On Wednesday, June 12th host Karma Chavez talked with Jody LePage co-author of “Sister: An African American Life in Search of Justice”. Jody LePage discussed how she built her relationship with Sylvia Bell White through the Farmer’s Market in Madison, and how that friendship blossomed into the coauthored novel of Sylvia’s story. Audio testimony of Sylvia Bell White revealed some parts of this story, including how her brother was killed in a racially-motivated murder.
On Tuesday, June 11th sub host Norm Stockwell interviewed Andrew Nikiforuk about his book “The Energy of Slaves”. This radical evaluation discusses how our need for energy has simply transferred from slavery to a dependence on coal and oil.
On Monday, June 10th host John Quinlan talked with Christine Walley about her book “Exit Zero: Family and Class in Postindustrial Chicago.” This book centers around inter-generational stories of families, including Walley’s own family, who were affected by the closing of steel mills in Chicago.
On Friday, June 7th, A Public Affair host Esty Dinur interviewed Andy Lee Roth, Associate Director of Project Censored. They discussed the founding of Project Censored, how Project Censored covers news that corporate media doesn’t, and some of the top censored stories from 2013.
On Thursday, June 6th, sub host Bob McChesney interviewed Ralph Nader about his new book, “Told You So: The Big Book of Weekly Columns”.
On Wednesday, June 5th, host Karma Chavez talked with Christine Neumann-Ortiz of Voces de la Frontera about labor, immigration issues, and the 1-year anniversary of the Palermo’s worker strike.