By Anonymous (not verified), 14 December, 2011
Michael Slate

"Mumia Abu Jamal, 30 Years After the Frame-up Began the Death Sentence is Replaced with Life in Jail, Cornel West & Carl Dix Dialogue, and A Voice Against the Savage Treatment of the Elderly"

On the 30th anniversary of the night that began the frame-up of former Black Panther and revolutionary activist Mumia Abu Jamal, David Lindorff, journalist/author,, explores the history of the legal frame-up and the story behind the Philadelphia DA's decision not to pursue the reinstatement of the death penalty against Mumia.

By Anonymous (not verified), 7 December, 2011
Michael Slate

"What's It Gonna Take to Get the World We Need?"

Professor Dennis Loo, Cal Poly Pomona, talks about the nature of the State and how it functions in Capitalist Society, arguing that the defining characteristic of the State is the monopolization on the legitimate use of force. Loo then explores the character of the modern imperial State, its embrace of the so-called War on Terror and what it means for those who want to change the world.

By Anonymous (not verified), 21 September, 2011
Michael Slate

"The Fog of War and Occupation, the Lies that Feed It and the Courage to Resist - Libya, Iraq and Palestine"

Maximilian Forte, Prof at University of Concordia, Montreal, challenges the notion that the NATO-fueled war in Libya is a victory for the Libyan people and lays bare the top ten myths in the war against Libya.

Robert Parry, journalist,, hammers down on the top political pundits in the US media who created public support for the wars crimes committed by the US in the invasion of Iraq and examines the impact all this had on today.

By Anonymous (not verified), 14 September, 2011
Michael Slate

Carl Dix, Revolutionary Communist Party and James "The Doctor" Benjamin, Attica Brother/participant in the Attica Rebellion, speak about the Attica Rebellion - what happened, the significance of the rebellion and why it should be upheld today.
Bob Avakian, Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party (recorded excerpt of speech), speaks about War and Terrorism in the aftermath of 9/11.

By Anonymous (not verified), 4 May, 2011
Michael Slate

The Guantanamo Files, Can Science Embrace Religion and a Chinatown Pogrom -- the Largest Mass Lynching in US History:

Andy Worthington, journalist and author of The Guantanamo Files, talks about the significance of the WikiLeaks Guantanamo documents and what they reveal about the American Torture Chamber.

PZ Myers, Scientist, Atheist & Blogger (Pharyngula), argues that science and religion cannot be reconciled and nothing good can come from attempting to do so.

By Anonymous (not verified), 20 April, 2011
Michael Slate

Richard Falk, professor emeritus of international law and practice who taught at Princeton University for 40 years, and UN Special Rapporteur for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories, on the insanity of continuing to develop nuclear energy and how this pursuit is tightly bound up with nuclear weapons and the imperialist domination of the world. Paul Von Blum, emeritus lecturer in African American Studies and

By Anonymous (not verified), 22 July, 2010
DégenréE, l'emission pour déranger

DégenréE vous propose de suivre les traces d'Emma Goldmann, une anarchiste feministe du début du xxème...
et des Emmazones, une troupe de théâtre - une bande de meufs, qui ont monté "En suivant Emma", de Howard zinn.

Des extraits de la pièce, des interview exclusives, les musiques du spectacles... pour celles et ceux qui n'ont pas pu voir le spectacle* ou pour s'immerger à nouveau dans l'emotion et la force politique de cette pièce!

*Contact des Emmazones:

By Anonymous (not verified), 12 May, 2010
Michael Slate, host and producer

Raymond Lotta, communist political economist, digs into the Gulf oil
spill and reveals how it is a capitalist oil spill in every
conceivable way and points to how a socialist society would do
things differently.

Army veteran Matthis Chiroux talks about the nationwide "We Are Not
Your Soldiers" tour of resister vets and The World Can't Wait
organization, talking to high school students and organizing
resistance to military recruiters signing students up to carry out war crimes around the world.

Langston Hughes on the importance of Dreams.