Eddie Conway

Rattling the Bars: A Look Inside Private Prisons in the US

Rattling the Bars: A Look Inside Private Prisons in the US

October 14, 2018

Investigative journalist Shane Bauer speaks to Eddie Conway about his book, American Prison, and the history of prison privatization in the US

How Flint Was Gentrified Through its Water Crisis

August 24, 2018

Executive Producer Eddie Conway speaks with Flint resident and activist Abel Delgado on how the water crisis transformed his neighborhood

TRNN Exclusive: Flint Mayor on the Struggle for Clean Water

August 21, 2018

Flint Mayor Karen Weaver speaks with Eddie Conway about how budget cuts, poor existing infrastructure maintenance, and government mismanagement have caused a health crisis in her city

Can Maryland be at the forefront of Third Party Organizing?

August 10, 2018

Executive Producer Eddie Conway speaks with Andy Ellis, Green Party Candidate for State Delegate MD-45, who argues that some of the most popular ideas in the post-Bernie Sanders era emanate from Green Party organizing

Flint Is Still In A Crisis and Something Has Got To Give

August 6, 2018

Eddie Conway speaks with barber Norman Booker and patrons about how the state-sanctioned use of contaminated water has impacted their lives

The Flint Water Crisis: Fighting for Accountability

July 26, 2018

In the second part of their interview, Eddie Conway speaks with Rev. David Alexander Bullock about who is responsible for the continuing Flint Water Crisis and how Flint and Detroit can fight for accountability

The Flint Water Crisis: Detroit is Where it all Began

July 25, 2018

Eddie Conway speaks with Rev. David Bullock about how the largest municipal bankruptcy in the world gave birth to a public health crisis

Rattling the Bars: More Arrests And Jail Time Will Not Make Cities Safer

July 14, 2018

Executive Producer Eddie Conway uncovers why more arrests are not making communities safer.

The Baltimore Bureau Podcast Show

June 25, 2018

Eze and Khalilah talk about the week’s Baltimore stories which include a conversation with a mother whose son she says was murdered by a police officer in 2006, the end of the Poor People’s Campaign, and Maryland’s Democratic primary races on Tuesday

Rattling the Bars: Debbie Sims Africa Released from Prison after Serving 40 Years

June 24, 2018

Debbie Sims Africa is one of the “Move Nine” who were charged and convicted for the murder of a police officer in 1978. Black Agenda Report’s Glen Ford and TRNN’s Eddie Conway discuss the release