Reports of serious police violence over the weekend at the DAPL N. Dakota site. We get a report. PLUS: thousands of inmates all across the U.S. have been on strike to call attention to deplorable conditions inside the nations prisons. AND; a new CD from the punk band The love Songs. Last Will introduces us. … Continued
Bernie or Hillary: who you gonna vote for—and why? Plus: is the stand-off in Oregon over—or was it just the beginning? AND: why Nordic style socialism works. We’ll also have a on-the-ground report from Iowa. with host Kris Welch.
Stic Man of dead prez speaks of staying healthy and the work he is doing with youth in Oakland
U.S. troops will be going to Syria, while international talks look for a political solution to the civil war there. Reese Erlich just returned from the area. PLUS: President Obama says testing is a problem in U.S. schools! as a video of violence to a student goes viral. With host Kris Welch.
Violence has increased in Palestine: we look at the causes, and the future. Plus: peace activism was successful in ending the Vietnam War over 40 years ago. Now activists write about how they did it. AND:how the sharing economy is ripping you off. With host Kris Welch.
Davey D speaks with Aaron Harvey, a young man charged with unlawful gang involvement, using a provision in state law to charge purported gang members in conspiracy related to over a dozen murders by Lincoln Park gang members in 2013. Among them, Aaron Harvey and Brandon “Tiny Doo” Duncan — who have no criminal record … Continued
Challenging Dehumanization We talk with Margo Perin, founder and director of Write & Rise, about how she uses narrative to help incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people, at risk youth, as well as police and their families, heal from trauma. Perin is the author of the memoir The Opposite of Hollywood, and contributing editor of the … Continued
On today’s program we continue with our coverage from the Movement for Black Lives Convention held in Cleveland, Ohio. On July24th -July 26th over two thousand people came together over the course of three days to plan, strategize, and build relationships across this movement. A movement that has galvanized international attention to the horrors of … Continued
Journalist John Gibler talks about the 43 disappeared students in the Mexican town of Iguala, how the Mexican state benefits from the drug war, and what the story of EPR guerrilla Andrés Tzompaxtle tells us about the continuum of state repression in Mexico.