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.

  • Listen now: Sarah Sloan, national staff coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism), discusses the new anti-war movement that has sprung up around the country as the White House ramps up its efforts to launch a strike against Syria. Additional audio from the Sept. 7 demonstration against a war on Syria in Washington, D.C., can be found here.
  • Listen now: PSL member and ANSWER organizer Gloria La Riva looks back at the devastating 1999 U.S./NATO-led bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999, which La Riva documented in her film “NATO Targets.” What can we learn from that 90-day “limited operation” as the Obama administration seeks to carry out a similar campaign against Syria?
  • Listen now: Brazilian activist Toya Mileno talks about NSA espionage targeting government leaders in Brazil and Mexico. What is behind the U.S. agency’s surveillance of foreign leaders, and how will it impact relations between Washington and Latin America?
  • Gloria La Riva speaks of the impact of late leader Hugo Chávez on Latin America and the world, the upcoming elections in Venezuela, and the tasks ahead for presidential candidate Nicolás Maduro and his supporters as  Washington and the Venezuelan elites strategize to derail the Bolivarian Revolution.
  • Gerry Condon, a Veterans For Peace Board Member and a member of the Steering Committee of the Bradley Manning Support Network, talks about the legal case and the movement demanding justice for Manning. Condon assesses Bradley Manning’s 35-page statement to the court that provides the first public explanation and defense of his decision to inform the public about hidden aspects of the Iraq war.
  • Activist Peta Lindsay talks about the recent International Women’s Day demonstrations, and connects the dots between the struggle for women’s rights, and the struggles against racism and economic oppression. Lindsay was an organizer of demonstrations held in cities throughout the United States between March 7-10 to demand an end to violence against women and fight for equality.