By Anonymous (not verified), 10 June, 2013
Miranda Gibson

This radio documentary covers the cases of environmental political prisoners Eric McDavid and Marie Mason, who are both serving sentences of around 20 years in prison in the US. We look at why these two are considered to be political prisoners and the movement of prisoner solidarity around the world. We explore the significance of these cases from a global perspective and talk about June 11th, the international day of solidarity with Eric and Marie.

By Anonymous (not verified), 27 February, 2013
Michael Slate

“We Are All Still Trayvon Martin and the Fight to Remove the Bull's Eye from the Backs of Black and Latino Youth”

Following the footsteps of Trayvon Martin as he walked to his death at the hands of the vigilante "wanna be" cop, George Zimmerman.

Li Onesto, journalist, Revolution newspaper, analyzes the fierce counterassault on Trayvon Martin, even months after his murder, and how the system murdered him once with a gun and re-murdered him again
by assaulting his reputation and character, presenting him as a thug.

By Anonymous (not verified), 10 October, 2012
Michael Slate

"Changing the World or Settling for the Lesser of Two Evils - If You Settle for the Lesser Evil It's Still Evil!"

Ray McGovern (author/activist); Dennis Trainor, Jr. (filmmaker); Bob Avakian (Chairman, Revolutionary Communist Party)

McGovern talks about his article "The Silence of the Drones" and the immorality and criminal nature of both the US drone warfare in Pakistan and elsewhere as well the implied complicity in the lack of mass opposition to this drone warfare.

By Anonymous (not verified), 11 January, 2012
Michael Slate

Andy Worthington, Journalist, digs into the history of the Guantanamo torture chamber and the torture and abuse of political prisoners who remain caged at Guantanamo. Worthington reveals how the US imperialists have maneuvered to prevent the release of any prisoners, including those already cleared for release, and effectively prevent the closure of the prison.

Adesola Osakalumi, one of the two actors who portray the Nigerian musician Fela Anikulapo Kuti in a play celebrating the revolutionary and butt shaking music and art of Fela.

By Anonymous (not verified), 3 April, 2010

PRESENTE- Honouring disability rights activist Aaron Shelbourne, who died earlier this week;

Interview John Clarke about the draconian provincial government cut of the 'special diet
allowance', the one thing which has stood between minimal health and destitution for the 700,000 (and growing number of) people who rely on social assistance in Ontario. Also, Kelly & John talk about the upcoming events listed below, which if you live in Toronto you are urged to come out to...

By Anonymous (not verified), 29 December, 2009
Andrew Ó Baoill

Edited interview with Robert Naiman of Just Foreign Policy. Naiman is taking part in the Gaza Freedom March, and is currently in Cairo. Interview was via Skype, so of mixed quality.

Interviewer/producer: Andrew Ó Baoill
Interviewee: Robert Naiman
Other audio: extract from Democracy Now, 24 December (Hedy Epstein talking)

By Anonymous (not verified), 9 June, 2009
This is 2jaeng news on Media Redevelopment Action Radio.
The English half of our hour long report on events and social struggles underreported in the mainstream media. Issues for this show are:
Solidarity for Sex Workers
Ban on Protests
Roh Mu-hyun's Suicide and Funeral
Last Friday's Eviction
Conscientious Objector sent to prison
(stream is available at link below)