The Radical Imagination
The Radical Imagination looks at radical alternatives of what the United States could be like, offering a safe space in which people can discuss what they imagine in order to transform the criminal justice system, economic system, political system, etc.; understanding that the same issues that affected the country back in the 60s are affecting it in different forms today.
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Michael Isaacson, Researcher of Fascism. The two have a conversation about the influence of fascism in America and how can the people resist and transform this tendency.
Host Jim Vrettos receives guest Manuel Gomez, Black-Ops Private Investigator and Activist. Gomez describes his experience with the legal system in NYS, exposing the corruption among judges and district attorneys that is putting innocent people in jail while the corrupt ones get promotions. But...
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Richard Painter, Law Professor at the University of Minnesota. Painter offer his insight about ethics in the actual government and makes an analysis on the historical position of previous governments in this matter.
Small businesses struggle on a daily basis in NYC, and the Coronavirus pandemic has only worsen their situation. Host Jim Vrettos interviews Anthony Miranda, Candidate for Queens Borough President; and Steve Null, Activist from the Small Business Congress; who picture how daunting and hopeless is...
Host Jim Vrettos talks with guest Dr. Bandy X. Lee, President of the World Mental Health Coalition and organization that has expressed their concern in relation to the mental fitness of Donal J. Trump to be the President of the United States. Dr. Lee takes us over their latest finding based on the...
Host Jim Vrettos has a conversation with Samelys Lopez, Congressional Candidate for the 15th CD-South Bronx; and Troy Walcott, Spectrum Worker and Strike Organizer. At this time in U.S. politics, the question is: how will the movement continue?
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Michael Hudson, Economic Historian who offers his view in regards to the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic is having in the US economy.
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Troy Walcott and Ray Reyes, Spectrum Workers, Organizers/Activists; who tell us the status of the workers fight against the cable corporation, a subsidiary of Charter Communications, Inc. whose policies harm both workers and users in NYC.