The Marc Steiner Show

The Marc Steiner Show

The Marc Steiner Show meets you at the intersection of politics and culture. We produce dynamic conversations and visual productions with activists, actors, artists and authors to creatively get to the root of the social, political and cultural issues that we and our world face.... Show More

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February 26, 2021 25 min
From Afghanistan to Niger, the “new normal” of American warfare shows no signs of changing course under President Biden and his hawkish national security team. In this episode of “The Marc Steiner Show,” combat veteran and writer Danny Sjursen issues a dire warning about american military policy.
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Nathan Robinson, founder and editor-in-chief of Current Affairs magazine, has been writing a column for The Guardian U.S. since 2017. Then, without warning, The Guardian stopped accepting his pitches after Robinson tweeted criticisms of U.S. arms sales to Israel. In the first segment of this week's "Marc Steiner Show," Marc talks to Robinson about the still-unfolding saga and what it portends for the future of free spee...
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As COVID-19 continues to wreak deadly havoc, Israel touts record-setting efforts to inoculate its citizens while cutting off Palestinians in occupied territories from life-saving vaccines. This is no accident: It is political, deliberate, and must be stopped.
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With a new Democratic administration in place and so many union contracts about to expire, 2021 could be a major turning point in the labor movement. In the first segment of this week's "Marc Steiner Show," Marc is joined by longtime union organizer and chief of staff at SEIU Local 888 in Boston, Rand Wilson, to discuss how labor can seize the moment and turn this year into a year of mass solidarity.
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In the first segment of this week’s "Marc Steiner Show," we discuss what changes we should and shouldn’t expect in U.S. policy toward Palestine and Israel in the Biden era. For this segment, Marc is joined by James Zogby, founder and president of the Arab American Institute, managing director of Zogby Research Services, former member of the Democratic National Committee, and author of “Arab Voices: What They Are Saying to U...
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We’ve seen this so many times before, but it never ceases to shock: The brutal disparity between law enforcement’s response to far-right insurgents and its response to Black, Indigenous, and social justice protests reveals which side the “establishment” sees as the enemy. This week on "The Marc Steiner Show," we discuss these disparities with a panel of guests who have seen and reported on them firsthand—from Standing Rock,...
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Between the Trumpist insurgency at the U.S. Capitol, Democrats’ Senate wins in Georgia, COVID-19, and the internal battles raging within both parties, history is moving fast these days. In this episode of “The Marc Steiner Show,” Marc is joined by a lively panel of guests to put these events in their larger historical context and to discuss what lessons from history we must examine to understand the rise of the militant right and t...
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“The Marc Steiner Show” is back for 2021, and we've sure got a lot to discuss. In this episode, Marc is joined by Kali Holloway, anti-racist activist and columnist for The Nation, and Danny Sjursen, writer, war veteran, and director of the Eisenhower Media Network, to discuss the past four years of Trump, the violent rise of the right, the Georgia Senate elections, and what comes next. (Note: This episode was recorded on the mo...
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In this episode of "The Marc Steiner Show," Marc talks with David Zirin, author, sports editor for The Nation, and host of the “Edge of Sports” podcast, and Alejandro “Ali” Danois, journalist, author of “The Boys of Dunbar,” and producer of ESPN Films' “Baltimore Boys,” about the dilemma college athletes face in a deadly pandemic. Zirin and Danois discuss the fallout for college athletes as games continue (with politici...
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Former Black Panthers Eddie Conway and Paul Coates talk about their new book, "The Brother You Choose," which delves deep into their friendship and their parallel lives as freedom fighters and family men, featuring an afterword from Paul's son, Ta-Nehisi Coates.
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In the first segment of this week's Marc Steiner Show, we discuss how the left can make its voice heard in the incoming Biden administration with Bill Fletcher, a racial justice, labor, and international activist and author of numerous books, including "They’re Bankrupting Us!", and organizer and activist Shana East, a member of the Coordinating Committee for the Illinois Poor People’s Campaign and the founder of the gr...
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In the second episode of the Marc Steiner Show, DeRay McKesson talks about his victorious Supreme Court case against a police officer, and how the left has the numbers, but not the organization. Then, TaNesha Barnes and Dr. Lester Spence debate the best recourse for Black Americans after an election where 71 million voters actively supported—or ignored—Donald Trump’s racism.

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In the premier episode of the Marc Steiner Show, Dr. Nikki Taylor and Dr. Gerald Horne talk about the history of, and resistance to, fascist violence against Indigenous and Black communities in the US, and Cindy Blackman Santana talks about our trying times and her music's place in them.
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