Eugene Puryear Discusses Mass Incarceration on WPFW

Author talks about new book on Voices with Vision  

Listen to author Eugene Puryear talk about his new book, Shackled and Chained: Mass Incarceration in Capitalist America, on Voices with Vision on WPFW.

Presidential Inaugural Committee tries to silence voices of the unemployed

Interview with Brian Becker, National Coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition  

Listen to Brian Becker of the ANSWER Coalition be interviewed by Gloria Minnot of WPFW about the right of the people to gather and exercise free speech rights during the inaugural parade.

NCPR features PSL Presidential Candidate Peta Lindsay

North Country Public Radio coverage of the Lindsay/Osorio 2012 campaign  

"The two party system is a rigged game. It's rigged against working people. It's just another way for the one percent to exercise their power over the rest of us," says PSL Presidential Candidate Peta Lindsay.

Radio interview with Peta Lindsay

PSL candidate on KPFT in Houston, Texas  

Interview on Pacifica radio station KPFT in Houston, Texas

Vote for the World You Want Not Against the World You Fear

Interview with Peta Lindsay & Yari Osorio on Washington, DC's WPFW  

Radio interview with PSL candidates Peta Lindsay and Yari Osorio on the Super Funky Soul Power Hour.

Hear Peta Lindsay, Yari Osorio and Eugene Puryear on the radio

Lindsay / Osorio 2012 Presidential Campaign featured on Pacifica WPFW  

PSL candidates Peta Lindsay and Yari Osorio, along with 2008 PSL candidate Eugene Puryear, were guests on the "Super Funky Soul Power Hour" on Washington, D.C.’s WPFW Pacifica Radio. Host Dr. Jared A. Ball focused the program on third-party electoral politics.

Revolts, Rebellions and Revolutions: Slave Uprisings in the Americas

Washington, D.C., branch meeting, February 20, 2012  

PSL Member Nicholas Powell talks about, the history of slavery in the Americas, which is usually over simplified as a history of victims and oppressors. But such a view ignores the rich tradition of slave rebellion. The legacies of Nat Turner, Gabriel Prosser and Toussaint L’Overture, among countless others, demonstrate that those enslaved did not merely acquiesce to their conditions, but instead fought valiantly, choosing to organize and struggle to change history.

Mike Nida and the fight against police brutality

Friend speaks on behalf of slain Downey man  

Special guest speaker Damion Ramirez gives an account of his best friend Mike Nida and how he was brutally murdered by the Downey Police Department.

Brian Becker on Libya, Law and Disorder Radio, Aug. 29, 2011

Brian Becker lays out the history of the ongoing Libya invasion  

Libya possesses the largest of Africa’s oil reserves. Since March 19, Britain, France and the United States have conducted nearly 7,500 bombing attacks. Ground forces are NATO-led and direct the military operations of the so-called rebel forces.

Despite massacre, Palestine lives on


Despite massacre, Palestine lives on

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