Justin Podur joins Clare Daly and Mick Wallace on the podcast “I4C Trouble with Daly and Wallace” to discuss the recent agricultural reforms and the farmers’ protests that they have provoked in India.
Vijay Prashad spoke with Kerala’s Finance Minister Thomas Isaac about the upcoming legislative elections there.
A Left triumph will help transform the very base of the economy, says Thomas Isaac.
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Globetrotter’s Vijay Prashad Featured on Politically Re-Active Podcast with W. Kamau Bell & Hari Kondabolu
Vijay Prashad—historian, journalist and hero of host Hari Kondabolu—analyzes the farmers’ protest in India and makes a powerful case for why their struggle is our struggle. And while he’s at it, he salutes Rihanna, defines Marxism, and discusses Bruce Lee in the context of Afro-Asian connections.
Noam Chomsky and Vijay Prashad discuss the threats humanity and the earth face today that require urgent attention.
Global Uprising is a year-long series that revolves around one question: how do we rethink collective action from our present? Taking the current anti-racist uprising in America and the 10th anniversary of the Arab revolts as launching points for a set of workshops, this series delves into the global coordinates of uprising today.
This week on the podcast, Vijay Prashad joins the For The Wild podcast to explore how societies take care of themselves, what true public action looks like in crisis, and how movements across the world have resisted the privatization of life and the devaluation of care that we have become accustomed to.
Visit the forthewild.world website for the full episode description, references, and action points.
This is an excellent chronicling of the Rwandan government’s racist policies toward the majority Hutu population, writes Ann Garrison.
Vijay Prashad to speak to Harvard University’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy on Sept. 24 – Livestreamed on YouTube
Date: Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020, 1:30pm to 2:30pm
Location: Virtual Event
Please join the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy for its signature weekly series this fall, The Fierce Urgency of Now, featuring Black, Indigenous, People of Color scholars, activists, and community leaders, and experts from the Global South.
Joe Emersberger interviewed Justin Podur regarding his new book America’s Wars on Democracy in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo about a conflict few understand thanks to, among other things, “Africanist” scholars.