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Trade Union General Strike Across India
A. K. Padmanabhan, President of the Centre of Indian Trade Unions, discusses the demands of the workers' struggle and the history of the trade union movement in India since 1991
DATE: 2015-09-01 | LENGTH: 17:14

Former Cop says Freddie Gray Slowdown Didn't Prompt Crime Spike
Ex-Baltimore Officer Michael Wood who came to fame tweeting about corruption inside the agency says there is no evidence aggressive policing reduces crime
DATE: 2015-09-01 | LENGTH: 07:04

In Landmark Ruling, California Prisons Hault Solitary Confinement
Prisoner advocate Marie Levin and attorney Anne Weills how this will impact some 80,000 prisoners nationwide
DATE: 2015-09-01 | LENGTH: 12:25

Is Erdogan Creating a Perfect Storm to Get His Party in Power?
With escalating violence with the Kurds and the arrest of VICE reporters, Trent University's Baris Karaagac explains how the AKP is appealing to their base
DATE: 2015-09-01 | LENGTH: 11:54

The US Dollar and the Search for a "Reasonable" Capitalist - Heiner Flassbeck on RAI (3/5)
TRNN Replay: On Reality Asserts Itself, Mr. Flassbeck says the stock market bubble can burst at any moment because everybody knows there is no real growth behind it; then we are really in trouble as the whole effect of stabilization will disappear in one moment

Pre-trial Hearings for Freddie Gray Case Start Wednesday
Top civil rights attorney Dwight A. Pettit says he has turned over records from past wrongful death suits involving police to the Justice Department's civil rights division
DATE: 2015-08-30 | LENGTH: 04:28

What Has Changed Since Freddie Gray's Killing?
TRNN visits Penn & North, a short distance from where Freddie Gray lived and died and this is what we witnessed
DATE: 2015-08-28 | LENGTH: 05:26

Labor, Bernie Sanders, and Direct Action: Larry Hanley and Morrigan Phillips
This week on The Laura Flanders Show, Larry Hanley of ATU on Bernie Sanders and labor, and Morrigan Phillips on science fiction's place in direct action.
DATE: 2015-09-01 | LENGTH: 25:44

Is Obama Greenwashing His Climate Record in Alaska?
Investigative journalist Steve Horn says the National Petroleum Council has institutionalized pro-gas and pro-oil policy regardless of which political party is in power
DATE: 2015-09-01 | LENGTH: 09:48

Key Pocomoke Councilwoman Says City Doesn't Speak for Her in Secret Meeting Controversy
In a letter to the compliance board, the sole black member of the council says her views were misrepresented in the city's response to an open meetings act complaint
DATE: 2015-09-01 | LENGTH: 03:34

Days of Revolt: The Revolutionary, Caged
In this episode of teleSUR's Days of Revolt, host Chris Hedges continues his conversation with two black revolutionaries and former political prisoners, Eddie Conway and Ojore Lutalo, to discuss their resistance within the prison system
DATE: 2015-09-01 | LENGTH: 25:04

A Broken System Breaks Families
Bobbi Smallwood, whose son was arrested during the Baltimore uprising, talks about how the judicial system is literally killing her
DATE: 2015-09-01 | LENGTH: 02:40

Cheney Blasts Iran Deal, Forgets That as VP Iran Got Closer to Getting Nukes
Under former vice president Dick Cheney's watch, Iran's centrifuges multiplied while the current nuclear deal will cut Iran's enriched uranium by 97 percent, says former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell Larry Wilkerson
DATE: 2015-09-01 | LENGTH: 09:17

DC Mayor's New Plan to Stem City Violence: More Policing
Glen Ford of discusses the plan of DC's Mayor Bowser to address increased levels of city homicides
DATE: 2015-09-01 | LENGTH: 05:51

Extraordinary Brutality Inflicted on Civilians in Yemen
As Saudi ground troops enter Northern Yemen with US backing, Amnesty International charges Saudis with alleged war crimes
DATE: 2015-08-29 | LENGTH: 06:35

India's Economy Can Grow Without Increasing Carbon Emissions
Shouvik Chakraborty discusses how India can maintain healthy economic growth while reducing unemployment more jobs, improving public health, and lowering CO2 emissions
DATE: 2015-08-31 | LENGTH: 09:10

The Media Assassin and Shooting the Enemy
Hip-hop activist and "Media Assassin" Harry Allen discusses his career working with legendary rap group Public Enemy and his new lecture series about his photography titled, Shooting the Enemy.
DATE: 2015-08-31 | LENGTH: 16:09

Racing to a Dead End - Heiner Flassbeck on Reality Asserts Itself (2/5)
TRNN Replay: Mr. Flassbeck, former head of UNCTAD, says current economic policy is heading back to the 1930s, a race to the bottom, they have no solution at all, we will end up again in trade wars or other wars
DATE: 2014-07-29 | LENGTH: 19:17

Pocomoke to Attorney General: Reason for Secret Meeting is Secret
The city says it cannot disclose why the council met without public notice to fire its first black chief
DATE: 2015-08-29 | LENGTH: 07:40

Mediterranean Refugee Crisis Escalating
As the UN announces that the number of refugees and migrants in the Mediterranean this year exceeds 300,000, Vijay Prashad says the superpowers must move towards a ceasefire in Syria as soon as possible to stem the tide
DATE: 2015-08-29 | LENGTH: 10:43

Who "Recovered" in Post-Katrina New Orleans?
Author Gary Rivlin discusses how white homeowners disproportionately benefited from the multibillion federally funded Road Home program while working and middle class black families still await relief.
DATE: 2015-08-28 | LENGTH: 11:22

The Global African: W. Kamau Bell & The Crisis in Detroit
Host Bill Fletcher gets Kamau's thoughts on comedy and Bill Cosby, and then turns to two activists to get an update on the economic crisis in Detroit. teleSUR
DATE: 2015-08-28 | LENGTH: 25:03

Members of Syriza's Central Committee Defecting to Popular Unity
Dimitri Lascaris also discusses the significance of bailout critic Vassiliki Thanou serving as the first female Prime Minister in the interim Greek government
DATE: 2015-08-28 | LENGTH: 07:52

Bullock Trial Begins Friday
18-year-old Allen Bullock broke a police car window during the Baltimore uprisings. Having turned himself in, he faces life in prison and a bail that is higher than those set for the six police officers charged in the killing of Freddie Gray
DATE: 2015-08-27 | LENGTH: 03:43

Why is Sanders Silent on U.S. Foreign Policy?
RootsAction.Org's Jeff Cohen says Bernie Sanders can not just denounce corporate power without denouncing militarism
DATE: 2015-08-27 | LENGTH: 08:51

Reaganism and Thatcherism were Intellectually Dishonest - Heiner Flassbeck on Reality Asserts Itself (1/5)
TRNN Replay: Mr. Flassbeck, former director of UNCTAD, discusses growing up in a US dominated Germany and his opposition to the birth of neoliberal economics
DATE: 2014-07-25 | LENGTH: 19:12

First Canadian Officer Convicted for Mass Arrests at 2010 G-20 Toronto Summit
Canadian Civil Liberties Association's Laura Berger and TRNN's former video journalist Jesse Freeston discuss the police's motivations behind mass arrests and the legacy of the G-20 in current policing practices
DATE: 2015-08-27 | LENGTH: 13:45

What Would Happen to the Eurozone if Greece Leaves?
Economist Gerard Dumenil argues the Eurozone will face minimal impact and its leaders are already preparing for a possible Grexit
DATE: 2015-08-27 | LENGTH: 08:30

Katrina Victims Were Forced into Exile
Black Agenda Report Executive Editor Glen Ford says The New Yorker is marking the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina by attempting to show the benefits of relocating black communities
DATE: 2015-08-27 | LENGTH: 07:00

National Day of Action Pushes Democratic Senators to Support Iran Deal
Supporters of Iran nuclear deal attempt to counter AIPAC spending by targeting key Democratic Senators who remain on the fence
DATE: 2015-08-27 | LENGTH: 01:57

International Law and "The Responsibility to Protect" - Vijay Prashad on Reality Asserts Itself (4/4)
TRNN Replay: In the final segment of Paul Jay's interview with Vijay Prashad on Reality Asserts Itself, the subject is the undermining of international law and military interventions in the name of human rights
DATE: 2013-08-11 | LENGTH: 17:06

Days of Revolt: State Violence and Counter Violence
In this episode of teleSUR's Days of Revolt, host Chris Hedges sits down with former Black Panther Eddie Conway and former member of the Black Liberation Army Ojore Lutalo to discuss their roles in the radical movements in the 1960s and early 1970s and the state violence used to crush them.
DATE: 2015-08-25 | LENGTH: 25:23

The Sky Is Not Falling? China's Stock Market Impact
Economist James Henry discusses China and its impact on global markets
DATE: 2015-08-26 | LENGTH: 08:40

Why is Saudi Arabia Now Supporting the Iran Deal?
Over the past few weeks, the Saudi royal family seems to have warmed up to an agreement it used to strongly oppose
DATE: 2015-08-26 | LENGTH: 03:00

The PLO's "Game of Musical Chairs"
Ali Abunimah of The Electronic Intifada discusses the recent resignations from the Palestinian Liberation Organization's executive committee
DATE: 2015-08-26 | LENGTH: 08:16

GRITtv with Laura Flanders: New Orleans and the Economics of Recovery
Ten years since Katrina, Laura Flanders looks at the recovery, what worked and what didn't, with an extended interview with a former insider-turned-outsider Oliver Thomas.
DATE: 2015-08-26 | LENGTH: 26:06

Chelsea Manning, the Nuremberg Charter and Refusing to Collaborate with War Crimes - Vijay Prashad on Reality Asserts Itself (3/4)
TRNN Replay: In this segment of Reality Asserts Itself, Paul Jay and Vijay Prashad discuss the Chelsea Manning case in light of the 68th anniversary of signing the Nuremberg Charter which states it is illegal to follow orders to commit a war crime
DATE: | LENGTH: 14:02

A Fire In My Soul
The Real News spoke to rapper Lil Will about how young black activists and artists in the St. Louis area are responding to the killing of Mike Brown one year later
DATE: 2015-08-25 | LENGTH: 05:32

Smoke and Mirrors of Corporate Buybacks Behind the Market Crash
Michael Hudson, the author of Killing the Host: How Financial Parasites and Debt Destroy Global Economy, says the stock market crash on Monday has very little to do with China and all to do with shortermism and buybacks of corporations inflating their own stocks
DATE: 2015-08-25 | LENGTH: 10:58

Computer Voting and Stealing Democracy
Larry Wilkerson says, that computerized voting has increased the capacity of cheating with precision, consistency and efficiency without any forensic evidence
DATE: 2015-08-25 | LENGTH: 10:28

Questioning the Underlying Structures of Property and Power is "Off the Table" - Vijay Prashad on Reality Asserts Itself (2/4)
TRNN Replay: In part two of Reality Asserts Itself, Paul Jay and Vijay Prashad discuss the limits imposed on questioning the roots of inequality and how those who own the majority of property set the terms for everyone else
DATE: | LENGTH: 26:44

AIPAC Spending Millions to Defeat Iran Deal, But Efforts Are Falling Flat
Right-wing Israel lobby groups are in the second half of a fierce campaign to convince Congress and the American public that the Iran deal should be rejected.
DATE: 2015-08-23 | LENGTH: 03:33

Sanders: Great White Hope or Hype?
Paul Street says Bernie Sanders is a non-option for Black or progressive America
DATE: 2015-08-23 | LENGTH: 11:08

Moving Towards a Police State - Michael Ratner on Reality Asserts Itself (7/7)
TRNN Replay: Mr. Ratner tells Paul Jay that he warned of a growing police state a month after 9/11, as constitutional rights continue to evaporate in the name of national security
DATE: 2014-03-13 | LENGTH: 17:33

Decades of Relentless Austerity in Canada Could Defeat the Conservatives
Nora Loreto, the author of From Demonized to Organized: Building the New Union Movement, and Dru Oja Jay of Unite Against Austerity Campaign discuss how an anti-austerity platform could make a difference in the upcoming Canadian elections
DATE: 2015-08-23 | LENGTH: 15:51

Chicago Parents Launch Hunger-Strike for Community Input in School's Future
Chicago Parent-activist Jitu Brown and professor Pauline Lipman say the fight for community input in the future of Dyett High School mirrors those happening across Chicago and the country
DATE: 2015-08-23 | LENGTH: 09:49

Athlete Turned Artist & Movement for Black Lives Conference
Aaron Maybin is an athlete turned street artist that captures black life in a unique and creative way. On this segment, we talk to Aaron about his craft, his transition from the NFL, and the importance of street art. From July 24th to July 26th, over a thousand black activists convened at the 1st annual Movement for Black Lives conference in Cleveland, Ohio. What was discussed at this convening? Watch more on teleSUR
DATE: 2015-08-23 | LENGTH: 24:46

Marx and Tolstoy Helped Me See the Limits of Liberalism - Vijay Prashad on Reality Asserts Itself (1/4)
TRNN Replay: On the first episode of Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay, Vijay Prashad talks about growing up in India and coming to the realization that liberalism could never eliminate poverty
DATE: | LENGTH: 19:24

Greek Left Platform Creates New Popular Unity Party
The new Popular Unity Party will hold up the "NO" Referendum, honor the Anti-Austerity wishes of the people, stop privatization, break up the banking system, build a new economy and exit the Eurozone.
DATE: 2015-08-21 | LENGTH: 02:16

Macedonian Police Clash With Refugees at Greek Border
Reporting from the Macedonian border, Alexandra Krause of the The UN Refugee Agency warns of the dire humanitarian situation facing thousands of refugees stranded crossing from Greece to Macedonia
DATE: 2015-08-21 | LENGTH: 03:00

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras Tenders His Resignation
Reporting from Greece, Dimitri Lascaris explains the constitutionality of the move and weighs in on the calculation to hold another general election on September 20th
DATE: 2015-08-20 | LENGTH: 13:56

Former IAEA Inspector: Iranian "Self-Inspection" Won't Undermine Deal
Robert Kelley says the entire process will remain under IAEA supervision
DATE: 2015-08-20 | LENGTH: 06:44

ACLU: Illegal Pocomoke Meeting Should Void Chief's Firing
After a Real News investigation found the Pocomoke City council met in secret to fire the town's first black police chief, the ACLU has filed a complaint with the Maryland Attorney General's office
DATE: 2015-08-21 | LENGTH: 05:45

Typhoid Outbreak Latest Catastrophe for Palestinians in Besieged Yarmouk Refugee Camp
Independent journalist Patrick Strickland says the international community is failing its duty to protect civilians displaced in the ongoing Syrian civil war
DATE: 2015-08-21 | LENGTH: 09:00

Clinton Takes Soft Swipe at "Short-termism"
Gerald Epstein of PERI, U. Mass. Amherst, argues that Clinton does not go far enough by just calling for transparency in "short-termism" because buybacks of corporate stocks should be made illegal
DATE: 2015-08-21 | LENGTH: 08:25

The Dragon Has Come! George Jackson: A Video Mixtape
Part one of George Jackson: Releasing the Dragon (a video mixtape) by Bashi Rose and Jared Ball
DATE: 2015-08-21

Fighting Reagan's Secret, Illegal Wars - Michael Ratner on Reality Asserts Itself (6/7)
TRNN Replay: Mr. Ratner tells Paul Jay that Reagan ushered in a period of murderous suppression of opposition to US hegemony in Latin and Central America
DATE: 2014-03-12 | LENGTH: 19:34

In Confronting Hillary, Did Black Lives Matter Miss Opportunity to Make Demands?
Adam Jackson and Dayvon Love of Baltimore's Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle discuss the recent exchange between Black Lives Matter activists and Hillary Clinton
DATE: 2015-08-19 | LENGTH: 13:46

Black Scholars and Activists Renew Palestinian Solidarity
Activist and journalist Kristien Bailey discusses a new letter signed by more than 1000 to support Palestinian liberation.
DATE: 2015-08-20 | LENGTH: 08:22

Baltimore Mothers Accused of Lead Poisoning Their Own Children
Author and economist Bill Black discusses claims of a Maryland official that Baltimore mothers might poison their own children for free housing and money
DATE: 2015-08-20 | LENGTH: 09:10

Puerto Rican Independence Movement and Cuba Further Radicalized Me - Michael Ratner on RAI (5/7)
TRNN Replay: Mr. Ratner tells Paul Jay that in the 70's, the thrust for a more radical movement in New York was led by the fight for Puerto Rican independence
DATE: 2014-03-11 | LENGTH: 16:04

Compton, Comcast and Commercialism: NWA, Hip-Hop and Rape Culture
Author Sikivu Hutchinson discusses the new film Straight Outta Compton
DATE: 2015-08-19 | LENGTH: 09:04

"Failure Factories": How a Florida School District Wrecked Schools for Black Students
Tampa Bay Times investigative reporter Michael LaForgia discusses how after re-segregation, wealthy and majority-white Pinellas County became the worst place for Black students to attend public school in Florida
DATE: 2015-08-19 | LENGTH: 13:01

"Racism Still Lives Here" Banner Raised to Mark Mike Brown's Killing
Activists Quintin Savage and Elizabeth Vega say racism continues to destroy black lives a year after Mike Brown's killing and 160 years after a St. Louis Court ruled Dred Scott was property, not a person
DATE: 2015-08-19 | LENGTH: 07:36

The Butcher of Attica - Michael Ratner on Reality Asserts Itself (4/7)
TRNN Replay: Mr. Ratner tells Paul Jay that Gov. Rockefeller ordered the 1971 massacre of rebelling black prisoners to send a message throughout the US prison system
DATE: 2014-03-10 | LENGTH: 13:50

Pocomoke Councilwoman Gives Inside Story of How City's First Black Chief was Fired
During unannounced, secret meetings with the mayor, the council's only black member was pressured to support the dismissal of Kelvin Sewell despite what she says was lack of evidence
DATE: 2015-08-18 | LENGTH: 07:45

The Long Distance Revolutionary - Chris Hedges
In this episode of teleSUR's Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges sits down with the People's Organization for Progress founder Larry Hamm to dissect periods of American resistance and explain how shifts in the political climate shape community organizing.
DATE: 2015-08-18 | LENGTH: 24:58

Colleges Train for Work, Not Thought
Professor Larry Wilkerson discusses the latest in the high cost of college and the increasing role universities play in prepping a work force rather than an intellectual force
DATE: 2015-08-18 | LENGTH: 09:14

California Moves Towards Banning Grand Juries for Police Killings executive editor Glen Ford discusses the latest in banning the often-flawed grand jury process in police brutality cases
DATE: 2015-08-18 | LENGTH: 06:38

Newly Elected Ferguson Councilman Sees Progress One Year After Killing of Mike Brown
Wesley Bell, recently elected to the Ferguson City Council, says Ferguson has made significant progress in implementing community-oriented policing and reining in a court system that disproportionately targeted low-income African Americans
DATE: 2015-08-18 | LENGTH: 12:18

MLK and a Radicalizing Moment in American History - Michael Ratner on Reality Asserts Itself (3/7)
TRNN Replay: Mr. Ratner tells Paul Jay how the message and death of Dr. King, the army occupation of Baltimore and the police attack on the Colombia U. protest profoundly shaped the rest of his life
DATE: 2014-03-06 | LENGTH: 21:07

The Second Intifada Was Our Ferguson: Palestine and the Politics of Hip Hop
DAM rapper Tamer Nafar talks about how music showed him the connection between the Palestinian struggle and the Black American experience.
DATE: 2015-08-17 | LENGTH: 16:03

The National Security Kafkaland of Harper's C-51
Micheal Vonn, Policy Director at the BC Civil Liberties Association, says there is nothing salvageable in the bill to protect the civil liberties of Canadian citizens.
DATE: 2015-08-17 | LENGTH: 14:00

Greece Buying Israeli Drones Tested on Palestinians
Shir Hever says they will be used against refugees, asylum seekers approaching the Greek border, and on Greek citizens who are protesting government policy
DATE: 2015-08-17 | LENGTH: 10:12

Clinton Emails and the Privatization of Mexico's State Owned Oil and Gas Company (2/2)
Steve Horn of discusses Hilary Clinton's role in breaking up the state-owned oil and gas company Pemex as well as her climate track record in the context of her State Department tenure
DATE: 2015-08-17 | LENGTH: 07:46

From a Zionist Youth to Outspoken Critic of a Jewish State - Michael Ratner on RAI (2/7)
TRNN Replay: On Reality Asserts Itself, Mr. Ratner tells Paul Jay of his journey - from seeing Israel as an extension of his Jewish identity to realizing Israel was a settler, colonial state
DATE: 2014-03-04 | LENGTH: 17:25

Climate Change: Have We Reached the Point of No Return?
Dahr Jamail and Guy McPherson: Many new studies and modeling say reversing climate change is a pipe dream - brace yourself for human extinction
DATE: 2015-08-16 | LENGTH: 19:31

Obama's Africa Trip & Legacy of Colonialism in Puerto Rico
Telesur's The Global African looks at President Obama's recent trip to Africa and the debt crisis in Puerto Rico
DATE: 2015-08-16 | LENGTH: 24:51

The Vietnam War was a Seminal Event for Me - Michael Ratner on Reality Asserts Itself (1/7)
TRNN Replay: Mr. Ratner, President Emeritus of the Center for Constitutional Rights, tells Paul Jay that the civil rights movement and the Vietnam War transformed him from a "good liberal kid" into an activist questioning the role of America in the world
DATE: 2014-03-02 | LENGTH: 22:55

Kerry in Havana Restoring the US Embassy
It is a historic retreat by US imperialism and an attempt to disrupt the Cuban revolutionary process says historian and author Gerald Horne
DATE: 2015-08-14 | LENGTH: 08:40

Greek Bailout Approved in Parliament Causing a Rebellion in SYRIZA
Dimitri Lascaris Report: Tsipras is facing a no confidence vote, in the meantime the Eurogroup approves the deal
DATE: 2015-08-14 | LENGTH: 12:21

Will SYRIZA Survive Radical Left Democracy?
Stathis Gourgouris says the SYRIZA project is not over yet, but leftists must be more realistic about governing Greece
DATE: 2015-08-14 | LENGTH: 15:37

Multiple Scandals in Haiti Expose Weakness of Current Development Model
TRNN's Jessica Desvarieux explores the root cause of the scandals involving USAID and the American Red Cross, and looks at whether there is a way to get donations directly to local communities with accountability.
DATE: 2015-08-14 | LENGTH: 05:50

Devaluation of the Chinese Yuan Sends Markets into Flux
Liberalization of the Chinese market place means less central government control over it, says Economist Zhun Xu
DATE: 2015-08-14 | LENGTH: 11:48

Assange Denied the Right to Defend Himself Against Sexual Assault Allegations
By refusing to interview Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, Swedish prosecutors denied the Wikileaks founder of his right to defend himself, says Carey Shenkman, attorney representing Julian Assange at the Center for Constitutional Rights in New York
DATE: 2015-08-13 | LENGTH: 05:58

The Battle Against Austerity: Lessons From Greece
Leo Panitch and Richard Fidler discuss alternate views on recent developments in the fight against austerity waged by Syriza and the Greek people.
DATE: 2015-08-13 | LENGTH: 33:05

TRNN Replay: On Florida in 2000 and What to Do Next - Ralph Nader on Reality Asserts Itself (3/3)
Ralph Nader and Paul Jay discuss Ralph's decision to stay in the Florida race and what an electoral strategy could be now
DATE: | LENGTH: 19:15

Live From Ferguson: Voices of Protest
TRNN speaks to demonstrators gathered in Ferguson for the fourth consecutive day of protests to mark the one year anniversary of the killing of Michael Brown
DATE: 2015-08-13 | LENGTH: 56:50

TRNN in Ferguson: Rally to Demand Release of Detained Protest Leaders
The Real News reports live from the St. Louis County Jail where after a protest, authorities released Alexis Templeton and Brittany Ferrell, leaders of Millennial Activists United, who had been detained since their arrest during protests on Monday
DATE: 2015-08-13 | LENGTH: 40:39

TRNN Livestream From Ferguson: Protests on Day Two of the State of Emergency
TRNN's Jaisal Noor and David Dougherty go to the streets where residents continue to voice their outrage and call for justice
DATE: 2015-08-13 | LENGTH: 56:56

Baltimore's Mass Transit Suffers as Leaders Bicker
A contentious meeting between city leaders and governor's staff reveal lack of vision for Baltimore's problem plagued mass transit
DATE: 2015-08-13 | LENGTH: 12:59

Cherry Hill: The "Model Negro Village" (1/2)
Dr. Ray Winbush, director of the Institute for Urban Research at Morgan State University talks about their recently published report on the history, current state and proposed future of this legendary Baltimore community
DATE: 2015-08-13 | LENGTH: 12:42

Clinton Emails and the Privatization of Mexico's State Owned Oil and Gas Company (1/2)
Steve Horn of says the emails confirm that Clinton's State had a role in breaking up the state-owned oil and gas company, Pemex, paving the way for international oil to wreak the benefits of off shore drilling
DATE: 2015-08-13 | LENGTH: 07:56

TRNN Replay: Are Nader-Like Reforms Still Possible? - Ralph Nader on Reality Asserts Itself (2/3)
On RAI with Paul Jay, Ralph Nader says the reforms of the 1960's and 70's are no longer possible as Congress is bought and sold by a small number of very rich people and commercial interests
DATE: 2013-12-19 | LENGTH: 25:03

TRNN in Ferguson: 1 Year After the Killing of Mike Brown, What's Changed?
The Real News speaks to defense attorney Leslie Broadnax, Dr. Marva Robinson, and local rapper Lil Will.
DATE: 2015-08-12 | LENGTH: 28:25

Greek Bailout Goes to Servicing the Debt
Budget surplus targets were reduced, but this is no victory since it will be impossible to achieve and it will throw Greece into a perpetual depression, says Dimitri Lascaris
DATE: 2015-08-12 | LENGTH: 15:25

From Watts to Ferguson: 50 Years of Lessons (Not) Learned
Dr. Gerald Horne of the University of Houston and Makani Themba, executive director of the Praxis Project, discuss the history and continuing impact of the 1965 Watts rebellion.
DATE: 2015-08-12 | LENGTH: 14:03

Baltimore Street Artists on Creative Civil Disobedience
TRNN Executive Producer Eddie Conway interviews Black muralist Ernest Shaw Jr. and street artist Justin Nethercut on their work in Baltimore
DATE: 2015-08-12 | LENGTH: 04:15

TRNN Replay: McCarthyism Made Us Veer Away From a Systemic Doctrine for Change - Ralph Nader on RAI (1/3)
On Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay, Ralph Nader says McCarthy's reign of terror made people seek empirical change, like seeking legislative reforms to make safer cars, to avoid being associated with socialism.
DATE: 2013-12-18 | LENGTH: 24:40

Greek Dockworkers Against the Troika
Dockworker and Union Leader, Giorgos Gogos, who is also a member of the Central Committee of SYRIZA says the workers are very ready for the struggle against privatization and austerity in the Memorandum.
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