Get the story behind the story through interviews with WNV contributors. Hosted by Eve Silber and broadcast on WBAI radio in New York City.
South African activist and author Janet Cherry speaks about the death of Nelson Mandela.
Ingrid Burrington speaks about the conviction of hacker Jeremy Hammond and Ben Goosen explains what the US can learn from Germany’s green energy movement.
Stephanie Van Hook discusses unarmed peacekeeping in South Sudan and Kirsten Han explains the growing movement for Scottish independence.
Eileen Flanigan gives a report back on the 2013 Powershift conference and Camila Ibanez talks about chaining herself to an ICE detention prison in Arizona.
Rafif Jouejati reveals the widespread nonviolence resistance in Syria that the mainstream media refuses to report on it.
Reporter Nick Engelfried talks about his new article “How to Stop a Coal Train in its Tracks” and Nadine Bloch traces the history of hunger strikes.
On the second anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, WNV editor Nathan Schneider talks about his new book “Thank You, Anarchy: Notes from the Occupy Apocalypse.”
An interview with WNV editor Laura Gottesdiener about her new book “A Dream Foreclosed: Black America and the Fight for a Place to Call Home.”