Fred Hampton Jr. On How Co-opting Movements Is a Tactic

From "Radical While Black (Remembering Fred)"

Dec 8th, 2018.

Dorothy Holmes Fighting for Justice Against Rahm Emmanuel

From "Radical While Black (Remembering Fred)"

Dec 8th, 2018.

Dorothy Holmes' son Ronald Johnson was shot by Chicago police on Oct. 12th, 2014. In this clip she talks about her pursuit of justice for her son, and how the powers that be in Chicago have tried to discourage her efforts.

What Does "Progressive" Mean in Chicago Politics?

From "Radical While Black (Remembering Fred)"

Dec 8th, 2018.

Ricardo Says No One Wants to Have Sex with Mike Pence

From "Radical While Black (Remembering Fred)"

Dec 8th, 2018.

The Panel discusses Eddie Johnson's police record

From "Indigenous Food Justice," Nov 24th, 2018.

Lanialoha Lee breaks down the Aloha Poke controversy

From "Indigenous Food Justice," Nov 24th, 2018.

Chef Brian Yazzie on feeding Standing Rock

From "Indigenous Food Justice," Nov 24th, 2018.

Isaac Brosilow on Rising Anti-Semitism in the U.S.

From ""Environmental Revolution & the Momme Fatales of South Chicago."

Ricardo on the Midterm Erection Results

From "Environmental Revolution & the Momme Fatales of South Chicago."

Ellen Mayer on Jewishness, Radical Movements, and Solidarity

From ""Environmental Revolution & the Momme Fatales of South Chicago."

The Gotchu Last Commentary on Death & Dying

From "The Politics of Death & Dying."

Janele McPherson on the Legacy of José Antonio Aponte

From "The Politics of Death & Dying."

Emmy Colon on Being a Death Doula, Secrets, and Ricardo's Funeral

From "The Politics of Death & Dying." Emmy Colon breaks down what her responsibilities entail as a death doula, including times she's had to deal with some scandalous requests. Ricardo also has an idea for his own funeral.

Ricardo on Media Coverage of the 'Migrant Caravan'

From "The Politics of Death & Dying."

The Panel on Whose Ass Should Fight Amazon

From "The Politics of Death & Dying."

Chi Nations Youth Council Breaks Down Gentrification

From "Decolonization and Indigenous Practice"

Frank Waln on Marrying Lakota and Trap

Artist and activist Frank Waln gives an example of decolonial practice in art.

From "Decolonization and Indigenous Practice"

Ricardo on National Coming Out Day

From "Decolonization and Indigenous Practice"

Charles Alexander Preston on the Van Dyke Verdict

From "Decolonization and Indigenous Practice"

Ricardo on Brett Kavanaugh

He means Brock Turner. ...Wait.

From "Gentrification is Not Inevitable".


Daniel Kay Hertz Says Gentrification Isn't New

From "Gentrification is Not Inevitable"

Defend Boyle Heights on Making Gentrifiers Uncomfortable

From "Gentrification is Not Inevitable"


Teatime Guest on Electoral Politics

Our Guest Chair was put to great use in our episode "Gentrification Is Not Inevitable," when a member of the audience came up to tell us how she really felt about our discussion of who we were backing in the Chicago mayoral race.


Miss Velvet on Trying to Teach CEOs

From "Sex Work: In Honor of Labor Day".

Miss Velvet is a dominatrix who schools her subs on Black feminist theory. Here she talks about trying to teach the CEOs who hire her.


The Panel Talks Loitering Laws and Mesh Rights

From "Sex Work: In Honor of Labor Day"

Karari and Richard on the Contradictions

From "Sex Work: In Honor of Labor Day"

Karari Olvera Orozco and Richard Wallace talk about being prison abolitionists, while still hoping Jason Van Dyke "goes to jail and burns in hell."

Ricardo Eulogizes John McCain

From "Sex Work: In Honor of Labor Day”

Jenny Casas on Chicago's Empty Lots

From "Innovation, Technology & Autonomy"

Chris Rudd Breaks Down Community-Centered Design

From "Innovation, Technology & Autonomy"

Chris Rudd breaks down community-centered design, and what it takes to be a part of liberation work.


Ricardo Explains why Rahm Emmanuel is an expert on shortages.

From "Innovation, Technology & Autonomy"

Dr. Haki Madhubuti on the Power of Ideas

From "Innovation, Technology & Autonomy"

Dr. Madhubuti describes his first day in the military as a young man.

A Sentinelese Thanksgiving

From "Indigenous Food Justice," Nov 24th, 2018.