Posted August 11, 2015
The track "Feel the Bern" by rapper Tony Tig may not catapult Bernie to the White House singlehandedly, but 50% of the sales will go to the Sanders campaign.
Posted August 3, 2015
In These Times Associate Editor Micah Uetricht and the American Prospect's Rachel Cohen break down the obstacles that charter school teachers face when seeking to unionize, explain the longstanding rift between public and charter schools, and discuss what's next for education-reform in America.
Posted July 16, 2015
Saqib Bhatti sits down with Chicago Newsroom host Ken Davis to discuss his recent article for In These Times, "Why Chicago Won't Go Bankrupt—And Detroit Didn't Have To."
Posted June 15, 2015
Investigative reporter Joel Handley discusses his major expose for In These Times, "Who Do You Protect? Who Do You Surveil?" revealing police surveillance of peaceful activists and communities of color in Chicago and across the United States.
Posted April 13, 2015
Historian and In These Times columnist Rick Perlstein joins Democracy Now! to discuss Rahm Emanuel's victory in Chicago's mayoral race, and how progressives in the city showed they are a force to be reckoned with.
Posted March 4, 2015
Civil rights advocate Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow, appears on Democracy Now on March 4 to discuss the recent report documenting rampant racial discrimination in Ferguson, MO, and why our criminal justice system needs to be undone.
Posted February 26, 2015
In These Times Senior Editor Salim Muwakkil appears on Democracy Now! to discuss the coming mayoral runoff election in Chicago and why Rahm Emanuel could be in big trouble due to the momentum behind his progressive challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia.
Posted February 23, 2015
Today on Democracy Now! Rick Perlstein discussed his recent In These Times story "How To Sell Off a City" on privatization in Chicago, as well as tomorrow's critical mayoral election, calling Rahm Emanuel "a strikingly corrupt mayor."
Posted November 13, 2014
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio tells Chris Hayes on MSNBC's All In that the lesson from Democrats' massive losses in the 2014 midterms is that running from progressive economic principles makes voters stay home.
Posted October 29, 2014
Why are banks doing so much better after the financial collapse of 2008, yet we are worse off? In this episode from the We The Economy project, James Schamus explores the expanding role of the banking industry in our economy, and why we are acting more like banks ourselves.