A look at why and how fascist and far right organisations – in and out of government – in central and eastern Europe are using homophobia to mobilise support, and the resistance against them.
Folk-soul singer Abu Talib (formerly Bobby Wright) talks about the political climate of the early 1970s, his “people’s farm” in the Bronx and the reissue of his single, Blood of an American.
Protests have erupted again onto the streets of Poland in rage at the implementation of an almost total ban on abortion – just months after the far right PiS government was forced to back down on the issue.
As thousands Donald Trump supporters storm the US Capitol building in Washington DC we look at how Trump’s term has transformed the far right, fascist and white supremacist movements in the US.
A key byelection in Hungary yesterday and the return of paramilitary forces to the streets are signals of important shifts among the various elements of Hungary’s far right.