Truthdig’s Top 10 Interviews of 2017 (Video)
2017 featured no shortage of interesting news. Truthdig had some fascinating conversations about that news with journalists, filmmakers, activists, whistleblowers and more.
See which interviews were Truthdig’s most provocative and popular this year.
Longtime police officer Deon Joseph talks about homelessness, mental health and crime in Los Angeles’ most run-down district:
The Truthdig team sits down with Code Pink co-founder Jodie Evans to discuss social justice efforts:
The actor and activist tells Truthdig about his fight against power plants fueled by fracked gas, and more:
The comedian and political commentator talks about the intersection of humor and politics under President Trump:
The water protector joins Truthdig correspondent Donald Kaufman to discuss the work ahead to protect the environment:
The archbishop of Los Angeles talks about fear in undocumented communities and the future of immigration policy:
Uygur talks about his bid to shake up the Democratic Party with Justice Democrats:
Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer sits down with the veteran intelligence analyst and NSA whistleblower to discuss alleged Russian hacking in the 2016 U.S. presidential election:
The 26-year-old visits Truthdig to discuss his effort to represent California’s 34th Congressional District:
Russia expert and former CIA analyst Mel Goodman tells the inside story of political corruption at the organization, and what he did to try to stop it:
The whistleblower, former intelligence analyst and Truthdig contributor responds to audience questions on issues such as 9/11, terrorism and allegations that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia:
The commentator from The Young Turks talks about what’s next for journalism and youth activism:
In a conversation sponsored by Truthdig and KPFK, Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer talks with Academy Award-winning screenwriter and director Oliver Stone about “The Putin Interviews,” a series of discussions between the filmmaker and President Vladimir Putin conducted in Russia:
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