Heather Warburton

We’re All Screwed, Have A Muffin

In this classic episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews constitutional scholar Adam Winkler. They talk The Supreme Court, corporate personhood, and how things got this bad. In the US, we talk a lot of the makeup of the supreme court, but one thing that is always a constant is how much the court…

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Red Rosa

In this classic episode of Wine, Women and Revolution, Heather interviews author Kate Evans about her graphic novel Red Rosa. Red Rosa is a graphic novel about the one and only Dr. Rosa Luxemburg.

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Plague Economics

In this classic episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, and Heather welcomes Geoff Ginter about the impacts of COVID on economics. If people would embrace Modern Monetary Theory we could do so much more to ameliorate when disasters like COVID happen.

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Women Rock

In this classic episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews musician Shannon McGill about her experiences with sexism in the music industry.

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Asbury Park, Justice, and George Floyd

In this classic episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews activist Felicia Simmons about the BLM protest in Asbury Park, as well as other organizing work concerning police misconduct and overreach.

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Is Our Energy Future Nuclear

In this somewhat controversial classic episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution. Heather interviews a former nuclear safety officer about if this energy source could be a valid form of energy to help combat catastrophic climate change.

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An Interview With Howie Hawkins

In this classic episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews Green Party presidential candidate Howie Hawkins.

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The Last Of Human Freedoms

In this classic episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews author and ecologist Guy McPherson about his work concerning near term extinction.

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An Interview With Audible Anarchists

In this classic episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews Reddebrek from The Audible Anarchists about their awesome project involving socialist and anarchist literature.

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Food SOVEREIGNTY

In this brand new episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews South Jersey artist and activist Jeff Quattrone. Jeff talks about how his discovery that food could go extinct sparked his activism in food sovereignty. At its roots, food sovereignty is about protecting the rights of people to secure local and culturally appropriate food….

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