Apartheid

Happy Monday! Sam and Emma speak with Omar Shakir, Israel and Palestine Director at Human Rights Watch, to discuss the ongoing situation on the ground in the Gaza Strip. First Sam and Emma run through updates on stalled aid to Gaza, Israel’s ongoing assault, the West’s unconditional support for Israel, the GOP’s ongoing Speakership fight, fascist […]
It’s Casual Friday! Emma is joined by Noah Kulwin, co-host of the Blowback podcast, to round up a chaotic week in news. First, Emma runs through updates on Israel’s impossible order to Gazans, rising death numbers, and continuing war crimes, as well as the US reneging on Iran, Bob Menendez’s corruption, labor action, climate change, and more, before […]
It’s News Day Tuesday! Emma speaks with Jeff Schuhrke, assistant professor in labor studies at SUNY Empire State University, to discuss his recent piece at In These Times entitled ““This Fight Is Global”: Workers Around the World Are Standing With Striking U.S. Autoworkers.” Then, she’s joined by blogger Ettingermentum to discuss his piece entitled “The Modern Electoral History of Transphobia.” First, Emma runs through […]
It’s another EmMajority Report Thursday! She speaks with Azad Essa, senior reporter for Middle East Eye, to discuss his recent book Hostile Homelands: The New Alliance Between India and Israel. Then, she’s joined by Paris Marx, author of the Disconnect newsletter and host of the Tech Won’t Save Us podcast, to discuss their recent writing on ChatGPT. Check out Azad’s book here: https://www.plutobooks.com/9780745345017/hostile-homelands/ Check […]
Sam hosts Meron Rapoport, editor of Local Call, to discuss his recent reporting on the conflict in Israel & Palestine for +972 Magazine. Then, they’re joined by ProPublica reporters J. David McSwane & Ryan Gabrielson to discuss their recent piece “A Christian Health Nonprofit Saddled Thousands With Debt as It Built a Family Empire Including a Pot Farm, a Bank and an Airline”. First Sam […]
Emma hosts James Kilgore, Research Scholar at the Center for African Studies at the University of Illinois, to discuss his recent book Understanding E-Carceration: Electronic Monitoring, the Surveillance State, and the Future of Mass Incarceration, on the technological advancements in the surveillance state at the hands of unregulated big tech, and the role the state and its neoliberal […]
Sam and Emma host Nick Estes, host of The Red Nation Podcast, to discuss his recent book Red Nation Rising: From Bordertown Violence To Native Liberation, on the relationship between policing and surveillance, and Native communities in the US, both inside and out of reservations. Nick, Emma, and Sam begin with the recent assaults of native […]
Sam and Emma breakdown the latest development in Gaza, how the media and Democrats are drawing lines in a new Israel-Palestine narrative, and the reaction from the global community. Sam also gives a rundown of the Supreme Court’s decision to hear Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and what it could mean for Roe v. Wade and […]
Sam and Emma host legal scholar and human rights activist Noura Erakat to discuss Israel’s latest assault on Palestinians in Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood and the larger colonial apartheid project carried out by Israel since its inception and the United States’s blank check to Israel. And in the Fun Half: Nomiki Konst introduces MR to […]
On today’s show the South African freedom fighter and former Minister of Intelligence Ronnie Kasrils joins us to talk about the new film project London Recruits and the current state of South Africa. -Using activism to break the silence of the police state. How the activists were able to maintain their cover as tourists. Denny Schecter’s expression of humanity by helping […]