Black Agenda Radio: Baraka: Fear of Trump Defeated the Green Party
Rising Up with Somali: Why Are Liberals Blaming The Green Party For Trump?
Real News Network: Ajamu Baraka Makes His Case to the People of Baltimore
WRFG: Labor Forum (video)
South Bend Tribune: Green Party's vice presidential candidate speaks in South Bend, Indiana
ABC News South Bend: http://www.abc57.com/story/33465394/green-party-vp-candidate-visits-south-bend
Tim Black Show: A vote for Green is the only ethical choice
TruthDig: Ajamu Discusses the Green Party's Future (video interview)
Real News TV: Green Party VP Ajamu Baraka on the Middle East
Sirius Radio: Interview With Ajamu Baraka VP
Beyond the Law: An Interview with VP Candidate Ajamu Baraka
Michigan Radio NPR: Green Party VP hopeful in Detroit: Time to "break two-party monopoly"
The Detroit News: Green Party’s Baraka: Obama has been ‘moral disaster’
C-SPAN: Third Party Candidate Forum (live broadcast)
Richmond Magazine: The Sacred Ground
International Business Times: Who Are Gary Johnson And Jill Stein's Running Mate
Black Agenda Report: The Great Debate That Never Was
The Detroit News: Stein, Green Party running mate to campaign in Michigan
Real News Network: Green Party VP Ajamu Baraka on Human Rights Violations in the United States
RT International: Ajamu Baraka interview with RT International
Real News Network: Green Party VP Candidate on How Elections Can Advance People Power
CBS Atlanta: Boycotts of Georgia already under way.
Laura Flaunders GritTV: Roundtable with Ajamu Baraka, Catherine Powel and Laura Whitehorn
Concerned Coalition to Protect Prisoner Rights: Press Conference
Voices from the Frontlines | KPFK: Efforts to hold the US accountable under international law for its record of racism and human rights abuses.
Discrepancies along racial lines are generally accepted to be the result of some form of self-infliction. Black people are genetically or culturally inferior so, therefore, the kinds of inequality we see in terms of poverty or incarceration are at this point their own doing. This week we discussed yet another recent debate* on this issue and offered Dr. Amos Wilson in response. And in the second half we spoke with Ajamu Baraka who serves as executive director of The U.S. Human Rights Network.
US submits to UN human rights review - Business Week.