Episode # 72: Open Your Mouths for the Muted; Fight for the Rights of the Destitute with Randolph Stone

Randolph Stone

This political moment—complex, contradictory, characterized by escalating crises—urges us to focus our attention on movement building. Beyond campaigns, projects, policies, or organizations, we need to find multiple ways to weave our work together into a sturdy quilt, or a mighty and irresistible social upheaval that advances the cause of peace and freedom, joy and justice in our time. I’m joined in conversation with Randolph Stone, a friend, inspiration, “lawyer-for-the-people,” and long-distance runner for justice.  

Featured Poem:

Amistad and Cinque Redux, Elizabeth Alexander

Free write:

What is your origin story, where did it all begin for you?

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