Through the voices of torture survivors and activists, the Remaking the Exceptional podcast highlights connections between policing and incarceration in Chicago and the human rights violations of the Global War on Terror, while also celebrating the struggle for justice and reparations.
Sitting, sipping, and reflecting over a cup of tea with others can create the space for conversations on difficult and at times painful subjects. It also can create opportunities to envision a new set of social relations.
Bi-weekly (1st & 3rd Days Above)
Host Baltazark (Jodie Baltazar) brings you WEIRD MUSIC made by ladies and music made by WEIRD LADIES spanning genres, geographies, and generations. This show is about finding and celebrating the curious ways in which women confront social or artistic banality with sonic self-expression.
Artist and host Kelly Lloyd has been interviewing people in the arts about their livelihoods since 2017. Each episode of this hour-long podcast features a recent interview with one contemporary artist. Excerpts from additional interviews are available to listen to on the project website.
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Monthly (3rd Day Above)
Means of Production is an hour long conversation about Chicago’s dance and performing arts scene. Sharon Hoyer, stage editor at Newcity Magazine, talks with dancers, choreographers, performance artists, puppeteers, presenters and performers whose work doesn’t fit neatly into any one category.
Monthly (2nd Day Above)
Out of the Archives! share a diverse range of stories told by public housing residents, as well as those working in the field, from our Oral History Archive. The stories in our archive lift the voices of an oftentimes marginalized community and create a space for important conversations to happen. Each episode features a different theme that responds to our mission to preserve, promote, and propel the right of all people to a place where they can live and prosper.
Monthly (4th Day Above)
Rebel Steps is a podcast about taking political action guided by the concepts of direct action, solidarity, autonomy and mutual aid. It guides listeners through actions that go beyond protesting and calling your representatives. It’s created by Amy and Liz, two sisters living in Brooklyn, NY.
Bi-Weekly (1st & 3rd Days Above)
This is Sadie Woods, and I’m bringing you Gridlock Soundlab, rush hour radio featuring House, Afro Latin Rhythms, Worldbeat, Disco, Funk, Soul, Electro, and Indie Dance music. Gridlock Soundlab, first and third Fridays at 4, only on 105.5 FM, Lumpen Radio.
Monday thru Friday
Daily national news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González.
Classic, Old School and more…these are the JAMS!