This Is Hell!

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Synopsis

Long-form interviews with writers, thinkers and workers from around the world and across the spectrum of experience.

Episodes

  • 1323: Bill Gates and monopoly medicine / Alexander Zaitchik

    1323: Bill Gates and monopoly medicine / Alexander Zaitchik

    15/04/2021 Duration: 01h14min

    Journalist Alexander Zaitchik on his article "How Bill Gates Impeded Global Access to Covid Vaccines" for The New Republic, and in a Moment of Truth Jeff Dorchen foils another dictatorship before it can start. https://newrepublic.com/article/162000/bill-gates-impeded-global-access-covid-vaccines

  • 1322: Infrastructure, mobilization, survival / Laleh Khalili

    1322: Infrastructure, mobilization, survival / Laleh Khalili

    15/04/2021 Duration: 01h05min

    Political scientist Laleh Khalili on her article "Apocalyptic Infrastructures" for Noēma Magazine. https://www.noemamag.com/apocalyptic-infrastructures/

  • 1321: Slaverys westward reach / Kevin Waite

    1321: Slavery's westward reach / Kevin Waite

    13/04/2021 Duration: 01h03min

    Historian Kevin Waite on his book "West of Slavery: The Southern Dream of a Transcontinental Empire" from UNC Press. https://uncpress.org/book/9781469663197/west-of-slavery/

  • 1320: The authoritarian grip on Greece / Guilio DErrico

    1320: The authoritarian grip on Greece / Guilio D'Errico

    12/04/2021 Duration: 01h07min

    Writer Giulio D'Errico on police violence, the state and expanding rifts in Greek society, and his article "Resisting Greece’s rapid descent into authoritarianism" co-authored with Giovanni Marenda for ROAR Magazine. https://roarmag.org/essays/greece-lockdown-koufontinas-protests/

  • 1319: LAs police gangs / Cerise Castle

    1319: LA's police gangs / Cerise Castle

    09/04/2021 Duration: 01h13min

    Journalist Cerise Castle on her investigative series "A Tradition of Violence: The History of Deputy Gangs in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department" for Knock LA, and in a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen reflects on how Godzilla and King Kong massacre our fear of massacres. https://knock-la.com/tradition-of-violence-lasd-gang-history/

  • 1318: Pandemics and land use / Luis Fernando Chaves

    1318: Pandemics and land use / Luis Fernando Chaves

    07/04/2021 Duration: 01h05min

    Disease ecologist Luis Fernando Chaves on his dispatch "Scientists say land use drives new pandemics. But what if 'land' isn’t what they think it is?" for Pandemic Research For The People. https://drive.google.com/file/d/12cW-PkPU9Z5TtoEMqKuhPnUGsmOLVp16/view

  • 1317: Personal data, public trusts / Anna Artyushina

    1317: Personal data, public trusts / Anna Artyushina

    06/04/2021 Duration: 01h04min

    Public policy scholar Anna Artyushina on her article "The EU is launching a market for personal data. Here’s what that means for privacy" for MIT Technology Review. https://www.technologyreview.com/2020/08/11/1006555/eu-data-trust-trusts-project-privacy-policy-opinion/

  • 1316: Musics future on repeat / Rich Woodall

    1316: Music's future on repeat / Rich Woodall

    05/04/2021 Duration: 01h02min

    Writer Rich Woodall on the financialization of music catalogues and his article "Mass Hipgnosis" for The Baffler. https://thebaffler.com/latest/mass-hipgnosis-woodall

  • 1315: Growth, carbon, death / Ben Ehrenreich

    1315: Growth, carbon, death / Ben Ehrenreich

    02/04/2021 Duration: 01h16min

    Writer Ben Ehrenreich on his article "We're Hurtling Toward Global Suicide" for The New Republic. https://newrepublic.com/article/161575/climate-change-effects-hurtling-toward-global-suicide

  • 1314: Water and democracy in Detroit / Curt Guyette

    1314: Water and democracy in Detroit / Curt Guyette

    31/03/2021 Duration: 01h07min

    Writer Curt Guyette on his article "The Fight for Affordable Water" for ACLU Michigan. https://www.aclumich.org/en/news/fight-affordable-water

  • 1313: Biden and the imperial past / Andrew Bacevich

    1313: Biden and the imperial past / Andrew Bacevich

    30/03/2021 Duration: 01h02min

    Historian Andrew Bacevich on his article "On Shedding an Obsolete Past: Biden Defers to the Blob" for TomDispatch. https://tomdispatch.com/on-shedding-an-obsolete-past/

  • 1312: When universities swallow cities / Davarian L. Baldwin

    1312: When universities swallow cities / Davarian L. Baldwin

    29/03/2021 Duration: 01h10min

    Urbanist Davarian L. Baldwin on the dynamics between urban universities and the communities outside their walls, and his book "In the Shadow of the Ivory Tower: How Universities Are Plundering Our Cities" from Bold Type Books. https://www.boldtypebooks.com/titles/davarian-l-baldwin/in-the-shadow-of-the-ivory-tower/9781568588919/

  • 1311: Turkeys fascist alliance / Max Zirngast

    1311: Turkey's fascist alliance / Max Zirngast

    25/03/2021 Duration: 01h16min

    Writer Max Zirngast on his article "Turkey Is Trying to Ban the Socialist, Pro-Kurdish HDP" co-written with Alp Kayserilioğlu and Güney Işıkara via Jacobin. https://jacobinmag.com/2021/03/turkey-erdogan-hdp-peoples-democratic-party-pro-kurdish-socialism

  • 1310: Ending endless war / Jonathan Ellis + brian bean

    1310: Ending endless war / Jonathan Ellis + brian bean

    24/03/2021 Duration: 01h08min

    Jonathan Ellis and brian bean on confronting US violence at home and abroad, and their article "Rebuilding the Anti-Imperialist Movement in a New Era" for Rampant. https://rampantmag.com/2021/03/rebuilding-the-anti-imperialist-movement-in-a-new-era/

  • 1309: Immigration under Biden / Karina Moreno

    1309: Immigration under Biden / Karina Moreno

    23/03/2021 Duration: 58min

    Urban policy and planning scholar Karina Moreno on her article "Joe Biden’s Immigration Reform Doesn’t Do Enough to Help Migrant Workers" for Jacobin. https://www.jacobinmag.com/2021/03/joe-biden-immigration-reform-us-citizenship-act

  • 1308: Lula, lawfare and antidemocracy in Brazil / Brian Mier

    1308: Lula, lawfare and antidemocracy in Brazil / Brian Mier

    22/03/2021 Duration: 01h04min

    Live from São Paulo, journalist Brian Mier reports on Lula da Silva's legal victory, pandemic politics and antidemocracy in Brazil.

  • ARCHIVE: Cindy Milstein on the revolutionary potential of death and grief.

    ARCHIVE: Cindy Milstein on the revolutionary potential of death and grief.

    15/03/2021 Duration: 38min

    From 2017: Writer Cindy Milstein explains how death and grief connect us to the collective nature of the human experience, revealing the potential for solidarity and compassion in the face of capitalism's commodification of the self, and showing us a new way of living together, right now, while we still have the time.

  • 1307: Thirty years of war against Iraq / Kathy Kelly

    1307: Thirty years of war against Iraq / Kathy Kelly

    11/03/2021 Duration: 01h15min

    Peace activist Kathy Kelly on the realities of war and sanctions for Iraq's people, the state of the anti-war movement and her article "Remembering the First Gulf War" for The Progressive, and in a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen visits the Playground of Blood. https://progressive.org/dispatches/remembering-first-gulf-war-kelly-210302

  • 1306: The business of immigrant labor / Ruth Milkman

    1306: The business of immigrant labor / Ruth Milkman

    10/03/2021 Duration: 01h04min

    Sociologist Ruth Milkman on the dynamics of immigration law and low-wage work, and her new book "Immigrant Labor and the New Precariat" for Polity Books. https://www.wiley.com/en-us/Immigrant+Labor+and+the+New+Precariat-p-9780745692012

  • 1305: The abolitionist horizon / Mariame Kaba

    1305: The abolitionist horizon / Mariame Kaba

    09/03/2021 Duration: 01h10min

    Organizer Mariame Kaba on state violence, the possibilities of police and prison abolition, and her book "We Do This 'Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transforming Justice" from Haymarket Books. https://www.haymarketbooks.org/books/1664-we-do-this-til-we-free-us

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