In their Left and the Law segment, Jan Haaken and Mike Snedeker discuss
recent judgements in a case brought by Chevron in a NYC Federal court against
environmental lawyer Steven Donziger who represented indigenous Ecuadorans
in their suit against Chevron for environmental d...
A panel of criminal and environmental lawyers from around the world has
created a legal definition for ecoside as the basis of a push to
criminalize mass damage and destruction of ecosystems. In their Left and the
Law segment, Jan Haaken and Mike Snedeker discuss this campa...
Native peoples hold rich traditions of storytelling, passed on by elders from
one generation to the next. These stories speak of resilience, wisdom, and
lessons in survival, but they also offer cautionary tales. In this special
program, documentary filmmaker Jan Haaken spea...
In their Left and the Law segment today, Jan Haaken and Mike Snedeker take up
the recent wave of lawsuits filed by cities and states against the oil
industry in the US based on the industry's damage to communities and covering
up their own scientific data on the lethal thre...
Even after the electoral defeat of Trump. QAnon remains an active platform
for right-wing conspiracy theories and is widely perceived as a dangerous
threat to democracy. Jan Haaken talks with Emaline Friedman about QAnon as
a political and cultural phenomenon. They take up...
In this Left & the Law segment, Jan Haaken talks with Laruen Regan, Executive
Director and senior staff attorney with the Civil Liberties Defense Center in
Eugene. Regan is lead criminal defense attorney in recent and several
upcoming trials of climate activists. They talk...
Jan Haaken talks with Sophie Smith, a humanitarian aid worker in Arivaca
Arizona and co-founder of People Helping People in the Border Lands. They
discuss the recent trial of Scott Warren in Tucson--a fellow humanitarian aid
worker who was criminally prosecuted for providin...