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Guatemala and Palestine Reports;Third World News Review Retrospective: No Alibis09/2013 PODCASTS

Guatemala and Palestine Reports;Third World News Review Retrospective: No Alibis09/2013 PODCASTS

Maryam GriffinNoAlibis092513Maryam Griffin recently returned from Occupied Palestine and reported on conditions there, particularly on transportation. Lucy Edwards just returned from Honduras and discussed the deteriorating human rights environment there. Corey Dubin and Cedric Robinson joined Marisela Marquez and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss [...]

‘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 [...]

IN THE NICK OF TIME: Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac & 46 Years of the Soft Rock Sound on ROCK IT PROPERLY (Sunday, September 15)

IN THE NICK OF TIME: Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac & 46 Years of the Soft Rock Sound on ROCK IT PROPERLY (Sunday, September 15)

Join DJ Darla Bea this Sunday, Sept. 15th at 8pm for a Fleetwood Mac Attack of the Radio Airwaves. Last week marked the 23rd anniversary of Stevie Nicks' and Christine McVie's departure from the rock band Fleetwood Mac. Listen up tonight for a 2-hour tribute to the group, which also features Lindsey Buckingham, John McVie, and Mick Fleetwood [...]

Phyllis Bennis on Syrian Intervention, 9/04/13: No Alibis PODCAST

Phyllis Bennis on Syrian Intervention, 9/04/13: No Alibis PODCAST

Phyllis BennisAs the US Administration continues to claim that it has proof that poison gas was used in Syria and that it was used by the Syrian government, challenges to that 'knowledge' have been mounting. With only a week before the Obama Administration will seek Congressional approval for military intervention, MIddle East scholar and policy [...]

Fukushima 2+ years later Harvey Wasserman:No Alibis 8/21/13 PODCAST

Fukushima 2+ years later Harvey Wasserman:No Alibis 8/21/13 PODCAST

On August 8, 2013 Harvey Wasserman wrote, "Just when it seemed things might be under control at Fukushima, we find they are worse than ever." Two weeks later he joined Elizabeth Robinson to tell us why this is so, that it's not just hyperbole or hysteria. He discusses the massive leaks from the nuclear reactor that are carrying more toxic [...]

“If These Walls Could Talk”: A Return to THE PICKLE PATCH (with Andres Fraire) on Monday’s THE FREAK POWER TICKET (September 2)

“If These Walls Could Talk”: A Return to THE PICKLE PATCH (with Andres Fraire) on Monday’s THE FREAK POWER TICKET (September 2)

In 1996, a compact two-story apartment on the 6500 block of Sabado Tarde, in Isla Vista, became known as The Pickle Patch. A hardcore/"positive" punk and indie-rock performance venue, it relocated briefly to a former fraternity house, and then called it a night in 2001. The Pickle Patch in Isla Vista, CA - CLICK TO ENLARGEOn the next "The [...]

Medicare at 48; Korean War at 60: No Alibis 8/7/13 PODCAST

Medicare at 48; Korean War at 60: No Alibis 8/7/13 PODCAST

As the possibility of cuts to the Medicare program loom, Robert Stone, MD wrote: "Who is the most popular health insurer in America? Not Anthem Blue Cross. It’s Medicare. And what insurer is the most efficient? Medicare again, operating at only 1.4 percent overhead, while the private insurers strain to meet the Affordable Care Act maximum [...]

Newfield on Napolitano;The Odyssey Project: NoAlibis 073013 PODCAST

Newfield on Napolitano;The Odyssey Project: NoAlibis 073013 PODCAST

The Regents of the University of California recently approved the appointment of former Homeland Security Director Janet Napolitano as president of the UC system. Prof. Christopher Newfield discusses the implications of the appointment with Elizabeth Robinson. In a second interview, Prof. Michael Morgan and some of his students talk about their [...]

Librarians’ Social Responsibility Roundtable; Librarians to Palestine: NoAlibis072613 PODCAST

Librarians’ Social Responsibility Roundtable; Librarians to Palestine: NoAlibis072613 PODCAST

Al Kagan, African Studies librarian at the University of Illinois Library at Urbana-Champaign joined Gerardo Colmenar and Elizabeth Robinson to talk about the recent resolutions on Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning passed by the Social Responsibilities Round Table Action Council (SRRT-AC) during the American Library Association annual conference [...]

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 [...]

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