Fire on the Prairie: October 2005

Fire on the Prairie is a radio forum exploring politics and ideas with progressive writers, thinkers and activists, sponsored by In These Times. Fire on the Prairie features interviews, commentary and reporting on local and national issues, including foreign policy, labor, activism, the environment and the media. Aaron Sarver and Emily Udell produce and host each half-hour monthly show, which broadcasts on WLUW and WHPK in Chicago.

This month’s episode features an anecdote from Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman’s speech at the International Labor Communicators Association conference this summer.

And Aaron Sarver interviews Claude Marks and Sele Nadel-Hayes of the Freedom Archives in San Francisco. The archives contain more than 8,000 hours of audiotape from radical voices dating back to the late 1960s.

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