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Huge demonstrations push forward movement against police terror

Listen now: Kerbie Joseph from the Party for Socialism and Liberation in New York City reports on the outpouring of protesters in recent marches across the country against police terror. She discusses the steadfast movement that continues to grow.

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Report details massive U.S. torture program

Listen now: Eugene Puryear, a leader of the PSL in Washington, D.C., discusses the worldwide outcry upon the release of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence report on torture. He looks at the context of the report and how we should respond.

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The Cuban Five are finally free!

Listen now: Gloria La Riva, National Coordinator of the National Committee to Free the Cuban Five, discusses the 16-year struggle to free the Cuban Five, how the Five exposed the CIA’s counterrevolutionary activities, and the shift in U.S.-Cuba relations.

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The developing movement against racism and police terror

Listen now: Eugene Puryear, a leader of the Party for Socialism and Liberation, provides insight into the growing movement against police terror, the emerging leadership among Black youth and the ongoing response from athletes and celebrities in support of the struggle.

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Angola 3 – Albert Woodfox’s conviction overturned!

Listen now: Robert King Wilkerson, one of the Angola 3 released in 2001, discusses the recent ruling to overturn Albert Woodfox’s conviction after 42 years in solitary. The Angola 3’s struggle highlights the torture of solitary confinement and the need to fight it.

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Fighting rape culture

Listen now: Radhika Miller, an organizer with WORD (Women Organized to Resist and Defend), discusses sexual assault on college campuses and how the ongoing story about the culture at the University of Virginia exposes institutionalized sexism under capitalism both on and off college campuses.


Struggle for justice for the 43 in Ayotzinapa grips Mexico

Listen now: Frank Lara, an organizer with the Party for Socialism and Liberation in San Francisco, discusses the outpouring against the state-sponsored disappearance of the 43 students in Ayotzinapa, Mexico, and how it relates to police terror in the U.S.


“I can’t breathe” echoes across the U.S.

Listen now: Karla Reyes, an organizer with the Party for Socialism and Liberation in New York, reports on the mass reaction to the non-indictment of Daniel Pantaleo for the killing of Eric Garner in the wake of the Darren Wilson decision.

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From mass outrage to mass movement: the struggle against police terror

Listen now: Eugene Puryear, a leader of the Party of Socialism and Liberation, discusses the growing movement against police terror, analyzing how the oppression of Black people and the movement will breed greater resistance.

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Marissa Alexander’s recent plea bargain & freedom in 2015

Listen now: Radhika Miller, D.C.-based attorney, speaks on the movement to free Marissa Alexander and the recent plea bargain that will see her free this January.

The Russian Revolution and the struggle to end exploitation of people by people


Listen now: Brian Becker, a founding member of the Party for Socialism and Liberation, explains the Marxist perspective on the Russian Revolution, the Soviet Union, and the gains, challenges and contradictions facing the first socialist government in a world dominated by imperialism. This interview is one part of a larger PSL educational series.


The struggle to save the U.S. Postal Service from privatization

Listen now: Despite a profitable balance sheet, the rich and their allies are pushing to privatize the U.S. Postal Service In January, processing facilities are earmarked for closure. Ken Lerch, President of NALC 3825 talks about the privatizations & struggle.


Beneath the surface: An analysis of the real meaning of the midterm elections

Listen now: Eugene Puryear, candidate for D.C. Council At-Large on the D.C. Statehood Green Party ticket, discusses the meaning of low voter turnout in the mid-term elections and the interest of voters in progressive issues like increasing the minimum wage.


ONE DC takes a stand against the landlords and developers

Listen now: Marybeth Onyeukwu of ONE DC organizes residents of Washington, D.C., against the increasing rents of the landlords and developers. This fightback effort can be emulated elsewhere in the face of income inequality and rising housing costs.


PLUS: U.S.-Russia relations today with Don DeBar and Brian Becker

Listen now: Don DeBar of Community Progressive Radio speaks with Brian Becker of the ANSWER Coalition, who addresses the anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis and how it relates to U.S.-Russia relations today.

Listen now: PSL member Walter Smolarek analyzes the $40 billion lawsuit that Hank Greenberg, former CEO of insurance giant AIG, has filed against the U.S. government with the claim that the $184.6 billion AIG received was not enough.

Listen now: Marsha Coleman-Adebayo discusses the case of Vonderrit Myers, who was killed by St. Louis police on October 8th, and analyzes the way the media and state respond to cases of police brutality by demonizing victims.

Akbar Muhammad, International Representative of the Nation of Islam, reports on #FergusonOctober where 50 people were arrested at a march of thousands this past week keeping up the pressure for justice.

Liberation Radio highlights some of the participants in the Southwest Socialism Conference recently hosted by the Party for Socialism and Liberation to bring together activists from the region in Albuquerque, N.M.