Jodie Evans

Codepink

Guest

Political activist, author, and documentary film producer; Co-founder and Co-director of Code Pink

Jodie Evans on KCRW

Robert Scheer sits down with activist Jodie Evans to discuss her organization's efforts to move the United States away from military conflict as well as the origins of her activism.

Jodie Evans: A Codepink Disrupter

Robert Scheer sits down with activist Jodie Evans to discuss her organization's efforts to move the United States away from military conflict as well as the origins of her activism.

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