War & Peace

Patrice Lumumba Ford - one of the "Portland Seven."

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Thu, 04/23/2009

On 10/04/2002 Patrice  Lumumba Ford was arrested along with 3 other suspects of the Portland Seven in Portland, Oregon. He was accused of traveling overseas in a conspiracy to wage war against the United States, provide material support and resources to Al Qaeda and contribute services to Al Qaeda and the Taliban.

On 12/02/2003 Patrice  Lumumba Ford was sentenced, in a plea bargain, to 18 years imprisonment. 

47:38 minutes (43.61 MB)

Secular Resistance in Iraq

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Sun, 04/26/2009

 There is a secular (non-sectarian) resistance gong on in Iraq. The Old Mole's Bill Resnick talks with New York radio producer Bill Weinberg about acknowledging and allying with the Iraqi civil resistance. Weinberg is the National Co-chair of the National Organization for the Iraqi Freedom Struggles (NO-IFS). For more information on Iraqi secular resistance, go here, and here

15:31 minutes (8.89 MB)

Alvaro Luna Hernandez

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Thu, 04/23/2009

Sheriff Jack McDaniel of Alpine, Texas, On July 18, 1996 arrived to arrest Alvaro at his home on a trumped up charge of aggravated robbery  When the unarmed Alvaro questioned the sheriff's action, the officer drew his weapon. Before he could shoot, Alvaro disarmed him and fled. (At the trial for robbery, Alvaro represented himself and had the charge dismissed.). No warrant for the arrest had been issued.

2:50 minutes (2.6 MB)

Flashpoints

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Flashpoints
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Wed, 04/29/2009 - 10:15am - 11:00am

Dennis Bernstein speaks with one of the organizers of an upcoming protest by human rights activists near the White House in support a criminal inquiry into the use of torture by the Bush Administration.  Dennis also interviews military mother and author Susan Gallymoore, who interviewed mothers in war zones around the world for her book, "Long Time Passing;" a report on the settlement reached in the whistleblower-fraud trial of MAXXAM Corporation and CEO Charles Hurwitz; and an update on the case of Georgia death row inmate Troy Anthony Davis.

Special Programming: Public Affairs on 05/01/09

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Fri, 05/01/2009 - 8:00am - 9:00am

A special Talk Radio celebrating May Day, the International Workers' Holiday. The host is Joe Uris. Tune in and call in with your take on May Day! Joe's guests are members of the local group, General Strike. Since 1987 General Strike has played on picket lines, at union rallies and conventions and at other socially progressive gatherings or protests.

Flashpoints on 04/28/09

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Flashpoints
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Tue, 04/28/2009 - 10:15am - 11:00am

Host Dennis Bernstein speaks with acclaimed author Alice Walker and veteran activist Medea Benjamin about their recent visits to Gaza and the need to protest and break the silence about the killing of Palestinians.

The Abe and Joe Talk Radio Show on 04/28/09

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Tue, 04/28/2009 - 8:00am - 9:00am

Joe and Abe host a discussion of "Torture and War."

Janet Hollaway Africa

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Sun, 04/26/2009

MAY 13, 1985 BOMBING AND FIRE - Lt. Frank Powell prepares to drop the Bomb on innocent human beings! The Bomb - A Bomb that Killed - Murdered Women, Men and Children! 

Janet Hollaway Africa is a member of the "back to nature group" MOVE.

She and others were imprisoned with others who were accused of a 1978 Philadelphia police murder.

The forensics expert at the later MOVE Commission would absolve MOVE from any murder charges as the bullet was fired into the back of the officers head, away from the house.

1:42 minutes (1.56 MB)

If You Love This Planet on 04/27/09

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Mon, 04/27/2009 - 10:15am - 11:00am

Host Dr. Helen Caldicott interviews activist Jacqueline Cabasso, who has been promoting nuclear weapons abolition for decades. She is the Executive Director of the Western States Legal Foundation, a non-profit which monitors and analyzes U.S. nuclear weapons programs and policies with a focus on the national nuclear weapons laboratories.

Janine Phillips Africa says; "Revolution is not a word but an application"

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Thu, 04/23/2009

Since this statement was written, Merle Austin Africa joined the ancestors. She died in prison, March 13, 1998.

1:42 minutes (1.56 MB)
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