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Eyewitness: North Korea

Listen now: Gloria La Riva, the PSL’s 2016 presidential candidate, speaks about her experience in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (also known as North Korea) during the 70th anniversary of the Worker’s Party of Korea earlier this month. She describes her impressions of changes in the DPRK since her last trip in 1989, including the impact of U.S. sanctions on the North Korean economy, and discusses the need for people in the United States to continue to oppose imperialist aggression towards North Korea.

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Palestine: A Third Intifada?

Listen now: Richard Becker, West Coast Coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition, provides an analysis of what many are calling a Third Intifada, or uprising, of the Palestinian people in response to continued Israeli repression and the desecration of non-Jewish religious sites in an attempt to declare Zionist colonial victory over Palestine.

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Eyewitness: Russia’s 70th V-Day commemoration

Listen nowIV Sta of the Party for Socialism and Liberation gives an eyewitness account of their experience at the May 9 celebration in Russia, commemorating the tremendous Soviet victory and the sacrifices that ultimately led to the defeat of fascist Germany in World War II.

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The character of the new Israeli Cabinet

Listen now: Richard Becker, a leader of the Party for Socialism and Liberation and author of Palestine, Israel and the U.S. Empire, provides an analysis of the new Israeli cabinet and the character of the new Israeli government, as the U.S. realigns itself around its own interests in the region.

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Akbar Muhammad fights terrorism charges in Guyana, Part II

Listen nowLiberation Radio brings you the final segment of our interview with Akbar Muhammad, International Representative of the Nation of Islam. He discusses more of his arrest and multi-year persecution at the hands of the Guyanese government as the result of years of work with poor and oppressed communities in Guyana.

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Listen now: Ferguson and the growing movement against racist police terror, international issues from Iraq, Syria and Gaza to Cuba and the Ukraine, workers’ struggles for $15 Now and against the privatization of the postal service, the People’s Climate March, struggles of veterans against the war and much more — name a struggle in 2014 and Liberation Radio was there covering those engaged in fighting for change! Liberation Radio reviews 2014 as we begin another year of fightback!

Listen now: Alli McCracken of CODEPINK discusses the growing movement to boycott firms that profit from stolen Palestinian resources, like Ahava makeup and their use of materials from the illegal Mitzpe Shalem settlement in the West Bank.

Listen now: Voices from the People’s Climate March, the massive demonstration for climate justice that just took place in New York City as hundreds of world leaders gathered there, with 2,808 solidarity events taking place in 166 countries.

Listen now: Eugene Puryear of the ANSWER Coalition speaks about the controversy involving Urban Outfitters and a product the company promoted that to attempt to profit off of the 1970 Kent State shooting of four anti-war students.

Listen now: Richard Becker, author of “Palestine, Israel and the U.S. Empire,” discusses Israel’s assault on Gaza and the role of the U.S. government in enabling the criminal war.

Listen now: Attorney Heather Benno analyzes the attacks on undocumented children entering the United States, the anti-immigrant spin, and how the Obama administration and Congress dodge demands for full immigrant rights.

Listen now: Nathalie Hrizi of the Party for Socialism and Liberation examines the role of John Kerry as well as the United Nations as the war on Gaza unfolds, and looks at the global protest movement demanding justice in Palestine and an end to Israel’s brutal assault.

Listen now: Alberto Roque has lived openly gay in Cuba for decades. He became an activist and spokesperson for LGBTQ justice, acceptance and awareness, and recently spoke in San Francisco about the challenges facing the movement.

Listen now: Richard Becker of the ANSWER Coalition talks about the historical precedent for Israel’s brutal assault on Gaza, and possible Israeli objectives as the situation worsens.

Listen now: Brian Becker of the Party for Socialism and Liberation responds to the tragic Malaysia Airlines disaster and U.S. attempts to blame Russia in the midst of a war in Ukraine.

Listen now: Richard Becker of the ANSWER Coalition analyzes the latest on Israel’s military assault on Gaza and recent failed negotiations as people take to the streets in solidarity with Palestine.

Listen now: Eugene Puryear of Liberation News talks about Freedom Summer and the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and what both mean from in people’s political history.

Listen now: Eugene Puryear of Liberation News on how imperialist interests are leveraging the #BringBackOurGirls campaign, the political situation in Nigeria, and the legacy of Western intervention behind Africa’s poverty and internal conflict.

Listen now: Gloria La Riva of the National Committee to Free the Cuban Five reports on Cuba’s recent arrest of terrorists reportedly associated with exiles connected with numerous attempts to overthrow the government.

Listen now: Richard Becker of the ANSWER Coalition recently attended a conference in Lebanon on the issue of Palestinian prisoners illegally held by Israel, and shares his experience with listeners from the event and analysis on recent developments.

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.