Listen now: Ronnie Rodriguez with 15 Now, an organization fighting in Seattle for a $15/hr minimum wage, discusses the movement of low-wage workers and the struggle in Seattle that has gained national attention.

Listen now: Heather Benno of WORD (Women Organized to Resist and Defend) gives an update on the fight to free Marissa Alexander, including upcoming actions.

Listen now: Eugene Puryear, writer and editor at Liberation News, discusses the recent elections in India and South Africa, what to expect going forward in both countries, and the broader context of what’s happening in the developing world.

Listen now: California gubernatorial candidate and world renowned activist Cindy Sheehan joins Liberation Radio to talk about her campaign, the issues impacting the state and the need for socialist, people-oriented solutions to the economic crisis.

Listen now: Leah Obias of the Damayan Migrant Workers Association discusses the issue of labor trafficking and Baklas, a new campaign from Damayan and Women Organized to Resist and Defend on the root causes of trafficking.

Listen now: Frank Lara of the Party for Socialism and Liberation is challenging Nancy Pelosi for her Congressional seat. Pelosi has become a central figure in the Benghazi scandal, and Lara tackles the issues related to the ongoing political clash.

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: Eugene Puryear of the Party for Socialism and Liberation addresses the controversy surrounding racist statements by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, and the interests that have shielded him for years.

Listen now: Brian Becker of the ANSWER Coalition investigates the situation in Ukraine, with special attention to the military escalation in the country’s eastern region, and the ongoing manipulation by the U.S. and neo-fascist forces.

Listen now: Attorney Radhika Miller reflects on the War on Poverty 50 years since its launch, and what has happened since, including the rise of income inequality and rapid expansion of capitalist profiteering.