Listen now: Al Riccio of the Party for Socialism and Liberation talks about the Jane Doe case and how the Justice for Jane campaign is challenging mass incarceration and the plight of transgender youth.

Listen now: Attorney Radhika Miller investigates the media frenzy around the Bowe Bergdahl story, amid claims Bergdahl should have not been freed due to his alleged anti-war views.

Listen now: Rene Ruiz of Liberation Radio reports from the scene of protests in Salinas, California, where a string of killings by area police have outraged the community.

Listen now: Mazda Majidi of Liberation newspaper’s editorial board analyzes the agreement on Iran’s nuclear program, the ongoing sanctions, and the disagreement between the United States and Israel.

Listen now: WORD (Women Organized to Resist and Defend) activist Danielle Norwood discusses the power of organized resistance that led to the recent victories for reproductive rights in Albuquerque and in the struggle around the Stebeunville rape case.

Listen now: Iraq war veteran and March Forward! co-founder Mike Prysner discusses immunity for war crimes and Afghanistan’s future as its President Hamid Karzai prepares to sign an agreement to retain U.S. troops for years to come.

Listen now: Chuck Kaufman, National Coordinator of the Alliance for Global Justice, speaks on the upcoming Tear Down the Walls conference bringing together immigrant rights, environmental justice, anti-imperialist and other movements to talk strategy and action.

Listen now: Mike Prysner, co-founder of March Forward!, discusses U.S. efforts to secure immunity for its war crimes against the people of Afghanistan and what Washington’s latest maneuvers reveal about the colonial character of the ongoing occupation.

Listen now: Gloria La Riva, coordinator of the National Committee to Free the Cuban Five, gives an update on efforts to free the Cuban Five and analyzes the upcoming UN vote against the U.S.-imposed economic blockade of Cuba.

  • Attorney Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, executive director of the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, speaks on efforts to obtain disclosure of documents related to the National Security Agency monitoring of phone calls. Is what we now know about the NSA’s spying program only the tip of the iceberg?
  • Brian Becker of the ANSWER Coalition takes a deeper look at the civilian killings in Afghanistan. A UN report shows 3,000 civilians have been killed or wounded in the first five months of this year alone, one-fifth of them children. What is behind the growing violence?
  • PSL member Eugene Puryear remembers civil rights icon Medgar Evers on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of his assassination by a white supremacist in Mississippi. Evers organized NAACP chapters around the state and risked his life on a daily basis for Black self-determination. You can read Puryear’s article celebrating Evers on Liberation News.

On the sequester debate, Republicans and Democrats were united on one thing: Let workers pay the price. As the politicians calmly agreed to disagree and let the sequester deadline pass, student organizer Walter Smolarek breaks down the impact of the automatic cuts on workers — cuts conceived not by the Republicans, but by the Obama administration. You can read an analysis of the sequester by Smolarek on

International Women’s Day will be marked by militant actions across the country on March 7-10. Karina Garcia, an activist with Women Organized to Resist and Defend (WORD), discusses the attacks on women and what must be done to strengthen the movement for women’s rights.

Rain didn’t stop hundreds of demonstrators from taking to the streets of New York City to challenge police brutality. March organizer Kerbie Joseph talks about what brought people out to take a stand against the attacks on their communities perpetrated by the cops, and the growing movement to combat police brutality.

Afghanistan’s Karzai government recently announced its decision to ban U.S. operations in certain regions of the country. What does that reveal about the balance of forces in Afghanistan? What is driving U.S. strategy in the ongoing occupation that continues to take lives of Afghans as well as U.S. soldiers? Iraq war veteran Michael Prysner, co-founder of March Forward!, analyzes the latest developments.