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Pink Elephants is a podcast on politics, culture, history, and more. For more information, please visit 100proofpink.blogspot.com

Latest Episodes

Public Service Announcement

I’m heading back to the drawing board for a little while. Here’s what you need to know.

2 MIN2018 SEP 23
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Public Service Announcement

Noah Bullock: The Displacement Continuum

America’s refugee crisis continues to dominate the news cycle, but while much is known about what’s happening to refugees from Central America once they arrive here, what isn’t as clear are the multitude of factors that are causing them to flee their homes in the first place.

43 MIN2018 SEP 15
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Noah Bullock: The Displacement Continuum

The Rape Kit Backlog Must Be Eliminated

There are few things more emblematic of the blind eye America turns towards sexual violence than the epidemic of untested rape kits currently found in the criminal justice system. Estimates range somewhere in the hundreds of thousands; far more than can ever easily be accounted for. And in America’s halls of justice, the silence is deafening.

53 MIN2018 AUG 31
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The Rape Kit Backlog Must Be Eliminated

Steve Zeltzer: Labor, Then And Now

Steve Zeltzer is a freelance journalist and the host of WorkWeek on KPFA Radio in Pacifica, California, and has been covering Bay Area labor politics for over thirty years. He sat down with me this week to talk about how labor politics on both the local and national stage have shifted dramatically over the years, and why.

34 MIN2018 AUG 18
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Steve Zeltzer: Labor, Then And Now

FutureProof: Conversations on the Future of Mobility in San Jose

The future of urban development is one of the most complex and multi-faceted issues of our time. At the nexus of concerns around urban development is FutureProof, a monthly event hosted at the Local Color artist’s collective in Downtown San Jose. Each month’s event features casual conversations with a variety of civic engineers, both from the public and private sector. Pink Elephants was on the scene at the most recent event, and we’re proud to share FutureProof with you.

28 MIN2018 AUG 2
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FutureProof: Conversations on the Future of Mobility in San Jose

LaborFest! Workers Rights, Workers Lives: Organizing in Silicon Valley

This month marks the 84th anniversary of the San Francisco General Strike, a landmark moment in Bay Area labor history, and the 25th anniversary of LaborFest, a month-long celebration in honor of the general strike. As part of the event, the Service Employees International Union hall recently hosted “Workers Rights, Workers Lives: Organizing in Silicon Valley,” an all-day forum focusing on the ravages of the subcontracted labor market and what labor organizations are doing to fight back.

63 MIN2018 JUL 18
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LaborFest! Workers Rights, Workers Lives: Organizing in Silicon Valley

The Atomic Sword Of Damocles

In the years after Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the United States realized the awesome, life-altering potential of the weapons in its possession and said to the world, “never again.” In yet another moment of shattering national peril, can we repeat those words today?

38 MIN2018 JUL 5
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The Atomic Sword Of Damocles

Ron Soodalter: The Battle Of Blair Mountain

Coal country is the center of some of the most violent battles of America’s labor movement, including the Battle Of Blair Mountain, West Virginia, America’s largest armed uprising outside of the Civil War, and one of the bloodiest battles in our nation’s history. Ron Soodalter is a freelance journalist, historian, and an authority on the Battle Of Blair Mountain both past and present. He sat down with me recently to discuss why the history of this famous battle matters so much today.

31 MIN2018 JUN 23
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Ron Soodalter: The Battle Of Blair Mountain

All Hail The Donut King

There are few pastries more quintessentially American than the donut. And there’s one man more responsible than any other for elevating the donut from its humble origins to the celebrity status it enjoys today: Ted Ngoy, a Cambodian refugee who forged an empire of independent donut shops to rival that of major chains like Winchell’s and Dunkin. I recently had the privilege to speak with Ted about his life and work, and the entrepreneurial legacy he left behind. He’s got one incredible story to tel

28 MIN2018 JUN 8
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All Hail The Donut King

Sean Dickerson & The 100 Black Men Of Silicon Valley

Sean Dickerson is the president of the Silicon Valley chapter of 100 Black Men Of America, an organization dedicated to developing today’s black youth into tomorrow’s leaders. He joined me recently to talk about how the organization aspires to help young people see themselves as something greater than a sum of society’s failed expectations.

27 MIN2018 MAY 22
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Sean Dickerson & The 100 Black Men Of Silicon Valley

Latest Episodes

Public Service Announcement

I’m heading back to the drawing board for a little while. Here’s what you need to know.

2 MIN2018 SEP 23
Comments
Public Service Announcement

Noah Bullock: The Displacement Continuum

America’s refugee crisis continues to dominate the news cycle, but while much is known about what’s happening to refugees from Central America once they arrive here, what isn’t as clear are the multitude of factors that are causing them to flee their homes in the first place.

43 MIN2018 SEP 15
Comments
Noah Bullock: The Displacement Continuum

The Rape Kit Backlog Must Be Eliminated

There are few things more emblematic of the blind eye America turns towards sexual violence than the epidemic of untested rape kits currently found in the criminal justice system. Estimates range somewhere in the hundreds of thousands; far more than can ever easily be accounted for. And in America’s halls of justice, the silence is deafening.

53 MIN2018 AUG 31
Comments
The Rape Kit Backlog Must Be Eliminated

Steve Zeltzer: Labor, Then And Now

Steve Zeltzer is a freelance journalist and the host of WorkWeek on KPFA Radio in Pacifica, California, and has been covering Bay Area labor politics for over thirty years. He sat down with me this week to talk about how labor politics on both the local and national stage have shifted dramatically over the years, and why.

34 MIN2018 AUG 18
Comments
Steve Zeltzer: Labor, Then And Now

FutureProof: Conversations on the Future of Mobility in San Jose

The future of urban development is one of the most complex and multi-faceted issues of our time. At the nexus of concerns around urban development is FutureProof, a monthly event hosted at the Local Color artist’s collective in Downtown San Jose. Each month’s event features casual conversations with a variety of civic engineers, both from the public and private sector. Pink Elephants was on the scene at the most recent event, and we’re proud to share FutureProof with you.

28 MIN2018 AUG 2
Comments
FutureProof: Conversations on the Future of Mobility in San Jose

LaborFest! Workers Rights, Workers Lives: Organizing in Silicon Valley

This month marks the 84th anniversary of the San Francisco General Strike, a landmark moment in Bay Area labor history, and the 25th anniversary of LaborFest, a month-long celebration in honor of the general strike. As part of the event, the Service Employees International Union hall recently hosted “Workers Rights, Workers Lives: Organizing in Silicon Valley,” an all-day forum focusing on the ravages of the subcontracted labor market and what labor organizations are doing to fight back.

63 MIN2018 JUL 18
Comments
LaborFest! Workers Rights, Workers Lives: Organizing in Silicon Valley

The Atomic Sword Of Damocles

In the years after Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the United States realized the awesome, life-altering potential of the weapons in its possession and said to the world, “never again.” In yet another moment of shattering national peril, can we repeat those words today?

38 MIN2018 JUL 5
Comments
The Atomic Sword Of Damocles

Ron Soodalter: The Battle Of Blair Mountain

Coal country is the center of some of the most violent battles of America’s labor movement, including the Battle Of Blair Mountain, West Virginia, America’s largest armed uprising outside of the Civil War, and one of the bloodiest battles in our nation’s history. Ron Soodalter is a freelance journalist, historian, and an authority on the Battle Of Blair Mountain both past and present. He sat down with me recently to discuss why the history of this famous battle matters so much today.

31 MIN2018 JUN 23
Comments
Ron Soodalter: The Battle Of Blair Mountain

All Hail The Donut King

There are few pastries more quintessentially American than the donut. And there’s one man more responsible than any other for elevating the donut from its humble origins to the celebrity status it enjoys today: Ted Ngoy, a Cambodian refugee who forged an empire of independent donut shops to rival that of major chains like Winchell’s and Dunkin. I recently had the privilege to speak with Ted about his life and work, and the entrepreneurial legacy he left behind. He’s got one incredible story to tel

28 MIN2018 JUN 8
Comments
All Hail The Donut King

Sean Dickerson & The 100 Black Men Of Silicon Valley

Sean Dickerson is the president of the Silicon Valley chapter of 100 Black Men Of America, an organization dedicated to developing today’s black youth into tomorrow’s leaders. He joined me recently to talk about how the organization aspires to help young people see themselves as something greater than a sum of society’s failed expectations.

27 MIN2018 MAY 22
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Sean Dickerson & The 100 Black Men Of Silicon Valley
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