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No Alibis 8/27/12: Voter ID laws & voter disenfranchisement Podcast

No Alibis 8/27/12: Voter ID laws & voter disenfranchisement Podcast

Wasserman;Sancho8:2012As the 2012 elections approach, new laws have been adopted in many states to limit access to the polls for people who are eligible to vote in the US. At the same time, voices like those of Harvey Wasserman (freepress.org) and Ion Sancho (Registrar of Voters, Leon County, Florida), have raised alarms about manipulation of [...]

No Alibis 8/15/12:Sikh temple shootings; Tax Justice Network

No Alibis 8/15/12:Sikh temple shootings; Tax Justice Network

Pawan Rehill and Romi Dhillon - both with expertise as well as personal experience with the Sikh community and religious practice - discuss the lethal assault on the Oak Creek Wisconsin Sikh community, the targeting of such communities in post 9/11 US, and the seeming media indifference to this terrorist attack. Then, James S. Henry, lead [...]

No Alibis: Police surveillance and violence:Podcast

No Alibis: Police surveillance and violence:Podcast

Otis Madison, Cedric J. Robinson and Damien Schnyder joined Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the rising incidences of police murders whether in Santa Maria or Anaheim; the unauthorized surveillance by NYPD of people well outside of New York City; the increased police presence in schools and their aggressive policing of demonstrators with the [...]

No Alibis 8/8/12 8am: Police surveillance & violence

No Alibis 8/8/12 8am: Police surveillance & violence

Otis Madison, Cedric J. Robinson and Damien Schnyder join Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the rising incidences of police murders whether in Santa Maria or Anaheim; the unauthorized surveillance by NYPD of people well outside of New York City; the increased police presence in schools and their aggressive policing of demonstrators with the insistence [...]

No Alibis 8/1/12 8am: Report from Lebanon;Black farmers vs. the USDA

No Alibis 8/1/12 8am: Report from Lebanon;Black farmers vs. the USDA

No Alibis co-host, reports from Beirut including her recent visit to a women's prison. She'll be joining Elizabeth Robinson at 8:30 following the news segment. In the second hour, Heather Gray, reports on the continuing legal struggles that Black farmers across the South face in their demands for redress for years of US Department of Agriculture [...]

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 5/9/12 8am: Richard Falk on Palestinian hunger strikes;John Carlos on 1968 Olympics

No Alibis 5/9/12 8am: Richard Falk on Palestinian hunger strikes;John Carlos on 1968 Olympics

Palestinians held in Israeli prisons in contravention of international law have been on hunger strike for weeks. UN Special Rapporteur on Palestinian Human Rights, Prof. Richard Falk, examines the failure of governments and media to address this human crisis. He addresses hunger strikes as non-violent resistance and the practices of arbitrary [...]

No Alibis 8am 4/25/12:Pakistan on the brink, Palestinian children’s theater, Tucson’s banned books

No Alibis 8am 4/25/12:Pakistan on the brink, Palestinian children’s theater, Tucson’s banned books

Ahmed Rashid, author of Pakistan on the Brink discusses implication of conflict in the region. Abdelfatth Abusrour shares his work teaching peace and human rights with Palestinian children. Bill Bigelow, teacher and founder of Rethinking Schools, talks about the banning of one of his books, Rethinking Columbusby Tucson authorities. They join [...]

Laura Pulido, Christopher Newfield on No Alibis, Wed 8am 4/18/12

Laura Pulido, Christopher Newfield on No Alibis, Wed 8am 4/18/12

A People's Guide to Los Angeleshas been described "as a trip through L.A.'s history of militant strikers, civil rights activists and unforgettable feminists'. One of its authors, Laura Pulido will join Marisela Marquez and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the capturing of the history and images that have too often been lost. Christopher Newfield [...]

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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