Our weekly radio show on Pacifica KPFK 90.7 FM (Tuesdays at 4PM) with lead hosts Eric Mann and Tammy Bang Luu, features interviews with frontline organizers from across the globe. We’re picking up a large working class Los Angeles audience, and increasingly, a national audience for our live, streaming webcast (http://www.kpfk.org/listen-live.html). We challenge Rush Limbaugh talk radio and offer a punchier, tougher, multi-racial alternative to Air America. It is a show that focuses on strategy and tactics, social movements, radical and revolutionary thinkers, strategists, organizers, and mass leaders--asking the question "What is to be Done?"
The editor of a new book, Downtown Blues: A Skid Row Reader, discusses the battles in Skid Row over criminalization of poverty and gentrification that sparked this unique collaboration between Skid Row activists, artists, and well-known scholars like Robin DG Kelley.
John Malpede and Ronnie Walker: Los Angeles Poverty Department's new play exposes the costs of California's prisons
The founding director and one of the leading players in a Skid Row-based group Los Angeles Poverty Department discuss their new play State of Incareration.
An organizer with UCLA Students for Democratic Society discusses the latest round of federal grand jury subpoenas attempting to criminalize the work of international solidarity activists -- and the organized movement response.
The first of a new series "Dispatches from the Bolivarian Revolution" with award-winning journalist Eva Golinger
Kat Rodriguez: Challenging the "Birth-Right Citizenship" bill and the latest attacks on immigrants in Arizona
An organizer with the Coalición de Derechos Humanos in Tucson discusses the latest round of attacks on immigrants in Arizona, including a proposal to deny birthright citizenship to US-born children from undocumented immigrant families and another proposal to exempt Arizona from compliance with any international laws.
An organizer with the Home Defenders' League and the Association of Californians for Community Empowerment discusses a growing campaign led by foreclosed and evicted homeowners in California to demand accountability from mega-banks like Chase who have profitted handsomely from the housing crisis.
The investigative war journalist discusses an explosive expose recently published by Al-Jazeera uncovering widespread sexual abuse of both male and female soldiers inside the US military.
The National Director of Jobs with Justice discusses state-level Right-wing attacks on public sector unions and the political power of organized labor in the wake of Tea Party-driven state-level Republican victories in the November elections.
A fellow at the Korea Policy Institute unpacks the latest tensions on the Korean peninsula following exchange of fire and US-South Korean military exercises.
Director of the Center for Constitution Rights on a shocking new report on racial profiling endemic to New York's "stop and frisk" law and efforts to hold NYPD accountable. Warren also weighs in on broad "anti-terrorism" investigations and prosecutions.