“The Marc Steiner Show” is back for 2021, and we’ve sure got a lot to discuss. In this episode, Marc is joined by Kali Holloway, anti-racist activist and columnist for The Nation, and Danny Sjursen, writer, war veteran, and director of the Eisenhower Media Network, to discuss the past four years of Trump, the violent rise of the right, the Georgia Senate elections, and what comes next. (Note: This episode was recorded on the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 6, before a mob of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol building in Washington, D.C.)

Marc Steiner

Host, The Marc Steiner Show

Marc Steiner, interim co-Editor at TRNN, is a Peabody Award-winning journalist who has spent his life working on issues of social justice. He walked his first picket line at age 13 and at age 16 became the youngest person in Maryland arrested for Civil Rights protests, in the Freedom Rides through Cambridge. As part of the Poor People’s Campaign in 1968, Marc helped organize poor white communities with the Young Patriots, the white Appalachian counterpart to the Black Panthers. Early in his career he counseled at-risk youth in therapeutic settings and founded a theater program in the Maryland State prison system. He also taught Theatre for 10 years at the Baltimore School for the Arts. From 1993 through 1997 his signature “Marc Steiner Show” aired on Baltimore’s public radio airwaves, both WYPR – which Marc co-founded – and Morgan State University’s WEAA.