Laura Flanders

Laura Flanders interviews forward-thinking people about the key questions of our time on The Laura Flanders Show, a nationally syndicated radio and television program also available as a podcast. A contributing writer to The Nation, Flanders is also the author of six books, including The New York Times best-seller, BUSHWOMEN: Tales of a Cynical Species.  She is the recipient of a 2019 Izzy Award for excellence in independent journalism, the Pat Mitchell Lifetime Achievement Award for advancing women’s and girls’ visibility in media and a 2020 Lannan Cultural Freedom Fellowship for her reporting and advocacy for public media. lauraflanders.org

Big Pharma vs the People

The Disability Revolution We All Need

Buffalo’s Next Mayor is Putting Electeds on Notice

Take Pride in Desire

Remembering the Black Roots of Memorial Day and the Revolutionary Holiday That Might Have Been

United Action to Keep Workers Down 

The January 6 Capitol Riot: A Local Perspective

Arm Our Cities With Military-Grade Health Care…Not Weapons

Culture of Violence

Royalty Racist? Really?

In Indian Country, It’s Not the Weather, It’s the Racism That’s Leaving Thousands in the Dark

Impeaching Racism Needs to Happen Everywhere

Learn From Georgia

The Times They Ain’t a-Changing 

The Media’s Quadrennial Eclipse

Divest / Invest 

If the President had HIV, He Could be in Prison

Mourn Justice Ginsburg, Fight to Close Irwin Detention Center

Resisting Authoritarianism One Co-Op at a Time

Take on the Tech Mob Now or Perish

We Treasure What We Measure

The Great American Lie

What Lies Ahead: Tulsa 1921 or Somewhere We Haven’t Built Yet? 

Paradigms Take Years to Shift

A Memorial Day For Lies?

The Future is Up for Grabs

Covid by the Numbers

Thank You, Bernie; Screw You, New York Times

Covid-19: Our Health Crisis is Born of Bigotry

Democracy, Dictatorship and Bloomberg

Iowa Media Back to the Future

Iowa is Not the Twitterverse

#SayHerName, Impeachment, and a Hawk

The Global Corruption Rebellion Americans Don’t Know They’re Part Of 

Climate Strike/Auto Strike: Same Struggle, Same Fight

From Voice of America to NPR: New CEO Lansing’s Glass House

Love and Rights: Contingent or Unconditional? 

In Barcelona, Being a Fearless City Mayor Means Letting the People Decide

A Reporter in Spain

Can It Happen Here?

Collusion in Plain Sight

Making American Journalism Great and Different

Time For Socialist History Month?

An End to Amazon’s Two-Bit Romance. No Low-Rent Rendezvous.

In Prison, the Power’s On, But There’s No Accountability

HUD Official to Move into Public Housing?

Amazon Gives to End Homelessness? That’s Rich 

Hate Speech at Homeland Security

It’s Time to Call #TimesUp on Standing Alone

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