30-40 million people are at risk of eviction this year. Dawn Phillips joins host Jayanni Webster to talk about innovative housing defense strategies to cancel rent and end the evictions crisis.
Host Gerald Lenoir talks with Maria Rodriguez and Dwight Bullard about the urgent efforts to transform politics and win political power in Florida, in 2020 and beyond.
New Frontline Dispatches host Diana Robinson talks with Axel Fuentes from the Rural Community Workers Alliance about the struggle of food industry workers during the COVID pandemic.
Organizer and historian Prexy Nesbitt in conversation with Max Elbaum about the uprising for Black Lives and the Global Struggle against racism.
The sprint to November 2020 is underway. The question remains: who will we bring into our growing coalition organized around racial justice and radical economic democracy?
Lamar Wise, an organizer in Portland, shares with OrgUp how Black people and people of color in Portland are fighting for dignity and respect for Black folks.
Any strategy about the 2020 elections has to take very seriously the threats on particular communities. Black, trans, immigrant, and indigenous folks, are organizing hard to shape the outcome of the 2020 elections and beyond.
Bill Fletcher Jr., Alicia Garza, Claire Sandberg, and Marcus Ferrell on the lessons from Bernie 2020 and the long arc of the Black Political Struggle.
The largest urban rebellions since the 1960s have sharpened the political and economic crises that were already unfolding. How should they impact left organizing strategy?
Hungry for a provocative discussion covering how to engage the Dem Party after Bernie, whether the Dems are in crisis, and how best to beat the right? If you missed This Is Not a Drill: LIVE on Wednesday, you can watch it below, thanks to our partners at The Real News Network. Hosts Adam Gold […]