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What do the people have to say about the State of the Union? A rebroadcast of Esther Iverem’s interviews with a panel of people working around social justice and human rights for the national Pacifica broadcast of the 2023 State of the Union address.
With Professor Gerald Horne, Code Pink co-founder Jodie Evans, police accountability advocate Ron Hampton, immigration attorney Heather Benno, and Siqiniq Maupin, executive director of Sovereign Inupiat for a Living Arctic.
Plus more headlines: Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Seymour Hersh alleges what we’ve long discussed on this show, that the United States was behind the September 2022 bombing of the Nord Stream pipeline system. A strike by a local of the Amalgamated Transit Union in suburban Washington DC is now in its fourth week. Following up a DC story we reported in January, Jason Lewis, 41 has been charged with with second-degree murder while armed, in the death of 13-year-old Karon Blake. The WPFW Pacifica family is mourning the death of two women who have contributed to the life of the station. Lorne Cress Love ad Zarinah Shakir.
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