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What's happened to our privacy and to our civil liberties over the past twelve months? To what degree are our Fourth Amendment and other rights under attack? Natasha Minsker identifies and evaluates a range of developments in the areas of domestic surveillance, marriage, immigration, reproductive justice, and criminal sentencing.
Maybe you think the push for racial reparations is mainly, or solely, about money. What if it weren't? What if the demands of reparations advocates were taken seriously, in all their variety and complexity? Charles Henry recounts several key reparations struggles and suggests ways of achieving reparative justice.
Which thinkers and what ideas influenced Richard Wolff's development as a radical economist, teacher, and author? Wolff found the writings of the Italian theorist Antonio Gramsci compelling; Joseph Buttigieg is one of the leading scholars of Gramsci in the US.
For nearly six decades, writers from near and far have come to read their work and, in many cases, expound on social issues at events sponsored by the Poetry Center at San Francisco State University. Steve Dickison, the center's director, selected for this program audio highlights of James Baldwin, Robert Duncan, Jessica Hagedorn, Langston Hughes, Audre Lorde, Margaret Randall, and Tomas Tranströmer. Dickison also provides commentary and analysis.