Posts Tagged ‘Egypt’
Steve Buckley on Egyptian elections; George Lipsitz on Johnny Otis; Harvey Wasserman on environment & wellness: No Alibis podcast, 1/25/12
British media activist, Steve Buckley, has covered Egyptian elections and their significance since their inception and reported on outcomes. Prof. George Lipsitz, biographer of Johnny Otis recounts a bit of his life and approach to the world. At 9:15 Harvey Wasserman discussed about critical water issues and environmental impact on wellness.
At 8:00 Noor Aljawad and Mohammad Abdul Latif Ibrahim report live from Occupied Cairo. At 9:30 we’re joined by Stephen David Simon, Los Angeles City Aids Coordinator for World Aids Day. Other news and the start of our annual Book Tastings. With co-host Avery F. Gordon.
*Egyptian Government Holds Emergency Meeting After 25 Are Killed in Cairo - FSRN *Occupy Wall St. Solidarity Movement Continues to Spread - FSRN *Occupy Santa Barbara Solidarity Demonstration Hits One-Week Mark News Writer: Negeen Amuzegar Engineer: Elizabeth Gutierrez Anchor/Producer: Monica Lopez
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 [...]
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 [...]