Dec 27, 2017
When Jennifer McGaha (@Jennifer_McGaha) discovered that she and her husband owed back taxes―a lot of back taxes―her world changed. Desperate to save money, they foreclosed on their beloved suburban home and moved their family to a one-hundred-year-old cabin in a North Carolina holler. Soon enough, Jennifer's life...
Dec 11, 2017
KGNU's Claudia Cragg speaks here
with Frances Moore
Lappé @fmlappe about Americans
who, she says, are asking, in the wake of Trump’s victory, "What do
we do now?" Her answer: "(We) need to organize and fight to
protect and expand our democracy."
Americans, she says, are distraught as they see tightly held economic...
Nov 29, 2017
Who works and how we work have changed dramatically in recent years, yet the policies and institutions governing work and employment remain mired in the world of work of the 1930s. As a result, the social contract—what we expect from and are accountable for at work—has broken down. The central challenge of...
Nov 27, 2017
KGNU's Claudia Cragg speaks here with Noliwe Rooks @nrookie about her new book which illustrates the ways that segregation, poverty, and race intertwine to affect America’s education landscape, Rooks (White Money/Black Power) clearly and vigorously maps the systemic disadvantages imposed upon students of color and...
Nov 8, 2017