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Laura Flanders Show

Making Data Shift Power: Bex Hong Hurwitz and Rashida Richardson

Self-driving cars, biased algorithms, and a social media quiz that scrapes your data — it seems like the only tech headlines we have are about disasters. But what about the original promise of tech to innovate and empower? This week, Bex Hong Hurwitz, a Data & Society fellow and Rashida Richardson of the AI Now Institute, join the show to discuss the subversive and democratic potential of technology, and how we harness it. Then, we talk to Kayleigh Walsh from the UK-based tech cooperative Outlandish, which is a model that centers on empowerment and sustainability. All that, plus a primer on how to secure your digital networks.

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Monopoly Capitalism: At The Breaking Point?

Economist Michael Hudson discusses infrastructure spending.
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Special Report: Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party's Radical Rise

This week on the "Laura Flanders Show" we talk about what's happening in the U.K., where one of the two main parties is picking up many of the radical demands coming out of movement groups seeking to transform the economy and society.
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All Families Belong Together: Immigration and Incarceration

This week, the Laura Flanders Show discusses how families are torn apart at the border and through our prison system.
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25:23
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Bodies, Borders, Resistance, Rebirth: Arundhati Roy

Bodies, borders, resistance and rebirth.
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Laura Flanders Show

Building the Democratic Economy, from Preston to Cleveland​

The formerly industrial city of Preston, Lancashire, England is experimenting with a new model of community wealth building that has inspired Cleveland, another formerly industrial city across the pond.
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A Public Bank for Public Good

This week "The Laura Flanders Show" explores whether a public bank is possible and how this type of institution help worker co-ops, students, entrepreneurs.
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25:23
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Outsider Power Shifts Insider Politics: Working Families Party's Maurice Mitchell

The new National Director of the Working Families Party joins Laura to discuss the party's vision and how the organization is tackling this midterm election year.
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Should Activists Run for Congress? - Pramila Jayapal and Dominique Stevenson

Rep. Pramila Jayapal and Baltimore activist Dominique Stevenson discuss activism, political involvement and why leaders should consider running for office.
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26:45
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Communities Over Commodities: How to Get There?

Monique George of Picture the Homeless and Gianpaolo Baiocchi from NYU's Urban Democracy Lab argue that a truly just housing policy requires a shift in power.
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26:35
Laura Flanders Show

Hujar, Wojnarowicz: Art, AIDS & Challenge of Retrospection

1980’s Art – turbulent and provocative – arose out of the AIDS epidemic. Two major art exhibits on view in New York City – one universally-acclaimed a must-see, the other overwhelmingly-anticipated:Peter Hujar: Speed of Life (Morgan, through May 20) and David Wojnarowicz: History Keeps Me Awake at Night (Whitney, July 13 – Sept 30). The artists’ lives were singular and intertwined: personal and political, formal and furious, playful and profane. What does this Art and the lives of these masterful artists have to do with the art and activism of today? The Hujar retrospective ends before the Wojnarowicz retrospective arrives. Laura Flanders and her guests bring the exhibits together in a frank and probing discussion: David Kiehl of the Whitney, Joel Smith of the Morgan, Pamela Sneed, educator, poet, performer, author, artist.
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