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After 6 years, DI Radio is coming to an end. This is our final broadcast.

Empower Alabama is a grassroots civic organization working to organize progressives in Alabama into a powerful political force. Our guest for this edition of the program is the organization's Executive Director Bradley Davidson.... more

This week we talk with Josh Levy of FreePress.net about the future of Net Neutrality. The F.C.C is expected to issue its rule on the concept of a free and open internet on May 15, 2014. This program was pre-recorded. No calls can be... more

This week we talk about the effort to save the United States Postal Service from total privatization with Richard Thayer, editor of The North Carolina Letter Carrier. The interview runs about 40 minutes. This program was pre-recorded on... more

We're talking to Richard Thayer of NC Letter Carrier about the state of the US Postal Service. We previous spoke with Mr. Thayer in 2013 about the assault on the postal service.

DI Sundays is our weekly chat show. You can also join us in our chatroom at DemocracyInteractive.com to chat with fellow progressives

We talk with Aquene Freechild of PublicCitizen about the Supreme Court's ruling in the McCutcheon vs FEC case. The decision has been criticized by reform advocates because it is opens the way to more unlimited amounts of money in... more

Today we listen back to our interview with author/activist Jamie Court as we talk about his book The Progressive's Guide To Raising Hell . DI Sundays is a weekly chat show. You can also join us in our chatroom at DemocracyInteractive.com... more

This week we listen back to an earlier interview with author Kate O'Connor about her book "Do The Impossible". The book chronicles life behind the scenes of the 2003-2004 Howard Dean Presidential Campaign.

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