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People United talks with US policy analyst Antonia Juhasz, Nigerian women's rights activist Emem Okon, and Austin peace activist Heidi Turpin
People United features Kambale Musavuli of Friends of the Congo on empire, natural resources, and human rights in this African country.
People United has a live conversation about religion and politics after George W.
People United has a live interview with Texas Observer reporter Forrest Wilder and videographer Matthew Gossage
People United features activist Bill Fletcher, Jr., taking questions from Third Coast Activist Resource Center co-founder
People United talks with Charles Bierley of Amnesty International USA Group 500, Roberto Flotte and Rosario Martínez of MEChA de Tejaztlan, Matt Simpson of the Am
People United talks about Haiti with Ansel Herz, a former host of the KVRX program On the Fringe and now a correspondent for
People United talks with Heather Busby, the president of the Lilith Fund, and Blake Rocap, a board member of
People United talks with Narissa Johnson of Travis County's SafePlace, Joe Carr of Williamson County's
People United features anthropologist Adrienne Pine, author of the 2008 book Working Hard, Drinking Hard: On Violence and Survival in Honduras, on grassroots opposition to the Honduran government since