The history of interventions in Haiti, a discussion on growing opposition to U.S. support of Israel, and the Spirit of Mandela Coalition screens a Mumia Abu Jamal documentary and welcomes the captives home.
Dr. Jemima Pierre participated in a Haitian Studies Association webinar to discuss the history of interventions in Haiti and the impending occupation using an African nation as window dressing for imperialist intentions.
Margaret Kimberley appeared on the Revolutionary Black Network with co-hosts Nick and CJ to talk about growing opposition to U.S. support of Israel in this excerpt of their discussion.
An upcoming conference centered on economic oppression of Black people in the southern United States, the connection between anti-communism and repression of the Black liberation movement, and New York City’s mayor promotes austerity and the carceral state.
Jaribu Hill is the Founder and Executive Director of the Mississippi Workers' Center for Human Rights. That organization is convening the Southern Human Rights Organizers Conference (SHROC) in Nashville from December 15 through 17.
Dr. Charisse Burden-Stelly is an Associate Professor of African American Studies at Wayne State University. She is the author of the new book Black Scare/Red Scare: Theorizing Capitalist Racism in the United States.
Melanie Dominguez is lead organizer for the Katal Center for Equity, Health and Justice. She joins us from New York City to discuss mayor Eric Adams proposed budget cuts and the need to close the Rikers Island jail.
An international delegation of journalists and activists brought attention to the plight of Gaza and advocated for opening the Rafah border crossing to deliver aid.
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In 2022 the government of then UK prime minister Boris Johnson announced an agreement with the East African nation Rwanda, to receive asylum seekers who first arrived in the UK. But the Supreme Court in that nation recently ruled that the plan is unlawful.
In this week’s segment we discuss U.S. and Israeli war crimes in Gaza, and the UN’s inability to live up to its own human rights charter. But first we hear about the sentence of life without parole, which is death by incarceration.
Craig Mokhiber resigned as Director of the New York Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights citing the UN’s refusal to hold Israel accountable for war crimes. We have excerpts of his interview with Vijay Prashad on Peoples Dispatch.
Dr. Gerald Horne is a prolific author and historian. He joins us from Houston to discuss U.S. and Israeli war crimes in Gaza, and the impact on international and domestic affairs.
Abayomi Azikiwe is the editor of Pan-African News Wire. He joins us from Detroit to discuss U.S. and Israeli actions against the people of Gaza, the impact on relations with African countries, and on electoral politics domestically.
In this week’s segment we hear about the 50th anniversary conference of the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression in Chicago and also what we should know about the history of Palestine. But first we discuss the upcoming Black People’s March on the White House which will be held in Washington.
Omali Yeshitela is Chairman of the African Peoples Socialist Party, leader of the Uhuru Movement, and the Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace, and Reparations. BIBC is hosting its 15th Black Peoples March on the White House on Saturday, November 4 in Washington DC.
Frank Chapman is Executive Director of the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression which will celebrate its 50th anniversary on November 3rd through November 5th in Chicago. Frank Chapman will talk about the historic importance of the conference in analyzing domestic and international police repression.
Rawan Masri is the Co-Founder of Decolonize Palestine, and a resident of Ramallah where she works as a translator and writer. She joins us to discuss the events of October 7 when Hamas forces took action against Israel, the aftermath of that action, and what people need to know about Palestine.
Ali Abunimah is Director of electronicantifada.net, an independent online news publication and educational resource focusing on Palestine. He is also the author of One Country and The Battle for Justice in Palestine. He joins us from Chicago to...
Zulu Sharod is Chairman of the New Afrikan Black Panther Party which is based in New Jersey. He joined us to discuss his organization’s work and Newark mayor Ras Baraka’s politics, but we had a wide ranging conversation about Black...