Posts Tagged ‘Maryam Griffin’
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 [...]
At 8:30am, following news, we will air an interview with David Barsamian about the Kashmiri independence movement. At 9:30am, Sheila Carapico will talk about the uprisings in Yemen and the US drone assassination of Anwar al-Awalki. With co-hosts Elizabeth Robinson and Maryam Griffin.
Abu Nimah discusses 'false statehood' effort at the UN undertaken by Palestinian Authority noting the absence of grassroots Palestinian support. He also discusses recent demonstrations in Israel with Maryam Griffin and Elizabeth Robinson as well as the BDS movement and the mood in Jordan where he was at the time of the interview.
Journalist Jordan Flaherty joins Maryam Griffin and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the recent verdict in the case against New Orleans police officers for shootings that occurred on the Danziger Bridge after Hurricane Katrina. He has been covering the trial throughout and provides his analysis of the verdicts in which defendants were found guilty [...]
Prof. Clyde Woods‘ untimely death July 6 occasions this look at his work as a scholar and activist, chronicler of the Black communities from the Mississippi Delta to Los Angeles. Maryam Griffin and Elizabeth Robinson were joined by a number of Clyde’s former students and colleagues including Jeffrey Stewart, Jordan Camp and Damien Schneider. [...]
News and analysis begin the show. At 8:30am, Prof. Rami Zurayk will discuss the political unrest in Lebanon. At 9:15am, Christina Heatherton and Pete White, of Los Angeles Community Action Network (LA CAN) will come on to talk about the organization and a newly published reader about Skid Row. With Elizabeth Robinson and Maryam Griffin.
At 8:30 a.m. Yousef Baker, graduate student in Sociology, discusses Barak Obama's troup withdrawals from Iraq and its aftermath. At 9:15 Professor Lisa Hajjar reports back from her recent trips to Guantanamo and the state of US legal protections, or lack thereof, for Guantanamo detainees. Maryam Griffin and Elizabeth Robinson begin the program [...]
Vijay Prashad wrote that Wikileaks “cables demonstrate…the blind idealism of the State Department, which has been sidelined by the new diplomacy in the shadows conducted by the U.S. government’s arms of war.” Joins us at 8:30am for more. At 9:15 Craig Aaron examines the recently adopted regulations on ‘Net Neutrality’ and suggests that [...]
Vijay Prashad wrote that Wikileaks "cables demonstrate...the blind idealism of the State Department, which has been sidelined by the new diplomacy in the shadows conducted by the U.S. government's arms of war." Joins us at 8:30am for more. At 9:15 Craig Aaron examines the recently adopted regulations on 'Net Neutrality' and suggests that they will [...]
At 8:30 Avery Gordon reports live from Paris on labor actions and impact on France. She has been in France throughout these actions. In the second hour, Juan Botero of the World Justice Project will be interviewed about the recently completed 'Rule of Law Index'. A three year long comparative study finds, among other things, that the US does [...]