Time Talks: History, Politics, Music, and Art

Time Talks: History, Politics, Music, and Art

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Chris Time Steele is the creator of Time Talks: History, Politics, Music, and Art. Chris is a teacher, journalist, has co-authored articles with Noam Chomsky and is also a hip-hop artist who has worked with Common.


Drucilla Cornell on Sex Work, Feminism, Rosa Luxemburg, Philosophy, Revolution, Ubuntu, and Nihilist Fascism
May 22 • 52 min
Drucilla Cornell speaks about her work with seeking to unionize a collective brothel, feminism, Rosa Luxemburg, Sylvia Wynter, philosophy, revolutions, Ubuntu, and nihilist fascism.
Seth Tobocman on Art, Gentrification, War in the Neighborhood, Surveillance, and Mutual Aid
Apr 26 • 46 min
In this interview Seth Tobocman talked about art and gentrification, his experiences in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the squatting movement, police violence, landlords, Hurricane Katrina, mutual aid, and foreign policy.
Aviva Chomsky on the Cuban Revolution, Colonialism, Immigration, Venezuela, and Climate Change
Mar 30 • 54 min
In this interview Aviva Chomsky spoke about the Cuban Revolution, education and the military industrial complex, anarchism, settler colonialism and immigration, how democrats have largely been let off the hook in the narrative around immigration and mass…
Lewis Gordon on Kemetic Philosophy, Colonialism, Eurocentrism, Resistance, Love, Fanon, and Anarchism
Feb 25 • 61 min
Philosopher and musician Dr. Lewis Gordon, spoke about Antef and Kemetic Philosophy, colonialism, white supremacy in European philosophy used as justification, Eurocentrism, resistance, Love, Fanon, and Anarchism. Music by AwareNess
Hans Meyer on Immigration Law, the Zapatistas, Abolish ICE, Forced Labor, and Punk
Jan 31 • 54 min
Hans Meyer on Immigration Law, the Zapatistas, Abolish ICE, Forced Labor, and Punk
J. KÄ“haulani Kauanui on Hawaiian Sovereignty, Sexuality, Anarchism, and Decolonization
Dec 16, 2018 • 69 min
J. KÄ“haulani Kauanui on Hawaiian Sovereignty, Sexuality, Anarchism, and Decolonization. We discussed her radio and media work such as Horizontal Power Hour, Indigenous Politics, and Anarchy on Air. Music by AwareNess
Sue Coe on Animal Liberation, Zooicide, Art, and Intersectionality
Nov 26, 2018 • 53 min
Political artist and activist Sue Coe speaks about her new book Zooicide from AK Press, growing up near a slaughterhouse, the working class workers who primarily have to do the jobs at slaughterhouses, abolishing zoos, patriarchy, trendy consumer veganism…
Gregg Deal on the Doctrine of Discovery, Contemporary Art, and Resistance
Oct 28, 2018 • 76 min
Contemporary artist Gregg Deal speaks about his experience as a Pyramid Lake Paiute, indigenous existence as resistance, decolonization, the doctrine of discovery, boarding schools, the education system, the #ChangeTheNameCampaign for Washington’s racist…
Dawn Peterson on Indian Adoption, Colonialism, and Patriarchy
Sep 29, 2018 • 65 min
Dawn Peterson speaks about her latest book Indians in the Family: Adoption and the Politics of Antebellum Expansion. Peterson speaks on U.S. Imperialism, the context of adoption, the ramping up of capitalism in the colonial era, indigenous resistance, the…
Andrea Pitzer on the History of Concentration Camps, Family Separation, and the Rise of Fascism
Aug 31, 2018 • 69 min
Andrea Pitzer on the History of Concentration Camps, Family Separation, and the Rise of Fascism. Music by AwareNess.
Gerald Horne on The Apocalypse of Settler Colonialism, Bacon’s Rebellion, and White Supremacy
Jul 16, 2018 • 44 min
Gerald Horne on The Apocalypse of Settler Colonialism, Bacon’s Rebellion, The Glorious Revolution, Families Being Separated, and White Supremacy. Music by AwareNess.
Historian Jim Walsh on Irish History, Labor Struggles, and Theatre
Jun 15, 2018 • 40 min
Historian and Professor Jim Walsh speaks about Irish History, Colorado History, labor struggles, starting the Romero Theater Troupe, and his experience with being a professor with an art-based teaching style.