School officials and teachers have very different views on whether it’s safe for students hurt by missing in-person classes to safely return to the classroom.
The Trump administration was ordered to stop denying billions in pandemic relief to 1.4 million prisoners.
In our final First Nations Friday, we discuss the ongoing protests at Trump’s U.S./Mexico border wall, where Indigenous communities call for an end to colonial borders. We also have a special announcement about a new show coming to The Real News Network!
Disabled free speech activist Blind Justice has been held in solitary confinement for a failure to appear charge, while George Floyd’s alleged murderer Derek Chauvin was released from prison.
Post-COVID-19 hospitalization, Trump pledged to “make China pay.” His rhetoric coincides with growing military tensions between the nuclear-armed superpowers—and a military analyst worries about the prospects of war.
Baltimore City Schools say they can safely return the most-at risk students to the classroom, but some argue reopening too soon could exacerbate chronic racial health disparities.
Scott helped author legislation banning no-knock warrants, known as “Breonna’s Law.”
Unhealthy ecosystems jeopardize our ability to meet our most basic needs: Water, food, medicine, clean air. There is no one on the planet this doesn’t impact. And loss of biodiversity hurts the poorest the most.
The latest Project Censored documentary, followed by a discussion featuring Abby Martin, Nolan Higdon, Eleanor Goldfield, and Mickey Huff. Hosted by The Real News Network’s Jaisal Noor.
As Christopher Columbus statues come down across the U.S., and his legacy is being reevaluated, the real story must be told. We talk about how Columbus’ actions continue to impact Indigenous, Black and Brown communities today through genocide and colonization, and what we can do to fix it.