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We're back from vacation with stories of classwar and revolution from Paris. Also, coverage of the Guantanamo Bay hunger…
Time for our first Radio Dispatch book club. Today, we spend the hour discussing bell hooks' Feminism is for Everybody,…
Chris Faraone on the closing of the alt-weekly The Boston Phoenix, and the paper's amazing history. Also, the new form…
Over 1,000 attend Kimani Gray's wake on Friday, and activists hold a march in East Flatbush on Sunday. Also, tons of…
Alexis Goldstein joins us to explain the latest crimes of JP Morgan, how they get away with it, and what might stop…
It's the tenth anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq War, and little has changed in the overall media landscape. We…
Ryan Devereaux on the increasingly complicated case of Kimani Gray, the 16 year old who was shot and killed earlier this…
On the ground reports from the vigil for Kimani Gray that became known as the Brooklyn Protest. Also, we have like five…
MSNBC's Ned Resnikoff on unelected Emergency Managers in Michigan, and an ABC report about Steubenville by Elizabeth…
Diala Shamas, one of the authors of a new report on the effects of NYPD surveillance on Muslims, joins us to discuss her…
NYPD misconduct, including shooting a 16-year-old boy, handcuffing a woman to a hospital bed for 15 days,…
Celebrating International Women's Day, Rand Paul's 13 hour filibuster, and an NYPD deputy inspector says a rape wasn't a…
Hugo Chavez dies in Venezuela, bullying in its larger social context, and hunger strikes hit Guantanamo Bay.
An exchange between a independent journalist and an editor illustrates the state of freelance journalism, prosecutorial…
Nathan Fuller joins us to discuss the latest developments in the Bradley Manning case and what happens next, the NYPD…
It's our latest Radio Dispatch Live! We're joined by MSNBC producer Jamil Smith, comedian Keisha Zollar, and author Rich…
Academy Award nominee James Spione on his upcoming documentary Silenced, which examines the war on whistleblowers and…
Nancy Pelosli is ambivalent about telling the public about assassinating and disappearing citizens, a structural…
Filmmaker Brandon Harris on the racial problems of Django Unchained, debunking Obama's State of the Union, and catching…
Rolling Stone's Sabrina Rubin Erdely on rape in the military, and more discussion of the distinction between the words…
Ex-LAPD Chris Dorner is still on the loose, liberal hacks openly embrace an authoritarian mindset, and the split on the…
Yemen expert Gregory Johnsen on John Brennan's Senate confirmation hearing to be director of the CIA, and interviews…
Ramarley Graham's family files law suit against the NYPD, Michelle Alexander's op-ed on why cops get away with perjury,…
John is back from Guantanamo Bay, and boy does he have some stories to tell. We spend the hour unpacking a very strange…
John's second dispatch from Guantanamo, Gerardo Torres on immigration reform, and catching up on listener mail. Plus, it…
John's first dispatch from his current visit to Guantanamo, Nick Pinto on the Spectra pipeline in the West Village, and…
It's the second ever Radio Dispatch Live! Recorded live at LPR on January 23rd, John and Molly are joined by Alex…
PBS drools over drones but asks Michelle Rhee some tough questions, John Kiriakou gets more than two years in prison,…
Natasha Lennard on the US attorneys behind Aaron Swartz's prosecution, and how Aaron's case relates to Jeremy Hammond, a…
Three defense contractors you haven't heard of but should know about, Roe turns 40, and catching up on some listener…
Sarah Jaffe and Melissa Gira Grant join us for the hour to discuss how feminism relates to labor, the role of women in…
Trans writer Melissa Doom shares her thoughts on the Moore/Burchill situation, and we're joined by Gunner Scott,…
We spend the hour on recent transphobic comments and columns by two prominent UK writers, and we're joined by James…
Guantanamo has been around for 11 years, Obama's cabinet has almost no diversity, and the trillion dollar platinum coin,…
A federal judge deals a significant blow to the NYPD's awful stop and frisk policy, Manning is awarded a 112 day…
Ali Gharib on the Brennan and Hagel nominations, and the latest news out of Israel and Palestine. Also, rape culture,…
2012 was the year with the second most state level abortion restrictions, several new instances of extreme state secrecy…
NYPD says two people arrested in West Village apartment with weapons aren't terrorists, the Constitution has had a…
Civil rights attorney Chase Madar on school safety, the failures of the high impact model, and successful alternative…

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