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Will Harvard's Affirmative Action Case be a Referendum on Race Conscious College Admissions?

Will Harvard’s Affirmative Action Case be a Referendum on Race Conscious College Admissions?

November 12, 2018

A discussion with Brenda Shum of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and Nicole Ochi of Advancing Justice L.A., hosted by Khalilah Harris

French President Macron Praises Nazi-Collaborating Leader, Whitewashing World War I Bloodbath

French President Macron Praises Nazi-Collaborating Leader, Whitewashing World War I Bloodbath

November 10, 2018

France’s centrist President Macron ignited a firestorm for praising Nazi collaborator leader Philippe Pétain for his role in World War I. Historian Adam Hochschild argues war resisters are the real heroes who should be honored, as Trump visits Paris to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI

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Julia Salazar Says For Progressives, These Midterms Were Just The Beginning

Julia Salazar Says For Progressives, These Midterms Were Just The Beginning

November 7, 2018

Julia Salazar, the first Democratic Socialists of America member on New York’s State Senate, talks to Marc Steiner about the role left organizations play in elections and what comes after the midterms

Green Ballot Initiatives Meet Massive Resistance From Big Oil

Green Ballot Initiatives Meet Massive Resistance From Big Oil

November 7, 2018

Greenpeace’s Janet Redman tells Marc Steiner that a carbon tax in Washington, drilling limitations in Colorado, and other initiatives were struck down by fossil fuel industries—but environmentalists did see some wins

Will Clean Energy Prevail Under New House Democratic Majority?  

Will Clean Energy Prevail Under New House Democratic Majority?  

November 7, 2018

Greenpeace’s Janet Redman talks to Marc Steiner about whether the new House Democrats will usher in green economic measures

Democrats Take House but Progressives Dealt Several Defeats

Democrats Take House but Progressives Dealt Several Defeats

November 7, 2018

A brief recap of the 2018 midterm elections. For all of our analysis go to TRNN.com

Danny Glover: Crucial Midterm Election Not just for US, but Also for Rest of World

Danny Glover: Crucial Midterm Election Not just for US, but Also for Rest of World

November 7, 2018

Activist and actor Danny Glover looks at the big picture of the midterm election and what it means for people living outside the US

Can Progressives Make the Democratic Party End its Collaboration with Republicans?

Can Progressives Make the Democratic Party End its Collaboration with Republicans?

November 7, 2018

There are important differences between Republicans and Democrats, but there also are many areas where the differences are more cosmetic than real, especially in the area of foreign policy and militarism. Will progressive successes in the midterms push the party as a whole more to the left? TRNN midterm panel with Eugene Puryear, Jacqueline Luqman,…

Midterm Ballot Initiatives: An Important Organizing Tool

Midterm Ballot Initiatives: An Important Organizing Tool

November 7, 2018

TRNN midterm election panelist Prof. Lester Spence explains the role of ballot initiatives and how they can be used as an organizing tool for getting citizens involved in the political process

Ralph Nader on how the Democratic Party 'Almost Blew it Again'

Ralph Nader on how the Democratic Party ‘Almost Blew it Again’

November 7, 2018

TRNN Panel with Ralph Nader examines the shortcomings of the Democratic Party and how it almost failed to beat the Republicans in the midterms, even though they were in a relatively weak position

Democrats Take the House - What Now?

Democrats Take the House – What Now?

November 7, 2018

TRNN midterm elections panel with Thomas Frank, Eugene Puryear, Jacqueline Luqman, Paul Jay, Khalilah Harris, Lester Spence, Ralph Nader, Danny Glover, and host Marc Steiner discuss what the Democratic party can do now that it re-took the House of Representatives

Economic Anxiety Fueled Trump's 2016 Victory

Economic Anxiety Fueled Trump’s 2016 Victory

November 6, 2018

Democrats failed to offer strong economic solutions to the problems people were facing after the economic collapse and people saw little difference between the two parties, driving them to vote for Trump, says Thomas, Ferguson, co-author of, “The Economic and Social Roots of Populist Rebellion: Support for Donald Trump in 2016”