WMC Live with Robin Morgan is a nationally syndicated American radio show with an international audience in 110 countries around the globe. The weekly show (additionally available online at iTunes and at WMCLive.com) is hosted by Robin Morgan, the award-winning author of over 20 books, political analyst, former editor in chief of Ms. Magazine, and, in 2005, co-founder—with Jane Fonda and Gloria Steinem—of The Women’s Media Center. Praised as "talk radio with a brain" by The Huffington Post, ...
Robin celebrates Juneteenth, Jubilee or Freedom Day, commemorating the end of enslavement in the United States. Special Guest: Dr. Janet Dewart Bell, social justice activist and author.
Robin explores both the crucial importance and the crisis in cities, how COVID has forever altered city life, and how those radical changes will inform our future.
Robin traces the surprising, acidic, and hilarious history of American political parties, from George Washington's denunciation of them up to today, and explores third (or more) party alternatives, and how and why they have so far failed.
Robin explores the general crisis in journalism—especially print journalism, despite the current Golden Age for print investigative reporting. Special Guest: Gail Collins, New York Times columnist.
Robin sends a red alert about women's more-than-ever threatened contraceptive and abortion rights. Special Guest: Deeyah Khan on her new documentary film, America's War on Abortion.
Robin explores the original meaning and reasons for what has become another consumer holiday: Mother's Day. Special Guest: Charlotte Gordon, author of Romantic Outlaws: The Extraordinary Lives of Mary Wollstonecraft and Her Daughter Mary Shelley.
Robin on The Verdict in the Chauvin trial, and its deeper meaning. Also, an exploration of the Supreme Court and why/how it can, after all, be expanded.
For Poetry Month this spring, Robin reads work by Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, Louise Erdrich, Dorothy Parker, Audre Lorde, Victoria Chang, Kimiko Hahn, Lucille Clifton, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Suzi F. Garcia, Stevie Smith, Charlotte Mew, and others.
Robin returns to religion's role in our secular Republic, and the ongoing struggle to keep it separate. Guest: Annie Laurie Gaylor of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, the largest organization of atheists, agnostics, and free thinkers in the USA.
Robin's Fighting Words expose centuries of anti-Asian American hate before the Georgia terrorism against AAPI women. Guests: legendary activist Helen Zia; Sung Yeon Choimorrow, Executive Director of the National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum.
Robin on “The Year That Was,” where we are now, and the future; plus a special report on women and the vaccine(s). Guest: Linda Goler Blount, President & CEO of Black Women's Health Imperative.
In this unique podcast, Robin explores the complexities of Thomas Jefferson's 40-year-long relationship with the enslaved Sally Hemings—which inspires a meditation on whiteness.
The United States House of Representatives: its powers, history, legends, and unique Constitutional functions. Special Guest: Congresswoman Val Demings (D-FL).
Robin—whose book The Demon Lover: The Roots of Terrorism predicted this—dives into who funded it, who's behind it, who collaborates in it, and just how deep it runs.
Robin dissects the complex, arcane, convoluted rules and traditions of the U.S. Senate, "the world's greatest deliberative body"—none of which are in The Constitution.
Robin explores Trump's second impeachment, the history of impeachments (including execution!), and why they are vital to democracy. Special guest: former Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA).
Robin's take on the weird, sometimes hilarious, often mocked, previously ignored office of the Vice President, and its transformation. Also, Joe Biden's executive orders, and what's next.
Robin on presidential inaugurals—the good, the bad, and the ugly—a capitol under attack and under armed guard, an embattled Republic, a precious friend, and a fringed white orchid.
After 2020—The Year We're Delighted To Leave—Robin reads "The Handmaiden of the Holy Man," a special story from her new novel, Parallax (Spinifex Press), to cleanse the palate for 2021, and to reassure the soul.
The interview you won't hear anywhere else: Robin and Mary Trump in an analysis that targets Trump's enablers and authoritarianism—and it gets personal.
Robin explores the lives in thousands of nations and civilizations thriving in North America pre-conquest. Guest: Cherokee Elder and Indigenous leader Rebecca Adamson.
Special Edition. Robin waits for election results in real time.
Robin takes it all on: the history, majesty, bigotries, rituals, and corruption—right up through today. Special guest: former New York State Supreme Court Judge Emily Jane Goodman.
Special Panel: Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman, Forensic Psychiatrist and Violence Expert Dr. Bandy X. Lee, and Two-Star Major General Patricia “Trish” Rose (USAF, Ret.) on strategies and solutions.
Robin confronts Facebook, Google, and their algorithms—is it hopeless? Special Guest: Debora L. Spar, author of Work, Mate, Marry, Love: How Machines Shape Our Human Destiny.