Podcast Schedule Change

The Lean to the Left podcast is now streaming once weekly, on Mondays.

Previously, we were streaming on Mondays and Thursdays, an extremely tight schedule. This new schedule will  allow more time for preparation and promotion.

Our guests will continue to focus on important social issues and human relations.

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Watch for These Shows:

(Schedule is subject to change, so check back often!)

Mar. 13 -- Mark Bello -- Zachary Blake Legal Thrillers-- now streaming

Mar. 15-- Ed Hajim -- Orphanage to Boardroom--now streaming

Mar. 20 -- Dixie Dems -- Politics Southern Style

Mar. 22  -- Cathy Perez -- Reproductive Justice

Mar. 27 -- DW Duke -- Overcoming Stereotypes & Discrimination

Apr. 3 -- Doris Burris Kitchen -- Fighting Racism & Greed

Apr. 5 -- David E. Feldman -- Overcoming Life's Hurdles

Apr. 10 -- Lynn Forney -- Gender Bias in Healthcare

Apr. 12 -- Jan Meyer -- Cholangiocarcinoma Update

Apr. 17 -- Lance Hillsinger -- Gender Bias in Education

Apr. 20 -- Dixie Dems -- Politics Southern Style

Apr. 24 -- Tom Riley -- Climate Change Author

May 1-- Lynne Bowman -- Mother's Day Food

May 8 -- Jackie Tantillo -- Should Have Listened to My Mother

May 15 -- Dr. Emily Bashah, Paul Johnson -- Factors Behind Mass Shootings

May 22 -- Dixie Dems -- Politics Southern Style

May 29 -- Richard Friesen -- A Private Conversation About Money

June 5 -- Greg Alar -- Investing for Retirement

June 12 -- Phyllis Leavitt -- America in Therapy

June 19 -- Marty Irby -- Reforming Scandal-Plagued USDA Program



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Wednesday, March 31, 2021 Fighting Against-Documenary Genocide with Indian Chief Harold Hatcher

Today, you’re going to hear from Chief Harold Hatcher of the Waccamaw Indian People, a small tribe of Native Americans that is indigenous to South Car...

Saturday, March 27, 2021 Standing Against Asian Hate

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Friday, March 26, 2021 Stop the Attacks, Says Ex-Reagan Cabinet Member

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Wednesday, March 24, 2021 Shootings- Will Light Ever Shine Through the Darkness?

Today, I want to talk about guns and needless, tragic deaths. Why is it that we as a nation must continually suffer through more gun violence?Why is i...

Sunday, March 21, 2021 Protect Gun Rights, Bash Gays- GOP Priorities

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Thursday, March 18, 2021 The Tragic Consequences of Race-Baiting Violence

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Wednesday, March 17, 2021 -Protecting the Environment is Back at EPA

When Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump last November, one of the first thoughts that went through my mind was that the battle against the environment th...

Monday, March 15, 2021 -Sexual Harassment- Trump vs. Cuomo

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Saturday, March 13, 2021 The GOP and its Cancel Culture

So the Republicans have been whining about cancel culture, saying that’s why a publisher decided to stop producing some Dr. Seuss books because of rac...

Wednesday, March 10, 2021 Governors Under Fire

Today we’re going to talk about how various governors across the country have gotten themselves into trouble in one form or another, the latest and mo...

Monday, March 8, 2021 Education and the Insurrection

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