Program Episodes

Michael Zweig and his New Book Class Race & Gender; Challenging the Injuries and Divisions of Capitalism and Jenny Agee: Truck-Driving Woman

We’ll interview Michael Zweig whose new book Class Race & Gender; Challenging the Injuries and Divisions of Capitalism explains how our capitalist economy is the root of many of our urgent problems like inequality, war and racism. Then, we’ll replay our interview from December, 2022 with Jenny Agee, a pioneer...

Making Contact: Family Matters – How Communities Support Trans Kids in Conservative States

In 2011, Kirin Clawsons endocrinologist placed a puberty-blocking implant in her arm, a medical intervention that is associated with improved mental health for many trans kids with gender dysphoria. In February, Indiana joined several other conservative states banning this treatment for minors. In the first of a 2-part series, we...

Sprouts: Taking Care of New Moms

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, there were clearly cracks in the healthcare system for maternity and postpartum care. But during the pandemic, those cracks became much more visible. Patricia Kinser and Sara Moyer were driven to create quick change for new birthing parents, and so the Thrive Guide was born. Its a...

Conversations with Crystal

Crystal continues her "Black to School" series by interviewing Gabrielle Butler, a local Black entrepreneur. Gabrielle discusses the role of education in allowing her to become an entrepreneur as well as her journey through high school and college. She provides insights garnered through her life experiences.