Che Guevara: The Motorcycle and Marx

In our third episode of the Che Guevara series, Che sets out on his famous 5,000 mile motorcycle journey across the continent of South America. It is during this trip, seeing again the struggle and hardship people all over South America are going through, that his political ideology forms. But there are also a number of entertaining misadventures along the way. We hope you enjoy!

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Che Guevara: Open Your Eyes

In our second episode of the Che Guevara series, we follow Che from the first few years of his life spent in the jungles of northern Argentina, through his wild adolescence in Alta Gracia and Cordoba, and into his years as a medical student in Buenos Aires. And soon, his wanderlust kicks in and for the first time he travels outside of his privileged world and into a world he did not know existed. We hope you enjoy!

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Che Guevara: The Photo (Series Introduction)

In this introductory episode to our next series, we explore the story behind one of the most famous photos of the twentieth century, and the man with the famous gaze looking out from that photo, Che Guevara! What starts out as a life full of privilege and promise transforms into a life committed to the ideals of equality, justice, and violent revolution. We hope you enjoy!

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Gandhi: Right vs. Might, Will vs. Weapons (Part 2 of 2)

In this second episode of a two part series, we continue our exploration into the life of Mahatma Gandhi. After spending the last twenty years of his life working as a barrister in South Africa, Gandhi returns to India to take the fight to the British on his home soil. India is to be a sovereign nation, and Gandhi will lead that charge armed with a weapon that had never been utilized on this massive of a scale in history. We hope you enjoy!

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Gandhi: The Calm Before the Storm (Part 1 of 2)

In this first episode of a two part series, we begin our exploration into the life of one of the most influential people in modern history, Gandhi. His early years in India, London, and South Africa teach him that injustice does in fact exist in the world, and he would forever after devote his life to fighting against it. We hope you enjoy!

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Socrates: Hemlock & a Cock

In this episode, we explore the story chronicling the arrest, trial, and execution of one of the greatest philosophers in all of history…Socrates. There is more to this man than you would ever guess and the details outlining the last few hours of his life, including what happened after he famously drank the hemlock, are even less known. We hope you enjoy!

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Leon Trotsky: The Assassination of a Revolutionary

In this episode, we explore the incredible and violent story of the assassination of one of history’s most influential revolutionary figures…Leon Trotsky. This is a plot line right out of a novel with twists and turns that are too unbelievable to be real. We hope you enjoy!

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Benjamin Franklin: A Guide For Taking a Lover

In this episode, we explore a relatively unknown letter written by Benjamin Franklin in 1745 when he was just thirty-nine years old. The letter reveals a side of Franklin you may not have known existed…and it certainly does not lack in entertainment value. We hope you enjoy!

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Rosa Parks: The Bus

In this episode, we explore one of the most important stories in American Civil Rights history…Rosa Parks and the bus! Everyone thinks they know what happened on that day in 1955, but there is so much more to the story than you know. We hope you enjoy!

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Andrew Jackson: The Duel (Jackson v. Dickinson)

In this episode, we explore one of the best duel stories in all of American history…Andrew Jackson vs. Charles Dickinson! This story puts on vivid display the mental and physical toughness that made Jackson a legend in his own time. We hope you enjoy!

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