Posts Tagged ‘No Alibis’
Prof Mark Schuller will join us from Haiti where he has worked for many years to discuss impact of aid, conditions there now, and what he and others characterize as 'capitalizing on catastrophe'. 8:30 a.m. At 9:15 Hugh Kaufman, senior policy analyst with the EPA examines the efficacy of the EPA's oversight in the BP deep water oil blowout. With [...]
Harvey Wasserman, investigative journalist, author, elections watchdog, and media activist joins us from the US Social Forum re: the BP travesty and energy alternatives, Diablo Canyon, McChrystal's Afghanistan mess. Kristen Peterson, professor of anthropology at UC Irvine whose work has focused on HIV/AIDS politics and policy in Nigeria talks [...]
Ellinger just returned from Haiti where he was part of an AMARC team that rebuilt a rural Haitian radio station, Radyo Zetwal Peyizan, in Fondwa. In conversation with Elizabeth Robinson on KCSB's "No Alibis", he describes current conditions in Port au Prince as well as in the countryside. For more info, go to AMARC.org.
Elizabeth Robinson and Avery Gordon, the co-hosts of No Alibis, will interview Ali Abunimah and Daoud Kuttab live on KCSB-FM to discuss the recent Gaza massacres. Ali Abunimah is the co-founder of the Electronic Intifada, and Daoud Kuttab is the founder of AmmanNet - the Arab world's first internet radio station. No Alibis airs at 8am (PST) [...]