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The Laura Flanders Show is back for a third season with in-depth interviews and ground-breaking field reports on the people and movements driving positive systemic change. This season increases its coverage of innovative economic models and ideas taking root across the country, including cooperative businesses, land trusts, community wealth building, participatory budgeting and universal income.

"Capital bias" prioritizes wealth over people and the planet. What are the consequences?
How are over-extraction and climate change impacting the US water supply?
What happens when Muslim Americans take on the task of reporting on their communities?
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Why do conservative states like Idaho remain so important to US democracy?
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"Capital bias" prioritizes wealth over people and the planet. What are the consequences?
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What does Claudine Gay’s resignation from Harvard mean for diversity in higher education?
Over 450,000 workers have gone on strike in 2023. What does it mean for workers of color?
Meet the New Yorkers working to give asylum seekers a welcome, shelter & protection.
What can we learn from the people living on the frontlines of climate catastrophe?
There have been no arrests one year after the biggest power grid attack in the U.S
What difference can art make for people in prison?
What exactly is genocide and what is the responsibility of the world to stop it?
Sonali Kolhatkar and Laura Flanders discuss how storytelling can advance social justice.
Movement lawyer and organizer Andrea J. Ritchie’s new book is a toolkit for organizers.
Learn about the documentary “Powerlands” in this Indigenous Peoples’ Day special.
Josh Paul quit the State Dept. over increased, “indeed expedited” arms sales to Israel.
How are over-extraction and climate change impacting the US water supply?
The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is behind many extreme U.S. policies.
In her new book, journalist Naomi Klein uncovers how conspiracy theories gain power.
What are the consequences of “capital bias”, or prioritizing wealth and the wealthy?
Students fought for multicultural education at The City of New York’s Brooklyn College.
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What has (or hasn’t) changed on the abortion, trans and voting rights fronts in Texas?
What progress is being made to tackle America’s killer drug price problem?
What led to the June 29 Supreme Court decision to ban race-conscious affirmative action?
What are Drag Story Hours, and what are they up against?
Jubilee Justice Black Farmers' Rice Project helps repair the damage of racism.
Activists Anita Cameron and Keith Jones discuss The Americans with Disabilities Act.
“TransLash Media” creator Imara Jones discusses the impact of anti-trans legislation.
What is causing a Black maternal mortality epidemic & what can we do to save Black lives?
Magnolia Mothers Trust provides $1k/month to low-income families headed by a Black woman.
Why is it so hard to close a jail? Guests discuss the plan and pushback to close Rikers.
The Sierra Club’s Ben Jealous discusses his plans for the environmental organization.
Chuck D of Public Enemy and scholar-activist Rosa Clemente explore the impact of Hip Hop.
What happens when Muslim Americans take on the task of reporting on their communities?
A new film tells how New Yorkers, led by Frances Goldin, won a 50-year housing struggle.
Two legal cases in North Carolina could upend democracy and election law as we know it.
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