We are still here. Stars and stripes forever, baby.
Oprah Winfrey (in a cameo appearance) encouraging opponents of the regime[1]

Radio Free America is an oppositional broadcast station airing in the Gilead-controlled territory of New England.

Season TwoEdit


In the office of Commander McKenzie, June finds keys to the garage. She goes to the garage and finds a preserved 1975 Chevrolet Camaro. She starts the car, tunes the radio and hears Radio Free America that news that US Capital in Anchorage has received aid from India and China; that the UK has imposed more sanctions on Gilead, and that it is also planning to raise the limit on American refugees relocating from Canada. The announcer then says, "the next tune is to remind everyone who is listening, American patriot or Gilead traitor, we are still here. Stars and Stripes forever, baby." This makes June smile, and gives her hope. Bruce Springsteen's 'Hungry Heart' begins to play. "Got a wife and kids in Baltimore, Jack....I went out for a ride, and never went back. Like a river that don't know where it's flowing, I took a wrong turn, and I just kept going." June strokes her belly and talks to her baby as she considers her next decisions. Bruce continues "Everybody's got a hungry heart."


  1. Episode 2.11, Holly
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