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NoAlibis recent elections-related sound:Podcasts

NoAlibis recent elections-related sound:Podcasts

In the past month, the No Alibis crew has had a number of elections related programs and the sound can be found here.  Interviews include Prof John Foran on Prop 30; Prof. HLT Quan on the importance of multi-party participation in elecitons; and Craig Gilmore, prison reform advocate, on Props 34,35,36.  Additionally, interviews with Harvey [...]

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 [...]

NoAlibis 10/17/12 8a.m.: John Foran on Prop 30;Beto Juarez on Affirmative Action challenge.

NoAlibis 10/17/12 8a.m.: John Foran on Prop 30;Beto Juarez on Affirmative Action challenge.

Proposition 30's success or failure in the coming elections is likely to have a profound impact on California's education system across all levels.  Prof. John Foran discusses its implications with Marisela Marquez and Elizabeth Robinson at 8:30 following news.  At 9:15 Prof. Beto Juarez discusses the current consideration of Fisher v. Texas in [...]

No Alibis 10/10/12 8a.m: Miguel T. Salas on Venezuelan elections;Diane Fujino on Richard Aoki

No Alibis 10/10/12 8a.m: Miguel T. Salas on Venezuelan elections;Diane Fujino on Richard Aoki

At 8:30 Prof. Miguel Tinker Salas, noting that Venezuela has enormous known oil reserves, discusses the recent re-election of Hugo Chavez and its implications in Latin America and beyond. This follows news with Noor Aljawad and Elizabeth Robinson. In the second hour, Prof Diane Fujino discusses the life and work of Asian American intellectual and [...]

NoAlibis 9/19/12 8am: US foreign and domestic realities on run up to election

NoAlibis 9/19/12 8am: US foreign and domestic realities on run up to election

At 8:30 following news, Ali Abunimah discusses the efficacy, the legality of locating US embassy in Jerusalem, Palestinian desires for peace, and political positioning of both US parties vis a vis the Middle East and Palestine/Israel. At 9:15, Alice O'Connor addresses the rising US poverty rates, past policies designed to alleviate poverty, [...]

NoAlibis Podcast 9/5/12:UC Librarians dispute;Report from Palestine

NoAlibis Podcast 9/5/12:UC Librarians dispute;Report from Palestine

Mike Rotkin, UC-AFT Chief Negotiator for represented librarians at the University of California Library system and several librarians talked with Elizabeth Robinson about the current bargaining situation between the librarians (Unit 17) and U.C. Administration. Specifically, the discussion focused on the administration's unfair practice of [...]

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 [...]

KCSB Sponsors MUDDFEST Featuring Gardens & Villa + Other S.B. Bands (Saturday, September 1)

KCSB Sponsors MUDDFEST Featuring Gardens & Villa + Other S.B. Bands (Saturday, September 1)

On Saturday, September 1st, Gardens & Villa will perform at and host Muddfest, a day-long outdoor music festival featuring several additional local acts, such as Dante Elephante, Little Indian, Watercolor Paintings, and more. Showtime is 2pm for this all-ages concert, which will take place in the back lot behind Muddy Waters Café, which is at [...]

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 [...]

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