0:08 – First, an update on the resistance movement in Sudan. It’s been almost a month since government forces massacred over 100 pro-democracy protesters, right after they offered support in overthrowing Sudan’s dictator Omar al-Bashir. Zachariah Mampilly (@Ras_Karya) is Marxe Chair of International Affairs at CUNY’s School of Public and International Affairs. 0:18 – Celebrating … Continued

0:08 – For reaction and analysis of the Democratic presidential debates, we speak with: Steve Phillips (@StevePtweets) is a national political leader, civil-rights lawyer, contributor to the Nation Magazine and the founder of Democracy in Color, an organization dedicated to race, politics, and the new American majority. Greg Carr (@AfricanaCarr) is Associate Professor of Africana … Continued

0:08 – Analysis of the first night of democratic presidential debates. We focus on immigration and the border crisis with Reverend Deborah Lee, Executive Director of the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity. 00:34 – DaMaris B. Hill (@damarishill) is assistant professor of creative writing and African American and Africana Studies at the University of Kentucky. She … Continued

  0:08 – We are joined by Charlie Eaton, professor of sociology at UC Merced whose research focuses on the financialization of higher education, to discuss the role of student debt as an issue in the 2020 election.  0:34 – KPFA’s Rami Almeghari reports on the US-led economic peace workshop for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in … Continued

0:08 – Jon Bateman is a fellow in the Cyber Policy Initiative of the Technology and International Affairs Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He joins to discuss last week’s attack on Iranian air defenses, and whether such an attack should be covered under international law. 0:32 – Justin Gold interviews Maryann Erigha about her new … Continued

  0:08 – Mondays with Mitch- US troops come close to bombing Iranian forces; Congress rejects a Saudi arms sale; upcoming push for deportations in the next week; democratic debates on Wednesday and Thursday. 0:34 – Author Josh Levin (@Josh_Levin) joins to discuss his new book, The Queen: The Forgotten Life Behind an American Myth. 1:08 … Continued

00:08 At least 300,000 people have been forced from their homes in northeastern areas of the Democratic Republic of Congo in the past two weeks, escaping a wave of resurgent inter-ethnic violence that has killed more than 160 people, including babies and young children hacked to death. To understand that we speak with Maurice Carney, … Continued

0:08 Ben Storrow (@bstorrow) Energy Reporter for ClimateWire (@EENewsUpdates) joins to discuss the Trump Administration rolling back the Obama-era Clean Power Plan. 0:34 We discuss the recent investigation by Mother Jones journalist Shane Bauer (@shane_bauer) into the United States involvement in Syria. His investigation is titled “Behind the Lines“ 1:08 Following attacks in the Strait of … Continued

0:08 – David Angel is Assistant District Attorney of Santa Clara County. He joins to discuss changes in drug sentencing laws that will limit charges against non-violent drug offenders charged with possession at the misdemeanor level. 0:23 – KPFA’s Christopher Martinez covers the democratic candidates debate at the Poor People’s Campaign. 0:34 – Mark Arax (@arax_mark) … Continued