Rick Sincere and Shaun Kenney Sep25

Rick Sincere and Shaun Kenney

End-of-week news round-up with Rick Sincere and Shaun Kenney

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.

Dr. Jeff Fracher

What happened in Baltimore?

David Perry Dec08

David Perry

Professor, Essayist, and Disabilities Advocate David Perry joins me to discuss the takeaways from the killing of Eric Garner in New York and the Grand Jury’s refusal to take the matter to trial.

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.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

August 24, 2014 guests include Charlottesville Police Chief Tim Long reflecting on the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri and the militarization of law enforcement; sculptor Melvin Edwards talks about his work on a monument to the lost community of Vinegar Hill in Charlottesville.

David Swanson on Events in Ferguson

Peace activist and author David Swanson reacts to the events in Ferguson and the militarization of law enforcement.

Rick Sincere

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

Paul Roberts

What is it most Americans don’t get about what’s happening in Ferguson, Missouri?

Turning America into a War Zone

Rutherford Institute founder and author John Whitehead discusses his most recent commentary and the latest on the events in Ferguson, Missouri.

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.

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.

Pippa Holloway

Historian Pippa Holloway discusses her new book, Living in Infamy.

Jonathan Coleman on Sterling Ban Apr29

Jonathan Coleman on Sterling Ban

Best-selling author Jonathan Coleman discusses the bombshell news today that Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been banned from the NBA.

W&L Students Speak Out

Should Washington and Lee University— named in part for the man who once led the U.S. Confederacy— remove its on-campus displays of Confederate battle flags? Some W&L Law Students say the time has come.

ICTV with Coy Barefoot Oct20

ICTV with Coy Barefoot

October 20, 2013 guests included GOP candidate for Attorney General Mark Obenshain; Charlottesville architect Jim Rounsevell; and Civil Rights pioneer Charles Alexander.

March Memories Aug28

March Memories

Daily Kos blogger Ken Bernstein shares his memories from participating in the historic March on Washington, 50 years ago today.

March for Jobs Aug28

March for Jobs

The March on Washington, 50 years ago today, was as much about job opportunities for people of color as it was civil rights. Now 50 years later, how do we measure up to Martin Luther King’s economic dream?

Bypass Bombshell

The controversial proposed Route 29 bypass may have hit another snag with the recent finding that an historic African American home site and cemetery in its planned path is property so historically significant that it is worthy of being included on the National Register of Historic Places.

Civil Rights 50 Years On Aug22

Civil Rights 50 Years On

On the eve of the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Douglas Blackmon considers the Civil Rights Movement in America: progress made and still much work to be done.