- December 8, 2015
More than anything, what keeps the vision of democracy and peace alive in the world is the unceasing work of individuals of principle who have dedicated their lives and careers toward addressing the needs of others and bringing those needs and other important issues to the attention of the public and our representatives. Here you’ll meet some of those women and men who organize, motivate and lead the rest of us to action, often at ...
- May 3, 2013Singer, song leader, civil rights activist and scholar describes how music helped demonstrators show solidarity and claim the agenda during the civil rights movement.
- May 3, 2013Watch Johnny Cash, Pete Seeger, Bernice Johnson Reagon and Tom Morello talk with Bill about the unifying power of music.
- May 3, 2013The legendary singer tells Bill what the song "Amazing Grace" means to him.
- May 3, 2013The former Rage Against the Machine guitarist discusses the role of music in political protest.
- May 3, 2013In this 1994 Moyers Moment, the folk singer -- who turns 94 today -- reflects on the role his music played throughout American history.
- August 2, 2012This Sunday, don't miss the biggest battle in town: Bishops vs. Nuns.
- June 18, 2012We report from inside the 'Nuns on the Bus' tour, on a mission to spotlight social justice issues and protest the House Republican budget.
- Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State, Double Dealing on the Reservation, the Dimensions of Race, and the Tom DeLay ControversyNovember 19, 2004 | NOWNOW looks at soon-to-be Sec. of State Condoleezza Rice's track record, investigates lobbyists who allegedly cheated Indian tribes of tens of millions, and looks at social justice in an unfair system.