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The need for radical imagination:

  • Why #radicalimagination? It fuels the will & strengthens the ability of activists to upend old assumptions & topple the structures that hold millions of people back. Be rad and tune in to the podcast RadicalImagination.us w/@agb4equity 
     
  • Why #radicalimagination? It can spark the creation of equitable economies, a new social order & sweeping public policies that build and sustain a truly inclusive society. Be rad and tune in to the podcast RadicalImagination.us w/@agb4equity
     
  • What does it mean to have #radicalimagination? It means thinking big, demanding better, and redefining the terms of the struggle that get us to equity.  Be rad. Subscribe to the podcast RadicalImagination.us w/@agb4equity

Radical Imagination, the podcast

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  • The #radicalimagination podcast, hosted by@policylink @agb4equity, features in-depth interviews w/thinkers & changemakers on issues from police abolition to water equity. Bold ideas. Important stories. RadicalImagination.us
     
  • The #radicalimagination podcast, hosted by@policylink Founder-in-Residence @agb4equity, features in-depth interviews w/thinkers & changemakers on issues from reparations to universal basic income. Bold ideas. RadicalImagination.us
     
  • The #radicalimagination podcast, hosted by@policylink Founder-in-Residence @agb4equity, features in-depth interviews w/thinkers & changemakers on issues from climate migrants to open borders. Bold ideas. RadicalImagination.us
     
  • Imagine a different path forward. Subscribe to #radicalimagination the podcast, w/ host @agb4equity for bold audacious stories & solutions about some of our most urgent challenges. 

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At last year’s PolicyLink Equity Summit, Angela Glover Blackwell moderated the opening plenary, “Our Power: Radical Imagination Fueling Change.” Plenary speakers included equity advocates and mission-driven leaders from across multiple sectors who shared a similar message:  to manifest the power of our equity agenda requires radical imagination that fuels the audacity to envision—and create—a new and better world for all.

Today, we're excited to launch the podcast, Radical Imagination.

The debut season confronts the challenging issues facing our nation. (SEE LIST OF EPISODES)  In each episode, I will be in conversation with creative thinkers and changemakers whose stories and experiences reveal  courageous vision and expansive solutions for radical and equitable change.  

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Episode 1: Open Borders

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  • NOW LISTENING: @policylink, the new "Radical Imagination" podcast explores the issues, policies + actions needed to drive #equity + inclusion 4 all. Check out Ep. 1 on "Open Borders" hosted by @agb4equity w/ guests @fmanjoo + @PuebloSF's Roberto Corona, radicalimagination.us
     
  • Learning so much from Ep. 1 of @policylink's debut "Radical Imagination" podcast, featuring host @agb4equity in conversation with @NYTimes  Columnist @fmanjoo + @PuebloSF's Roberto Corona talking Open Borders. TUNE IN + SUBSCRIBE: radicalimagination.us
     
  • "For millennia we have been migrating. We need to eat, we need shelter, we need to be healthy. So if we do not have that where we live, or safety, we have to go. We go somewhere else and try to find it."-- @PuebloSF's Roberto Corona. Hear More @ https://radicalimagination.us/episodes/open-borders
     
  • "If you start to close yourself off to change, you close yourself off to all of the amazing possibilities that the rest of the world can bring us." @fmanjoo, https://radicalimagination.us/episodes/open-borders

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  • Have you checked out the new "Radical Imagination" podcast?  This debut series​ from PolicyLink​takes a deep dive into the issues, policies and actions needed to create a more equitable and inclusive society for ALL OF US. 

    Visit radicalimagination.us to hear episode one​--​an enlightening discussion on "Open Borders" with host Angela Glover Blackwell and guests Farhad Manjoo, columnist at the New York Times; and Roberto Corona, who's activist organization Pueblo Sin Fronteras escorted the migrant caravan from Central America.
     
  • ​I'm so excited about PolicyLink's new podcast "Radical Imagination", which launched officially this week! Hosted by visionary equity leader Angela Glover Blackwell, the series takes on urgent issues like open borders, reparations, police abolition, universal basic income, and more. Tune in and subscribe at radicalimagination.us

Episode 2: Police Abolition

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  • TUNE IN: @policylink's new "Radical Imagination" podcast explores the issues, policies + actions needed to drive #equity + inclusion 4 all. Ep. 2 out now tackles "Police Abolition" w/ host @agb4equity ft. guests @fmsupreme + @Center4PE's Rachel Herzing >> radicalimagination.us
     
  • So many valuable insights from @policylink's new "Radical Imagination" podcast! Hosted by @agb4equity, Ep. 2 features in-depth dialogue w/ Activist @FMSupreme + @Center4PE Co-Director Rachel Herzing on the topic of Police Abolition. TUNE IN + SUBSCRIBE: radicalimagination.us

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  • What is Police Abolition and how would this look like in theory vs. practice? The new PolicyLink “Radical Imagination” podcast dives into this topic in episode two out now. Check out this enlightening discussion led by PolicyLink Founder-In-Residence and host Angela Glover Blackwell and featuring Hip Hop Artist and Activist Jessica Disu aka “FM Supreme” and Center for Political Education Co-Director Rachel Herzing. LISTEN NOW: radicalimagination.us
     
  • Have you checked out the new "Radical Imagination" podcast?  Hosted by PolicyLink Founder-In-Residence Angela Glover Blackwell, this debut series​​ takes a deep dive into the issues, policies and actions needed to create a more equitable and inclusive society for ALL OF US.  After a great episode last week on open borders, “Radical Imagination” is back with another insightful discussion on Police Abolition. Tune in and subscribe at radicalimagination.us

  
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  • What is #PoliceAbolition? What does it look like in theory vs. practice? Is it the key to transforming America’s criminal #justice system? Check out Episode 2 of the new PolicyLink #podcast “Radical Imagination”, where we explore #innovative policy solutions to society’s most pressing social issues. #TuneIn: radicalimagination.us #radical #imagination #nowlistening #equity #humanrights #socialjustice 
     
  • Excited to hear the 2nd episode of PolicyLink's new "Radical Imagination" #podcast on #PoliceAbolition! Truly enlightening conversation on the topic w/ host @agb4equity and guests @fmsupreme + @Center4PE's Rachel Herzing. Listen Now: radicalimagination.us. #justice #massincarceration #radical #imagination #humanrights #equity #socialjustice #racialjustice #subscribe
     

Episode 3: Universal Basic Income

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In Ep. 3 of @policylink's new #RadicalImagination podcast, host @agb4equity talks #UniversalBasicIncome -- an increasingly popular idea in the movement for economic equity. Check out the latest interview w/ Stockton, CA Mayor @MichaelDTubbs. Tune In: >> radicalimagination.us

Recently the City of Stockton, CA became 1st in the nation to test out #UniversalBasicIncome, providing over 100 residents with $500/mo. In Ep. 3 of the #RadicalImagination podcast, hear from Mayor @MichaelDTubbs about this groundbreaking initiative >> radicalimagination.us

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Universal Basic Income. This idea has been gaining significant momentum lately, particularly in the current election cycle. Now one city is putting it to the test by providing 100 of its residents with $500 a month as part of a new privately-funded 18-month initiative. In episode three of the new “Radical Imagination” podcast, PolicyLink Founder-In-Residence and host Angela Glover Blackwell talks with the city’s Mayor Michael D. Tubbs about this groundbreaking effort.  Listen + Learn More: radicalimagination.us

Have you checked out the new "Radical Imagination" podcast?  Hosted by PolicyLink Founder-In-Residence Angela Glover Blackwell, this debut series​​ takes a deep dive into the issues, policies and actions needed to create a more equitable and inclusive society for ALL OF US. After two great episodes on open borders and police abolition, “Radical Imagination” returns with an eye-opening discussion on the topic of Universal Basic Income, shining a spotlight on one U.S. city that’s already putting this concept to work  for its constituents. Tune in now and subscribe at radicalimagination.us

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#UniversalBasicIncome. What does it mean and how can it help drive #economic #inclusion for all? Learn more about the idea gaining significant momentum, and how a young Black U.S. mayor is putting it to the test by providing 100 residents with $500 a month. LISTEN NOW: radicalimagination.us #radical #imagination #humanrights #equity #economy #economics #income #socialjustice #racialjustice #subscribe

After two great episodes on #openborders and #policeabolition, “Radical Imagination” returns with an eye-opening discussion on the topic of #UniversalBasicIncome, shining a spotlight on one U.S. city that’s already putting this concept to work  for its constituents. Check out our interview with @stocktonca Mayor @michaeldtubbs at radicalimagination.us  #radical #imagination #humanrights #equity #economy #economics #income #socialjustice #racialjustice #subscribe

Episode 4: Reparations

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#Reparations. One of the most debated issues of our time + one @policylink takes a closer look at in Ep. 4 of the #RadicalImagination podcast. Listen in as host @agb4equity speaks w/ Mélisande Short-Colomb, whose ancestors were enslaved by Jesuit priests. radicalimagination.us

The #RadicalImagination podcast hosted by @policylink founder-in-residence @agb4equity just keeps getting better! Ep. 4 explores #reparations w/ Mélisande Short-Colomb, whose ancestors were enslaved by Jesuit priests, + @howardu's @analuciaraujo_ TUNE IN: radicalimagination.us

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#Reparations. It’s one of the most debated issues of our time and a topic that Policylink takes a closer look at in the 4th episode of the new “Radical Imagination” podcast. Listen in as host Angela Glover Blackwell speaks with Mélisande Short-Colomb -- a descendant of the enslaved people who were sold by the Jesuit owners of Georgetown University -- and Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo, who’s a professor at Howard University and author of Reparations for Slavery (2017). LISTEN NOW: radicalimagination.us

The new  “Radical Imagination” podcast hosted by PolicyLink Founder-In-Residence Angela Glover Blackwell just keeps getting better! After covering timely issues like open borders, police abolition and universal basic income, Episode 4 now dives into reparations with Mélisande Short-Colomb, whose ancestors were enslaved by Jesuit priests and Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo, Professor at Howard University who’s also written extensively on the topic. TUNE IN + SUBSCRIBE: radicalimagination.us

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#Reparations. One of the most debated issues of our time + a topic that @policylink takes a closer look at in Ep. 4 of the #RadicalImagination #podcast. Listen in as host Angela Glover Blackwell speaks w/ Mélisande Short-Colomb, a descendant of the enslaved people who were sold by the Jesuit owners of Georgetown University, and @Howard1867 professor @araujohistorian. LISTEN NOW >>>> Radicalimagination.us #radical #imagination #humanrights #equity #economy #economics #socialjustice #racialjustice #subscribe

After covering timely issues like open borders, police abolition and universal basic income, Episode 4 of the #RadicalImagination #podcast now dives into #reparations with Mélisande Short-Colomb, whose ancestors were enslaved by Jesuit priests, and Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo, Professor at @Howard1867 who’s also written extensively on the topic. TUNE IN + SUBSCRIBE: radicalimagination.us  #radical #imagination #humanrights #equity #economy #economics #income #socialjustice #racialjustice #subscribe