Politics Interviews

"Lifeline, bloodline, cut off. For what?"
An interview with Adrienne Hood about her son, Henry "Bub" Green V, who was killed by police in Columbus, Ohio.
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I Have Faith This Country Will Keep Its Doors Open
An interview with Cincinnati, Ohio-based Syrian refugee Ibtisam Masto
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What the Human Spirit Can Endure
An interview with Melissa Fleming, chief spokesperson of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, about Trump's "Muslim ban."
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Period Policy
An interview with "menstrual equity" activist Jennifer Weiss-Wolf
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An Interview with the Activist Sarah Schulman
An interview with the writer, theorist, and activist Sarah Schulman.
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The Utopia and Reality of the Women's March
Janet Mock interviews Bob Bland and Carmen Perez, two leaders of the Women's March on Washington.
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Cheryl Turpin Wants to Help Make Virginia Blue Again
The high school teacher was inspired to run for office after Trump won in her district by less than 1 percent.
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Water Is Life: Four Months at Standing Rock
Eryn Wise, the communications director for the International Indigenous Youth Council, describes her experience.
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Walking Against the Wind
An interview with Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell.
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Transforming Pain Into Power
How activist Marisa Franco helped unseat anti-immigrant Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio.
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Hillary Clinton for President
Unpublished excerpts from Lena Dunham's 2015 interview with HRC.
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The Lenny Interview: MarĂ­a Teresa Kumar, President of Voto Latino
On getting Latinos to vote, and why not voting equals surrender.
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The Lenny Interview: Amanda Nguyen
Nguyen is making sure rape survivors have rights.
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Unsportsmanlike Conduct
Sports journalist Jessica Luther's book looks at the microcosm of college football within the bigger picture of rape culture.
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Misty Snow, the Queen of Firsts
If elected, she'll change the Senate forever.
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Georgia Lerner Is Keeping Women Out of Jail
The Women's Prison Association prefers intervention over incarceration.
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The Lenny Interview: Megan Smith
The chief technology officer of the United States wants to use data to create change.
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You Don't Have to Die to Be Destroyed
Michele Mitchell, the director of The Uncondemned, on documenting the stories of women who testified about the Rwandan genocide.
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"No Relation"
Former Bernie Sanders spokesperson Symone Sanders on her road to the convention.
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How to Save a City Through a Website
The Human Utility is paying Detroit's water bills.
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