The Award-winning filmmaker discusses her new documentary, Citizenfour, and her interactions with the controversial whistle-blower, Edward Snowden.
The political activist talks about where Haiti stands today, five years after a devastating 7.0 earthquake hit the tiny island nation.
Stevenson weighs in on the aftermath of the New York and Missouri cases involving the U.S. law enforcement system.
A longtime advocate for the homeless, Boden offers his thoughts on the status of the War on Poverty, 50 years later.
Yarrow and Stookey recount the impact of their five decades at the crossroads of music and political action.
A longtime activist and leader in the fight for basic human rights, Rice weighs in on the “Ferguson effect.”
The corporate accountability expert offers his thoughts on campaign finance reform.
The founder of the Define American campaign describes his documentary, Documented.
An organizer with Occupy’s Strike Debt and its Debt Collective, Appel explains how the projects work in seeking out, buying and abolishing debt in collections.
The hip-hop pioneer discusses the current state of the rap culture and his new digital album, “The Black in Man.”