This week on "The Tent," Dawn Porter, director of the new documentary "John Lewis: Good Trouble," discusses the important role of activism in U.S. society, and Ed, Daniella, and Jesse chat about President Trump's latest Russia scandal and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Trump has repeatedly advocated police brutality and violence against political opponents. His administration has largely followed suit.
This week on "The Tent," Daniella and Ed chat with Rep. Joe Neguse (D-CO) about the recent protests against police violence, needed policing reforms, and the work to be done to combat the devastating effects of the coronavirus.
This week, Daniella and Ed discuss Christian Cooper and George Floyd and what it means to be Black in America, and Daniella chats with D.C. Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie about Washington's reopening plan.
This week on "The Tent," Dr. Keisha Callins discusses the premature reopening of Georgia's economy and how the coronavirus pandemic has exposed fault lines in the U.S. health care system.
This week on "The Tent," New York State Assemblyman Michael Blake explains the health and economic impacts of the coronavirus on the Bronx and how the state and federal government can better support communities throughout the crisis.
This week on "The Tent," the hosts sit down with CAP Action's Danyelle Solomon to discuss the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on Black Americans and speak with journalist David Daley about the election and his new book.
Over the past 75 years, the working-class labor force has become increasingly made up of people of color, women, and service sector employees.
Sen. Marco Rubio’s proposal for paid family leave fails to meet the needs of modern working families.
Overtime rule reform would benefit 2.1 million Latino workers.