Whether it is the pandemic, the toll of sick and dying, or the unprecedented army of the unemployed, the United States has entered uncharted territory. We speak to activists, including Pam Tau Lee of San Francisco. And even with a quarter million confirmed cases and more than 6000 dead, the pandemic has not stopped U.S. […]
Part one of our coverage from a gathering of 1500 people from around the globe who met in Havana, Cuba for the Anti-Imperialist Solidarity Meeting, for Democracy and Against Neoliberalism. The conference occurred as millions around the world, from Iraq to Haiti, from Chile to Honduras, protest in the streets against vast wealth inequality, poverty, […]
On the Ground was in Cuba in April and May 2019 as part of the 14th Annual May Day International Brigade of Voluntary Work and Solidarity with Cuba, during which we traveled to throughout Western and Central Cuba, hearing from Cubans about their lives and views about what is happening internationally. As is happening in […]
For this show, we are in Havana, Cuba, where millions of Cubans celebrated May Day in support of workers and against the expanded United States economic blockade and sanctions. The May 1 celebration occurred as representatives meeting here from around the world stood in solidarity with the government of Venezuela as it defeated an attempted […]
On this show, we hear from attorneys and activists seeking justice for those among the 41 remaining prisoners at Guantanamo, who have been caged and tortured for more than a decade but not charged with any crime. Now Donald Trump says he wants to send more people to Guantanamo, people he describes as “bad dudes.” […]
OCT. 30, 2014 THE UNITED STATES AND CUBA have a complex, centuries-long relationship involving slaves, Jim Crow and revolution. An interview with Gerald Horne about his book, Race to Revolution:The U.S. and Cuba during Slavery and Jim Crow. Headlines and more. Final week of the fall fund drive.