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Trans* listener mail, selfie-shaming, and three prison-breaks in the Middle East.
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Reza Aslan's appearance on Fox News goes viral, as do Don Lemon's remarks on race, and a response to Questlove.
Ayala Gazit is an Israeli photographer based in Brooklyn. In her work she combines family photographs, old documents and her own…
Your daily news roundup courtesy of BTR.
It's Radio Dispatch Live! Melissa Gira Grant and Michelle Chen join us to discuss civil rights, labor issues, and the cultural…
Man versus Ball follows Hart’s adventures around the country as he undertakes new missions, often with unexpected results. He…
Attorney General Holder promises no death penalty for Snowden + second Pussy Riot member denied parole
US deportations of Mexican minors no the rise + an ominous new study regarding the future cost of brain disorders
Sixty men are being indefinitely detained by the US at Bagram prison, an update on yesterday's discussion of being trans* in the…
Citi Bike program accidentally leaks member information + bribery exposed in China's public hospitals
Trans* exclusionary feminism, indefinite detention at Bagram prison in Afghanistan, and listeners fix each other's lives.
Poll captures public opinion on Zimmerman verdict + Justice Department sues Florida over treatment of disabled children.
David Crab, Gilli Nissim, Melanie Hamlett, and Adam Wade tell their "Fathers" stories, with David Martin as your host.
Obama's statement on Trayvon Martin and the state of race in the United States, and we finally get to MHP's letter to Edward…
This week on the show is artist Mary Mattingly. Mary's work combines photography, sculpture, architecture and ecology to bring us…
New report on civilian death toll from US drone strikes + Facebook won't help U.N fight pirates
Rolling Stone's amazing profile of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and the irresponsible calls to boycott the magazine. Also, a ton of listener…
Tangled Up in New York: Shakedown on the Streets is the inspirational, hilarious, and strange saga of a forty-eight year-old…
The latest on North Carolina voter ID + the California state prison hunger strike
Rick Perry signs abortion restrictions into law + inmate art at Pelican Bay State Prison
Black youth in America aren't allowed to have a childhood, and Richard Cohen is just as racist now as he was in 1986. Also, the…
GOP admits using voter ID to help suppress votes + the latest on patent reform
Continuing thoughts on the George Zimmerman verdict, Rachel Jeantel and a juror speak to the media, and Richard Cohen writes a…
The LGBT community stands behind Trayvon Martin + gay rights activist killed in Cameroon
Mychal Denzel Smith joins us to discuss the not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial, and a re-cap of the Trayvon Martin…
Over the last few years photographer Lisa Elmaleh has been driving her homemade, portable darkroom through the American…
What's next for Zimmerman + unconstitutional execution in Georgia, USA
We spend the hour on Michelle Alexander's groundbreaking book The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness.…
A total of seven anthologies of The Best Plays from the Strawberry One-Act Festival, these anthologies are compiled by Artistic…
Walmart opposing living wage legislation in DC + Republicans take aim at food stamp program
Scary stats regarding student loan debt + U.S retailers offer subpar plan for improving Bangladeshi garment industry.
More on James Comey's confirmation hearing, gay is not the new black, and listener mail. And Molly explains Growing Pains to John,…
California inmates on hunger strike + North Carolina activists push back against abortion restrictions.
A hunger strike begins in Pelican Bay prison in California, reports surface of force sterilizations in California prisons, and…
Health websites possibly leaking personal data to third parties + Congress grapples with Egyptian aid package
A twitter dude tries to lecture Molly on appropriate feminist tactics, a great piece in Salon called What Men Want America…
Mark 2, Stanford Linear Accelerator, California This week on the show: photographer Stanley Greenberg. Stanley has made his…
California inmates undergo sterilizations without approval + insurers refuse to cover Kansas schools w/ armed staff.
Today, we spend the hour on listener mail, including some heavy personal stuff.
What makes things popular? If you said advertising, think again. People don’t listen to advertisements; they listen to their…
Abortion access in Ireland + changes in North Carolina election law
Marriage equality support at a record high + Missouri inmates allege forced fights to amuse guards.
Today we re-air our Radio Dispatch Live show featuring a discussion on Palestine, because really that's the best way to celebrate…
A look at the elderly prison population + Brazilians of African descent demand equality
Nima Shirazi joins us to discuss the recent election in Iran and how the Western media got it so wrong. Also, how do the laws of…
Mayor Bloomberg's faulty logic regarding stop and frisk.
Jessica Luther joins us to discuss the lead up to Wendy Davis' historic filibuster, and what to expect from Texas' next special…
Last month the Chicago Sun-Times laid off it's entire photo department. Their plan: to replace their 28 staff photographers --…
The implications of Vance v. Ball State University
It's Radio Dispatch live! Our guests are Center for Constitutional Rights attorney Sunita Patel and journalist Ryan Devereaux, and…