Listen now: Gloria La Riva of the Party for Socialism and Liberation reports on the ongoing right-wing unrest in Venezuela and the fight for the country’s future as the first anniversary of President Hugo Chavez’s death nears.

Listen now: Shesheena Bray of the Campaign to Bring Mumia Home discusses the Justice Department nomination of an attorney who worked on Mumia Abu-Jamal’s case and how the Fraternal Order of Police and allies are attempting to attack him.

Listen now: Native American activist Jacqueline Keeler of Eradicating Offensive Native Mascotry, an online organizing group, shares how the activists went from meeting to Twitter to taking their demands to the Super Bowl, and implications for building campaigns.

Listen now: Attorney Radhika Miller examines Michael Sam — an expected draft pick in the upcoming NFL lottery — coming out as gay, and professional sports’ ongoing debate over LGBT athletes.

Listen now: Party for Socialism and Liberation activist Jessie Farine relates what’s happening in Pittsburgh as workers fight prominent healthcare organization UPMC over benefits and staffing amid a citywide backlash against the nonprofit’s practices.

Listen now: Liberation Radio’s Rene Ruiz reports on the scene from a drone protest in California as nationwide concerns over strikes, executive power and civil liberties grow. Interviewees were arrested in a recent protest against drones.

Listen now: The Party for Socialism and Liberation’s Frank Lara shares the experience of his recent trip to El Salvador to witness the elections and the growing power of the Latin American left.

Listen now: PSL member Kashara reports on the racial profiling and brutal assault of 16-year-old Darrin Manning by Philadelphia police.

Listen now: Eugene Puryear of the ANSWER Coalition reviews President Barack Obama’s 2014 State of the Union address for what was mentioned and what was not, and the prospects for the working class in the coming year.

Listen now: Party for Socialism and Liberation student organizer Mike Wang discusses the life of late folk singer Pete Seeger — his activism, historic stands and what Seeger may be best remembered for.

Listen now: Jane Cutter of Liberation News examines the latest Guttmacher Institute report on the state of abortion rights over the past year, which noted the scores of statewide and national attacks on the right to choose, as well legal strategies.