Heather Warburton

AC 411 with Henry Green

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews Atlantic City activist Henry Green. They talk about everything from Henry’s run for office, to cannabis legalization, to the Green Party, to Steve Young and the Expressway 7. Henry also highlights his new show AC 411 where he is back with his longtime friend and…

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Drag Queens and Beauty Queens with Laurie Green

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution Heather interviews activist and author Laurie Greene. Laurie wrote the book “Drag Queens and Beauty Queens”

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New Jersey Abolitionist Collective

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews 3 women from the New Jersey Abolitionist Collective. Heather’s former intern and show writer Leah also joined the interview. NJAC strives to bring the message of police abolition to South Jersey and across the state. Also, they push back against the reformists. Finally they act…

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Rust Belt Femme

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews author Raechel Anne Jolie about her book “Rust Belt Femme”. In her book Raechel explores the intersection of gender identity and socioeconomic status. Her coming of age memoir follows her journey through alternative culture, activism, and the punk scene to becoming her fabulous femme working-class…

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A Is For Activism

In this episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution, Heather interviews 2 badass women activist. The twist of this episode is they are mother and daughter. They discuss their family and how activism impacts their family. They talk about what inspired them to be activists, and if activism runs in families.

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5000KM From Sweden To Palestine

In this classic episode of Wine, Women, and Revolution Heather interviews Benjamin Ladraa about Palestine. Benjamin recently completed an amazing journey. He walked 5000KM from his home in Sweden to Palestine. He journeyed to bring attention to the issue of Palestinian rights and Israeli occupation. In the end, He learned people are really nice. No…

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Women Speak Out

On Sunday September 20th, An amazing group of women came together to talk about politics and activism outside the 2 party system. The panel was organized by Madelyn Hoffman and hosted by Wine, Women, and Revolution’s own Heather Warburton. The women ranged the gamut on activism from healthcare, to early childhood education, to Palestinian rights,…

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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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