On today’s show, a tremendous week in DC, marked by demonstrations denouncing that massacre of peaceful protesters in Gaza and the launch of the national Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival. And it’s the third show of the month, our time to talk about fascism on our segment The F-Word. Jill Stein […]
Today’s show is about war, rumors of war, justice for Palestine and justice here in the US–for Terrence Sterling in DC and Stephon Clark in Sacramento. And scientists are taking to the streets April 14 for the 2018 March for Science here in DC and in locations around the country and globe. Headlines on Facebook […]
Voices of protest and civil disobedience at the large DUMP TRUMP AND DISARM AIPAC RALLY outside the Washington, DC gathering of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the pro-Israel lobby, as presidential Donald Trump was scheduled to speak. MUCH OF THE NEWS CYCLE this week was consumed with the bombings in Brussels and the meeting […]
AUGUST 21, 2014 FROM GAZA TO MISSOURI CONTINUED: We explore more about the links between Gaza and Missouri with Margaret Huang of Amnesty International and new members of the “On The Ground” team, Palestinian-American activist Amani Al-Khatahbeh and columnist Richard Prince of Journal-isms.
JULY 31, 2014 U.S. TAX DOLLARS FOR ISRAEL BUT NOT FOR U.S. HEALTH CARE/strong> : With more than 1200 Palestinians dead, activists against Israel’s attack on Gaza escalate their protests to civil disobedience and arrests. Also, Mayor Adam O’Neale walks 272 miles from Belhaven, North Carolina to DC to save health care at a rural […]
JULY 24, 2014 THE REV. GRAYLAN HAGLER IS AMONG THE SPEAKERS PROTESTING AT THE SITE OF A CHRISTIANS UNITED FOR ISRAEL EVENT AT THE DC CONVENTION CENTER. ALSO, PALESTINIAN-AMERICAN EDITOR AND ACTIVIST AMANI AL-KHATAHBEH.
JULY 17, 2014 VOICES FROM THE RALLY ON THE NATIONAL MALL TO STOP FRACKING AND FRACKED GAS EXPORTS and we speak to a member of Jewish Voice for Peace about Israel’s latest attack on the Palestinian people in Gaza. Guests and Voices: Cherri Foytlin, Winona Hauter, Tim DeChristopher, the Rev. Lennox Yearwood and Seth Morrison.