Archive for November, 2005

Nov 30 2005

Wednesday – November 30, 2005

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Two Humanitarian Aid Workers Face 15 Year Sentences
GUESTS: Isabel Garcia, Attorney, board member of Derechos Humanos, a Tucson-based immigrants’ rights NGO, Rick Ufford-Chase, Moderator of the 16th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and one of the founders of the No More Deaths movement

No More DeathsOn December 20th, two volunteers with the humanitarian organization No More Deaths, will face felony …

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Nov 29 2005

Tuesday – November 29, 2005

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RE-BROADCAST: The Threat of Avian Flu
GUEST: Mike Davis, author of “The Monster at our Door: The Global Threat of Avian Flu”

The Monster At Our DoorJapanese authorities have recently discovered a fresh outbreak of bird flu disease on a chicken farm in eastern Japan, close to where several cases of the disease have been detected since late June. All the recent outbreaks …

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Nov 28 2005

Monday – November 28, 2005

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Naked Imperialism
GUEST: John Bellamy Foster, Co-Editor of Monthly Review, author of “The Vulnerable Planet,” “Marx’s Ecology,” and the forthcoming “Naked Imperialism.”

John Bellamy FosterAnti-war mother, Cindy Sheehan returned to Crawford, Texas this past Thanksgiving Day to continue her efforts in protesting the war in Iraq. As the Bush family dined a few miles away, more than a hundred protestors gathered and ate a traditional …

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Nov 25 2005

Weekly Natl’ Program – 11/25/05

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Pinochet Under House Arrest for Tax Evasion
GUEST: Saul Landau, Professor at Cal Poly Pomona, and a fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies, author of “Assassination on Embassy Row”

Former General Augusto PinochetFormer Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet has managed to avoid prosecution for the crimes …

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Nov 25 2005

Friday – November 25, 2005

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RE-BROADCAST: “Why White Kids Love Hip Hop”
GUEST: Bakari Kitwana, author of “Why White Kids Love Hip Hop: Wangstas, Wiggers, Wannabes, and the New Reality of Race in America”

Why White Kids Love Hip HopWhile Hip Hop originated some decades ago directly out of African American eighborhoods in the South Bronx and caught fire among urban black youth, today it is a prominent part of …

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Nov 24 2005

Thursday – November 24, 2005

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RE-BROADCAST: History of Hip Hop
GUESTS: Jeff Chang, hip hop historian, author of “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: A History of the Hip Hip Generation”

Can't Stop, Won't StopWe spend the hour today speaking with Jeff Chang, hip hop historian, whose book, based on hundreds of interviews and over a decade of work as a respected music journalist is called “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: A History …

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Nov 23 2005

Wednesday – November 23, 2005

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Pinochet Under House Arrest for Tax Evasion
GUESTS: Saul Landau, Professor at Cal Poly Pomona, and a fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies, author of “Assassination on Embassy Row”

Former General Augusto PinochetFormer Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet has managed to avoid prosecution for the crimes of his military government’s seventeen year reign from 1973 to 1990. A Spanish Judge first …

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Nov 22 2005

Tuesday – November 22, 2005

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Afro-Colombian Communities Face Displacement
GUEST: Luz Marina Becerra, Secretary General of AFRODES (Organization of Displaced Afro-Colombians), Angela Thielen-Martin, Spanish-English interpreter

Displaced Afro-ColombiansLast Friday, indigenous activists in Colombia seized control of 18 large farms and vowed to organize protests across the country this week in order to put pressure on Colombian President Uribe. Indigenous activists want the Colombian government to begin a program of …

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Nov 21 2005

Monday – November 21, 2005

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Tribute to Vine Deloria Jr
GUESTS: Larry Smith, co-host of American Indian Airwaves from the Lumbee nation, Henrietta Mann, Cheyanne Nation, George E. Tinker, Osage nation.

Vine Deloria Jr. Vine Deloria Jr, a prominent Native American activist and best-selling author died last Sunday at the age of 72 in Colorado. Born in 1933 and raised in South Dakota, Deloria served in the Marines …

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Nov 20 2005

Weekly Natl’ Program – 11/18/05

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Concentration Camps in New Orleans?
GUESTS: Leah Jah, Chair of the Causeway Concentration Camp Committee in New Orleans

New Orleans Causeway - residents waiting for busesIn the days after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans residents were without food, water, power, sanitation and health. Tens of thousands were displaced …

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