“We’re in a really exciting labor moment,” says sociologist Erin Hatton. “Coming out of the trauma of COVID, this may be the silver lining that carries us out of it. […]
Spying and Snitching as Forms of Activism
Today on the Tuesday 8:00 Buzz with Dr. Damita Brown, we’re checking-in with The Progressive on what’s in the new issue. Editor in Chief Bill Leuders joins us to discuss […]
Over 110 years of progressive ideas from The Progressive Magazine
For over 110 years, The Progressive Magazine has offered an outlet for independent writers who research or stumble on a human rights issue, write about it, and provide these writers […]
A Blueprint for Biden, compliments of The Progressive magazine
The February/March edition of The Progressive magazine draws from progressives from a variety of skill sets and backgrounds in order to lay out a progressive blueprint for President Biden’s next […]
The unofficial theme of the DNC: “He’s essentially a good ...
Earlier this month, The Progressive Magazine distributed a special collection about Wisconsin to the delegates of the Democratic National Convention. Today, editor Bill Lueders and publisher Norman Stockwell join us to […]
Resistance, Struggle, and Solidarity through Poetry with Martín Espad...
“As we live in times of hate, we need poems of love.” For today’s episode, Allen is joined in the studio by Matt Rothschild to enjoy a selection of poems […]