Has the sin of racism been so pervasive among white evangelicals that it requires collective repentance? To dialogue on that question we have on the Radical Imagination today two of America's most prominent preachers, scholars and activists. Jonathan Wilson Hartgrove and Jemar Tisby.
Radical implementation involves pushing for substantial change while learning what the powerful will concede. It typifies a distinctive, alternative model and strategy for progressive social change developed by Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven in the 1960s and 70s to address the issues of...
Over 50 years ago in July of 2020, the Young Lords -- a revolutionary community group of Hispanic and Black New Yorkers occupied Lincoln Hospital in the Bronx for 12 hours. Long known as a "butcher shop," they demanded better care, improved conditions, and a variety of patient and worker rights for...
Our guest today on the Radical Imagination is Elliott Currie, a Pulitzer prize finalist author, a leading expert on the criminal legal system and a professor of Criminology, Law and Society at the University of California, Irvine. He's a renowned scholar and author of many works on crime, juvenile...
We're taping the Radical Imagination today -- October 27th -- commemorating 47 years to the day of the 1974 National Day of Solidarity with Independence of Puerto Rico.