A roundtable discussion with youth activists in New York, Washington, D.C., and Minneapolis who are organizing actions as part of the Global Climate Strike; We also speak with an Afghan teen climate activist whose visa was denied by the U.S. government.
Ahead of the mass climate strike, the secretary general of Amnesty International calls for global action against the climate crisis; We speak to former Gambian beauty queen Fatou "Toufah" Jallow, who has accused former President Yahya Jammeh of rape.
We speak with longtime labor reporter Steven Greenhouse, author of the new book “Beaten Down, Worked Up: The Past, Present, and Future of American Labor,” on the history of American unions, the recent wave of teacher and auto worker strikes, and where the 2020 candidates fall on labor issues.
After Israel's second election of the year, Benjamin Netanyahu and his main rival Benny Gantz appear to be tied; Members of United Auto Workers enter their third day of nationwide strikes for better working conditions.
Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for Saturday's attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities; 250 media outlets have banded together to improve climate coverage; Trump finalizes plans to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling.
Newark high school teacher Yvette Jordan and Natural Resources Defense Council official Erik Olson join us for Part 2 of a discussion about the water crisis facing thousands in Newark, New Jersey. The NRDC filed a lawsuit against Newark over the summer, accusing the city of violating federal safe drinking water laws.
Trump ousts national security adviser John Bolton, hawk with long history of militarization abroad; Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vows to annex nearly a third of the occupied West Bank; In Newark, New Jersey, the water crisis continues.
We speak with 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, who launched a school strike for the climate that went global. She will address the U.N. Climate Action Summit before a Sept. 20 global strike, and protest Friday at the White House.
A Florida lawmaker calls for the U.S. to allow entry to survivors of Hurricane Dorian; African asylum seekers are trapped in Mexico due to new restrictive migration policies; A Palestinian student starts classes at Harvard after initially being deported.
President Trump publicly canceled secret peace negotiations with the Taliban; an ICE agent opened fire on an undocumented immigrant in Nashville during a traffic stop; corporate media is ignoring the link between Hurricane Dorian and climate change.
Activist and organizer Lisa Fithian looks back on decades of activism and paves a road forward for current movements in her new book, “Shut It Down: Stories from a Fierce, Loving Resistance.” We speak with Fithian in Part 2 of a conversation about protest movements throughout time, combatting the climate crisis, and nonviolent direct action.
Hurricane Dorian continues north, battering the Carolinas as rescue efforts continue in the Bahamas; the legacy of former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, who has died at 95; prolific activist Lisa Fithian on her new book and nonviolent movements.
2020 hopefuls outline their climate plans in CNN town hall after the DNC refuses to allow full debate on the climate crisis; Nearly 2 million people in Assam, India, are at risk of being rendered stateless.
Hurricane Dorian strikes the Bahamas, where widespread floods are engulfing the islands; in the Philippines, activist Brandon Lee remains in critical condition after being shot in August; Nigerian activist Omoyele Sowore enters his second month in jail.
A gunman in West Texas killed 7 and injured dozens Saturday, less than a month after the massacre in El Paso; Hurricane Dorian continues to devastate the Bahamas as it approaches Florida; pro-democracy protests enter their 13th week in China.