By Anonymous (not verified), 18 July, 2012
Michael Slate

John Hoberman, a professor at University of Texas, Austin, and author
of Black and Blue, a scathing exposure of the role of racism in
medicine and its impact on Black people, Black doctors and health
workers and all of us. Larry Everest,Revolutionary journalist and
author, digs into the current situation in Egypt and the stakes for the
Egyptian people, the imperialists and the people of the world. A resident
of Sanford, Florida talks about his repeated bouts with
police brutality and abuse and what it means to meet a movement for

By Anonymous (not verified), 2 May, 2012
Michael Slate

On the 20th Anniversary of the 1992 Los Angeles Rebellion, when all of the pundits and "wise-men" have declared the LA Rebellion a tragedy at best and mob violence at worst, Carl Dix, Revolutionary Communist Party, and Erin Aubry Kaplan, journalist and author, discuss the Rebellion as a very good thing for the people. Dix and Kaplan explore the roots of the rebellion and its significance then and now.

By Anonymous (not verified), 28 March, 2012
Michael Slate

Clyde Young, Revolutionary Communist and former prisoner, argues that Mass Incarceration Plus Silence Equals Genocide and calls for a National Day of Action against mass incarceration.

An excerpt from a speech by Bob Avakian, Chairman, RCP USA, "Revolution: Why It's Necessary, Why It's Possible and What It's All About," reveals the racist terror against Black people that is the spinal
column of this system.

By Anonymous (not verified), 1 February, 2012
Michael Slate

This week's show is drawn from an interview with Bob Avakian, Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party, on many of the questions of the revolution, questions that are now being asked and debated: What's the nature of society? Who's responsible for all the horrors in the world? How do we change it? And what are we going to do in the new world?

By Anonymous (not verified), 13 April, 2010
Jack R. Johnson

Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has graciously allowed Virginians all across the state to spend a few moments remembering the historical significance of the Confederate States of America, declaring April to be an official 'Confederate History Month'

Unfortunately, he forgot to mention that small formality of slavery, an omission he has since apologized for, which is rather like a vicious wife beater apologizing to his neighbor for his wife’s terrible screams.

“I just had no idea she would make that much noise.”