May 27, 2020
Today we talk to Cyrah Hawkins about his recent incident with some California police, the trauma he and his family endured, and the aftermath of the incident. The incident in question is linked to in the shownotes.
May 20, 2020
Today we sit down with Margaret Kimberley (@freedomrideblog) of Black Agenda Report and author of the new book "Prejudential: Black America and the Presidents" to discuss the recent revelations regarding the FBI's dealings with former Trump National Security Advisor Michael Flynn and the declassified documents of...
May 11, 2020
We had a recent conversation with friend of the show, activist Mark Provost, about how the US is handling the Coronavirus crisis, how this is affecting white identity, the economic costs of the virus, and if this would open working people up to socialist and leftist ideas more broadly.
May 7, 2020
We continue our discussion with workers about how the Coronavirus is affecting them. We chat with Kim about her job as a home nurse, the ins and outs of the job as it relates to Coronavirus, and her thoughts on the matter as a health worker.
May 4, 2020
Today we begin our month discussing how Coronavirus is affecting average working people. Today we talk to a worker in New Jersey, James, about how his life is being affected, the response from the state and federal governments, and if there is any concern regarding long-term political or economic impact.