Sunsara Taylor, writer for Revolution Newspaper, a host of WBAI's "Equal Time for Freethought," and member of the Advisory Board of World Can't Wait. On the occasion of International Women's Day, she talks about the need for a new movement of people who are uncompromising in their refusal to accept, and their determination to defeat, the current war on women.
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Sam Pollard, director, and Douglas Blackmon, producer, on the new film, "Slavery by Another Name," based on Blackmon's book of the same title. "Slavery by Another Name," tells the story of one of the great betrayals of Black people in US history: how at the end of reconstruction in the South, new forms of forced labor emerged, keeping hundreds of thousands of African Americans in bondage, trapping them in a brutal and deadly system that lasted until World War II. For more, see the website.
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