via Submedia.TV This week we bring you an interview with recently freed anarchist prisoner Eric McDavid. Also, news from the NYPD “work to rule” protest, anarchist repression in Madrid, Barcelona and Bristol, an update from the 5E3 and an obituary for Phil Africa, plus a classic tack by Public Enemy.

The total coverage of climate change on ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox continued to increase for the third consecutive year, according to a Media Matters analysis, yet still remained below the level seen in 2009. Coverage on the networks’ Sunday shows reached a six-year high after a group of senators demanded they provide more coverage of the issue, but the Sunday shows still infrequently interviewed scientists.

A former CIA case officer has been convicted for telling a New York Timesreporter details concerning a reckless CIA operation that potentially sped up Iran’s nuclear advancement. Although the case against the CIA whistleblower was largely circumstantial and lacking evidence, former case officer Jeffrey Sterling faces a maximum sentence of 100 years in prison for speaking to New York Times reporter James Risen. Under threat of arrest, Risen tenaciously refused to reveal his sources to the government.

Local organizers stressed that this movement is growing out of the historical moment brought on by the Mike Brown case in and the “incredible bravery” of organizers and protesters in Ferguson, MO who have been in the streets, often facing down a paramilitary police force, for over 100 days and counting.

In addition to exclusive footage of the Holiday Intervention, an action on December 11, where activists staged a die in at Saks 5th Ave with shoppers stepping over “dead” bodies in their quest to continue their holiday shopping, this video includes footage from along the historic #MillionsMarchNYC route including exclusive interviews with the following:

Synead Nichols, Lead Organizer of Millions March NYC
George Machado, NYC based Activist
Nicole Carty, NYC based Activist
Glenn Martin, Just Leadership USA
Carl Dix, Stop Mass Incarceration Network
Sabaah Jordan, NYC based Activist.