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Antiracism,Inc;Surveillance: No Alibis 101613 PODCASTS

Antiracism,Inc;Surveillance: No Alibis 101613 PODCASTS

Felice Blake, Alison Reed, Paula Ioanide, and James Ricks examine ways people practice "engaged activism" to address state/police violence, surveillance, incarceration and other systemic problems that many communities of color face. They joined Gerardo Colmenar and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the work of the Shawn Greenwood Working Group and the [...]

McChesney on Dollarocracy;Sol Sisters Rising: No Alibis10/9/13 PODCAST

McChesney on Dollarocracy;Sol Sisters Rising: No Alibis10/9/13 PODCAST

McChesneyNoAlibis100913<a href="McChesneyNoAlibis100913ttp://www.kcsb.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/SolSistersRising-header.gif"> SolSisters NoAlibis 100913As the supreme court allows still more big money to enter elections, Robert McChesney discussed the impact on US democracy with Gerardo Colmenar and Elizabeth Robinson, including [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Forty Years After Chilean Coup on CULTURE OF PROTEST (Thursday, September 5)

Forty Years After Chilean Coup on CULTURE OF PROTEST (Thursday, September 5)

Of his program Culture of Protest, Dick Flacks writes: Chile coup forty years after September 11 1973--Pinochet leads fascist military coup. President Allende killed, thousands rounded up. Chile's troubadour Victor Jara tortured and killed in stadium Latin America's poet laureate Pablo Neruda dies within days. Chile suffers dictatorship and [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Occupy in Depth on Culture of Protest (Thursday, July 25)

Occupy in Depth on Culture of Protest (Thursday, July 25)

Of his program Culture of Protest, Dick Flacks writes: occupy in depth This week a Culture of Protest special—a conversation with Heather Hurwitz whose been doing field work for her dissertation in the UCSB sociology department: “Gender, Feminism and Culture in OWS”. We’ll explore the ways that feminist thought and practice has [...]

Songs for Trayvon and Mandiba on Culture of Protest (Thursday, July 18)

Songs for Trayvon and Mandiba on Culture of Protest (Thursday, July 18)

Of his program Culture of Protest, Dick Flacks writes: songs for trayvon and mandiba We've collected songs from past and present that evoke the painful history of the 'killing of black mother's sons'. These are not only moving but profoundly enlightening. And we are on the air today on the 95th birthday of Nelson Mandela--and to honor him [...]

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