Women fight back against healthcare attacks

Listen now: Meghann Adams of WORD (Women Organized to Resist and Defend) speaks on the growing attacks on abortion rights and access to healthcare on the 43rd anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade. She discusses the threat of the Supreme Court upholding the Texas Omnibus Abortion Bill (HB 2), which contains multiple restrictions on access to abortion, and how that could negatively impact abortion rights nationwide. Mass mobilization originally won the Roe v. Wade decision, and it is through such mobilizations that these attacks on women and reproductive rights can be defeated.


Iran gains breathing room after nuclear deal

Listen now: Mazda Majidi of the Party for Socialism and Liberation in San Francisco analyzes the aftermath of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s verification of Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal – a relief from increased provocations and accusations from U.S. imperialism just weeks ago. The new nuclear deal provides breathing space for Iran, allowing it to assert its sovereignty and independent development.


Report on the Black Radical Tradition conference

Listen now: Eugene Puryear, the PSL’s 2016 vice-presidential candidate, reports back on the Black Radical Tradition conference that took place this past weekend in Philadelphia, Penn. The discussions and deliberations at the conference focused on what is needed to go forward in the fight for Black liberation and the liberation of all.


Native activist tells the history of the lands held by Oregon militia

Listen now: Jacqueline Keeler, a writer and activist of Diné (Navajo) and Yankton Dakota heritage, speaks on the occupation of Native land by an Oregon militia. She tells the history of the Native lands that these fascist groups are claiming as their own. These colonized lands belonging to the Yakima and Kayute Nations were stolen through genocide by the U.S. Army. This fascist takeover is another offense in a long history of attacks on Native sovereignty that all people who believe in justice must stand against.