Big Oil released it’s worst profit losses in decades this week, host Antonia Juhasz explains why. Then guest Matt Pawa, President of the Pawa Law Group in Washington, DC, discusses California Attorney General Kamala Harris’ recently launched landmark investigation into EXXON’s alleged climate change lies and related misdeeds. Pawa breaks down the nuts and bolts … Continued
We spotlight how the tragic suicide of a young Dalit student and activist, Rohith Vemula, has catalyzed mass mobilizing across university campuses in India against heinous caste-based discrimination that continues to be a disturbing feature of Indian society. We also look at a recent court ruling in India that brings the country one step closer … Continued
What A Record-High Number of Exonerations Says About the US Justice System; Is India’s New Intolerance Really New? Not for India’s Oppressed Castes; How the Other Half Banks: Exclusion, Exploitation, and the Threat to Democracy; Primary Elections Are Important—but They’re Also a Distraction.
Clinton Accuses Sanders of “Artful Smear” for Questioning Why Wall Street Gives Her Millions; Hillary Clinton Refuses to Say If She Will Release Copies of Her Paid Speeches to Goldman Sachs; Sanders & Clinton Spar on 2002 Iraq Vote; Clinton Praises Henry Kissinger; “A Significant Victory”: Julian Assange Hails U.N. Panel Calling for His Freedom. … Continued
Join Karyn Sanders as she interviews her guest, Mindy Green, herbalist and aromatherapist, about working with plants in this way. Previously aired 11.18.10.
With Dayna Bowen Matthew, Professor at University of Colorado Law School and the Colorado School of Public Health. She serves on the faculty of the University of Colorado Center for Bioethics and Humanities, and she is co-founder of the Colorado Health Equity Project, a medical legal partnership whose mission is to remove barriers to good health … Continued
Despite Mass Opposition, World Leaders Gather to Sign TPP; After Ammon Bundy’s Arrest, Militia’s Ideology Lives On; How The Clintons Won Over African Americans. Hosted by Sonali Kolhatkar.
Will Julian Assange of WikiLeaks Go Free After U.N. Finds He Is Being Arbitrarily Detained? Lori Wallach: Signing of TPP Marks Only Beginning of the Fight, Trade Deal Could Still Be Stopped; “There’s a Jim Jones in Michigan”: Lawmaker Likens Flint Crisis to Cult Leader Who Poisoned Members; Exclusive Report: How Long Did Flint’s County … Continued
Davey D speaks with author Steve Phillips about his new book, Brown Is the New White: How the Demographic Revolution Has Created a New American Majority.