First as Farce, Then as Tragedy

December 10, 2018

Manisha Sinha / Portside. Donald Trump wants to destroy the 14th Amendment’s guarantee of birthright citizenship. But before he sought to eliminate it outright, his elite predecessors mangled, misread, and misused the amendment in the service of capital. Donald Trump’s unconstitutional threat to decree an end to the Fourteenth Amendment’s guarantee of national birthright citizenship…

Tangled in the Garden of Good and Evil

September 5, 2018

A French television program tackles the tough questions of compliance and resistance. By Norman Solomon / The Nation. You will receive occasional promotional offers for programs that support The Nation’s journalism. You can read our Privacy Policy here. The most widely acclaimed TV series ever about the Nazi occupation of France is a relentless epic…

The History of American Resistance

July 13, 2018

On the Marc Steiner Show, Marc talks to Jeff Biggers, author of the new book Resistance: Reclaiming An American Tradition, about the American history of uprisings from Thomas Paine to Black Lives Matter

The History of Race and Labor in the USA (1/2)

June 25, 2018

TRNN Replay: On the Marc Steiner Show, Marc talks to Bill Fletcher about the history of race and racism in US labor from African slavery to today

The Marc Steiner Show: Paul Coates (Pt. 2/2)

The Marc Steiner Show: Paul Coates

May 17, 2018
In the second part of their conversation, Paul Coates of Black Classic Press talks to Marc about what it means to run a business inspired by George Jackson and the labor movement

Real Media: Property Rights, Deregulation and Think Tanks (2/2)

October 4, 2017

Open Democracy’s Laurie Macfarlane talks about the UK government’s deregulation strategy and its effects on housing, as well as the influence of think tanks on national debate and an explanation of the ‘positive feedback loop’

Real Media: The UK Obsession with Property Rights (1/2)

October 2, 2017

Open Democracy’s Laurie Macfarlane on the recent history of UK property ownership, the obscene rise in property values that is mirrored in rent increases and personal debt, and some possible solutions to consider

Marking the 140th Anniversary of the Great Railroad Strike of 1877

July 19, 2017

Labor historian Bill Barry tours viewers through a B&O Railroad Museum exhibit honoring the strike in which over 100,000 workers participated, and over 100 people were killed

Railroad Workers' Struggles Continue 140 Years after their First National Strike

July 19, 2017
TRNN speaks to railroad union leaders at the commemoration of the Great Railroad Strike of 1877