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People United - March 26, 2010

People United features former Black Panther Ashanti Alston on his political trajectory, particularly his embrace of anarchist principles for building grassroots movements.

People United - March 19, 2010

People United features Philip Gourevitch, staff writer for The New Yorker and also the editor of The Paris Review, on his book

People United - March 12, 2010

People United hears from former International Solidarity Movement activist Joe Carr, about the life and death of his friend Rachel Corrie (April 1

People United - March 5, 2010

People United examines the current "Dignity, Not Detention!" campaign, the latest organized effort against detaining immigrants in the United States, featuring Silky Shah of Detention Watch Network, Bob Libal of

People United - February 26, 2010

People United welcomes back Jim Rigby, the pastor at St Andrew's Presbyterian Church here in Austin, for a live conversation about his life and work. Episode concludes with a commentary by Mumia Abu-Jamal ("Corporate Supremacy Still").

People United - February 19, 2010

People United features Richard Becker on his book Palestine, Israel and the US Empire, a historical overview of the Middle East from the late nineteenth century to

People United - February 12, 2010

People United features the late historian Howard Zinn (August 24, 1922-January 27, 2010), delivering his keynote address on February 17, 2006, at the University of Texas at Austin as part of the conference "Emp

People United - January 29, 2010

People United features Margaret Killjoy on his book Mythmakers & Lawbreakers: Anarchist Writers on Fiction, a collection that includes both interviews and his own writing on the subject.

People United - January 22, 2010

People United welcomes back director/playwright/singer-songwriter/teacher Erin Byrne and her students from TheatriKids, who this time include Luke Jandrain, Julia Hillin, Mickey May, Matthew May, and Kristyn May.

People United - January 15, 2010

People United has geographer Jenna Loyd exploring the connections between militarization, mass incarceration, and migration policies. Episode concludes with a commentary by Mumia Abu-Jamal ("More Bad Intel").

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