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Leid Stories – 03.03.15

Toil and Trouble: Black Labor from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement (Part 4)

Our guest, Professor Charles L. Lumpkins, concludes his presentation on African American labor from the Civil War to the turn of the 21st century—covering the periods of chattel slavery, Reconstruction, the Gilded Age, and the Progressive Era.

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Ask Beatty – 03.02.15

Beatty talked about everything that you ever want to know about sex and were either afraid to ask or didn’t know to ask.  If you are having any sexual difficulties, this is a show not to be missed. Download this episode (right click and save)

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Leid Stories – 03.02.15

Nukes & Reactionaries: Boehner, Netanhayu and the Real Nuclear Threat Chicago Hope: “Chuy” García’s Historic Challenge to Big-Money Politics Download this episode (right click and save) Attempting to lessen the presumed impact of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanhayu’s barnstorming speech before Congress tomorrow, the White House has published a brief touting “5 Things You Need to Know About the U.S.-Israel Relationship Under …

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Project Censored – Straights and LGBTQ – 03.03.15

Program summary: Hosts Peter Phillips and Miya McHugh examine LGBTQ issues in contemporary America. The first guest, Sonoma State University sociologist James Joseph Dean, discusses  his new book “Straights;” Dean contends that today’s “post-closeted” queer community has also impacted the sexual identity of straight heterosexuals in American society. Later in the program, a queer-youth viewpoint from from College of Marin student Caitlin McCoy. …