Jonathan Newton is founder of the National Association Against Police Brutality ( http://naapb.org ). He discusses
Talk World Radio
Taif Jany, director of #SoccerSalam, discusses the need for humanitarian aid in Iraq this winter and how people can help. See http://soccersalam.org
In addition, 12-year-old Hallie
Lia Tarachansky discusses her new film On the Side of the Road which looks at the creation of Israel and the erasure of what was there before.
Science now allows studies of climate change thus far and predictions of what is to come in specific areas. Stephen Nash’s new book Virginia Climate
Former U.S. Senator Mike Gravel explains how he put the Pentagon Papers into the Congressional Record and gave them to the media in 1971,
Maya Schenwar is the author of Locked Down, Locked Out: Why Prison Doesn’t Work and How We Can Do Better. She discusses the book, what to do about prison,
Leslie Cagan has worked in a wide range peace and social justice movements for almost 50 years: from the Vietnam war to racism at home, from nuclear disarmament to
Talk Nation Radio: Jeff Cohen on media no-fly zones, killing the messenger, getting big stories wrong
Jeff Cohen discusses the state of the media today. Cohen is director of the Park Center for Independent
A note from David Swanson:
You may have seen this article I wrote recently on ongoing U.S. use of depleted uranium weapons. It’s on dozens of websites, including my own WarIsACrime, but also Al Jazeera, Truthout, Counterpunch, FireDogLake, OpEdNews, Washington’s Blog, Z, and many others.
Guess what I got paid, in total, from all of those outlets? —–>>>
But I can pay the bills and keep working for peace if you help
Randall Amster discusses his book Peace Ecology. Amster is Director of the