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Best Jacobin Magazine podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Jacobin Magazine podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Host Doug Henwood covers the worlds of economics and politics and their complex interactions, from the local to the global. Doug speaks with Elizabeth Wrigley-Field on race and mortality: years lost to police violence and how many white people would have to die of COVID-19 to equal a “normal” year of black death. (paper here, NYT article here). The…
 
Biden/Harris 2020, Harris(/Buttigieg??) 2024 — who could be unhappy about the political scenario we now find ourselves in?? Meagan and Micah talk about the Kamala Harris VP pick and how cool and good everything is right now. Branko Marcetic's long profile of Harris's career: https://www.jacobinmag.com/2017/08/kamala-harris-trump-obama-california-at…
 
This week, Ana Kasparian and new co-host Nando Vila talk about big data capitalism, discuss US imperial ambitions in Venezuela, speak with Abby Martin about Afghanistan and China, dunk on the ludicrous arguments for reopening schools, and more! Abby Martin is a journalist, filmmaker, and host of The Empire Files. Weekends on YouTube: https://www.yo…
 
Dan interviews Kelly Lytle Hernández on MIGRA! A History of the U.S. Border Patrol. Dan's 2017 interview with Lytle Hernández on City of Inmates: Conquest, Rebellion, and the Rise of Human Caging in Los Angeles, 1771-1965: thedigradio.com/podcast/a-history-of-human-caging-with-kelly-lytle-hernandez Support this podcast at Patreon.com/TheDig…
 
We speak to historian Matt Karp about his Catalyst article "The Mass Politics of Antislavery" and what the success of abolitionist politics in the 19th century has to teach radicals in the 21st. Matt is a new dad so this episode features some background baby sounds. Matt's article: https://catalyst-journal.com/vol3/no2/the-mass-politics-of-antislav…
 
Suzi talked to David Dayen, editor of the American Prospect, just days before Congress failed to negotiate a new package to replace the CARES Act, which came to an end July 31. That means the weekly $600 lifeline supplement ended, exposing tens of millions to hunger and eviction. The mostly secret negotiations were stuck by divisions within the Rep…
 
Micah and Meagan speak with sociologist Barry Eidlin, author of Labor and the Class Idea in the United States and Canada, and Jacobin contributing editor Chris Maisano on why the US doesn't have a labor party and why that matters. Barry's book: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/labor-and-the-class-idea-in-the-united-states-and-canada/356399CB439…
 
In this episode we discuss Chapter 15, "Demagogues and Martyrs." The period immediately after peace in 1815 saw both a rapid rise in militancy and intense repression, such that an increasingly agitated and radicalized population had no organizational capacity to express its militancy. This gave rise to personalized leadership around individual dema…
 
In this special tribute episode of Weekends, Ana is joined by Nando Vila and many friends and colleagues to remember Michael Brooks. Guests include: Bhaskar Sunkara, Matt Lech, David Griscom, Dustin Guastella, Joshua Kahn Russell, Ben Burgis, and our own super-producer Cale Brooks. Weekends on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxlNhP2f…
 
Every Saturday starting at 1 PM ET, Ana Kasparian and Michael Brooks have been broadcasting live from the Jacobin YouTube channel. This week features an interview with professor Vivek Chibber on the state and the left's road to power. Sadly and very unexpectedly, Michael passed away the Monday after recording this episode. --- Read more on our webs…
 
All of us at Jacobin are devastated and in deep shock about the untimely death of our collaborator, comrade, and friend Michael Brooks. Michael was truly a one-of-a-kind figure, warm and loving and smart and hilarious and completely irreplaceable. Jacobin's Meagan Day, Micah Uetricht, Luke Savage, and Ben Burgis talked about Michael's impact on the…
 
Suzi talks to Joel Jordan and Constance Penley who make the case against school reopening for K-12 and the Universities. Joel Jordan, retired LAUSD teacher and former UTLA strategist, is helping to coordinate a coalition of the largest teacher unions in California who are leading the fight by teachers, parents, and students against school reopening…
 
Dan talks to @loggins__ and @MuseWendi about why people are reading White Fragility and ten books about racism, capitalism, and Black radicalism that you should read instead. Check out Left POCket Project @LeftPOC Blacks In and Out of the Left by Michael C Dawson Dig interview with Michael Dawson Democracy Remixed by Cathy Cohen Dig interview with …
 
Things have been pretty bleak across the US lately, so Meagan Day and Micah Uetricht were eager to talk to a socialist who actually won something recently: Nikil Saval, a democratic socialist who recently won the Democratic Primary for a state senate seat in Pennsylvania's first district. A profile of Nikil: https://www.jacobinmag.com/2020/05/penns…
 
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