Today’s episode features Earthbound Brewery co-owner and lawyer Stuart Keating. Stuart is an active member of DSA and provides pro-bono legal representation to activist. We discuss his ideology as a socialist business owner, the ethical constraints of capitalism, and much more! Beliefs: Dodge v. Ford (a case that shaped institutional thought on corporate responsibilities). This is a […]
Today’s guest is Curtis Wylde. Curtis is a candidate for State Representative in district 107. A professional wrestler turned politician, Curtis is part of a new generation of progressive DNC members inspired by Bernie Sanders. Curtis has been endorsed by the People for Bernie Sanders, Run for Something, and Our Revolution Mid-Mo. Learn more at: […]
The Migrant and Immigrant Community Action Project (MICA Project) is a community organization committed to working with low-income immigrants to overcome barriers to justice. The MICA Project utilizes legal services, organizing, advocacy, and education to promote the voice and human dignity of immigrant communities. Books Mentioned in this episodes: “Tomatoland” Barry Estabrook “Borderlands/La Frontera: The […]
Glenn Burleigh has been EHOC’s Community Engagement Specialist, since 2015. Glenn was born in Pine Bluff, AR, and he came to live in St. Louis in 1997, while attending Saint Louis University. Since 2004, Glenn has been an active part of the Missouri progressive movement. Glenn spent many years working for progressive organizations, such as […]
Caroline’s guest is Alderwoman Megan Green of St. Louis’s 15th ward. Since taking office in 2014, Alderwoman Green has been a progressive champion of St Louis and an outspoken supporter of Black Lives Matter and police reform.During the 2016 Presidential race, she served as a surrogate for the Bernie Sanders campaign. In this interview, she […]
Cydney Johnson, DSA co-chair and candidate for State Representative gives us his take on Prop P and the St. Louis City Police Department’s response to the Stockly protest.
This episode is a live recording of an STL DSA speaking event at Missouri Jobs with Justice. Dr. Ed Weisbart from Physicians for a National Heath Program and national DSA healthcare organizer Tim Faust speak about some of the obstacles and opportunities of single payer in the current political climate.