The Red Dress, by Tania Wisbar
Playwright Tania Wisbar and actor Laura Liguori join us to talk about Wisbar's play, The Red Dress. Set in Berlin and based on a true story, the romantic drama explores the intersection of politics and art during the years between World War I and the rise of Fascism. It challenges people to think of their own responsibility, and the impact of resistance if it involves millions.
Defending the Inauguration Day (J20) Resisters
We'll also speak with Sam Menefee-Libey from the Dead City Legal Posse with an update on the upcoming trials of Inauguration Day protesters. On January 20 (J20), thousands took to the streets in Washington, DC to protest the Trump inauguration. When some protesters clashed with police, more than 200 people were arrested, including legal observers and journalists. Many of the J20 defendants are facing more than 60 years in prison, simply for participating in a demonstration.
Find out more, and give your support at Defend J20 Resistance.
Bob Avakian on The Trump/Pence Regime Must Go!
A segment of the questions and answers from the new talk by Bob Avakian, the Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party: "The Trump/Pence Regime Must go! In The Name Of Humanity, We Refuse To Accept A Fascist America! A Better World IS Possible." He answers the question, “How is it possible to maintain a movement of that scale for a long period of time?”
To watch, download and share the entire talk, plus Q&A, click here.