Laura Flanders Show

THE LAURA FLANDERS SHOW is an award-winning public affairs series that reports on community-led initiatives across the U.S. creating a more inclusive society. Host Laura Flanders - a New York broadcast journalist, author and contributing writer to The Nation - talks with experts and people on the front lines of artistic, cultural, social and economic movements. Each episode blends reporting with in-depth interviews of leaders in the arts and small business world, profiling individuals and organizations uplifting and revitalizing their communities.

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Recent and Upcoming Airings

11.29/4 10:30 am 11.29/11 10:30 am 11.29/18 10:30 am 11.29/25 10:30 am
Abbott Elementary Teaches Us All: Sheryl Lee Ralph & Joyce Abbott 11.39/4 6:00 am
Beating Poverty by Investing in Teachers: A Labor Story for May Day 11.38/7 6:00 am
Collective Real Estate: Land Without Landlords? 11.38/28 6:00 am
Community Safety in a Time of Insurrection 11.28/7 10:30 am
Community Wealth Building: An Economic Reset 11.39/18 6:00 am
Congressman Jamie Raskin On January 6th: After a Failed Coup, a Successful One? 11.38/21 6:00 am
Did a Summer Camp Help Spark a Disability Revolution? 11.28/28 10:30 am
Dollars and Democracy: Participatory Budgeting 11.39/25 6:00 am
Freedom for Women Requires Abolition Feminism: Suzanne Pharr & Beth Richie 11.28/21 10:30 am
Imara Jones: The Anti-Trans Hate Machine 11.39/11 6:00 am
Lisa Graves: The Extremist Revolution & Democracy Hanging by a Thread 11.38/14 6:00 am
This New Cooperative Business Model Could Change Everything 11.28/14 10:30 am