• Listen now: Brian Becker of the ANSWER Coalition relates the U.S. and European Union role in the battle that has engulfed the Ukraine, the right-wing forces which have taken power and the importance of this struggle globally. This interview was recorded 48 hours prior to Russia’s decision to send troops into southern Ukraine.
  • Listen now: Eugene Puryear of Liberation News delves into the life of the late Chokwe Lumumba. The lifelong organizer and mayor of Jackson, Miss., leaves a legacy of revolutionary political activity.
  • Listen now: International Women’s Day is almost here, and Kerbie Joseph of WORD (Women Organized to Resist and Defend) recently delivered an address on the impact of the War on Drugs on women of color, poor women and communities across the country.

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: PSL’s Gloria La Riva looks at the life of Martin Luther King as the holiday in his honor has become a rallying point for emerging racial and economic justice struggles inspired by his work.

Listen now: Eugene Puryear of the ANSWER Coalition looks back at the life of Amiri Baraka, the poet, political organizer and activist who recently passed away, and his complex, fearlessly revolutionary politics.

Listen now: Middle East analyst and writer Richard Becker critiques the corporate media’s rewriting of the life of former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon, and Sharon’s crimes against the Palestinian people.

Listen now: PSL’s Eugene Puryear discusses politically motivated prosecutions following the release of civil rights attorney Lynne Stewart after a global movement organized for her freedom.

Listen now: Jane Cutter of Liberation News talks about her recent article on health care disparities and the impact of racism on Black women facing breast cancer.

Listen now: PSL organizer Walter Smolarek analyzes the “taper,” a Federal Reserve effort to protect capitalist institutions, and contrasts it with cuts in unemployment insurance and other services that serve far more people.

  • PSL member Eugene Puryear speaks on the fight for justice for Trayvon Martin, shortly after PSL and ANSWER took to the streets with others in response to the acquittal of George Zimmerman for the racist murder of the African American youth.
  • Nathalie Hrizi of WORD (Women Organized to Resist and Defend) talks about the brutal rape cases in New Delhi, India, and Steubenville, Ohio, that made international headlines and drew thousands to protest violence against women.
  • WORD organizer Danielle Norwood speaks on the fight against anti-abortion legislation in Texas after it passed the state legislature amid mass protests and a nationally publicized filibuster.
  • Egyptian activist Salma gives an eyewitness account of mass demonstrations in Egypt culminating in the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi by the military. What lies ahead for the revolutionary movement in Egypt? (Salma asked that her last name be withheld.)
  • Brian Becker, National Coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition, reports back on his visit to the Middle East and dissects the imperialist narrative on the highly publicized allegations of chemical weapons use in Syria.

Listen now: PSL member Rene Ruiz talks about the Nov. 9 demonstrations across California demanding justice for Andy Lopez, a 13-year-old boy murdered by Sonoma County police, and the fight against widespread police brutality.

Listen now: WORD (Women Organized to Resist and Defend) activist Danielle Norwood examines the new attack against reproductive rights spearheaded by Republicans in Congress seeking to criminalize abortion after 20 weeks.

Listen now: Civil rights attorney and organizer Heather Benno looks at the case of Marissa Alexander, and why she remains behind bars despite being granted a new trial.

Listen now: Howard University student and environmental justice activist Brian Menifee speaks on the growing nationwide movement connecting the dots between the environment, poverty and racism.

Listen now: Attorney and activist Radhika Miller discusses the struggle led by Native Americans and joined by community activists, religious leaders, journalists and many others to push the NFL’s Washington team to change its racist name.

Listen now: PSL member and organizer Jack Smith remembers Gen. Vo Nguyen Giap and his leadership in the historic Vietnamese victory over the imperialist armies of the United States and its allies.

Listen now: PSL member Eugene Puryear analyzes the recent U.S. raid in Somalia and how the alleged fight against terrorism has helped advance Washington’s imperialist agenda in Africa.

Listen now: Nikia Ramsey speaks on the murder of her brother Burrell “Bo” Ramsey-White by Boston police, and the corruption, racism and cover-ups surrounding the case.

Listen now: WORD (Women Organized to Resist and Defend) organizer Sydney Hodge discusses the ballot measure that would ban abortions after 20 weeks in Albuquerque, N.M., and the larger war on women across the country.

Listen now: Radhika Miller comments on Marissa Alexander’s upcoming new trial and the connection between winning justice in the courts and building a movement in the streets.

Listen now: PSL member Mazda Majidi analyzes new developments in U.S.-Iran relations following the election of President Hassan Rouhani, and what it could mean for Iran and the region.

Listen now: Activist Danielle Norwood speaks on BP’s no-holds-barred legal efforts to safeguard its profits at the expense of the victims of the Deep Horizon oil spill.

Listen now: Sarah Sloan, national staff coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism), looks at the White House’s change of strategy on Syria before mass opposition and lack of congressional support. Is a U.S. attack off the table?

Listen now: Carl Messineo, legal director of the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, analyzes the farcical oversight of the NSA that effectively empowered the spy agency to break the law and violate the Constitution without consequence.

Listen now: PSL member Eugene Puryear reflects on the Ku Klux Klan bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala., and its galvanizing impact on the Civil Rights Movement.