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Join Grammy- and Oscar-winning singer/songwriter Paul Williams as he discusses the documentary "Paul Williams: Still Alive." A wistful musical journey that will introduce a new generation to Williams’ soulful classics (“Evergreen” for Barbara Streisand, and “We’ve Only Just Begun” for The Carpenters), the documentary tells the charming story of Stephen Kessler’s lifelong obsession with the former superstar, and what happens when the nostalgic filmmaker finally catches up with him.
 
Subscribe on Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/airgo/id1016530091 A radio show, podcast, and radical media hub showcasing culture workers reshaping Chicago for the more equitable and creative. Listen to longform humanizing conversations with artists, organizers, performers, comedians, scholars, and more who are reimagining Chicago and beyond toward liberation. Hosted by Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger.
 
This classic story by Margery Williams, published in 1922, imparts the timeless message that toys need not be expensive or modern to be appreciated. Through giving and receiving love, even a commonplace stuffed animal can become real in the eyes of a child. This recording, read by a mother and daughter, is dedicated to Barbara Bear, who is real.Read by Barbara Bear and Mama Bear
 
George Bernard Shaw's Major Barbara focuses on the family of aristocratic Lady Britomart Undershaft and her estranged husband Andrew, a millionaire armaments manufacturer. Their daughters Sarah and Barbara are both engaged to be married, and Lady Britomart decides to ask Andrew for monetary support. Barbara is a Major in the Salvation Army, and agrees to let her father visit the mission in the East End of London where she works. In exchange, she agrees to visit his munitions factory. The con ...
 
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AirGo is excited to present The Mentorship Suite, a series of episodes exploring the joys, contradictions, and radical possibilities of this often fraught term. On this episode, we have the honor and privilege to talk with the person who most directly shaped our commitment to movement, humanity, and liberation: the inimitable Kesho Scott. A former …
 
AirGo is partnering with UIC's Social Justice Initiative to present The Sawyer Seminar, a series of conversations hosted by UIC scholars entitled Radical Care, Real Alternatives. On this second episode, we hear from Nik Theodore, a professor at UIC and Director of the UIC Center for Urban Economic Development, and AirGo fam Rich Wallace, who is the…
 
We're very excited to announce that Climate Changemakers is returning for Season 2! A partnership between AirGo and Elevate, an organization that seeks to create a just and equitable world in which everyone has clean and affordable heat, power, and water in their homes and communities, Climate Changemakers features conversations with Environmental …
 
AirGo is excited to present The Mentorship Suite, a series of episodes exploring the joys, contradictions, and radical possibilities of this often fraught term. On this episode, we travel into the AirGo origin story to talk with the professor who brought us together–the brilliant Shanna Benjamin. An incredibly significant mentor for both Dame and K…
 
AirGo is excited to present The Mentorship Suite, a series of episodes exploring the joys, contradictions, and radical possibilities of this often fraught term. On this episode, we talk with Tanji Harper, the Artistic Director of youth dance ensemble and organization The Happiness Club. Tanji breaks down how ego disrupts care for young folks, the w…
 
AirGo is excited to present The Mentorship Suite, a series of episodes exploring the joys, contradictions, and radical possibilities of this often fraught term. We kick it off with the suite's co-curator Jacinda Bullie, who is the co-founder of youth arts and healing organization Kuumba Lynx. Jacinda breaks down why she bristles at the term "mentor…
 
Read the transcript of this episode here: https://drive.google.com/file/u/2/d/1afPC0oxn3Q98vqnGMECaD8Mj8feZ7-Jl/view?usp=sharingAirGo is partnering with UIC's Social Justice Initiative to present The Sawyer Seminar, a series of conversations hosted by UIC scholars entitled Radical Care, Real Alternatives. On the first episode, we're sharing a talk …
 
This bonus episode features audio from a virtual event on 2/24/21, hosted by Chicago DSA and the DSA AfroSOC caucus in conversation with members of the #StopGeneralIron hunger strike. For the past 27 days, Southeast Side residents have been on a hunger strike to demand the City of Chicago deny the final permit for an environmentally destructive rec…
 
On this bonus episode, we're sharing the audio from the launch event of the Chicago Police Torture Archive. The Archive is the first human rights archive documenting the violence and terror levied against more than 100 Black men under notorious Commander Jon Burge and his “Midnight Crew” from the 1970s-1990s. Over the course of the event, which was…
 
AirGo is excited to present The Notebook Suite, a series of conversations with writers about liberation, craft, and radical imagination co-curated by poet Nate Marshall. In this final episode of the suite, Nate comes back on the show to debrief the six amazing conversations we had with Natalie Y. Moore, Elizabeth Mendez Berry, Jamilah Lemieux, Hani…
 
AirGo is excited to present The Notebook Suite, a series of conversations with writers about liberation, craft, and radical imagination co-curated by poet Nate Marshall. This episode features return guest adrienne maree brown, a writer, movement worker, facilitator, and thinker who has deeply shifted the philosophies and tactics of contemporary lib…
 
AirGo is excited to present The Notebook Suite, a series of conversations with writers about liberation, craft, and radical imagination co-curated by poet Nate Marshall. On this volume of the suite, the guys welcome back AirGo alum Hanif Abdurraqib. Hanif is a poet, essayist, and cultural critic from Columbus, Ohio who is the author of five books, …
 
The guys get to chop it up with the ebullient and brilliant Jamilah Lemieux. Jamilah is a writer, editor, and social critic who has been a leading voice in the popularization of Black feminism over the last decade, shifting the conversation through her blogging; contributions to Essence, Mic, The Guardian, Colorlines, The Washington Post, The Colum…
 
On this bonus episode, listen to audio from an IG Live on 1/15, in which the guys break down the Behind the Scenes of their interview with the legendary Angela Davis.SHOW NOTESBecome an AirGo Amplifier - airgoradio.com/donateRate and review AirGo - podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/airgo/id1016530091Check out another wonderful podcast, The Lit Review, …
 
Yup, it's real–we can't believe it either. The guys have the extraordinary privilege and honor of talking with legendary Black revolutionary Angela Davis. She discusses her experience this summer during uprising, the remarkable popularization of abolition, the significance of addressing gender violence and inequality in the fight for liberation, an…
 
Each month this year, we're going to revisit an episode from the 260+ episodes in the AirGo Archives and bring that conversation back to the forefront. For the final #GoBack of the year, we're excited to share the first conversation we ever had on the air in Chicago, a week before the first official episode of AirGo. We tried to find our rhythm and…
 
AirGo is excited to present The Notebook Suite, a series of conversations with writers about liberation, craft, and radical imagination co-curated by poet Nate Marshall. On this last episode of 2020, we get to learn from Elizabeth Mendez Berry. Elizabeth is an editor, writer, and funder who is currently the Vice President and Executive Editor of On…
 
Our movement has been fighting hard to #DefundPolice all year long! As we come to the end of 2020, the #DefundCPD Campaign hosted a celebration and discussion on December 16 at 6pm CT about the campaign so far, featuring #DefundCPD campaign organizers in conversation with abolitionist organizer Mariame Kaba, and special guests from other defund pol…
 
AirGo is excited to present The Notebook Suite, a series of conversations with writers about liberation, craft, and radical imagination co-curated by poet Nate Marshall. On this episode, we have the pleasure of talking with Chicago legend, WBEZ journalist, and writer Natalie Y. Moore. The author of popular and necessary books The South Side, Almigh…
 
AirGo is excited to present The Notebook Suite, a series of conversations with writers about liberation, craft, and radical imagination. We kick the series off by chopping it up with brilliant poet and suite co-curator Nate Marshall. Author of poetry collections Finna and Wild Hundreds, Nate is a longtime friend of the show and professor at Colorad…
 
You're invited to an AirGo Listening Party with old friend, vocalist, and stellar human theMIND! A Philly native and longtime Chicagoan, he just dropped a gorgeous and soul-enriching new project entitled Don't Let It Go To Your Head. In the first edition of our new Listening Party series, we go through a few tracks on the album together and talk ab…
 
Climate Changemakers is a podcast series showcasing and celebrating leaders in equity work and climate action across Illinois, presented in celebration of the 20th anniversary of nonprofit organization Elevate Energy.On this eighth and final episode of Climate Changemakers, Dame and Daniel are joined by Olga Bautista of the Chicago Southeast Side C…
 
In the midst of a pandemic, Mayor Lightfoot is threatening to punish aldermen and the communities they represent if they do not vote for her racist and regressive budget. There is a lot to unpack, from Lori increasing the share of funding for the police department to her telling the Black Caucus that voting against her budget means they shouldn’t e…
 
On this bonus episode, we're partnering with our good friends over at the Chicago Community Bond Fund to share a collage of audio from a series of virtual townhalls hosted by the Coalition to End Money Bond. Recorded this fall, the conversations explored the different imperatives for ending money bail, and connected elected representatives with law…
 
Each month this year, we're going to revisit an episode from the 260+ episodes in the AirGo Archives and bring that conversation back to the forefront. This month, we're revisiting one of the most impactful moments in modern social movement history–the encampment at Standing Rock in 2016. Kiss and a cohort of other Chicago folks brought supplies fr…
 
A little love from AirGo resident DJ Kiss aka DJ Empathy, who brings you this amorous mix full of serenades, laments, soul sharing, and bops. Fun fact: this mix is named for the "love tapes" that his dad used to make for his mom when they were dating. Fall in love with this soundtrack!Music in this mix:Donnie Outthaway - SminoEa'alah - Spillage Vil…
 
Unelectable is an live podcast event series that engages electoral politics through the filter of radical imagination. Come chop it up with us, imagine new worlds, and help us build our Unelectable platform!AirGo and Black Youth Project are using the 2020 election cycle to have tangible conversations about impactful issues dismissed as being too bi…
 
On October 21st, Lori Lightfoot addressed Chicago and let us know where her priorities lie. She ignored 87% of Chicagoans that took the budget survey and instead advocated for increased police spending and ensured she allocated plenty of $ for her 13 press aides.After the CPD Budget Hearing on 10/29, join #DefundCPD organizers Kennedy (@uwfillinois…
 
Each month this year, we're going to revisit an episode from the 260+ episodes in the AirGo Archives and bring that conversation back to the forefront. This week, we're heading back to 2015 to talk with one of the best singers of we've ever heard. When 16 year-old Ravyn Lenae came up to the WHPK studio, she had recently released her first EP Moon S…
 
Climate Changemakers is a podcast series showcasing and celebrating leaders in equity work and climate action across Illinois, presented in celebration of the 20th anniversary of nonprofit organization Elevate Energy.On this penultimate episode of Climate Changemakers, Damon and Daniel talk with artist, community builder, and Chicago gem Tonika Lew…
 
AirGo is excited to present The Education Suite, a collection of episodes focusing on the liberatory histories and futures of education. This suite is co-curated by AirGo fam and general genius Eve Ewing, a professor and poet whose work is at the forefront of public conversation around the ways our education system has harmed Black and Brown young …
 
Recently, the guys very carefully and joyously headed to an isolated house in Wisconsin for a planning and decompression weekend with movement stalwarts and wonderful spirits Trina Reynolds-Tyler and Maira Khwaja. We turned the mics on toward the end of the weekend to talk about the last time the four of us hung out, what we learned, and some of wh…
 
AirGo is excited to present The Education Suite, a collection of episodes focusing on the liberatory histories and futures of education. This suite is co-curated by AirGo fam and general genius Eve Ewing, a professor and poet whose work is at the forefront of public conversation around the ways our education system has harmed Black and Brown young …
 
On the eve of Lori Lightfoot’s budget speech, Bella BAHHS (@bellabahhs) and Damon Williams (@damon_af) address the inherent violence within our political systems and discuss how defunding the police is a step toward getting our people and communities what they need. #DefundCPD #DefendBlackLivesThis audio is from an IG Live between Damon and Bella B…
 
AirGo is excited to present The Education Suite, a collection of episodes focusing on the liberatory histories and futures of education. This suite is co-curated by AirGo fam and general genius Eve Ewing, a professor and poet whose work is at the forefront of public conversation around the ways our education system has harmed Black and Brown young …
 
AirGo is excited to present The Education Suite, a collection of episodes focusing on the liberatory histories and futures of education. This suite is co-curated by AirGo fam and general genius Eve Ewing, a professor and poet whose work is at the forefront of public conversation around the ways our education system has harmed Black and Brown young …
 
Each month this year, we're going to revisit an episode from the 260+ episodes in the AirGo Archives and bring that conversation back to the forefront. This month, we're revisiting our convo with Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia, the legendary duo behind the underground radio show that first brought many of hip hop's biggest stars onto the airw…
 
Climate Changemakers is back, baby! Dame and Kiss return for another three conversations with some of Illinois' most impactful environmental justice and sustainability movement workers, showcasing their work and sharing what lessons they've learned. This episode is with Ramon Etc. aka Radius, the founder of the Love Fridge Chicago, a mutual aid net…
 
AirGo is excited to present The Education Suite, a collection of episodes focusing on the liberatory histories and futures of education. This suite is co-curated by AirGo fam and general genius Eve Ewing, a professor and poet whose work is at the forefront of public conversation around the ways our education system has harmed Black and Brown young …
 
Sometimes you just gotta celebrate the 🐐. On this edition of our Cottage Groove series, Kiss aka DJ Empathy brings together a whole bunch of deep cuts and collabs between the brilliant Saba, Noname, and Smino. The trio, who by forming the group Ghetto Sage recently joined the hip hop lineage of starting supergroups that don't follow through with al…
 
AirGo is excited to present The Education Suite, a collection of episodes focusing on the liberatory histories and futures of education. This suite is co-curated by AirGo fam and general genius Eve Ewing, a professor and poet whose work is at the forefront of public conversation around the ways our education system has harmed Black and Brown young …
 
AirGo is excited to launch The Education Suite, a collection of episodes focusing on the liberatory histories and futures of education. This suite is co-curated by AirGo fam and general genius Eve Ewing, a professor and poet whose work is at the forefront of public conversation around the ways our education system has harmed Black and Brown young p…
 
The Chicago Community Bond Fund (CCBF) pays bond for people charged with crimes in Cook County, Illinois. Through a revolving fund, CCBF supports individuals whose communities cannot afford to pay the bonds themselves and who have been impacted by structural violence. They have been remarkable contributors to Chicago's abolitionist movement since t…
 
Each month this year, we're going to revisit an episode from the 200+ episodes in the AirGo Archives and bring that conversation back to the forefront. This month, we're returning to our conversation with poet, artist, and filmmaker Fatimah Asghar from March 2016. Fati has since moved deeper into the film world, cocreating hit web series Brown Girl…
 
NOTE: This bonus episode is audio from a virtual event on 7/29, presented by the Black Abolitionist Network, Chicago Teachers Union, National Nurses United, Physicians for a National Health Program Illinois, Haymarket Books, and SEIU 73.COVID-19 has shone a spotlight on the intersection of racism and healthcare in this country. Chronic racist inequ…
 
This is the audio from the 8/5/20 episode of the Hoodoisie, a radical talk show hosted by Ricardo Gamboa. Dame and Kiss were featured guests, alongside:Laura Ramirez, El Foro Del Pueblo - https://edlibrising.com/2017/04/02/our-power-is-in-our-people-dr-laura-ramirez/Hils Franco, Educator/Organizer - https://airgoradio.com/airgo/2018/5/9/episode-136…
 
AirGo hosts the second volume of Unelectable, our live podcast series with Black Youth Project exploring electoral politics and radical imagination, as part of Allied Media Conference 2020! The live virtual event's focus is Feminism, and features Unelectable cohost Asha Ransby-Sporn, environmental justice organizer Siwatu-Salama Ra, and Detroit mov…
 
Madi Williamson and Leena Zahra of In-Sight Collaborative share their mission of improving humanitarian aid by promoting autonomy and dignity among displaced populations. They discuss their experiences working on the ground in refugee camps in Greece and what drew them to this line of work. Interview by Krishna S. Kulkarni, Outreach Coordinator for…
 
Each month this year, we're going to revisit an episode from the 200+ episodes in the AirGo Archives and bring that conversation back to the forefront. This month, we're celebrating the 4-year anniversary of Freedom Square, a 41-day encampment led by the #LetUsBreathe Collective across from the Homan Square CPD blacksite. Recorded during the second…
 
We bookend this set of episodes in the Abolition suite by giving some updates on upcoming opportunities to be involved, detailing some Chicago-based wins that emerged over the last couple days to help us all balance the weight of this moment, and sharing the 14 principles that Chicago-based abolition movement workers have developed to guide the wor…
 
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