Rose Aguilar is the host of “Your Call,” a live call-in daily radio show on NPR-affiliates across the Bay Area featuring in-depth discussions ranging from the occupation of Iraq and poverty to the arts and the environment. Aguilar also writes about politics and social issues for Alternet and offers political analysis for the BBC. Aguilar is the author of Red Highways: A Liberal’s Journey into the Heartland, based on a six-month road trip she took across the U.S. Her work also appeared in the book Red State Rebels: Tales of Grassroots Resistance In The Heartland. Aguilar serves as a board member for the Women’s Intercultural Network, a non-profit that connects women and girls across cultures, and is currently working on a book about lifelong activists working for peace, equality, and social justice.
Aguilar tweets from @RoseAguilar.
Media Panel: Healthcare Coverage, US Censorship on Middle East Atrocities and Tom Delay's New Career
GRITtv [September 25, 2009]
The World Today
BBC [October 13, 2009]
The pope should not grant sainthood to a brutal missionary
The Guardian [September 22, 2015]