Host, Jim Vrettos talks race relations to a Reverend and Rabbi.
Host Jim Vrettos invites Thane Rosenbaum to talk about his book "Saving Free Speech... from ITSELF" and the possible confusion about what "free speech" really means in the American Constitution.
Host Jim Vrettos interviews the Democratic Candidate for Manhattan District Attorney, Diana Florence, about her 25 year experience working at the Manhattan DA's office, and why she is now on a race to succeed incumbent DA Cyrus Vance.
In the first part of the show, Jim Vrettos and Kathryn Szoka talk about the progressive movement in the Hamptons and Szoka work through her library Canio's Books and as a photographer. On the second part, Jim receives Private Investigator Manuel Gomez and discuss a sexual abuse case involving a...
On this episode host Jim Vrettos and guests Frances Fox Piven & Ira Glasser, discuss the Cloward/Piven political strategy and the possibility of continue the movement now as it was in the 1960s.
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Lavina Ransom, mother of KaLani Uehera who is seeking justice for her daughter after been imprisoned for denouncing sexual abuse while serving on the US military. They are joined by Manuel Gomez, Black-Ops Private Investigator who is working with Lavina to find justice...
To honor the first co-host of The Radical Imagination; host Jim Vrettos and guests Michael Pelias & Immanuel Ness, talk about Stanley Aronowitz, his work and legacy.
Host Jim Vrettos interviews Donna Lieberman, Executive Director at the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU). With liberty being such a common theme in American history, this conversations explores if America's reality has not been consistent with its rhetoric.