Today on the Show: Biden deports over 4,000 Haitians under title 42 with no recourse or chance to make an asylum claim. We’ll have the latest edition of Food Fight, with Food Not Bombs founder, Keith McHenry. And Miguel on the march with the domestic workers, on a 12 mile trek for the rights of … Continued
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Today on the show: Trump’ CIA plotted to assassinate WikiLeak’s founder, Julian Assange. And Farmworkers protest Newsome’s anti-farmworker policies in front of the Gov’s favorite French Restaurant
Today on the Show: We’ll be joined by Teresa Romano, president of the UFW, who will be marching Saturday to the Governor’s favorite restaurant, the French Laundry to protest the Governor’s abandonment of farmworkers. Also: activist and attorney, Renee Saucedo, leads a 12 mile track up north to call attention of the 12 million undocumented … Continued
Today on the Show: Leading Bay-Area Haitian-American activist, Pierre Labossiere, speaks out against the whipping, herding and mass deporting of Haitians at the US Mexico Border
Today on the Show: In the wake of the border patrol’s slave style whipping of Haitians, we’ll feature an in-depth investigation into America’s Decades long subversion of the Haitian people’s right to self-determination: And what comes next, as Haitians continue to surge at the US/Mexico border. And Greg Palast joins us for the latest edition … Continued
Today on the Show: Oliver Stone, the Legendary filmmaker and multiple Oscar-winning writer and director of JFK, Born on the Fourth of July, and many other works for the big screen, has a powerful new memoir:Flashpoints Executive Producer, Dennis Bernstein sits down with Stone this week to talk about his early life and work:
Today on the Show: Haitians attacked and herded like slaves by the US Border Patrol. We’ll feature an extended report. And, Kathy Kelly reports back on the latest over the horizon mass murders by a UA drone strike.
TODAY ON THE SHOW: We celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month to recognize the achievements and contributions of Hispanic American champions who have inspired others to achieve success. And an update on the roll out of legalized pot products.
‘ Today on the show: Lead prosecutor in the recent assassination of the Haitian President, fired even as Biden steps up the number of Haitians being deported, under article 42/ Also, , the US supported Saudi slaughter in Yemen continues while protests are planned over the murder of the Yemen-Americans in Lahj province are planned … Continued
Today on the Show: remembering the Occupy Wall Street movement ten years later. Also, what would have happened if Trump tried to nuke China? And an encore presentation of our recent interview with Keith Mchenry of food not bombs