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Terry Tempest Williams, author of "When Women Were Birds."
Environmentalist Gus Speth, author of "America the Possible: Manifesto for a New Economy."
The spoken word artist Saul Williams.
Selma James, a leader in the women's rights movement, especially on wages for housework.
Doug Bradley, author of "DEROS Vietnam: Dispatches from the Air-Conditioned Jungle."
Barbara Miner, author of "Lessons from the Heartland: A Turbulent Half-Century of Public Education in an Iconic American City."
Univ. of Wisconsin geology professor Jack Williams discusses global warming.
Sister Simone Campbell, who helped organize the "Nuns on the Bus."
Nick Turse, author of "Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam."
Oliver Stone and Peter Kuznick, who brought you "The Untold History of the United States."
Pepe Palacios, gay rights activist in Honduras.
Temple University professor Heather Ann Thompson talks about Attica and the criminal justice system.
Prof. Barbara Ransby, author of "Eslanda: The Large and Unconventional Life of Mrs. Paul Robeson."
Ruth Conniff, subbing for Matt Rothschild, interviews Arundhati Roy this week.
Dean Strang, author of "Worse than the Devil: Anarchists, Clarence Darrow, and Justice in a Time of Terror."
Michael Brune, executive director of the Sierra Club.
Gary Segura, Professor of American Politics and Chair of Chicano/a Studies in the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity at Stanford University.
Gar Alperovitz, author of "What Then Must We Do?"
Folksinger Holly Near talks about Chile, Ronnie Gilbert, climate change, the power of music and more.
Matt's final guest on Progressive Radio is the great Latin American writer, Eduardo Galeano, author most recently of "Children of the Days."
Benjamin Busch, author of his war memoir, "Dust to Dust."
Gene Matthews, a progressive missionary who spent decades in South Korea.
Jonathan Balcombe, animal rights activist.
Ann Cooper, "the renegade lunch lady."
Spoken word artist Mark Gonzales.