Tim is the host and founder of ‘Coffee with Tim Black’™, and the nightly ‘Tim Black Show’™ political shows covering current events, elections and social issues since 2013.
Camille Bennett founded Project Say Something in December 2014 a nonprofit organization with a mission to confront white supremacy and misogynoir through black history using direct action, community empowerment, education and civic engagement to reconcile the past with the present.
Peter Coffin is a leftist content creator whose work ranges from ongoing video series to podcasts and is the author of Custom Reality and You.
Tom Sexton, Tarence Ray, and Tanya Turner are hosts of the Trillbilly Worker’s Party, broadcasting from the heart of the coalfields in Whitesburg, Kentucky. They began the podcast in the spring of 2017 as a way to debunk reemerging misconceptions about Kentucky and Appalachia as homogenous conservative hotbeds. The podcast draws national attention to political organizing in eastern Kentucky and Appalachia.
We are 2 brothers who have been frustrated with world politics throughout much of our adult lives.
Jasmine Banks is the Executive Director of UnKoch My Campus, a national campaign that works with students, faculty, alumni, and community allies to expose and prevent donors like Charles Koch and his network from being able to buy undue academic influence in an attempt to legitimize and bolster their political and corporate agendas.
Michael H. Goldhaber, though a Ph.D. in theoretical physics, has spent much of his life looking at the social impacts of technology, the nature of human thought, and related issues.
Kim Kelly is a freelance writer and organizer born in rural South Jersey and currently based in Philadelphia. She is the labor columnist for Teen Vogue, and a columnist on class and labor at the New Republic and the Baffler.
Lee is the head writer and host of the national TV show Redacted Tonight with Lee Camp on RT America.
Currently, Eleanor is the host of the podcast Act Out! and the co-host of the podcast Common Censored along with Lee Camp as well as the Silver Threads Podcast with carla bergman.
James Lane is a citizen journalist, independent musician, internet media professional and has been a Green Party political activist for two decades.
Alex S. Vitale is Professor of Sociology and Coordinator of the Policing and Social Justice Project at Brooklyn College and a Visiting Professor at London Southbank University. He has spent the last 30 years writing about policing and consults both police departments and human rights organizations internationally.
Margaret Kimberley is a co-founder and Editor and Senior Columnist for Black Agenda Report.
Raymond Nat Turner is artistic director of the stalwart JazzPoetry Ensemble, UpSurge! and has appeared at numerous festivals and venues including the Monterey Jazz Festival and Panafest in Ghana, West Africa.
Nick Brana is the National Director with the Movement for a People's Party, the national nonprofit at the helm of the rapidly growing movement for a new progressive political party in America.
Jen Deerinwater (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma) is the founding executive director of Crushing Colonialism and is a bisexual, Two Spirit, multiply-disabled journalist, speaker, and organizer who covers the myriad of issues her communities face with an intersectional lens.
Dr. Van Jackson is a professor of international relations at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, specializing in the politics of U.S. foreign policy and Asia-Pacific security.
Co-author of Except for Palestine: The Limits of progressive Politics, activist, founder of ReThinking Foreign Policy, founding co-director of Jewish Voice for Peace, founder of US office of B'Tselem: The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories
Ron Placone is a comedian who can be seen regularly on The Jimmy Dore Show and The Young Turks. He hosts the world’s first viewer-curated streaming news show, “Get Your News On With Ron.” He’s been on SiriusXM and seen on TMZ, RT, and FreeSpeechTV.
Andrew Revkin is one of America’s most honored, experienced and innovative journalists and conveners focused on environmental and human sustainability.
Ben Burgis is a philosophy professor at Georgia State University Perimeter College and the author of the best-selling "Give Them An Argument: Logic for the Left." He's a weekly contributor to Jacobin Magazine and he does a weekly segment on The Michael Brooks Show (TMBS) called "The Debunk."