Posts Tagged ‘Avery Gordon’
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, [...]
Molly Porzig, California Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity, spoke with Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson about the hunger strike at Pelican Bay protesting the 'Security Housing Units' there and elsewhere. At the time of the interview, prisoners at six prisons had joined the strike. Now more than 6500 are on strike.
No Alibis 8am 7/6/11, Patrick Cockburn on Libya;Molly Porzig on Pelican Bay prisoners’ hunger strike
Unlike the overwhelming majority of US media, journalist Patrick Cockburn reminds us that propaganda is too often the order of the day in Libya, on both sides. He joins Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson at 8:30 following the news. At 9:15, Molly Porzig, California Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity, discusses the hunger strike at Pelican Bay [...]
At 8:30 following news, Carrie Burrgraf research assistant at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs discusses the movement against genetically modified organisms in Peru with Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson. In the second hour, awarding winning documentarian ('Gaza Strip', 'Iraq in Fragments') James Longley reports on Pakistan where he has been [...]
Professor Richard Falks, recently returned from Cairo and Turkish sponsored conference on helping the UN's 'Least Developed Countries', joins Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson at 8:30 a.m. to discuss the conference and the efficacy of the current approaches to economic development for LDCs. At 9:15a.m. writer & filmmaker Philip Rizk, discusses [...]
No Alibis 5/4/11 8am: Andy Worthington on Guantanamo Wikileaks; Rami Zurayk in Beirut on ‘Arab Spring’
Following news, independent journalist Andy Worthington joins Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the Wikileaks documents on Guantanamo prisoners and the 'regime of torture' therein. At 9:15 am they are joined by agronomist Rami Zurayk to discuss events which continue to unfold in the Middle East and North Africa.
Following the news, UCSB Prof. Paul Amar shares his perspective on the current situation in Egypt and beyond. He has recently written an article entitled 'Why Mubarak is Out'.At 9:15 Alana Kumbier, Wellesley College librarian and organizer of Boston Radical Reference Collective and Gary Colmenar, UCSB librarian and member of the Progressive [...]
At 8:30 Professor Marjorie Cohn, former president of the National Lawyers Guild and author of The United States and Torture: Interrogation, Incarceration and Abuse discusses indefinite sentencing at Guantanamo and international law. Professor Cedric J. Robinson,author of Black Marxism and Forgeries Of Memory And Meaning: Blacks And The Regimes Of [...]
At 8:30 Professor Marjorie Cohn, former president of the National Lawyers Guild and author of The United States and Torture: Interrogation, Incarceration and Abuse discusses indefinite sentencing at Guantanamo and international law. Professor Cedric Robinson,author of Black Marxismand Forgeries Of Memory And Meaning: Blacks And The Regimes Of [...]
Join Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson for the last of this year's 'Book Tastings'. We'll be reading bits from books that we and others have enjoyed this past year. If you're still thinking about last minute gifts for others or yourself, or if you just enjoy being read to, tune in. Of course, we'll also be bringing some news and analysis your [...]