Jack Tchen, professor of Public History & Humanities and director at the Clement Price Institute on Ethnicity, Culture and the Modern Experience at Rutgers University Newark and Cara Page, grassroots organizing director of the Anti-Eugenics Project and founding director of the cultural memory project, Changing Frequencies talk about reckoning with how eugenicist ideals are still wrapped up in current social structures, and discuss their work toward what they call an anti-eugenics future.
What's In NYC's Delivery Worker Bill
This week New York's City Council passed a nation-leading slate of bills to improve working conditions faced by the city's food delivery workers, including minimum payments required for workers, a maximum distance per delivery, and access to restaurant bathrooms.
Ligia Guallpa, director of the Workers Justice Project, and Hildalyn Colón Hernández, Director of Policy & Strategic Partnerships at Los Deliveristas talk about the fight to get to this point and where work still needs to be done.
Who Will Replace Angela Merkel?
Rob Schmitz, NPR's international correspondent based in Berlin, discusses Sunday's election results as Germany votes for a new chancellor and talks about the legacy that Chancellor Angela Merkel leaves behind.
Call-in: New York's Healthcare Worker & the Vaccine Mandate Deadline
Today is the day New York State's COVID vaccine mandate goes into effect for healthcare workers. Doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers, call in to talk about whether you're worried about staffing shortages, or whether you're prepared to lose your job (if you are unvaccinated).
Monday Morning Politics With Patrick Gaspard
Patrick Gaspard, president and chief executive officer of the Center for American Progress and former US ambassador to South Africa, talks about the latest on Haitian migrants and the United States' immigration policy, plus other national political news.