On today’s show, I’ll speak to journalist and editor for Venezuela Analysis Lucas Koerner with an update on the US-created crisis. Hosted by Sabrina Jacobs.
On today’s show, I’ll have an update from the lawyers for embattled, tenured San Francisco State University (SFSU) professor Dr. Rabab Abdulhadi on their case they have just filed against SFSU.
Executive Director and Co-Founder Maurice Carney gives an overview as well as a nuanced perspective on the outcome of the 2-year delayed elections in the mineral-rich yet impoverished nation.
On today’s show, you’ll hear reports from the front lines of yesterday’s Anti Fascist rally held in Sacramento from Bay Area activist Paul Blasenheim and Sacramento reporter and Nat’l Lawyers Guild member Cres Valuchi. Also, Omar Ali com director for Arab Resource Organizing Center on the recent Stop Urban Shield town hall meeting.
On today’s show, I’ll speak to Dr. Peter K. Enns, Associate Professor for Department of Government and Executive Director of the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research at Cornell University on his new book, Incarceration Nation: How the United States Became the Most Punitive Democracy in the World and Sean Dorsey, artistic director and founder of Fresh Meat Production on the upcoming 15th Annual Fresh Meat Festival.
On today’s show, I’ll spend our time together speaking to Emily Pothast, visual artist and writer based in Seattle, on her latest piece published in The Establishment called True Confessions of a White Supremacist.
On today’s show, we’ll talk to various organizers that pulled the Oakland Immigrants Rights gathering together on May Day and the folks that make up the Sin Fronteras Coalition of organizers that pulled together today’s action to put pressure on the Alameda County Sheriff to heed demands for change.