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Great Interviews Included KBOO’s Recovery Zone in Portland
KGNU’s Hemispheres in Boulder/Denver
A Two-Part Interview on KPFK’s Uprising with Sonali in L.A.
KALW-FM’s Your Call, KPFA’s Living Room, & Mutiny Radio’s
The Common Thread Collective in the Bay Area
1/4 The Big Picture with Tom Hartmann (National TV)
1/6 Boston Community TV/People’s Platform (taped 12/17)
1/10 WBZ / UpFront with Chris Citorik (Boston Radio, syndicated in 38 States)-Interview with Greg & Lisa Owens Pinto
1/12 Thom Hartmann Radio Program (National)
1/14 WNYC Radio/Leonard Lopate (NY NPR)-Interview with Greg & activists
1/17 The Vermont Conversation with David Goodman–Interview with Greg
1/21 WVON/Perri Small Show (Chicago)-Live interview with Greg & Jitu Brown at 9:35AM
1/27 KBOO Radio/KBOO’s Recovery Zone-Interview with Greg, Jorge, & Osvaldo Budet Meléndez
2/2 KGNU/Hemispheres (Boulder/Denver radio)-with Greg and Jorge
2/4 KALW-FM/Your Call (San Francisco)-with Greg, Noelle Hanrahan, & Julio Salgado
2/5 KPFA/Living Room (San Francisco). Taped 2/4 with Greg & Jorge
2/5 Mutiny Radio/The Common Thread Collective (SF)-with Greg & Noelle
2/14 C-SPAN/Book TV (National)-Taped Busboys & Poets event on 1/12
2/22 SiriusXM/Stand Up with Pete Dominick (National)-with Greg
March KGNU (Boulder/Denver)-Taped 2/22 with Greg
3/2 KRFG/Class Chronicle (Atlanta)
3/7 Authors on Tour Live–podcast (taped at Tattered Cover on 2/22)
3/10 KGNU/A Public Affair (Boulder/Denver)-Live
3/10 KOPN/Chautauqua (Columbia, MO) (FB promo)
4/7 WBZ Radio/the Bradley Jay Show (Boston Radio, syndicated in 38 States)
4/25 Conscious Talk Radio (National)-Live radio interview with Greg & Gibran.
TK PBS/To The Contrary (National)-Taped interview with Dey on 1/13
1/4/16 Massachusetts Jobs With Justice.net-City Life/Vida Urbana event listing
1/5 Democratic Underground-posted Democracy Now link
1/5 Occupysf.net-posted book description with jacket
1/5 ChicagoActivism.org-posted Democracy Now link
1/5 Bedford&Bowery.com-powerHouse event listing
1/5 OccupySF.net-launch announcement & book description
1/5 Peace News-posted Democracy Now link
1/7 Brokelyn.com–book description & powerHouse listing
1/7 What Really Happened.com-posted Democracy Now link
1/7 Iranian.com–posted Democracy Now link
1/10 nwuboston.org-Harvard Bookstore event cited for drawing “an overflow crowd”
1/13 RH Reality Check-Review
1/17 Boston Globe-Review with photos in Jan Gardner’s column
1/19 Shelf Awareness-review
1/25 The Rumpus–Vroman’s event listing
1/27 Time Out Portland–Event Listing
1/30 PopularResistance.org–Truthout Excerpt
1/30 SF Gate.com–Book Passage event listing
1/31 Marin Independent Journal-Book Passage event listing
2/1 Marin.com–Book Passage event listing
2/6 El BeiSMan.com–Review with images
2/9 Poets & Writers-Green Apple event listing
2/9 Reading Frenzy-“Picks for Black History Month” (w/ book jacket)
2/16 To The Contrary blog-book mention
3/28 Feministing-“Feministing Five” interview with Dey
4/8 Aspen Public Radio website–Explore event listing
Spring 16 Rethinking Schools–Review
4/26 Opportunity Agenda-Article on Creating Change Awards mentions book and calls it “incredible”
Tuesday, January 5th Brooklyn The powerHouse Arena, 7PM
Greg Jobin-Leeds, AgitArte’s Deymirie Hernández and José Jorge Díaz, Race Forward & Colorline’s Rinku Sen, visual artist/cultural organizer Rachel Schragis, United We Dream’s Felipe Sousa-Rodríguez, MIDA’s Isabel Sousa-Rodríguez, LGBTQ activist Che Gossett, oral historian/poet Manissa McCleave Maharawal, Lily Paulina of Rude Mechanical Orchestra, & Prison Radio’s Noelle Hanrahan.
Thursday, January 7th Cambridge Harvard Bookstore, 7PM
Greg Jobin-Leeds, AgitArte’s Deymirie Hernández and José Jorge Díaz, evolutionary leadership facilitator Gibran Rivera, and key artists and organizers from City Life/Vida Urbana, the Schott Foundation for Public Education, & the immigration movement.
Tuesday, January 12th DC Busboys & Poets/Brookland, 6:30PM
Greg Jobin-Leeds, AgitArte’s Deymirie Hernández and José Jorge Díaz, Executive Director of the National LGBTQ Taskforce Rea Carey, & Rob Kampia of the Marijuana Policy Project
Tuesday, January 19th Jamaica Plain City Life/Vida Urbana, 6PM
Greg Jobin-Leeds, AgitArte’s Deymirie Hernández and José Jorge Díaz, evolutionary leadership facilitator Gibran Rivera, and key artists and organizers from City Life/Vida Urbana & the Schott Foundation for Public Education.
Thursday, January 21st Chicago Service Employees’ International Union (SEIU), 5PM
Greg Jobin-Leeds, AgitArte’s Deymirie Hernández and José Jorge Díaz, Journey for Justice Alliance National Director & former Education Organizer for the Kenwood Oakland Community Organization (KOCO) Jitu Brown, the Chicago Teachers’ Union’s Karen Lewis and Jackson Potter, UIC Professor/Director of the Collaborative for Equity and Justice in Education Pauline Lipman, artist/Southerners on New Ground Co-Director Paulina Helm Hernandez, Campaign Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance James Povijua
Friday, January 22nd Chicago Creating Change Conference/ 8:30PM
Featuring the executive director of the LGBTQ Task Force Rea Carey, artist/Southerners on New Ground Co-Director Paulina Helm Hernandez, & Greg Jobin-Leeds, and more!
Books sold on consignment by Barbara’s Bookstore
Monday, January 25th Seattle Elliott Bay, 7PM
Greg Jobin-Leeds, AgitArte’s Deymirie Hernández and José Jorge Díaz
Wednesday, January 27th Portland Reading Frenzy, 7PM
Greg Jobin-Leeds, AgitArte’s Deymirie Hernández and José Jorge Díaz, ChangeLab Senior Partner Scot Nakagawa, writer/performance poet/educator Walidah Imarisha and Sharon Gary-Smith, head of the MRG Foundation, Oregon’s leading social justice funder.
Friday, January 29th LA Vroman’s/Pasadena, 7PM
Greg Jobin-Leeds, AgitArte’s Deymirie Hernández and José Jorge Díaz, Co-Founder of #BlackLivesMatter Patrisse Cullors-Brignac, Director of the Strategy Center Eric Mann, & celebrated author/Freire Scholar/Loyola Marymount University Professor Antonia Darder
Thursday, February 4th SF Marcus Bookstore/Oakland, 7PM
Greg Jobin-Leeds, AgitArte’s Deymirie Hernández and José Jorge Díaz, Prison Radio’s Noelle Harrahan, & ISEEED Co-Founder/SFSU Professor Antwi Akom
*Please note we switched Marcus to 2/4 & Book Passage to 2/5
Friday, February 5th SF Book Passage/Corte Madera, 7PM
Greg Jobin-Leeds, AgitArte’s Deymirie Hernández and José Jorge Díaz, & Prison Radio’s Noelle Hanrahan
Tuesday, February 9th SF Green Apple/Books on the Park, 7:30PM
Greg Jobin-Leeds, AgitArte’s Deymirie Hernández and José Jorge Díaz, artist/CultureStrike Executive Editor Favianna Rodríguez, & Visual Artist/DreamersAdrift.com Co-Founder Julio Salgado.
Tuesday, February 17th Aspen Explore Booksellers, 5:30PM
Monday, February 22nd Denver Tattered Cover/Colfax, 7PM
Wednesday, February 24th Atlanta Charis Books & More
Greg Jobin-Leeds, AgitArte’s Deymirie Hernández and José Jorge Díaz, & Southerners on New Ground Co-Director Paulina Helm Hernandez.
*More to SCHEDULE
CONTACT US if you want to arrange an interview with any of the authors or activists, or organize an event at your bookstore, organization, campus or community.
2016- Events in Miami, Amherst, Manhattan, Philadelphia, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Salt Lake, Little Rock, Jackson, Lexington, and more to be scheduled.
Jill Siegel, JSPR