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Coming Up On Interchange – Entertainment Inaction and Consumption Politics


Next time on Interchange, a special show and a unique opportunity for our local listeners. This will be a 90-minute program featuring an interview with Thomas Frank, author of the bestselling What’s the Matter with Kansas?, and most recently, Listen, Liberal: Or, Whatever Happened to the Party of the People?; and a second installment of our series with Rasul Mowatt on “The Sounds of Resistance”–this time on songs that are a part of and critique entertainment activism–often promoting a status quo inaction.

And it’s our Spring Fund Drive. We’re inviting you to Come STAND with WFHB and Interchange April 4th at FARMbloomington from 5 to 8 p.m. for a an Eat & Give listening party. It’s $20 a plate, $10 of which goes to support WFHB and Interchange. RSVP by 9 a.m. on Tuesday, 4/4.

Details are available at at the WFHB events page on Facebook.

Thomas Frank is the author of Pity the Billionaire, The Wrecking Crew, and What’s the Matter with Kansas? He is also a former columnist for The Wall Street Journal, Harper’s Magazine, the founding editor for The Baffler, and 2005 winner of the Eugene V. Debs award.

dj-rasul Rasul Mowatt is Associate Professor of American Studies and Associate Chair and Associate Professor in Recreation, Park and Tourism Studies with the School of Public Health at Indiana University.

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