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Michael Zweig: Overcoming the Divisions of Class, Race & Gender

Writer’s Voice

Is identity politics keeping us divided? And how can activists build solidarity with others while fighting for their own rights? We talk with activist, educator and organizer Michael Zweig about his book, Class, Race and Gender: Challenging the Injuries and Divisions of Capitalism.

Then in honor of Spring, Host Francesca Rheannon reads her story, The Sheep’s Blessing. It’s about an encounter in the backcountry of Provence that illuminated the sacred bond between a flock of sheep, a dog and a shepherd.

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Key words: Michael Zweig, class, race, gender, intersectionality, identity politics, podcast, author interview, politics

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