Media Matters - April 23, 2006

Howard Zinn, historian

This week's guest is Howard Zinn, historian and author of A People's History of the United States.

Media Matters - August 07, 2005

Dave Zirin, author

Dave Zirin's new book, What's my Name, Fool? traces the history of the links between sports, politics and resistance

Media Matters - January 18, 2004

William Patterson, and Kimberlie Kranich

Visiting professor in Afro-American studies, William Patterson, and long-time radio activist, Kimberlie Kranich, discuss the importance of local radio and their innovative work with engaging high school students in producing their own radio documentaries.


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