How can we build the workforce we need, with the rights and equity workers deserve?
The monthly Meet the BIPOC Press roundtable looks at topics that could dominate 2023.
Are we too distracted to think? The answer is worse than you’d expect.
How long can corporations sustain the “American Dream” at the expense of workers?
What if, in the near future, the majority of people will be disabled?
What lessons can we take from Howard Zinn’s model of history for this time?
Laura and her guests discuss the recent attack on North Carolina's electrical grid.
Laura reflects on the intersection of art and politics, incarceration and economics.
A roundtable of journalists join Laura for this month's Meet the BIPOC Press.
Hear how Native movements are changing, among other myths, the Thanksgiving story.
How did the GOP’s rollbacks mobilize voters. What worked, and what didn't?
How has the issue of violence been weaponized to smear criminal justice reform?
Sarah Jones, Tony Award-winning performer discusses her new documentary.
Laura and guests unpack what’s happening in key states ahead of the midterm elections.
Soledad O'Brien discusses Rosa Parks, her legacy and what the media got wrong.
When it comes to the climate crisis, are Boomers the problem, the solution or both?
Mitra Kalita and Sara Lomax Reese of URL Media return for “Meet the BIPOC Press”.
Can a novel become a catalyst to help us address impending climate disasters?
Political fiction, women writers and the unraveling of American democracy.
Alexis Pauline Gumbs discusses how we can all practice “another way to breathe.”
Are abortion seekers of color still a sidebar in reporting?
What power to prosecutors have, especially now, after the overthrow of Roe.
Could a successful coup happen in the US? It has happened before.
Is the overturning of Roe v. Wade a death sentence for women of color?
What do Indigenous people want for the future of Yellowstone and other National parks?
What is the media getting wrong — or right — on gun violence reporting?
Discussing participatory budgeting and its use when U.S. democracy is hanging by a thread.
Discussing how to take Community Wealth Building to a whole new scale.
Imara Jones discusses the increasing government restrictions and the impacts on us all.
Discuss why educators, especially teachers of color, leaving the teaching profession.
Can cooperation and shared stewardship be a route to realizing the “American Dream?”
Laura interviews Jamie Raskin, Democratic Congressman from Maryland.
The American Right is embracing a dangerous extremism. How did we get here?
Can education be the driver of local economic and social development?
How does the reaction against antiracist education hurt us all?
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Greenpeace and discuss the climate crisis.
Texas could be a predictor of how change happens when people organize differently.
A roundtable of human rights advocates discuss the ongoing conflict In Ukraine.
About The Laura Flanders Show
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.
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