Iris Roley, long-time Cincinnati-based activist and member of the Cincinnati Black United Front discusses the police killing of Sam Dubose, another unarmed and lawful Black man.
Kimberle’ Crenshaw, law professor and co-founder of the African American Policy Forum, discusses the death of Sandra Bland in the context of her report, “Black Girls Matter: Pushed-Out, Overpoliced and […]
Activist and journalist Rosa Clemente discusses The Movement for Black Lives Conference held in Cleveland last weekend.
Meteorologist Bob Henson discusses the latest science regarding climate change and extreme weather, including what may be causes.
Scholar and activist Sardar Saadi discusses the political context of the recent airstrikes launched by Turkey against the Islamic State and Kurds in Iraq and Syria.
Economist Bob Pollin joined us to discuss his new co-authored petition calling on economists to support an increase of the federal minimum wage to $15 by 2020.
PERI Economist Gerald Epstein discusses his new co-authored report, “Banking From Financial Crisis to Dodd-Frank: Five Years On, How Much Has Changed?”
Venerable author Ishmael Reed joined us for this rousing conversation about his new book The Complete Muhammad Ali. But as listeners (and readers of his book) will quickly note a […]
#BlackLivesMatter co-founder Patrisse Cullors discusses the history of BLM, its politics, goals and future. See also: Future Focus by Jalil A. Muntaqim: A Movement Veteran and POW Speaks to Young […]
Regional Advocacy Director for Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) Muluka Miti-Drummond discusses the state of state repression in Angola.
Scholar and activist Sardar Saadi discusses the political context of the recent ISIS attacks in Turkey.
Economist Mark Wesibrot discusses the role of the U.S. and U.S.-dominated institutions in the current crisis in Greece.
Award-winning journalist Nick Fillmore discusses his latest reporting into the “gross public over-spending” associated with the Pan-Am games.
Lawrence Wilkerson, retired army colonel and former chief of staff for Colin Powell, discusses what he sees as positives and potential negatives in the new Cuban/North American relations.
Author and analyst Phyllis Bennis says it’s largely a win for those opposed to militarization.
Dhoruba bin-Wahad and Dr. Frank Wilderson joined us for this extended discussion of and tribute to Assata Shakur (July 16, 1947 -), Frantz Fanon (20 July 1925 – 6 December […]
Nancy Cole, campaign director for the Climate and Energy Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists, discusses the latest and revealing research into the false claims of major corporate polluters.
Author and scholar Dr. Ollie Johnson discusses his recent work on Africans in Brazil and Malcolm X‘s Relationship to the Cuban Revolution.
Former political prisoner, Black Panther and Black Liberation Army activist Dhoruba bin-Wahad discusses his most recent commentaries critical of the state of Black leadership and politics.
Dr. Paula Giddings, author of Ida: A Sword Among Lions, discusses Ida B. Wells and important lessons to be learned from her regarding history and contemporary analyses
TRNN host and producer Eddie Conway answers Barack Obama‘s recent speech calling for changes in mass incarceration policies.
BlackAgendaReport.com executive editor Glen Ford says a real leftist leadership would call for nationalizing the banks and not merely sloganeer.
Reverend and activist Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou discusses the police shooting of 16 year old Brandon Claxton in St. Louis, MO.
Larry Wilkerson, former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell, says the nuclear accord will led to greater U.S.-Iranian cooperation over Mideast policy.
Dr. Hate hosted a discussion with Ama Nyamekye about Rites of Passage programs for African people and the depth of BaKongo traditions. This and more hate on worldly topics in this edition of iMiXWHATiLiKE!
Activist and blogger Janessa Robinson discusses the latest reports about Bill Cosby, rape and the impact of patriarchy and White supremacy on interpretations of violence against women.
Not Oz, Not Orange, Not Shawshank Either: The Real History of Black Radicalism and the Prison Abolitionist Movement
Author Dan Berger discusses his latest book, Captive Nation: Black Prison Organizing in the Civil Rights Era
Author, activist, and professor of Black and Latin Studies at Baruch College Dr. Johanna Fernandez discusses her new edited volume, Writing on the Wall: Selected Prison Writings of Mumia Abu-Jamal.
*photo from melanoidnation.org Dr. Hate, the crew from Voices with Vision (Tuesdays 10a WPFW 89.3 FM, wpfw.org), The Black Power Ranger and Ateya Ball-Lacey were all on hand for critical […]
Puerto Rico’s Debt Is Not Financial, It’s Colonial: The Political Imprisonment of Oscar Lopez Rivera
Vicente “Panama” Alba joined us from Puerto Rico to discuss the political imprisonment and repression of Puerto Rican Nationalists and specifically Oscar Lopez Rivera.
Activist and author Brian Becker discusses the most recent naval incident between North and South Korea and gives much needed political and historical context to ongoing media coverage of that […]
Congolese human rights advocate and Student Coordinator and National Spokesperson for the Friends of the Congo Kambale Musavuli talks about the 90th birthday of slain revolutionary Patrice Lumumba and the […]
Dr. Paula Giddings discusses the South Carolina massacre, church burnings, Ferguson and more in the context of her work on the life and politics of Ida B. Wells.
Activist and author Eugene Puryear challenges the Fair Labor Standards Act and claims from the president that this will indeed be a benefit to working people.
Artist, activist and educator Ras Ceylon discusses the recent sentencing of Malcolm Shabazz’s killers and the many misconceptions about the life and work of Malcolm X’s grandson.
We spoke today with Ms. Veta Byrd-Perez of WhenAndWhereIEnter.org about the on-going struggle of African women in Latin America, and with Dr. Fido Ebba about the Oromo people in East […]