Zohar talks to Jane McAlevey, activist and author of Raising Expectations (and Raising Hell): My Decade Fighting for the Labor Movement, about writing, organizing, and her upbringing.
Zohar talks to three young leaders in The Encampment for Citizenship, a non-profit organization that conducts residential summer programs with year-round follow-up for young people of widely diverse backgrounds.
Luke talks to Jonathan Smucker, an activist/organizer and Berkeley sociology Ph.D. student about his Mennonite background, his work with groups like Iraq Veterans Against the War and Beautiful Trouble, and his new experiences in academia.
Luke talks to Ashley Makar, editor at Killing the Buddha and author of You Were Strangers: Dispatches from Exile, about her work with refugees, her faith, and her cancer diagnosis.
Zohar talks to poet Jon Sands, author of The New Clean and founding curator of Poets in Unexpected Places, about childhood, activism, therapy, and salad dressing.
We join Kristin Kimball, co-owner of Essex Farm in Essex, NY and author of The Dirty Life: A Memoir of Farming, Food, and Love, to talk about her transformation from city gal to farmhand.
The first episode of the BMC Podcast is here! Hosts Luke Nathan and Zohar Gitlis talk a little bit about themselves and how the podcast's going to be structured. Then Luke joins Aditi Vaidya, Senior Program Officer at the Solidago Foundation, for a short conversation about a conference she planned at BMC called "The New Economy."