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People's History Podcast: "False Hope" (S1E6)

Columbia Point tenants face new management and a private police force. This is the final episode of the first season of People's History Podcast! "The Point: Rebellion and Resistance in Boston Public Housing" traces a social history of Boston from the urban rebellions of the 1960s, through busing in the 70s, into the Clinton era. We investigate these events from the lens of one community: Columbia Point, the largest public housing project in New England. Built on an isolated landfill site next to the Boston city dump, it was the site of major organizing, from welfare rights to a Free Breakfast for Children program. It was also the first public housing project to be sold off and redeveloped as private "mixed-income" development (and was a model for the federal policy "HOPE VI"). Support us on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/peopleshistorypod (https://www.patreon.com/peopleshistorypod)

62 MIN4 d ago
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People's History Podcast: "False Hope" (S1E6)

Behind the News: Sofia Japaridze and Margaret Kimberley

Sofia Japaridze (https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/odr/investor-standoff-georgia-brings-workers-us-congressmen-conflict/) on Congressionally protected wage theft in the libertarian paradise of post-Soviet Georgia. Then, Margaret Kimberley (https://twitter.com/freedomrideblog?lang=en), author of Prejudential (http://steerforth.com/titles/prejudential/written+by-margaret+kimberley), on the long, oppressive relationship of presidents to black people.

51 MIN1 w ago
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Behind the News: Sofia Japaridze and Margaret Kimberley

The Dig: Hong Kong with Au Loong Yu

The protests have subsided but coronavirus has only created a deeper crisis for government legitimacy. Dan interviews long-time Hong Kong activist and writer Au Loong Yu. Please support this podcast at Patreon.com/TheDig (Patreon.com/TheDig)

128 MIN1 w ago
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The Dig: Hong Kong with Au Loong Yu

Behind the News: Mass Incarceration; US–China Trade War

John Clegg, co-author of this article (https://catalyst-journal.com/vol3/no3/the-economic-origins-of-mass-incarceration), on the economic roots of mass incarceration. Then, Tobita Chow (https://twitter.com/tobitac) and Jake Werner (https://twitter.com/jwdwerner), authors of this paper (http://www.rosalux-nyc.org/the-us-china-trade-war/), on the US–China trade war

52 MIN2 w ago
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Behind the News: Mass Incarceration; US–China Trade War

The Dig: This Life with Martin Hägglund

Dan interviews philosopher Martin Hägglund on how the way we conceive of our finite lives here on earth shapes our critique of capitalism and construction of socialism. Please support this podcast with your money at Patreon.com/TheDig (Patreon.com/TheDig)

116 MIN2 w ago
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The Dig: This Life with Martin Hägglund

The Vast Majority: Socialism in Chicago with Rossana Rodriguez

Six members of the Chicago Democratic Socialists of America won election to the Chicago city council last year. One of them is Rossana Rodriguez, elected as alderwoman of the 33rd ward on Chicago's Northwest Side. If you want the full backstory of Rossana's life, you can listen to the episode of The Dig that I guest hosted back in 2018:https://blubrry.com/jacobin/38881826/the-dig-rossana-rodrguez-sanchez-a-socialist-for-chicago/ We talked about what her eight months in office have been like, why she's supporting Bernie Sanders for president, and the continued battering of her native Puerto Rico by both weather and climate change and austerity. The Hurricane Maria relief fund that she mentions in the interview can be found here:https://www.mariafund.org/

40 MIN2 w ago
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The Vast Majority: Socialism in Chicago with Rossana Rodriguez

Behind the News: Human Rights Politics; Alexandra Kollontai

Jessica Whyte (https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/our-people/jessica-whyte), author of The Morals of the Market (https://www.versobooks.com/books/3087-the-morals-of-the-market), on the relations between neoliberalism and human rights politics. Then, Michele Masucci (https://www.konstfack.se/sv/Aktuellt/Kalender/2018/Red-Love/) and Joanna Warsza (http://creativetime.org/summit/author/joanna-warsza/), editors of Red Love (https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/red-love), on Alexandra Kollontai and her views on love, comradeship, and the family.

51 MIN2 w ago
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Behind the News: Human Rights Politics; Alexandra Kollontai

The Dig: Daniel Denvir interviewed by Astra Taylor

Daniel Denvir shamelessly interviewed on his own podcast by Astra Taylor about All-American Nativism. Upcoming events: 1/24 All-American Nativism Brooklyn book launch with Aziz Rana facebook.com/events/606979320053356/ (facebook.com/events/606979320053356/) 1/27 Race for Profit: A Conversation with Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor [Live Dig interview in Providence] facebook.com/events/1416403061860397/ (facebook.com/events/1416403061860397/) 1/28 Rhode Island Students for Bernie Kickoff Rally with Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor and Linda Sarsour facebook.com/events/618607768707911/ (facebook.com/events/618607768707911/) Book tour (more to be announced soon!): 1/31 Providence facebook.com/events/2432419893664520/ (facebook.com/events/2432419893664520/) 2/24 Philly facebook.com/events/462775997752533/ (facebook.com/events/462775997752533/) 2/26 DC at solidstatebooksdc.com (solidstatebooksdc.com) 2/28 Baltimore facebook.com/events/509390186368309/ (facebook.com/events/509390186368309/) 3/4 Boston at t...

114 MIN3 w ago
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The Dig: Daniel Denvir interviewed by Astra Taylor

The Vast Majority: If You Want to Defeat Trump, Bernie Is Your Candidate with Meagan Day

Bernie Sanders is not just the candidate with the strongest left platform as well as the only candidate with a vision of social and political change coming from the bottom-up rather than the top down. He is also the most electable candidate. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Meagan Day is a staff writer at Jacobin. She's the coauthor, with Matt Karp, of "Bernie Is the Candidate Who Can Beat Trump. Here’s Why" in Jacobin, which you can read here:https://jacobinmag.com/2019/12/bernie-sanders-vs-donald-trump Preorder our forthcoming book from evil Amazon here:https://www.amazon.com/Winning-Political-Revolution-Democratic-Socialism/dp/1788738381

46 MIN3 w ago
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The Vast Majority: If You Want to Defeat Trump, Bernie Is Your Candidate with Meagan Day

People's History Podcast: "Carson Beach" (S1E5)

In the turmoil of busing, Betty Ann Jones advocates armed defense. Betty Washington and Dorothy Haskins lead a "wade-in" to protest segregation. This is the penultimate episode of the first season of People's History Podcast! "The Point: Rebellion and Resistance in Boston Public Housing" traces a social history of Boston from the urban rebellions of the 1960s, through busing in the 70s, into the Clinton era. We investigate these events from the lens of one community: Columbia Point, the largest public housing project in New England. Built on an isolated landfill site next to the Boston city dump, it was the site of major organizing, from welfare rights to a Free Breakfast for Children program. It was also the first public housing project to be sold off and redeveloped as private "mixed-income" development (and was a model for the federal policy "HOPE VI"). Support us on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/peopleshistorypod (https://www.patreon.com/peopleshistorypod)

69 MINJAN 19
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People's History Podcast: "Carson Beach" (S1E5)

Latest Episodes

People's History Podcast: "False Hope" (S1E6)

Columbia Point tenants face new management and a private police force. This is the final episode of the first season of People's History Podcast! "The Point: Rebellion and Resistance in Boston Public Housing" traces a social history of Boston from the urban rebellions of the 1960s, through busing in the 70s, into the Clinton era. We investigate these events from the lens of one community: Columbia Point, the largest public housing project in New England. Built on an isolated landfill site next to the Boston city dump, it was the site of major organizing, from welfare rights to a Free Breakfast for Children program. It was also the first public housing project to be sold off and redeveloped as private "mixed-income" development (and was a model for the federal policy "HOPE VI"). Support us on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/peopleshistorypod (https://www.patreon.com/peopleshistorypod)

62 MIN4 d ago
Comments
People's History Podcast: "False Hope" (S1E6)

Behind the News: Sofia Japaridze and Margaret Kimberley

Sofia Japaridze (https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/odr/investor-standoff-georgia-brings-workers-us-congressmen-conflict/) on Congressionally protected wage theft in the libertarian paradise of post-Soviet Georgia. Then, Margaret Kimberley (https://twitter.com/freedomrideblog?lang=en), author of Prejudential (http://steerforth.com/titles/prejudential/written+by-margaret+kimberley), on the long, oppressive relationship of presidents to black people.

51 MIN1 w ago
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Behind the News: Sofia Japaridze and Margaret Kimberley

The Dig: Hong Kong with Au Loong Yu

The protests have subsided but coronavirus has only created a deeper crisis for government legitimacy. Dan interviews long-time Hong Kong activist and writer Au Loong Yu. Please support this podcast at Patreon.com/TheDig (Patreon.com/TheDig)

128 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Dig: Hong Kong with Au Loong Yu

Behind the News: Mass Incarceration; US–China Trade War

John Clegg, co-author of this article (https://catalyst-journal.com/vol3/no3/the-economic-origins-of-mass-incarceration), on the economic roots of mass incarceration. Then, Tobita Chow (https://twitter.com/tobitac) and Jake Werner (https://twitter.com/jwdwerner), authors of this paper (http://www.rosalux-nyc.org/the-us-china-trade-war/), on the US–China trade war

52 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Behind the News: Mass Incarceration; US–China Trade War

The Dig: This Life with Martin Hägglund

Dan interviews philosopher Martin Hägglund on how the way we conceive of our finite lives here on earth shapes our critique of capitalism and construction of socialism. Please support this podcast with your money at Patreon.com/TheDig (Patreon.com/TheDig)

116 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Dig: This Life with Martin Hägglund

The Vast Majority: Socialism in Chicago with Rossana Rodriguez

Six members of the Chicago Democratic Socialists of America won election to the Chicago city council last year. One of them is Rossana Rodriguez, elected as alderwoman of the 33rd ward on Chicago's Northwest Side. If you want the full backstory of Rossana's life, you can listen to the episode of The Dig that I guest hosted back in 2018:https://blubrry.com/jacobin/38881826/the-dig-rossana-rodrguez-sanchez-a-socialist-for-chicago/ We talked about what her eight months in office have been like, why she's supporting Bernie Sanders for president, and the continued battering of her native Puerto Rico by both weather and climate change and austerity. The Hurricane Maria relief fund that she mentions in the interview can be found here:https://www.mariafund.org/

40 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Vast Majority: Socialism in Chicago with Rossana Rodriguez

Behind the News: Human Rights Politics; Alexandra Kollontai

Jessica Whyte (https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/our-people/jessica-whyte), author of The Morals of the Market (https://www.versobooks.com/books/3087-the-morals-of-the-market), on the relations between neoliberalism and human rights politics. Then, Michele Masucci (https://www.konstfack.se/sv/Aktuellt/Kalender/2018/Red-Love/) and Joanna Warsza (http://creativetime.org/summit/author/joanna-warsza/), editors of Red Love (https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/red-love), on Alexandra Kollontai and her views on love, comradeship, and the family.

51 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Behind the News: Human Rights Politics; Alexandra Kollontai

The Dig: Daniel Denvir interviewed by Astra Taylor

Daniel Denvir shamelessly interviewed on his own podcast by Astra Taylor about All-American Nativism. Upcoming events: 1/24 All-American Nativism Brooklyn book launch with Aziz Rana facebook.com/events/606979320053356/ (facebook.com/events/606979320053356/) 1/27 Race for Profit: A Conversation with Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor [Live Dig interview in Providence] facebook.com/events/1416403061860397/ (facebook.com/events/1416403061860397/) 1/28 Rhode Island Students for Bernie Kickoff Rally with Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor and Linda Sarsour facebook.com/events/618607768707911/ (facebook.com/events/618607768707911/) Book tour (more to be announced soon!): 1/31 Providence facebook.com/events/2432419893664520/ (facebook.com/events/2432419893664520/) 2/24 Philly facebook.com/events/462775997752533/ (facebook.com/events/462775997752533/) 2/26 DC at solidstatebooksdc.com (solidstatebooksdc.com) 2/28 Baltimore facebook.com/events/509390186368309/ (facebook.com/events/509390186368309/) 3/4 Boston at t...

114 MIN3 w ago
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The Dig: Daniel Denvir interviewed by Astra Taylor

The Vast Majority: If You Want to Defeat Trump, Bernie Is Your Candidate with Meagan Day

Bernie Sanders is not just the candidate with the strongest left platform as well as the only candidate with a vision of social and political change coming from the bottom-up rather than the top down. He is also the most electable candidate. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Meagan Day is a staff writer at Jacobin. She's the coauthor, with Matt Karp, of "Bernie Is the Candidate Who Can Beat Trump. Here’s Why" in Jacobin, which you can read here:https://jacobinmag.com/2019/12/bernie-sanders-vs-donald-trump Preorder our forthcoming book from evil Amazon here:https://www.amazon.com/Winning-Political-Revolution-Democratic-Socialism/dp/1788738381

46 MIN3 w ago
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The Vast Majority: If You Want to Defeat Trump, Bernie Is Your Candidate with Meagan Day

People's History Podcast: "Carson Beach" (S1E5)

In the turmoil of busing, Betty Ann Jones advocates armed defense. Betty Washington and Dorothy Haskins lead a "wade-in" to protest segregation. This is the penultimate episode of the first season of People's History Podcast! "The Point: Rebellion and Resistance in Boston Public Housing" traces a social history of Boston from the urban rebellions of the 1960s, through busing in the 70s, into the Clinton era. We investigate these events from the lens of one community: Columbia Point, the largest public housing project in New England. Built on an isolated landfill site next to the Boston city dump, it was the site of major organizing, from welfare rights to a Free Breakfast for Children program. It was also the first public housing project to be sold off and redeveloped as private "mixed-income" development (and was a model for the federal policy "HOPE VI"). Support us on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/peopleshistorypod (https://www.patreon.com/peopleshistorypod)

69 MINJAN 19
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