Listen to The Indypendent’s podcast!
A group of a dozen activists held a protest on Friday 7th of October in Union Square, marking the 15th anniversary of the war of the US in Afghanistan. Members of Brooklyn for Peace, Military Families Speak Out, NY Raging Grannies, North Manhattan Neighbors for Peace and Justice and Common Humanity were present for the occasion.
Renters Day Action took place in the US in 48 cities in 19 states calling attention to renter's rights.
Meredith Tax, writer, political activist and author of the book A Road Unforeseen: Women Fight The Islamic State, published by Bellevue Literary Press.
Richard Wolff, professor of economics Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts and board member of the Left Forum, held in New York from the 20th to the 22nd of May of 2015.
Andrew Tilson, executive director of The Workers Unite Film Festival held in New York City from May 5th to the 26th, talks to us about this year’s edition.
Nancy Romer, founder of the Brooklyn Food Coalition and psychologist professor at CUNY, talks to us about how she canvassed for the Bernie Sander's campaign and her insights on the NYC presidential elections.
Steven Wishnia writer for The Indypendent talks about one of his latest articles, Apped to Be Poorer: Uber's Latest Fare Cut Squeezes Drivers, Taxi, Industry.
Nicholas Powers writer for The Indypendent and author of the article A Love Supreme: In Good Times and Bad, the Black Soul Embraces and Lifts Up Its People.