Saturday on This is Hell!
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9:10 - Historian Carol Anderson surveys a long history of White rage in the face of Black progress.
Carol is author of White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide from Bloomsbury.
10:00 - Live from Yangon, Sean Gleeson explores Myanmar's first months under Aung San Suu Kyi.
Sean will be making his first Irregular Correspondent report from Yangon, talking about his Frontier Myanmar article The Sanctions Saga.
10:25 - Our Man in London, David Skalinder files one last report from the UK, fittingly on the Brexit vote.
David will be on the phone with us while movers are hauling away his stuff, which adds an appropriate vibe to the whole report.
10:40 - Access Now's Peter Micek explains the stakes in the battle against internet shutdowns.
Pete's organization, Access Now just launched the #KeepItOn campaign.
11:05 - Writer Sally Denton surveys the complex military and industrial history of the Bechtel corporation.
Sally is author of the Simon & Schuster book The Profiteers: Bechtel and the Men Who Built the World.
12:05 - The Undercommoning collective make the case for a radical rethinking of the university.
Undercommoning's Max, Cassie and Brianne will be talking about their ROAR Magazine article Undercommoning within, against and beyond the university-as-such.
12:40 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen tells us what it's like to drink blood from a skull.
Sounds like Jeff's newfound Hillary support must have ended its begrudging phase.