This week on Act Out! you may know that corporate media lies to you – but do you know how? Here's a look at one of their favorite techniques.
PLUS what you'll never hear covered on nightly news – i.e. Uncle Sam's very own climate refugees, how much of the planet's forests we have left & pipeline battles from the front lines.
Two folks from Appalachians Against Pipelines join us to talk backstory, updates and inspiration in the face of the 300 mile long proposed Mountain Valley Pipeline.
This week on Act Out! March is Women's History Month – and while it's always a good idea to recognize the powerful role of women in the fight for justice, not all women who have power wield it well – or deserve our pride and recognition. We take a look at one such woman – a deep state darling on the rise in the midst of Nazi lines and war crimes.
Finally, Eugene Puryear sits down with us to talk local organizing in the seat of empire, racist police and how communities are finding and funding alternatives to cops.
This week on Act Out! Fracking, fires and methane leaks oh my. The geeks are watching you and here's a solution to student debt. Finally, the strike in West Virginia may be over but the fight continues. We dive into details – good and bad – and the possible rally growing from roots all over the country. West Virginia teacher Brittney Barlett joins us as well to talk backstory – aftermath - and the road ahead.
This week on Act Out! we head down to the Bayous of Louisiana to get the latest on the fight against the Bayou Bridge Pipeline. Speaking to organizers and residents on the front lines, we'll dive into updates and news, the rich and diverse history of those fighting and how in the present, they're coming together not just to fight – but to build a future together – outside of the toxic industries that have come to define Louisiana.
This week on Act Out! from billions on bombs to cents on toilet paper, a look at how human rights violations here and overseas fuels the machine.
Next, an angle on the gun debate you won't hear discussed primarily because it could and would unite us more than divide us. scott crow joins us to talk about his latest book and the tools of resistance and building from yesterday to today.