Bill Moyers’ broadcast commentaries have become an institution in public media. Connecting dots of history, evidence, personal experience, and logic, Moyers shares his honest take on the relevant events and controversies of our times.
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Bill talks about his upcoming special broadcast — a deep look at American civil rights past and present with Rep. John Lewis. Continue reading
Bill Moyers and Michael Winship say runaway corporate greed — enabled by our government — undermines vital safety protections for Americans. Continue reading
Drop your weapons and celebrate that we live in a country where peaceful change is still possible. Continue reading
If we’re at a tipping point for movement against gun violence, it’s time to push harder than ever. Continue reading
It’s become clear that Congress rarely has the voter in mind at all, unless that voter’s a cash-laden heavy hitter with the clout to keep an incumbent on the leash. Continue reading
In an extended essay, Bill shares striking extremes of wealth and poverty across the country. Continue reading
In 1967, the civil rights leader spoke of a society in which the chasm between rich and poor is tragically wide and deep. Sound familiar? Continue reading
Why is true justice — not just the word we recite from the Pledge of Allegiance — still unaffordable for those who need it most? Continue reading
People who jump between representing and regulating the same industry earn our distrust — and our continued scrutiny. Continue reading
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