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On this episode of We Are Many, Andy Bichlbaum discusses the new Yes Men movie and how his mischievous youth led to a life of hilarious, but highly effective, activism.
In this episode of We Are Many, Frida Berrigan reads excerpts from her new book and talks about the joys of parenting and activism.
In this episode of We Are Many, hear a conversation between civil rights movement veteran David Hartsough and Ferguson activist Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou.
Anti-apartheid activist Mkhuseli Jack’s personal journey from near slavery to revered movement leader is one fueled by relentless optimism.
How did two people intent on promoting peace end up working for a sport many consider to be the antithesis — and feeling as though they’d found their calling?
The WNV editors discuss efforts to combat corporate greed and state repression surrounding the World Cup, plus an interview with Greenpeace International head Kumi Naidoo about his life of resistance.
Hear the WNV editors discuss the powerful convergence of cowboys and Indians against the Keystone XL — followed by an interview with a former corporate lawyer who is helping New York towns ban fracking.
The WNV editors discuss the recent goings on in student and youth organizing — from campaigns for racial justice to climate action — followed by an interview with Russian human rights activist Alexis Prokopiev.
With recent actions led by undocumented families and detainees, the WNV editors discuss the new face of the migrant justice movement, followed by an interview with a human rights lawyer in Zimbabwe.
What do you know about the popular revolution in Syria? According to activists Raed Fares and Razan Ghazzawi, it’s far more than the gun-toting rebels depicted in Western media.