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Sep 29, 2012

Robin explains why WMC Live’s move to a new day and time on CBS is a homecoming to a previous life and career, and speaks with columnist Connie Schultz about Ohio as the front line of fair voting; California Representative Barbara Lee on the Congressional Black Caucus and women; and actress, activist, author,...


Sep 26, 2012

Egyptian-American journalist Mona Eltahawy was arrested yesterday for allegedly defacing a controversial ad in a Times Square subway station. During her last interview prior to her arrest, she spoke passionately with Robin about anti-Muslim sentiment and the fight for justice and freedom.

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Sep 23, 2012

Robin discusses the Mars Curiosity rover and gender in space, and speaks with Patti Chang of the Feed the Hunger Foundation on the topic of philanthropy for women; Shelby Knox, young feminist organizer, on the topics of online organizing and media myths on young feminism and women's equality; and Mona Eltahawy,...


Sep 16, 2012

Robin discusses myths and spin from the right on why unions must be destroyed and why teachers are the enemy, and speaks with Ellen Snortland, women's and girls' self-defense advocate and author of the book Beauty Bites Beast; Karen Lewis, president of the Chicago teachers' union whose members will vote today on...


Sep 9, 2012

Robin discusses personhood, as it applies to corporations and embryos—but not quite so much to women, Native Americans, or African-American slaves of the antebellum American South—and finds in the Constitution a perplexing suggestion that the taxes one pays (or doesn't) may be deeply linked to whether, or how...