Bob Buzzanco: Green & Red’s Best of 2021

cross-posted from Afflict the Comfortable

Green & Red had a hell of a year in 2021! It wasn’t the best of times. It was mostly the worst of times. But we did some fantastic shows.Here’s a (too long) list of some of my favorites (not really in any specific order, I just listed them as they came to mind. They’re all great!). We’ve seen a really big increase in listeners this year, so keep spreading the word about Green & Red so we’re more than the best lefty podcast people haven’t heard……

Episode 91. Interview with Noam Chomsky about the 1960s. ‘Nuff said.

Episode 127. Johnny Cash’s Politics with author Michael Stewart Foley of “Citizen Cash”

Episode 69. Professors Fired at Collin College. The new McCarthyism on campus. Suzanne Stateler JonesAudra Heaslip

Episodes 114 and 119. The Best Lefty Political Movies Part 1 and Part 2 

Episodes 72, 74, and 76. Texas Freezes Over. Featuring background on the Texas power grid crisis, and how activists were providing aid in a time of great need. with Debbie Russell, Clayton ELust , Bryan Parras and Jamie Henn

Episode 61. Capitol Hill Riots and the Ruling Class. Our unique and compelling perspective on the events of January 6th.

Episode 86 (parts 1 and 2). The reality of Jimmy Carter, Neo-Liberal and War Criminal.  and

Episode 77. Background on U.S.-Iranian relations with Professor Eskandar Sadeghi-Boroujerdi.

Episode 103. What the Left Owes Cuba. A rejoinder to “leftists” who support Miami-inspired subversion in Havana.Episode

118. 80,000,000 Bombs in Laos, with Sera Koulabdara of “Legacies of War”

Episode 96. Tribute to Walter LaFeber and the New Left.

128. Alex Vitale on “The End of Policing

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Author: Sparki

Scott Parkin is a Senior Campaigner with Rainforest Action Network and organizes with Rising Tide North America. He has worked on a variety of campaigns around climate change, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, mountaintop removal, labor issues and anti-corporate globalization. Originally from Texas, he now lives in San Francisco.

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