Today Esty Dinur talks with Cindy Milstein, who will be giving a talk at Rainbow Books on Saturday, March 19, at 1 pm. Her new anthology, Taking Sides: Revolutionary Solidarity and the Poverty of Liberalism, provides “an ethical compass and militant map of the terrain, arguing not for reform of structurally brutal institutions but rather […]
Today Esty Dinur talks with McKay Coppins, political reporter for Buzzfeed and author of “The Wilderness.” Later she talks with Nathan Robinson, Doctoral Student in Sociology & Social Policy at Harvard and contributor to Current Affairs Magazine on the general election. Click here to donate or visit the station at 118 S Bedford St. to […]
Today Esty Dinur talks with presenter Kelly Hora of the upcoming Soup For Syria event, which will take place next Tuesday at Threshold. On the second half of the show she talks with Rabbi Michael Davis, who will speak at an upcoming talk on free speech challenges in the conversation on Israel/Palestine. The talk, “Does Free […]
What is the role of money in politics? How does it go beyond the banking system? How do Clinton and Sanders differ in their views towards the banking industry? Today Esty Dinur talks with Ellen Brown, founder of the Public Banking Institute, to discuss “dark money,” big banking, and how the presidential candidates differ in […]
What will space weaponization look like? What is a space weapon? Today Esty Dinur talks with Bruce Gagnon from the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space and Victoria Samson from Secure World Foundation to discuss the militarization and weaponization of space.
Turkey is off the radar for most Americans but should not be. Bordering Syria, Iraq and Iran, it is right in the midst of unrest in the Middle East. ISIS oil and Jihadis come through its borders–the oil transported to Malta by the Turkish President’s son. The country has renewed its attacks on Kurds, who […]