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Join us each week for the latest takes and perspectives on current political issues. We bring commentaries from historical and contemporary sources into conversation, as well as discuss how you can get involved in the national discussion through grassroots action.

Latest Episodes

Episode 3: Sports, Protest, and Criminal Justice Reform

This week, the United States gets to watch as the New England Patriots take on the Philadelphia Eagles in Superbowl LII. But football (like all sports) involves more than a battle of strength: hear how Eagles Safety Malcolm Jenkins describes his commitment to fighting for justice, as well as about Tommie Smith and John Carlos' iconic salute during the 1968 Olympics. Then, join the fight for criminal justice reform with the ACLU.

5 MIN2018 JAN 28
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Episode 3: Sports, Protest, and Criminal Justice Reform

Episode 2: Corporate Tax Cuts, Interstate Competition, and Amazon

The interstate bidding war over Amazon's new headquarters may have effects on communities and regions other than the creation of new jobs. Robert Reich (Inequality Media)argues that the government should not provide tax cuts to corporations, while Brian Alexander (The Atlantic) posits that competition between cities economically injures the country. As citizens, we have the opportunity to write to our state legislators and potentially impact this debate.

6 MIN2018 JAN 18
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Episode 2: Corporate Tax Cuts, Interstate Competition, and Amazon

Episode 1: Consensus, the Civil Rights Movement, and DACA

The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. challenges our ideas of “consensus,” while national politicians continue the battle to protect the right to citizenship for immigrants. Cosecha works on a grassroots level to challenge politicians to set a new precedent.

5 MIN2018 JAN 17
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Episode 1: Consensus, the Civil Rights Movement, and DACA
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Latest Episodes

Episode 3: Sports, Protest, and Criminal Justice Reform

This week, the United States gets to watch as the New England Patriots take on the Philadelphia Eagles in Superbowl LII. But football (like all sports) involves more than a battle of strength: hear how Eagles Safety Malcolm Jenkins describes his commitment to fighting for justice, as well as about Tommie Smith and John Carlos' iconic salute during the 1968 Olympics. Then, join the fight for criminal justice reform with the ACLU.

5 MIN2018 JAN 28
Comments
Episode 3: Sports, Protest, and Criminal Justice Reform

Episode 2: Corporate Tax Cuts, Interstate Competition, and Amazon

The interstate bidding war over Amazon's new headquarters may have effects on communities and regions other than the creation of new jobs. Robert Reich (Inequality Media)argues that the government should not provide tax cuts to corporations, while Brian Alexander (The Atlantic) posits that competition between cities economically injures the country. As citizens, we have the opportunity to write to our state legislators and potentially impact this debate.

6 MIN2018 JAN 18
Comments
Episode 2: Corporate Tax Cuts, Interstate Competition, and Amazon

Episode 1: Consensus, the Civil Rights Movement, and DACA

The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. challenges our ideas of “consensus,” while national politicians continue the battle to protect the right to citizenship for immigrants. Cosecha works on a grassroots level to challenge politicians to set a new precedent.

5 MIN2018 JAN 17
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Episode 1: Consensus, the Civil Rights Movement, and DACA
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