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Looking Back at the Vietnam War

This year marks 43 years since the end of the Vietnam War. At least that's...

Ours to Master and to Own: Workers’ Control From the Commune to the Present 

Edited by Immanuel Ness and Dario AzzelliniChicago, Illinois, Haymarket, 400 pp.   Review by Andy Piascik   Much recent discussion and...

A Resistance is the New Normal: A Compilation of Resources

Visit our Facebook page at BetweenTheLinesRadioNewsmagazine and follow us on Twitter at BTLRadioNews for breaking news, views and analysis. RESOURCES WHY...

Promoting Public Health through Urban Planning

Jason Corburn is a professor in two normally disparate fields -- the Department of City...

Sisters in the Brotherhoods: Working Women Organizing for Equality in New York City 

by Jane LaTour; Palgrave MacMillan, 304 pp.Reviewed by Andy Piascik If we're lucky, the next upsurge...

Putting Their Lives on the Line Fighting Pipelines

There’s a new feature film out, “Little Pink House,” based on the true story of...

A slippery slope in Capistrano

Happy Spring! In my neck of the woods (Connecticut) it’s way below normal temperature (in the...

Watch Out, Benjamin Braddock! or The Plastics Problem

Some of us are old enough to remember the career advice Dustin Hoffman got in...

SPECIAL REPORTS

Mid-term Elections and Voter Suppression

The panel focuses on voter suppression in the upcoming mid-term elections with Stephen Spaulding, chief of...

JOHN NICHOLS: Democracy on Life Support?

The panel talks with journalist and author John Nichols about Trump's selection of Brett Kavanaugh...

The Life and Work of Bill Duesing, life-long leader of the organic community

The Life and Work of Bill Duesing, who died July 12, 2018Bill Duesing, a major...

SPECIAL REPORT: “Response to chemical attack in Syria – The priority must be the people”

The Resistance Roundtable panel discusses the U.S. missile strikes on Damascus and interviews Stan Heller...

Panel Discussion: Privatization v. Public Good and the Upcoming March for Our Lives on March 24

WPKN's Resistance Round Table panel discusses privatization vs. the public good. Special guest: Tyler Suarez,...

Resistance Roundtable: Privatization v. Public Good and the Upcoming March for Our Lives on March 24

This month, WPKN's Resistance Round Table panel discusses privatization vs. the public good. Special guest: Tyler...

Can There Be Food Justice Under Capitalism?

Doria Robinson, executive director of Urban Tilth, a food justice project based in Richmond, California,...

The Resistance – Women’s March 2018 – Hartford, Connecticut

Connecticut state Rep. West Hartford 18th District candidate and Women's March Connecticut organizer - Jillian Gilcrest:National...

No Fracking Waste in CT!

Jennifer Siskind, local coordinator for Food and Water Watch, describes the campaign to stop fracking...

Resistance Round Table: The Unraveling Continues…

The panel discusses Trump's long history of racism and the Republican voter suppression juggernaut confronting...