Podcasts, like magazines and memes, are a field of struggle. Jacobin has waged valiant battle over the latter two in recent years, but have largely left the former to our class enemies. This year, that changes.
In 2017, Jacobin will be stepping up our audio game. We will be hosting several podcasts and posting recordings from our issue release events, author book talks, panel discussions, and more.
One of the podcasts we are hosting is the Dig, hosted by journalist and Jacobin contributor Daniel Denvir. The Dig is off and running — you can listen to its newest episode, featuring Nicholas Espíritu from the National Immigration Law Center and Linda Sarsour, executive director of the Arab American Association of New York and co-chair of the Women’s March on Washington, on iTunes or at Blubrry.
We’ll also be hosting a podcast by organizer and writer RL Stephens and myself, and another by Suzi Weissman.