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Black and Queer Around the World

Systematic problems don't limit themselves to the U.S. Racism, occupation, and profiteering are global problems and the solutions as well. In our first interview. Cazembe Murphy Jackson, a transman and anti-racist socialist organizer from Atlanta, speaks to how the American South is typically erased from activist conversations — despite having the most practice in radical organizing under conservative administrations. Plus, a conversation between two women working on abolition, Johnae Strong (of BYP100) and Masera Maru (Rhodes Must Fall), and why the movement against anti-Blackness spans the world.

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Star Power for People Power: Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Saru Jarayaman, Eve Ensler

Before #TimesUp, there was a history of successful collaboration between grassroots activists and celebrities. Laura speaks with Eve Ensler, who will be returning to Broadway with a new play titled "The Body of the World," about why our bodies must be connected to our politics. Then, an interview with Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, of the hit show "Grace and Frankie," alongside Saru Jarayaman, president of Restaurant Opportunities Center United.

Laura Flanders Show

Laura Flanders Show

Laura Flanders Show

Laura Flanders Show