The Lessons of Vietnam
2 CDs The U.S war on Vietnam and Laos and Cambodia is shrouded in mythology. After the massive death and destruction President Carter was asked about reparations and he said...
The Real Mother Jones
Mary Harris Jones, (1830-1930), widely known as Mother Jones, achieved fame by her role in organizing textile workers in Pennsylvania and coal miners in West Virginia and Colorado. Her radicalism...
History & Politics
India's Great Sitarist in Concert
A wonderful rare live recording featuring maestro Ravi Shankar and his long time accompanist Allah Rakha on tabla. You’ll hear two ragas in this concert recorded at Macky Auditorium on...
The Life and Times of Joe Hill
Join veteran journalist Sender Garlin in an exploration of Joe Hill’s life, the legendary Swedish born union activist and organizer and talented songwriter. Hill was executed in 1915 in Utah where he...
On Power & Ideology
Chomsky is at his best during this stand-and-deliver keynote address in Chicago. He discusses the persistent and largely invariant features of U.S. foreign policy — in the words of State...
14th Annual State of the World Address
Each September, as part of the So, You’re a Poet reading series, AR Director David Barsamian delivers a State of the World Address at one of his favorite haunts in...
Naming Names: The Hollywood Blacklist
Interviewed by David Barsamian & S.K. Levin
Monopoly Culture and Academic Freedom
"I've been kicked out of some of the best universities in the U.S," declares Michael Parenti. He recounts how his political activism cost him jobs in Vermont and Illinois. Among...
Historical Experiences with Multiculturalism
Featuring Professor of Music at CU Boulder John Galm in performance and interview. Mr. Galm is an ethnomusicologist who specializes in, and teaches, percussion instruments and music history, including those...
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