Posts Tagged ‘9/11’
Of his program Culture of Protest, Dick Flacks writes: songs for atonement and reflection This week we observe Yom Kippur, an opportunity even for the non-observant to reflect on how to overcome human failures both personal and social. It's the week of 9-11-1973, when a US backed fascist coup overthrew Chilean democracy; 2001--used to justify [...]
Arun Kundnani, fellow at the Open Society Institute and author of 'The End of Tolerance', discusses surveillance of the Muslim community and the FBI practice of developing 'community partnerships' sometimes based on stereotyping of communities. In the second hour, UCSB professor Lisa Hajjar comments on the practices of torture and detention that [...]
* President Barack Obama Addresses the Nation on Job Creation * Ten Years After 9/11: The Impact on Sikh Communities in the U.S. * KCSB Commentator Harry Lawton Explores the Role Pentagon-Funded Hollywood Films Play in Shaping Public Opinion ...and more. News Writers: Tessa Cole, Leoda Valenzuela Engineer: Christina Min Anchor/Producer: [...]
* Ten Years After 9/11: The Impact on Muslims in the U.S. * Gov. Jerry Brown Signs Option to Ban Smoking in Rental Housing into Law * Andreea Serban: How Did She Receive A $500,000 Golden Handshake From Santa Barbara City College? ...and more.
At 8:30 Shayana Kadidal, senior attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights joins Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the state of our civil liberties and surveillance in the post 9/11 US. At 9:15 Professors Hilal Elver and Richard Falk with comment on the recent announcement by the Turkish government it is suspending trade, [...]