As we do most Mondays, we spend today’s show on the ongoing genocide that Israel is waging against Palestinians. Today we’re in conversation with Linda Sarsour, a Brooklyn-born Palestinian Muslim American activist, author, and community organizer. She is the author of her memoir We Are Not Here to Be Bystanders. We’re also joined by Sahar … Continued

The Intercept has uncovered new details about a small family business in Connecticut identified as having sold a lethal drug to the Federal Bureau of Prisons for use in the Trump administration’s unprecedented execution spree. Joining us to discuss are Lauren Gill is a New York-based journalist whose work focuses on criminal legal system, and … Continued

Across the country thousands of university students have erected hundreds of encampments as part of the fight and demand to liberate Palestine. Within the past week we’ve seen universities push back with repression and arrest. Joining us to discuss are Meg O’Connor is an award-winning Senior Reporter for The Appeal, covering police, prosecutors, and the … Continued

Anyone who has supported a loved one in prison knows that commissary prices for basic necessities and food to supplement the poor and scant provided meals inside are high. But how high? Our friends at The Appeal have recently published Locked In, Priced Out, a project that includes a first-of-its-kind database of prison commissary lists … Continued

Bay Area activists have joined hundreds of others from around the world to set sail on a humanitarian aid flotilla headed to Gaza. We are joined from Istanbul by Maria Lewis and Carlos Michaud, two Bay Area activists participating in the Gaza Freedom Flotilla, seeking to deliver 5,500 tons of aid by sea, to Gaza. … Continued