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Lurie Daniel Favors, activist, author, and attorney has a long-standing commitment to racial and social justice. She currently serves as Executive Director at the Center for Law and Social Justice at Medgar Evers College in New York. Catch the Lurie Daniel Favors Show live Monday - Friday 10 AM ET on SiriusXM's Urban View Channel 126, airing important conversations with people who are moving the needle in their field. This is the intersection of race, gender, culture, class, politics and the law...This is Lurie Daniel Favors.

Here is a look back at MomsRising's appearances in 2023. Tune in for more segments in 2024! 

Senior Director at Workplace Justice, Namatie Mansaray, dissects the rights that workers deserve and are entitled to inside the workplace. What does it mean to have economic security?


Campaign Manager for MomsRising, Taylor Austin, sits with Lurie to discuss the punitive wage gap and discrimination that women face in the workforce.


Senior VP and Chief Strategy Officer at MomsRising, Monifa Bandele, sits with Lurie to discuss bans on books, how libraries are being challenged for carrying these books and more.


Artist, Organizer, and Strategist, Beatriz Beckford, joins Lurie to discuss the Juvenile Justice month and how MomsRising is spearheading youth and family justice campaigns.


Public Health Professional, Gina Arias, joins Lurie Daniel Favors to discuss maternal mental health and new treatment for postpartum depression.


Diarra Diouf of MomsRising joined the Lurie Daniel Favors Show to recap the reproductive justice successes and challenges of 2022.


Check out video interviews with Maternal Justice Senior Campaign Director, Tina Sherman, on the PUMP Act and Pregnant Workers Fairness Act. 

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