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On the Road: a Real News Team Leaves for New Hampshire
Make sure to visit The Real News on Monday, February 8 at 12pm ET & Tuesday, February 9 at 4pm ET, as we report LIVE from the New Hampshire primary. As always, your support makes our work possible.
DATE: 2016-02-06 | LENGTH: 00:40

 
Grayson Holds Back Democratic Nominee Endorsement
The Real Capitol Hill sits down with Congressman Alan Grayson to discuss why he still hasn't endorsed a candidate despite his record being much closer to Senator Bernie Sanders
DATE: 2016-02-06 | LENGTH: 14:08

 
Adnan Syed Presents New Evidence in Court, Seeks New Trial
TRNN's Jaisal Noor speaks to advocates and attorneys about the latest in the case of the Baltimore-area man made famous on the Serial podcast
DATE: 2016-02-05 | LENGTH: 06:44

 
Michigan Governor's Office Knew of Flint Water Poisoning in Marchx
Detroit-based Pastor David Alexander Bullock discusses new documents that show the government allowing General Motors to switch water sources while keeping the general population at risk
DATE: 2016-02-05 | LENGTH: 08:01

 
MD Delegate Wants to End the War on Drugs
Law to decriminalize possession of Heroin and Cocaine along with treatment on demand will prevent criminalizing addiction
DATE: 2016-02-06

 
UK Rejects UN Ruling that Assange Detention Is Illegal
After the UN finds Assange to be arbitrarily detained, Assange attorney Carey Shenkman explains how the UK is undermining the authority of the UN while simultaneously relying on it to release detained UK citizens
DATE: 2016-02-05 | LENGTH: 08:37

 
Did Hillary Lie About Her Iraq War Vote?
Stephen Zunes responds to Hillary Clinton's statements explaining her Iraq War vote as well as Bernie Sanders' plan to mobilize countries like Saudi Arabia to take on ISIS
DATE: 2016-02-04 | LENGTH: 13:29

 
After TPP Signing, Activists Opposed to Deal Look to Prevent Congressional Approval
Dr. Margaret Flowers says the TPP will supercede international climate treaties and undermine environmental protection laws
DATE: 2016-02-05 | LENGTH: 08:37

 
Did Financial Giant Goldman Sachs Just Admit the System is Rigged?
Former financial regulator Bill Black explains why one of world's largest investment firms Goldman Sachs questioning the "efficacy of capitalism" and why its CEO is terrified of a Sanders presidency
DATE: 2016-02-05 | LENGTH: 11:12

 
Black Lives Matter Protestor Runs for Mayor of Baltimore
Late entry into crowded field by high profile activist could shake-up race residents say, but lack of experience an issue
DATE: 2016-02-05 | LENGTH: 02:36

 
UAW Suppresses Local Union's Vote to Support BDS
Labor activists Frank Hammer and Kumar Salehi discuss the United Auto Workers' decision to nullify Local 2865's resolution in support of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement
DATE: 2016-02-05 | LENGTH: 19:23

 
At Mosque, Obama Confronts Islamophobia but Ignores Role of US Foreign Policy
Author Laila el-Haddad praises Obama's defense of Muslim Americans, but says his foreign policy perpetuates anti-Muslim bias
DATE: 2016-02-03 | LENGTH: 10:06

 
Sanders vs. Clinton on Wall St. Reform
Former financial regulator Bill Black and Roosevelt Institute Fellow Mike Konczal take on the policies of the two contenders for the Democratic nomination
DATE: 2016-02-04 | LENGTH: 19:13

 
Could Sanders Deliver on Medicare for All?
Green Party candidates Dr. Jill Stein and Dr. Margaret Flowers say the way to a single payer system is not through the Affordable Care Act or the Democratic Party
DATE: 2016-02-04 | LENGTH: 16:48

 
NYT Endorsement of Hillary Not Surprising Since It Buried Bernie's Presidential Bid
Media critic Jeff Cohen says two days of Washington Post editorials attacking Sanders show we can expect more attacks on Bernie by the corporate media
DATE: 2016-02-04 | LENGTH: 08:06

 
Taking the Black Struggle to the United Nations
The Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent were in Washington, DC last week for a town hall convened by Pan-African Community Action (PACA). We caught up with PACA's Netfa Freeman and Garrett Harris to hear more about the working group's findings and the goals of the organizers.
DATE: 2016-02-04 | LENGTH: 11:37

 
Can Baltimore's Mayoral Race Lead to Serious Change in Public Policy?
Journalists Jayne Miller, Luke Broadwater and Taya Graham debate whether there's anything of substance thus far emerging from the low-key campaign for Baltimore's top job
DATE: 2016-02-03 | LENGTH: 18:14

 
Baltimore Residents to Challenge Tax Breaks for Developers
Community members from the Poe Homes in West Baltimore held a community meeting to push back against what they say is unfair policy
DATE: 2016-02-04 | LENGTH: 03:26

 
Tony Kushner: Hollywood and Socialism
Can a socialist choose Hillary over Bernie? Playwright and screenwriter Tony Kushner discusses Socialism, Zionism, Hollywood, and the 2016 elections.
DATE: 2016-02-04 | LENGTH: 29:06

 
Is Clinton "A Progressive Who Gets Stuff Done"?
Media critic Jeff Cohen says the media is failing to challenge Hillary Clinton's claim to be a progressive reformer
DATE: 2016-02-03 | LENGTH: 12:07

 
UN May Find Detention of Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Illegal
Carey Shenkman of the Center for Constitutional Rights says Sweden and the UK are likely to honor UN decision
DATE: 2016-02-03 | LENGTH: 08:35

 
Speculators Misunderstood the Oil Wars and Market Meltdown
Journalist Steve LeVine says most investors thought high-priced US shale would cause a boom and that the economy would benefit from low oil prices - so far they are wrong on both counts
DATE: 2016-02-03 | LENGTH: 11:10

 
How Guns Made the Civil Rights Movement Possible (3/3)
TRNN Replay: Charlie Cobb, author of "This Nonviolent Stuff'll Get You Killed," says we must use the lessons of non-violence in the sixties to address the epidemic of violence plaguing inner-city neighborhoods today
DATE: 2015-02-05 | LENGTH: 20:31

 
Sanders and Clinton Tie in Iowa - What does it Mean for Women?
Hosted by TRNN's Paul Jay, Terry O'Neil, a Clinton supporter and Chair of the NOW Political Action Committees debates Elaine Zuckerman, a Sanders supporter and President of Gender Action
DATE: 2016-02-02 | LENGTH: 27:44

 
City Takeovers and the Destruction of Democracy
Black Agenda Report Executive Editor Glen Ford says city takeovers are about dispossessing black and brown folks so corporations can put their tentacles into the furthest nook and cranny of local governments
DATE: 2016-02-02 | LENGTH: 08:15

 
Unlock the Vote
In this special edition of Rattling the Bars, Eddie Conway speaks with former prisoners who are organizing to pass legislation that would allow all Maryland ex-felons to vote upon release from incarceration.
DATE: 2016-02-02 | LENGTH: 07:41

 
Bernie Sanders Post Iowa Speech

DATE: 2016-02-02 | LENGTH: 16:37

 
Hillary Clinton Post Iowa Speech

DATE: 2016-02-02 | LENGTH: 06:28

 
Ted Cruz Post Iowa Speech

DATE: 2016-02-02 | LENGTH: 32:27

 
Donald Trump Post Iowa Speech

DATE: 2016-02-02 | LENGTH: 03:20

 
How Guns Made the Civil Rights Movement Possible (2/3)
Author Charlie Cobb discusses how famed activist Ella Baker inspired the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee's grassroots structure, as well as the little-known story of armed self-defense during the Civil Rights movement
DATE: 2015-02-04 | LENGTH: 18:13

 
Days of Revolt: The Suicide of the Liberal Church
In this episode of teleSUR's Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges speaks with two Union Theological Seminary student-activists about their fight against the school's plans to sell property to luxury condo developers and further gentrify Harlem
DATE: 2016-02-02 | LENGTH: 25:23

 
The Movement Goes Beyond the Man, Say Sanders Supporters
TRNN Senior Editor Paul Jay talks to a group of Bernie Sanders supporters exploring the strengths and limits of the campaign
DATE: 2016-02-01 | LENGTH: 40:13

 
Baltimore, like Ferguson, Has a Warrant Problem
University of Maryland law school professor Doug Colbert is proposing amnesty for tens of thousands of people who have outstanding warrants for minor crimes, but Maryland's judiciary branch is opposed despite widespread public support
DATE: 2016-02-01 | LENGTH: 07:07

 
Three Financial Crimes that Show How the DOJ "Went Easy" on Wall Street
Public Banking Institute's Ellen Brown breaks down Senator Warren's report which highlights how the DOJ and regulators give corporate criminals slaps on the wrists and free rein to operate outside the law
DATE: 2016-01-31 | LENGTH: 10:49

 
The Empire Files: The Empire's Border Part I - A Policy of Death
Along the southern border of the United States is a graveyard, where hundreds upon hundreds of human remains are waiting to be found in the sand. They are teenagers, mothers and spouses walking the only path available to them - away from poverty and violence: towards their families, the only place safer and easier to eat. Watch more on teleSUR
DATE: 2016-01-31 | LENGTH: 24:38

 
Yanis Varoufakis on the Need for the Democratization of Europe
Former Finance Minister of Greece Yanis Varoufakis speaks with thePressProject, TRNN's Greek collaborator, about Syriza, Greek austerity, and his future political plans.
DATE: 2016-01-31 | LENGTH: 12:20

 
Green Party on Sanders' Health Care Plan
Green Party candidates Dr. Jill Stein and Dr. Margaret Flowers say Sanders is right about healthcare, but the Democratic Party will block him
DATE: 2016-02-01 | LENGTH: 16:11

 
How CA Came Close to Losing Solar Panel Benefits
California Solar Energy Industries Association's Bernadette Del Chiaro says monopoly utility companies have spent $17 million on campaign contributions to get rid of net metering and consumer benefits
DATE: 2016-02-01 | LENGTH: 13:54

 
Equity Sought in Baltimore's Development Strategy
Advocates present solution to Baltimore's housing crisis
DATE: 2016-01-31 | LENGTH: 03:26

 
Digitizing Black Radio: The Black Talk Radio Network
Founder of the Black Talk Radio Network Scotty Reid joined us to discuss the history and politics of his digital network
DATE: 2016-02-01 | LENGTH: 10:27

 
How Guns Made the Civil Rights Movement Possible (1/3)
To mark Black History Month, TRNN's Eddie Conway interviews Charlie Cobb, author of the book "This Nonviolent Stuff'll Get You Killed," who says he dropped out of Howard University to become active in the Civil Rights Movement
DATE: 2015-02-03 | LENGTH: 19:09

 
Repression in Egypt Worse than Rule Under Mubarak
Noha Radwan reports on the conditions facing political prisoners, who are often crammed into 15x15 spaces with seventy people, and says the international community must intervene
DATE: 2016-01-31 | LENGTH: 08:45

 
Will Senate Bill to "Save" Post Office Be Enough?
TRNN breaks down what's in the bill, what it means to you, and how Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein's husband is profiting from the sale of neighborhood post offices
DATE: 2016-01-29 | LENGTH: 06:13

 
Inside a caucus: Iowa 2008
TRNN Replay: Revealing look at an Iowa caucus: Is this democracy in action?
DATE: 2008-01-07 | LENGTH: 09:19

 
UN Peace Talks on Syria Remain Stalled
Vijay Prashad says the government in Damascus has made significant gains inside Syria with the help of its allies, and this has changed the tone of the Western response to Russia
DATE: 2016-01-29 | LENGTH: 10:25

 
Canadian Environment Minister Says Indigenous Peoples Will be Duly Consulted on Pipelines
Clayton Thomas-Muller says it's important to delineate between what the federal government of Canada interprets as meaningful consultation, and what the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples demand
DATE: 2016-01-29 | LENGTH: 07:51

 
When ICE is at the Door
The Real News speaks to Central American immigrants in Maryland and Georgia about the most recent wave of deportations and the crippling fear communities feel because of it
DATE: 2016-01-29 | LENGTH: 06:40

 
Guns or butter?
TRNN Replay: Howard Zinn: New president must choose between continued militarism and domestic well-being Pt 4/5
DATE: 2008-10-25 | LENGTH: 13:40

 
Yanis Varoufakis: How The Greek People's Magnificent "No" Against Austerity Became "Yes"
The former Finance Minister of Greece says that on the night of the July 5th referendum, he realized the pressure had gotten to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. Since then, Varoufakis has been campaigning for that "No."
DATE: 2016-01-28 | LENGTH: 15:48

 
LIBOR Traders Get Off Scot Free in Rate-Rigging Scandal
James Henry, former chief economist at McKinsey & Co., says the ruling demonstrates that there is no systemic or institutional accountability to prevent interest rate manipulation
DATE: 2016-01-28 | LENGTH: 06:58

 
Hillary Clinton's 'Faux Feminism'
Liza Featherstone, editor of "False Choices: The Faux Feminism of Hillary Rodham Clinton," says Clinton holds a contempt for the kind of social democratic policies that most women need
DATE: 2016-01-28 | LENGTH: 11:17

 
How the U.S. Fuels the Drug War in Mexico
Carmen Boullosa and Mike Wallace, co-authors of "A Narco History: How the United States and Mexico Jointly Created the 'Mexican Drug War,'" trace the history of the war on drugs from prohibition in the early 20th century to the militarization of police forces today
DATE: 2016-01-28 | LENGTH: 09:23

 
Howard Zinn on taxes and class war
TRNN Replay: Howard Zinn: The US has always had class war over who gets taxed Pt.3
DATE: 2008-10-24 | LENGTH: 07:35

 
Can the DOJ Reform the Baltimore Police Department?
TRNN Replay: As news comes that the city of Ferguson reached an agreement with the U.S. Justice Department, The Real News had previously examined the results and limitations of recent federal interventions aiming to reform troubled police departments
DATE: 2015-05-21 | LENGTH: 06:53

 
Sammy Yatim's Death Not About One "Rogue Cop"
An 11-member jury in Toronto declared constable James Forcillo guilty of attempted murder, acquitting him of an actual murder charge and angering city residents
DATE: 2016-01-27 | LENGTH: 04:35

 
How Baltimore's Tax System Reinforces Poverty
Maryland Public Policy Visiting Fellow Louis Miserendino says even obscure tax breaks are distributed disproportionately to wealthier neighborhoods and exacerbates the inequality that drives many of the city's social ills.
DATE: 2016-01-27 | LENGTH: 15:08

 
How Organizing and Social Movements Drove Changes to Federal Policy on Solitary Confinement
Alan Mills of Uptown People's Law Center and Bernadette Rabuy of Prison Policy Initiative say lawsuits, psychological studies, and persistent grassroots pressure were behind Obama's recent policy changes
DATE: 2016-01-27 | LENGTH: 09:04

 
David Warnock: If You Want a Tax Break, Build a Rec Center
In our ongoing series of interviews with Baltimore's mayoral candidates, businessman David Warnock says he will focus on customer service at city hall and instituting a living wage for residents
DATE: 2016-01-27 | LENGTH: 11:30

 
Zinn: Bailout is trickle-down theory magnified
TRNN Replay: Howard Zinn says there has always been big government, but mostly for the wealthy Pt2
DATE: 2008-10-23 | LENGTH: 08:18

 
The Laura Flanders Show: Viggo Mortensen on Empires and Justice in the Middle East
Actor Viggo Mortensen on empire, mainstream coverage of the war, Bernie and Hillary, and how some movie critics in 2002 apparently thought his character in Lord of The Rings represented US forces invading Iraq
DATE: 2016-01-27 | LENGTH: 25:42

 
After Haiti Elections Postponed, Is the U.S. Rushing to Protect Clinton?
After massive protests and reports of election fraud, the U.S. continued to push for a presidential election runoff, but former OAS Haiti mission head says the US is protecting candidate Clinton's record
DATE: 2016-01-26

 
Lawsuit Alleges Retaliation Prompted Firing of Pocomoke's First Black Police Chief
Complaints over racial harassment inside Worcester County drug unit fueled push to fire two black officers, including chief Kelvin Sewell
DATE: 2016-01-26 | LENGTH: 08:10

 
Days of Revolt: The Death of the American City
In this episode of teleSUR's Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges speaks with two esteemed labor activists from Detroit about the desperation caused by industrial decline and deregulation, especially amongst Black people, and attest to the necessity and inevitability of revolt under such conditions.
DATE: 2016-01-26 | LENGTH: 25:10

 
Zinn: Vote for Obama but direct action needed
TRNN Replay: Howard Zinn says real change will come when people take direct action to stop house foreclosures
DATE: 2008-10-22 | LENGTH: 11:35

 
Clinton in Denial About Impact of Trade Policy on Immigration
David Bacon, author of Right to Stay Home: How U.S. Policy Drives Mexican Migration, says asylum seekers are being sent back to desperate conditions created by U.S. policy in Central America
DATE: 2016-01-25 | LENGTH: 15:46

 
The Voice of Europe: What We Know About North Korea
In this collaboration between the Real News Network and ThePressProject, Fragiska Megaloudi examines the effects of Western sanctions on North Korea and the shaping of discourse about the East Asian nation
DATE: 2016-01-25 | LENGTH: 14:28

 
The History of Military Dictatorship in Egypt
On the fifth anniversary of the Egyptian revolution against then-president Mubarak, TRNN returns to Gilbert Achcar's analysis of military rule in Egypt since the overthrow of King Farouk.
DATE: 2011-02-13 | LENGTH: 15:26

 
The Empire Files: Examining the Syrian War Chessboard
Having gone far beyond an internal political struggle, the war is marked by a complex array of forces that the U.S. Empire hopes to command. Abby Martin interviews Vijay Prashad, professor of International Studies at Trinity College and author of Arab Spring, Libyan Winter.
DATE: 2016-01-24 | LENGTH: 23:32

 
Health Crises Among the (Politically) Imprisoned
Co-Coordinator of the National Jericho Movement Jihad Abudulmummit rejoins us for this week's Political Prisoner Report to discuss the latest health crises facing the imprisoned.
DATE: 2016-01-24 | LENGTH: 09:48

 
Unions Are Split Over Hillary
Dr. Jane McAlevey, author of the forthcoming 'No Shortcuts', says Hillary has a track record on labor amounting to an "F"
DATE: 2016-01-22 | LENGTH: 18:01

 
UN Fact-Finding Mission to Investigate Racial Discrimination in the United States
Kali Akuno, co-director of Cooperation Jackson, says it will give greater exposure to the realities of African Americans and put the US government and the state of Mississippi on notice
DATE: 2016-01-22 | LENGTH: 13:27

 
"Institutional Amnesia": Pentagon Agency Skewered for Waste and Fraud
The Inspector General for a government task force in Afghanistan says the agency squandered millions of taxpayer dollars on unnecessary costs
DATE: 2016-01-22 | LENGTH: 03:57

 
Tax Breaks Won't Fix Poverty in Baltimore
Towson University Professor Cecilia Rio says plans like Governor Larry Hogan's proposal to offer tax incentives to stimulate growth will not alleviate the long term economic problems that plague cities like Baltimore
DATE: 2016-01-22 | LENGTH: 12:23

 
Baltimore's Latest Tax Break Deal Meets Resistance
Taxation and finance committee delays vote for tax break of finance new development of west side biotech park after community complaint
DATE: 2016-01-22 | LENGTH: 03:25

 
Can Clinton Be Trusted to Regulate the Industry That Made Her Wealthy?
Former regulator Bill Black and Public Banking Institute founder Ellen Brown say Hillary's track record gives no indication that she will fulfill any promise in her 2016 campaign to implement regulations on Wall Street
DATE: 2016-01-21 | LENGTH: 18:39

 
Who is Really Ruling Saudi Arabia?
Bilal Ahmed of Souciant.com says the rivalry results from the fact that the King's nephew Mohammad bin Nayef is currently the minister of interior and also the crown prince
DATE: 2016-01-21 | LENGTH: 10:54

 
The 'Anti-Manning' Positions of Hillary Clinton on National Security and Surveillance
Marcy Wheeler, national security and civil liberties reporter at EmptyWheel.net, says Clinton supported secure communications for dissidents - except when it came to leaks from her own State Department to WikiLeaks
DATE: 2016-01-21 | LENGTH: 09:04

 
Bernie vs. Hillary on Healthcare: What's In It for Us?
Former CIGNA executive-turned-whistleblower Wendell Potter says Bernie Sanders plan is aspirational and the dream of Democrats, but neither his nor Clinton's plan would succeed unless there are significant changes in both houses of congress
DATE: 2016-01-20 | LENGTH: 11:24

 
Importance of Lifting the Nuclear-Based Sanctions on Iran
Phyllis Bennis says lifting of sanctions will be significant for the Iranian people and will mean a reintegration of Iran into the world economy
DATE: 2016-01-20 | LENGTH: 11:23

 
Democratic Primary Candidates Define Their Foreign Policy
Gareth Porter says Hillary wants to support the Syrian opposition and overthrow Assad, while Bernie's priority is to defeat ISIS
DATE: 2016-01-20 | LENGTH: 10:20

 
Navy Schedules War Games in Washington State With No Public Disclosure
Truthout's Dahr Jamail reveals his investigation into how Navy Seals will be practicing combat exercises in Washington state on public and private lands and why state government officials and the public are left in the dark
DATE: 2016-01-19 | LENGTH: 07:12

 
Zillah Eisenstein and Damayan: Race, Gender and Socialism
On this week's show, Laura discusses race, gender, feminism, and socialism with author Zillah Eisenstein, and an exclusive report from the first Filipina migrant worker-owned cooperative in the US. Then a few words from Laura on the path toward a new economy.
DATE: 2016-01-20 | LENGTH: 26:23

 
Did Gov. Brown Delay Action on Gas Leak Because of His Sister's Connections to Fossil Fuel?
Last week, activists in Washington, DC brought several questions to lawmakers in the nation's capital. Among them: Did Governor Brown's sister, who sits on the board of a San Diego-based natural gas utilities company, influence a 74-day delay in California's response to the Los Angeles gas leak?
DATE: 2016-01-19 | LENGTH: 04:07

 
Why Fossil Fuel Giants Did Not Top the 'Greenhouse 100 Index'
PERI's Economics Chair Michael Ash explains the relation between a lower ranking and the use of renewable energy
DATE: 2016-01-19 | LENGTH: 05:56

 
Days of Revolt: All Life is Sacred
In this episode of teleSUR's Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges discusses the moral imperative of veganism with legal scholar, animal rights activist, and longtime vegan, Gary Francione.
DATE: 2016-01-19 | LENGTH: 25:23

 
The Global African: Finding Laughter in the Pain
Telesur's The Global African talks to Palestinian American comedian Amer Zahr about growing up in the United States as a Palestinian and the application of the word 'terrorism.'
DATE: 2016-01-17 | LENGTH: 28:06

 
Israeli Historian: We Must Understand Zionism as Colonialism
Historian Ilan Pappe says there's no other place in the world like Palestine where a 'peace process' make lives worse for the people it is supposed to benefit - A KJC Production
DATE: 2016-01-19 | LENGTH: 48:51

 
How MLK Went From 'National Threat' to 'National Hero'
Corporation for Enterprise Development's Dedrick Asante-Muhammad explains the whitewashing of Martin Luther King's legacy, transforming him from a leader for racial and economic justice who died in struggle to a post-racial patriot who died in victory
DATE: 2016-01-18 | LENGTH: 11:50

 
The Empire Files: The Tyranny of Big Oil
The oil industry is a powerhouse with control over land, resources, politics and more. In this episode of The Empire Files, Abby Martin uncovers big oil's strong-arm reach--its growth, its crimes, its power and its impunity.
DATE: 2016-01-18 | LENGTH: 28:26

 
'Greenhouse 100 Index' Names Top Polluters
PERI's Economics Chair Michael Ash breaks down which companies ranked as top emitters of greenhouse gases and what this means for the future of climate change policy
DATE: 2016-01-18 | LENGTH: 07:05

 
The Black Elite and the Legacy of Martin Luther King
TRNN Replay: Glen Ford: Black upper class took advantage of legal victories won by MLK and the Civil Rights Movement and then helped to undermine the movement
DATE: 2013-01-21 | LENGTH: 11:20

 
Beyond Vietnam: A Time To Break Silence
TRNN Replay: Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. made the comment that the U.S. government [was/is] "the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today". This was in context to a speech delivered on April 4, 1967 at Riverside Church in New York City - exactly one year before his untimely death.
DATE: 2013-04-05 | LENGTH: 56:49

 
The Radicalization of Martin Luther King
TRNN Replay: Anthony Monteiro: Obama's presidency has nothing to do with the legacy of King - it's actually the opposite
DATE: 2013-01-20

 
Peace, One Piece At a Time
Baltimore Director of Peace by Piece Fariji Muhammad and Co-Project Coordinator of the Atlanta Chapter Kadijah Austin join this edition of iMWiL! to discuss their new organization
DATE: 2016-01-17 | LENGTH: 14:18

 
Canadian Student Shot by Israeli Sniper in the West Bank
The Trudeau government remains silent on the case of a Canadian Government-Funded PhD Student who was shot by Israeli sniper in the West Bank without legal recourse against her attacker - TRNN speaks with Rehab Nazzal and her legal council, Dimitri Lascaris
DATE: 2016-01-17 | LENGTH: 10:43

 
Confederate Supporters Steer Clear of Baltimore as Protesters Gather
Annual commemoration of Robert E. Lee at Baltimore monument does not take place as commission recommends removal of statue
DATE: 2016-01-17 | LENGTH: 05:40

 
California Methane Leak One of the Worst Climate Disasters in US History (2/2)
Hilary Lewis of Earthworks says Governor Jerry Brown's state of emergency comes late given the damage incurred, and his leadership on environmental issues suggests he should've understood what's at stake
DATE: 2016-01-10 | LENGTH: 11:24

 
Barbara Lee on What Was Left Unsaid in Obama's State of the Union
In the premiere episode of The Real Capitol Hill, we sit down with Congresswoman Barbara Lee to get her thoughts on President Obama's legacy and why many African Americans families are still waiting for their economic recovery
DATE: 2016-01-15 | LENGTH: 08:33

 
Wage Pressures, Falling Commodity Prices Spell Trouble for the Global Economy
With no recovery in the Eurozone and the whole of Eastern Europe in trouble, greater turmoil in Asian economies could bring the world economy to a critical moment, says economist Heiner Flassbeck
DATE: 2016-01-15 | LENGTH: 14:37

 
  

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