• 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: Immigration attorney and WORD (Women Organized to Resist and Defend) activist Heather Benno discusses a recent Unity Rally for Immigrant Rights at the White House and the continued urgency of the struggle for full equality for immigrants.

Listen now: PSL member and activist Mazda Majidi analyzes Washington’s orientation toward the brutal crackdown in Egypt, and the threat posed to the Egyptian revolutionary movement by the military’s tightening grip.

Listen now: Iraq war veteran and March Forward! co-founder Mike Prysner looks at the sentencing of Chelsea Manning, formerly known as Bradley Manning, and its potentially chilling effect on those seeking to expose U.S. war crimes.

  • Peta Lindsay of WORD (Women Organized to Resist and Defend) reports back from the California Statewide Unity March Against Police Brutality. Led by the families of more than 30 victims of police violence, the Anaheim demonstration connected the dots between police killings and the racist “not guilty” verdict of George Zimmerman, denouncing the complicit role of police and the courts in the systemic oppression of Black and Latino communities.
  • Party for Socialism and Liberation organizer Mazda Majidi analyzes the class contradictions within the unfolding Egyptian revolution. What is the agenda of the Egyptian military following its ouster of Mohamed Morsi, and what is needed now to push the revolution forward?
  • As Texas enacts harsh restrictions on abortion, reproductive rights activist and PSL member Karina Garcia discusses how the war on women hits poor women of color the hardest, and why the fight for reproductive rights cannot be separated from the fight against racism and economic inequality.
  • 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). You can read a statement by Eugene Puryear on the latest developments in Egypt at LiberationNews.org.
  • Genevieve Huizar, the mother of police brutality victim Manuel Diaz, talks about the upcoming July 21 statewide demonstration against police brutality in Anaheim, Calif., that will bring together the families of victims and their supporters from across the state.
  • Labor organizer Jeff Bigelow analyzes the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent anti-labor ruling. Is the Supreme Court a neutral arbiter for justice … or simply a defender of corporate interests?