Justice

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

1st Edition

October 20, 2017
In this episode of The Afro 1st Edition with Sean Yoes, TRNN reporters Taya Graham and Stephen Janis discuss the burgeoning scandal involving the indictment of 8 members of Baltimore Gun Trace Task Force and what it says about efforts to reform to policing

Marilyn Mosby: I Will Continue to Challenge the ‘Status Quo’

March 14, 2017

In an exclusive interview with Baltimore’s State’s Attorney and the first in our series focusing on women of influence, Mosby says the nation’s criminal justice system still needs major reform – Story by Taya Graham and Stephen Janis

Transnational Corporations vs. Human Rights

January 2, 2017
Ecuador’s Ambassador to the UN Geneva briefs TRNN on Resolution 26/9, the UN Human Rights Council mandate to elaborate an international legal framework to regulate activities of transnational corporations under binding international human rights law

Joe Tropea on Anti-Vietnam War Activism

February 26, 2014
Tropea: The history of anti-Vietnam War actions shows protesters creatively adapting to state repression

Jordan Davis Verdict Highlights Need for “Race-Conscious Solution” To U.S. Racism

February 17, 2014

Dayvon Love and Brendan Fischer say that ‘Stand Your Ground’ laws help rationalize violence against people of color by legitimizing fear of black men

Guantanamo Anniversary: 12 Years Of A Continuing War Crime

January 9, 2014

Ratner: 155 Prisoners, Almost All Held Without Charge, Must be Tried or Released – Immediately

Tragic Slaying by Bay Area Police Remembered 5 Years Later

January 2, 2014

Quest for justice continues 5 years after slaying of Oscar Grant, unarmed 22 year old African American killed while detained in police custody

Rwanda and The Democratic Republic of the Congo

December 18, 2013
Maurice Carney: Major strides for peace in the Congo have emerged and will continue if the United States pressures neighboring countries like Uganda and Rwanda from intentionally destabilizing the central African country

Reality Asserts Itself - David Swanson

December 17, 2013
On RAI with Paul Jay, David Swanson says that nonviolent campaigns have been more successful than campaigns of violence