Comedian Lee Camp interviews Rev. Edward Pinkney in 2015

“The American Political Prisoner You’ve Never Heard About.” Watch comedian Lee Camp’s coverage of Rev. Edward Pinkney, political prisoner jailed for leading the fight for democracy in Benton Harbor, MI against the powerful Whirlpool Corporation on “Redacted Tonight,” from 2015.

Nelson Peery speaking in Benton Harbor


Nelson Peery speaking in Benton Harbor, MI in defense of the struggle against corporate power in Benton Harbor, MI

Let Us Now Praise A Coal Miner: Chuck Nelson Is An American Hero

“Among the hundreds of coal miners I have interviewed over the years, retired coal miner Chuck Nelson has always been among the most fearless truth-tellers in the coal country of West Virginia.

An indefatigable presence at hearings, meetings, media briefings, and in his beloved mountains, Nelson’s powerful voice and witness have never been needed more than now — during this unending “war” on Appalachia by the coal industry and its sycophants in state halls and Washington, DC.”

From Common Dreams

Robots wipe out jobs and a vision of a new society


General Gordon Baker, an internationally known labor leader from Detroit, Mi, speaks here about the effect of robotic production on the workers and the need for workers to have a vision of a new society. Baker died in 2014. His commitment to unity of the working class and vision of a new America lives on.

Effects of Automation – “The Digital Disruption – “Technology & Economics for the 99%,”

Peter Brown is a journeyman machinist who has taught Machine Technology at Laney College since 2006. He is involved in the struggle for a new world where people’s needs are met, both as an artist and industrial worker. His specialty is making economics and technology understandable to all, in ways that offer genuine hope for a dynamic, positive future for humanity. Contact Speakers for a New America at for more information.

Claire McClinton May 2016

Break Free Midwest is an activist group demanding a just transition from fossil fuels to a sustainable future, a transition that does not harm communities already devastated by fossil fuel addiction. Protest was held in Whiting, Indiana on May 15, 2016. Visit us on or Facebook/BREAKFREEMIDWEST

Marc Lamont Hill interviewed about the 2016 presidential election

Marc Lamont Hill is interviewed on The Breakfast Club about the 2016 presidential election and gives incredibly insightful remarks.

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“Revolution Blues” Adam Gottlieb & OneLove featuring Andy Willis

Live at Sub-T 10/19/15 (Filmed by Zandra Rivera)

Here’s to Flint: I’m not killing anybody.

Based on the work of ACLU of Michigan investigative reporter Curt Guyette, “Here’s To Flint” is an exhaustive probe into how the city of Flint was left exposed to lead-tainted drinking water for nearly two years. Guyette broke the story of lead contamination in the Flint water supply in July when he published an EPA memo highlighting toxic-waste levels of lead in the water flowing into one Flint residence. The ACLU hired local filmmaker Kate Levy to team up with Guyette to produce the documentary.

Interactive video-based database about Detroit’s water crisis

Detroit Minds Dying

produced by Kate Levy.

Tens of thousands of families in Detroit have had their water shut off for inability to pay the skyrocketing price is growing. A movement is developing to turn the water back on.

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Flint Water Crisis Hearing

The Joint Committee on the Flint Water Public Health Emergency held its third hearing on the #FlintWaterCrisis at the University of Michigan – Flint on March 29th, 2016. Testimony was heard from Flint residents about the poisoning, the affect on their lives and questions are raised about why no one in government is doing anything to help the people. Recorded by GMO Free News. Streamed live on Mar 29, 2016

“A Democracy Problem”: As Debate Brings Attention to Flint, a Look at the Roots of the Water Crisis


The Democratic candidates for president faced off Sunday night in Flint, Michigan, which has been in the national spotlight over the poisoning of the city’s water.

The crisis began in 2014, when an unelected emergency manager appointed by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder switched the source of the city’s drinking water from the Detroit system to the corrosive Flint River.

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Democracy NOW,”A Democracy Problem”

EPA Hearing Climate Rally Highlight: Paula Swearingen

Paula Swearengin of the Ohio Valley Environmental
Coalition in West Virginia speaks about the 
struggle for water.

One in a Million: Nelson Peery

This movie is a great tribute to Nelson Peery, an American revolutionary who  died on September 6th, 2015 in Chicago at the age of 92. He was a life-long communist and never failed to put forth his vision of the new cooperative world that is possible. He was a founder of the People’s Tribune, a member of the People’s Tribune Editorial Board and a founding member of the League of Revolutionaries for a New America. He is the author of several books about his experiences in the revolutionary movement.  He will be missed deeply by many.

Hunger Strike for Dyett High School