Program Episodes

DEEP MEDICINE AND THE ANATOMY OF INJUSTICE

Inflammatory diseases are on the rise around the world, and doctors are finally starting to pay more attention to them. But why does a beneficial part of our immune system turn unhealthy? Raj Patel and Rupa Marya think it has a lot to do with the world we're forced to...

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HE SPIRIT OF SOUL FOOD

Theresa Marquez, host of Heartland Stories Radio, speaks with Dr. Christopher Carter. In his new book, The Spirit of Soul Food: Race, Faith, and Food Justice, Dr. Carter explores the role of soul food in reclaiming culinary history from African heritage. He points out how colonialist history has directed the...

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Core Conversations: Arts KC & Spinning Tree and Porterhouse KC

Join Leslie in the program's first segment as she gets updates from Arts KC & Spinning Tree. Arts KC is a nonprofit arts organization that provides support for the regional art and culture community through programs, advocacy, and investment. The second segment, Leslie speaks to the folks at Porterhouse KC,...

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Daisy Pitkin: On the Line and Does the State Department Union Bust?

We talk with Daisy Pitkin, organizer, about her book On the Line which takes us into a union organizing drive in an industrial laundry in Arizona. You’ll see joys, obstacles and politics on the way to winning a union. Then, Vice President Harris says she’s looking for the root causes...

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