title

Stockton to Malone

Unknown

1
Followers
0
Plays
Stockton to Malone
Stockton to Malone

Stockton to Malone

Unknown

1
Followers
0
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

Hosted by Micah Uetricht and RL Stephens, from Jacobin magazine.

Latest Episodes

Stockton to Malone #3: Making Sense of a Murder in Chicago

RL interviews Chantel Johnson, whose brother Richie was one of the hundreds of young black men murdered in gun violence in Chicago in recent years. She and RL discuss the ties between violence and austerity in the city, the feeling of "conspiracy" against Richie and other poor black men like him in her neighborhood, and how anger at inequality in the city has become part of her grieving process. Follow us on Twitter at @RLisDead and @micahuetricht.

54 MIN2017 MAY 9
Comments
Stockton to Malone #3: Making Sense of a Murder in Chicago

Stockton to Malone #2: White Privilege vs. Obama's Jordans

EEpisode 2 of Stockton to Malone. No interview here, just RL and Micah discussing RL's performance of the socialist equivalent of Kendrick Lamar's "Control" at the Young Democratic Socialists conference, Micah's years speaking with extreme vocal fry to atone for his white male privilege, that time Obama took the bowling alley out of the White House and replaced it with a basketball court, and RL's cousin who was in Kriss Kross. Follow us on Twitter at @RLisDead and @micahuetricht. Thanks to Tanner Howard for producing the show.

32 MIN2017 MAY 9
Comments
Stockton to Malone #2: White Privilege vs. Obama's Jordans

Episode 1: Nevertheless, She Persisted

Welcome to the first episode of Stockton to Malone, a podcast from Jacobin magazine. For the first episode, ahead of protests and counterprotests at Planned Parenthood clinics around the country and forthcoming attacks on abortion rights under President Donald Trump, hosts RL Stephens and Micah Uetricht interview Judy Wittner. Before Roe v. Wade in 1973, abortion was illegal throughout most of the country. In 1969, Wittner, who was involved in the feminist movement in Chicago, discovered she was pregnant and wanted an abortion. She sought out assistance from doctors around the Chicago area but was turned away. Eventually, she turned to an illegal feminist abortion service, the Jane Collective, and ended up receiving an abortion on her kitchen table in Evanston, Illinois. We sat down with Judy in that same kitchen to talk with her about that experience and the state of reproductive rights today.

43 MIN2017 FEB 11
Comments
Episode 1: Nevertheless, She Persisted
the END

Latest Episodes

Stockton to Malone #3: Making Sense of a Murder in Chicago

RL interviews Chantel Johnson, whose brother Richie was one of the hundreds of young black men murdered in gun violence in Chicago in recent years. She and RL discuss the ties between violence and austerity in the city, the feeling of "conspiracy" against Richie and other poor black men like him in her neighborhood, and how anger at inequality in the city has become part of her grieving process. Follow us on Twitter at @RLisDead and @micahuetricht.

54 MIN2017 MAY 9
Comments
Stockton to Malone #3: Making Sense of a Murder in Chicago

Stockton to Malone #2: White Privilege vs. Obama's Jordans

EEpisode 2 of Stockton to Malone. No interview here, just RL and Micah discussing RL's performance of the socialist equivalent of Kendrick Lamar's "Control" at the Young Democratic Socialists conference, Micah's years speaking with extreme vocal fry to atone for his white male privilege, that time Obama took the bowling alley out of the White House and replaced it with a basketball court, and RL's cousin who was in Kriss Kross. Follow us on Twitter at @RLisDead and @micahuetricht. Thanks to Tanner Howard for producing the show.

32 MIN2017 MAY 9
Comments
Stockton to Malone #2: White Privilege vs. Obama's Jordans

Episode 1: Nevertheless, She Persisted

Welcome to the first episode of Stockton to Malone, a podcast from Jacobin magazine. For the first episode, ahead of protests and counterprotests at Planned Parenthood clinics around the country and forthcoming attacks on abortion rights under President Donald Trump, hosts RL Stephens and Micah Uetricht interview Judy Wittner. Before Roe v. Wade in 1973, abortion was illegal throughout most of the country. In 1969, Wittner, who was involved in the feminist movement in Chicago, discovered she was pregnant and wanted an abortion. She sought out assistance from doctors around the Chicago area but was turned away. Eventually, she turned to an illegal feminist abortion service, the Jane Collective, and ended up receiving an abortion on her kitchen table in Evanston, Illinois. We sat down with Judy in that same kitchen to talk with her about that experience and the state of reproductive rights today.

43 MIN2017 FEB 11
Comments
Episode 1: Nevertheless, She Persisted
the END
hmly
himalayaプレミアムへようこそ聴き放題のオーディオブックをお楽しみください。