My guest this week is Dalia Landau, an Israeli activist for reconciliation with Palestinians. Her story is recounted in The Lemon Tree.
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Matt Rothschild interviews activists, scholars, and artists who are making the world a better place. Recent guests include Cindy Sheehan, Camilo Mejia, Laura Flanders, Jim Hightower, and Junot Diaz.
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My guest this week is Alejandra Juarez, an activist with the Alliance for a Just Immigration Policy and with the Emergency Labor Network.
My guest this week is Luis Rodriguez, author of "It Calls You Back: An Odyssey Through Love, Addiction, Revolutions, and Healing."
My guest this week is William Greider, the National Affairs Correspondent for "The Nation" magazine.
My guest this week is Sonia Nazario, author of "Enrique's Journey."
My guests this week are Sarah Bishop, the U.S. coordinator of the U.S.-El Salvador Sister Cities Network, and Agustin Menjibar of the Association for the Development of El Salvador.
My guest today is James Carroll, the award-winning columnist for the Boston Globe.
My guest today is Mara Hvistendahl, author of Unnatural Selection: Choosing Boys over Girls, and the Consequences of a World Full of Men.
My guest this week is Susan Saladoff, the producer and director of a great new documentary debunking "tort reform" called “Hot Coffee.”
My guest this week is Cheri Honkala, who founded the Kensington Welfare Rights Union and is now running for sheriff of Philadelphia as a Green.
My guest this week is Paul Street, author of the book Crashing the Tea Party: Mass Media and the Campaign to Remake American Politics.
My guest this week is Tom Hayden, discussing activism from the 1960s to Wisconsin.
My guest this week is Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst turned peace activist.
My guest this week is Jodie Evans, co-founder of CodePink.
My guest this week is Timothy Messer-Kruse, author of The Trial of the Haymarket Anarchists: Terrorism and Justice in the Gilded Age.