Thousands to Rally for Climate, Jobs and Justice

September 6, 2018

San Francisco organizer Antonio Diaz and New Orleans organizer Anne Rolfes say that people will take to the streets on September 8 because rhetoric is not enough to fight the climate crisis

Voices from the Families Belong Together March in DC

July 2, 2018

Tens of thousands of DC protestors called for an overhaul of immigration policy in the US and said that allowing families to stay together in detention centers is not enough

The New Sit-Ins

The New Sit-Ins

May 30, 2018

As incidents of racial profiling, discrimination, and police brutality are filmed in commercial spaces, activists re-invent the lunch-counter sit-ins of the 1960s

Jewish Americans Condemn US Gov. Support for Israel's Massacre of Gazans

Jewish Americans Condemn US Gov. Support for Israel’s Massacre of Gazans

May 17, 2018

Activists from Jewish Voice for Peace NYC and Jews Say No! held a Gaza solidarity protest outside the office of Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, condemning US support for Israel’s massacre of Palestinian protesters – Ben Norton reports.

Gaza Activist: Israel's Massacres Won't Stop Our Struggle

Gaza Activist: Israel's Massacres Won't Stop Our Struggle

May 14, 2018
In one of the worst mass killings by Israel in years, at least 55 Palestinians were killed as the IDF opened fire on the Great March of Return in Gaza. The attack coincided with the opening of the new US embassy in Jerusalem. We are joined from Gaza City by Basem Naim, a former Gaza…
Nomination of Torturer for CIA Director Reflects Spy Agency's Antidemocratic Dangers

Trump’s Nomination of Torturer to Lead ‘Out of Control’ CIA

May 10, 2018
Part 2 of journalist Robert Scheer’s discussion with TRNN’s Ben Norton. He says torturers like Donald Trump’s nominee Gina Haspel reflect how the CIA makes Americans less safe, despite bipartisan political support for the violent spy agency.

French Unions & Students Mobilize Against Reforms: Another May ’68?

May 4, 2018

50 years after France’s legendary May 1968, which almost toppled the government, unions and students are again mobilizing against the government. However, while the establishment celebrates May ’68, its criticizes today’s protest movement, says Le Monde Diplomatique’s Renaud Lambert

Protesters Rail Against Police, Poverty in Baltimore May Day March

Protesters Rail Against Police, Poverty in Baltimore May Day March

May 2, 2018

Residents called for unity in the fight for fair wages, universal healthcare, and dismantling of the Baltimore Police department

Hampton University Students Take to the Streets Over Campus Conditions

March 28, 2018

Students are protesting a number of issues, including the mishandling of sexual assault complaints, housing problems and safety concerns. We speak to’s Jarrett Carter, Sr.