Doug interviews Rein Ende of the Hamilton Mundialization Committee and one of the organizers of the Hiroshima/Nagasaki event to discuss the observance of the Nagasaki anniversary at noon, August 9 at City Hall and the planned Shadow Drawings.
A few days ago, migrant farm workers and their supporters began the long trek from Leamington to Ottawa to demand better working conditions and an end to the discrimination against migrant workers as part of the Harvesting Freedom Caravan.
Sara Flounders discusses the response to an "In These Times" article criticizing the U.S. anti-war movement. In a time of heightened use of U.S soft and hard-power, activists should remain clearheaded about the chief role of U.S. imperialism.
Reporting and social-media posts about the Syrian village of Madaya are designed to elicit an emotional response and build support for military intervention in Syria. Reality on the ground there, and elsewhere in Syria is ignored.
International human rights and labour lawyer David Jacobs explains the manufactured controversy surrounding UK Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, which is a result of Corbyn's principled stand against British escalation of the war vs Syria.