The East LA band Las Cafeteras has a saying: “if we can’t dance together, we can’t move together.” The Chicano/Chicana group continues our discussion on the intersection of art and activism today: not just the fights and struggles of community movements, but the joy and laughter (and in their case, the dancing).And given perhaps the wildest weekend in this whole election, we brought in our favorite feminist muslim comedian Zahra Noorbakhsh to help us figure out what the hell just happened. Yes, we’ll talk about Trump and Billy Bush, the debate, and all the bizarre and gross reactions.Please check out more music from Las Cafeteras and catch them live! Go to http://lascafeteras.com/ for more info. And please check out Zahra’s amazing award-winning podcast Good Muslim Bad Muslim that she co-hosts with Taz Ahmed: http://www.goodmuslimbadmuslim.com/. And find more of Zahra’s writing, comedy and performances at http://www.zahracomedy.com/.Want to meet your favorite hosts in person? Kamau and Hari are coming to a venue near you! Find their standup dates at http://www.wkamaubell.com/ and http://www.harikondabolu.com/. Find Hari’s new album Mainstream American Comic and Kamau’s album Semi Prominent Negro at www.killrockstars.com.Thanks for listening! Tweet us at #politicallyreactive or email us at email@example.com.