‘ON THE GROUND’ SHOW FOR SEPTEMBER 14, 2018: Ten Years After the 2008 Economic Crash…DC in the Era of Climate Change…Headlines on More War in Syria?…A Progressive Plan to Expand Social Security and More…

As Hurricane Florence batters the Mid-Atlantic, a discussion with Kristina Dahl of the Union of Concerned Scientists about how the nation’s capital is impacted by worsening climate change. And ten years ago this week, there was the world economic crash of 2008, which resulted in millions of Americans “losing their jobs and homes. Now, a […]

‘ON THE GROUND’ SHOW FOR DECEMBER 2, 2016: Black Power at 50 in DC, 1966-2016, Part 1…James Early on Fidel Castro…Updates on DAPL and Environmental Justice

2016 marked the 50th anniversary of the call for Black Power in this country, in 1966, seven years after the victory of the Cuban Revolution and during a time when similar liberation movements in Africa, Asia and the Americas were rising up against colonialism, and all forms of capitalist European and American hegemony. Today is […]

‘ON THE GROUND’ SHOW, AUGUST 28, 2014–CAN THE FERGUSON MOMENT LEAD TO ECONOMIC JUSTICE?

AUGUST 28, 2014 CAN THE FERGUSON MOMENT LEAD TO ECONOMIC JUSTICE? As we approach Labor Day, can the groundswell of activism that has emerged around Ferguson be directed toward Justice AND jobs? Part one of a discussion. Guests and voices: Gerald Horne, Salim Adofo, Amani Al-Khatahbeh and Richard Prince.