David Gans Sep02

David Gans

David Gans of the Constitutional Accountability Center joins Coy on the program.

Jonathan Coleman

Best-selling author Jonathan Coleman joins Coy for a moving, candid reflection on the passing of his friend and colleague, civil and human rights activist Julian Bond.

David Swanson

The passing of Julian Bond, the Dominion Pipeline, Hillary Clinton’s emails, Bernie Sanders and much more.

RIP Julian Bond

The University of Virginia’s Phyllis Leffler reflects on the passing of her colleague and friend, civil and human rights activist Julian Bond.

Chris Hedges

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges joins Coy to discuss his new book Wages of Rebellion.

Dr. Jeff Fracher

What happened in Baltimore?

David Gans Apr30

David Gans

The Constitution, same-sex marriage, and politics.

Burt Neuborne

Everything you thought you knew about the First Amendment is wrong.

Aniko Bodroghkozy

Media Studies scholar Aniko Bodroghkozy joins Coy to discuss the new movie Selma and the media’s treatment of the Civil Rights Movement.

Claire Gastanaga

Executive Director of ACLU in Virginia, Claire Gastanaga provides insight on a host of controversial issues facing Virginia including same-sex marriage, religious freedom, and in-state tuition for the children of immigrants.

Maurie McInnis

Author of Professor of Art History Maurie McInnis of the University of Virginia discusses her book on the history of American slavery and the new exhibit at the Library of Virginia that it has inspired.

John Whitehead

John talks about his latest commentary on the state of America’s freedoms.

Ferguson, Protest and the Media Image Sep08

Ferguson, Protest and the Media Image

UVA Historian Aniko Bodroghkozy explores the iconography of images we saw in the media’s covarge of the protests in Ferguson, Missouri in the context of the abolitionist movement in the 19th century and the Civil Rights Movement in the 20th. We’ve been here before.

Rick Sincere

Rick Sincere joins us to discuss events in Ferguson, Missouri and the militarization of law enforcement in America, and more.

Barefoot on Protests in Ferguson Aug19

Barefoot on Protests in Ferguson

Inside Charlottesville host Coy Barefoot shares some candid thoughts about the protests in Ferguson, Missouri.

Doug Smith

Doug joins Coy to discuss the impacts of Ferguson on civil liberties.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

August 17, 2014 guests include Friends of Nelson co-founder Charlotte Rea with the latest on the proposed Dominion Power natural gas pipeline through Central Virginia, and Charlottesville City Councilor Kristin Szakos reflects on the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri.

Rick Sincere

Rick Sincere shares his opinion on the use of red light cameras in Albemarle County, NSA spying on American citizens, the anniversary of the resignation of President Richard Nixon, and more.

John Whitehead

John talks about his new article entitled “The Emperor’s New Clothes: The Naked Truth of the American Police State”, social media, loss of privacy, and more.

J. Douglas Smith

Author and Historian, J. Douglas Smith discusses his new book “On Democracy’s Doorstep” about the origins of “one person, one vote” – a Supreme Court decision made only 50 years ago in 1964.