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KCSB-FM Presents “Day of Mourning and Reflection” – UCSB Harder Stadium Memorial PODCAST NOW ONLINE

KCSB-FM Presents “Day of Mourning and Reflection” – UCSB Harder Stadium Memorial PODCAST NOW ONLINE

In response to the senseless tragedy in Isla Vista on Friday, May 23rd, 2014, the University of California, Santa Barbara campus cancelled classes on Tuesday, May 27th, declaring it a “Day of Mourning and Reflection.” A memorial ceremony was held that afternoon at UCSB's Harder Stadium. Upwards of 20,000 people gathered for this service, [...]

No Alibis 10/30/13:’Geographies of Liberation’;'Money Matters

No Alibis 10/30/13:’Geographies of Liberation’;'Money Matters

On Wednesday 30 October, No Alibis is joined at 9:30 am by Alex Lubin, Director of the Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for American Studies and Research at the American University of Beirut to talk about hiw new book Geographies of Liberation: The Making of an Afro-Arab Political Imaginary and at 10:15 by Christopher Newfield, Professor and author of [...]

‘Race & Class Radio’ on No Alibis 9/11/13 PODCAST

‘Race & Class Radio’ on No Alibis 9/11/13 PODCAST

On Wednesday 11 September 2013 No Alibis presented 'Race & Class Radio', a quarterly program featuring highlights of the current issue of the internationally known journal Race & Class published by the Institute of Race Relations in London. The issue focused on Black politics and culture and Chris Searle and Shana Redmond discussed their [...]

Falk on Egypt; Barrigan-Padilla on Delta conservancy: No Alibis 7/10/13 Podcast

Falk on Egypt; Barrigan-Padilla on Delta conservancy: No Alibis 7/10/13 Podcast

UN Special Rapporteur, Richard Falk discussed implications of Mohammad Morsi's ouster in Egypt. Coup or legitimate military intervention? Populist or democratic movement. Barbara Barrigan-Parilla of Restore the Deltatalked about the potential impact of peripheral canals diverting water from the Sacramento and San Joaquin river delta and the local [...]

NoAlibis 8am 5/22/13: Crime & Racialization; Private contractors & US bases

NoAlibis 8am 5/22/13: Crime & Racialization; Private contractors & US bases

On May 22nd, we inaugurate a new feature on No Alibis called Race & Class Radio that highlights the current issue of the internationally known journal published in London. Following the news, Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson are joined by Elizabeth Fekete and Jon Burnett as we focus on crime and racialization. In the second hour, we speak [...]

Nancy Kurshan: No Alibis 3/20/13: Prison ‘security’ units. Podcast

Nancy Kurshan: No Alibis 3/20/13: Prison ‘security’ units. Podcast

Nancy Kurshan, author of Out of Control:A Fifteen Year Battle Against Control Unit Prisons, spoke with Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson about the Marion Prison lock down as the prototype for control unit prisons. These prisons have now become common as at Pelican Bay's 'Secure Housing Units' which have created an international outcry as [...]

NoAlibis 1/23/12 8am: Border ‘security’; debt resistance

NoAlibis 1/23/12 8am: Border ‘security’; debt resistance

On January 23rd, No Alibis will be joined in the first hour by Tom Barry, director of the Transborder Project and Senior Analyst, Center for International Policy to discuss border security and his new book, Border Wars and in the second hour by Andrew Ross, author of Nice Work if you can get it:Life and Labor in Precarious Times and a dozen other [...]

NoAlibis 8am 10/24/12: HLT Quan on 3rd parties; Lebanon

NoAlibis 8am 10/24/12: HLT Quan on 3rd parties; Lebanon

The debate held amongst 'third parties'  touched on issues and exchanges that were entirely excluded from the Romney/Obama debates.  Shortly after 8 am, HLT Quan joins Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the impact on democratic processes that a limited national discussion produces.  In the second hour, participants discuss [...]

No Alibis 8am 7/25/12: Dave Zirin on Olympics; Chris Newfield on Banks

No Alibis 8am 7/25/12: Dave Zirin on Olympics; Chris Newfield on Banks

Our 'Money Matters' guy, Christopher Newfield joins Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson from Berlin to discuss latest revelations about banks 'too big to fail' at 8 am. Avery & Elizabeth will follow with news and at 9:15 will be joined by Dave Zirin, sports journalist, who will discuss the Olympics and politics and, time permitting, the efficacy [...]

No Alibis 8am 2/22/12: Prison hunger strike;Manthia Diawara on African film, Edouard Glissant

No Alibis 8am 2/22/12: Prison hunger strike;Manthia Diawara on African film, Edouard Glissant

In protest against the cruel and unusual punishment meted out in California prisons, prisoners are again on a hunger strike and one prisoner at Corcoran State Prison, Christian Gomez, has died. Jay Donahue of CA Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity joins Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson at 8:30 to report on current actions inside and out of the [...]

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