3:42 minutes (2.13 MB)
This segment, originally recorded January 27th for Prison Radio, features Mumia Abu Jamal, reporting live from Death Row, commenting about the distinction between the illusion of change and the substance of change. He lends his support for Ms. McKinney's candidacy in this short three and a half minute audio recording. He can be written to at: Mumia Abu-Jamal; AM 8335; SCI-Greene; 175 Progress Drive; Waynesburg, PA 15370.
12:21 minutes (11.31 MB)
Cynthia McKinney was an invited panelist on KPFK, Thursday, March 27th, when the Lawyers Guild show hosted an on-air Town Hall meeting on Race and Gender in the 2008 Presidential Campaign. Other panelists included: BlackAgendaReport.com's Glen Ford and Clinton supporter, Brenda Feigen. Obama supporters Danny Glover or Barbara Ehrenreich were also invited. This clip is an excerpt from the program below, focused on Cynthia's comments.
2:29 minutes (1.14 MB)
On Saturday, April 19th, Cynthia Mckinney spoke to the rally for Mumia in the wake of the recent appeals court ruling finding judicial bias in his sentencing hearings while refusing to address the judicial bias and prosecutorial misconduct during the underlying trial. She was joined on that Philadelphia stage by her opponents for the Green Party's Presidential nomination, Jesse Johnson, Kent Mesplay and Kat Swift.
46:20 minutes (10.61 MB)
Cynthia participated in this radio show shortly after returning from Mexico City. She spoke about the occupation of the Mexican Congress and the popular uprising in support of this action, protesting the attempted theft of PEMEX by the administration seated through the stolen elections of that country.
She also addresses the purpose of politics and the exclusion of those who fail to understand and act on that purpose.
The original can be found at:
21:30 minutes (19.69 MB)
A Roundtable on the 2008 Race with Clinton Supporter Kim Gandy, Obama Supporter Bill Fletcher and McKinney Supporter Ted Glick
90:40 minutes (36.32 MB)
Cynthia McKinney tells black women
to 'get a seat at the table'
If you have never listened to a podcast online before, you absolutely must listen to the one that we had last night with Green Party Presidential Candidate, Cynthia McKinney.
(see our podcast widget on the right)
Cynthia covered a wide range of political issues that have been purposefully removed from the public's discourse by America's two major parties.
Why the Republican and Democratic Parties and the Political Process Are Obstacles to Real Democrac by Bruce Gagnon
78:33 minutes (71.92 MB)
This is audio from MPBN's "Speaking in Maine" featuring Bruce Gagnon, co-founder Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space. His address in Orono the University of Maine was entitled, “A Leftist Analysis of Elections: Why the Republican and Democratic Parties and the Political Process Are Obstacles to Real Democracy.” Broadcast Date: Friday, April 25 at 1:00 pm
3:43 minutes (3.41 MB)
Those citizens that want to abolish the American oligarchic form of government should vote for the Green Party, and put Cynthia McKinney at the head of the ticket. That's the very least one can do; the real task is to create multiple people's movements that will force an end to imperial warfare - a prerequisite for all the other tasks that face humanity. But opposition to oligarchy operates in a state of invisibility in America. Corporate media, through whose bizarre, distorted lenses most people view their nation and world, can make the opposition disappear, in an instant. Remember Dennis Kucinich? Most people don't, thanks to private media corporations that stage-manage and slick-package cosmetic versions of U.S. public discourse and call it "democracy."
104:13 minutes (23.86 MB)
Cynthia meets her opponents for the Green Party's Presidential nomination in a radio debate.
8:00 minutes (7.33 MB)
Green Party Gearing for Green Convention
Next week is the Green Party's National Convention. In Chicago, Illinois, Greens will choose their Presidential Candidate. After primaries in 28 states, the nominee is likely to be former US Representative of Georgia Cynthia McKinney. But beyond choosing a Presidential nominee, the Green Party will be compiling their national platform. We spoke with Convention Coordinator Ruth Weil.
The Greens say they have grown in stature over the years. As Phil Huckelberry, Co-Chair of the Green Party says, they will be celebrating and plotting how to make additional gains in the future.