GRITtv with Laura Flanders is a new, news and arts discussion show, available daily, in multiple formats, with interactivity and a positive take on what’s going on. The show launched May 12, 2008.
It will take years before we even begin to deal with the problems created by the 2008 financial meltdown.
We are in a jobs crisis, not a deficit crisis, and activism groups like US Uncut have taken to the streets to help change this dialogue.
Kai Wright talks about how payday lenders prey on poor and working class neighborhoods.
The US Uncut movement is spreading across the country staging protests to make corporate tax dodgers pay up.
When President Obama framed an NFL lockout and the possible cancellation of the 2011 season as a quarrel between billionaires and millionaires, he missed the point.
Wisconsin’s struggle is about more than unions, it’s part of a larger campaign against the foundations of the American middle class.
Morello has experienced first hand how the people of Wisconsin are taking the narrative back from right-wing politicians.
From Madison, the civil rights leader explains how the protests of working people in Wisconsin are deeply connected to the struggle for civil rights in America’s past and present.
John Nichols joins The Progressive‘s Matthew Rothschild on GRITtv to discuss the forces pushing for Wisconsin’s union-busting legislation.
Sarah Posner reports on homophobia, Islamophobia and presidential hopefuls at the annual conference of conservative activists known as CPAC.