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Archive for March 2013

Project Censored presents special program produced by Nora Barrows-Friedman, Iraqi Frequences:  10 Years.  This radio program is part of a wider initiative to create a resource kit for community organizers, activists, and all people affected by the occupation of Iraq to forge out responses and disseminate information as a means of making sure that this is not just another anniversary that passes us by.  For much more information and more incredible features on arts, culture and politics, check out ShakomakoNET: http://shakomako.net/ Today's show includes the voices of:
Dahr Jamail, journalist and author of “Beyond the Green Zone Dispatches from an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq” and “The Will to Resist: Soldiers who Refuse to Fight in Iraq and Afghanistan”
Dr. Sabah Alnasseri, political science professor at York U
Liisa Schofield, activist and anti-poverty organizer
Ali Issa, activist and organizer with War Resisters’ League and journalist with Jadaliyya
Sundus Abdul Hadi, multimedia artist
Rijin Sahakian, artist and co-founder of Sada, a non-profit project supporting new and emerging arts practices through education initiatives in Iraq and public programs internationally
Ahmed Habib, writer, journalist, and part of the editorial team at shakomako(dot)NET

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Project Censored - 03/19/13

Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips interview Martin Sanchez, former San Francisco Venezuelan Consul General on the legacy of late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. At the bottom of the hour they talk with Food Not Bombs founder Keith McHenry about his recent trip to Indonesia and the global food crisis. And they end the show with Lisa Ling from Iraq Veterans Against the War as we approach the 10th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.

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Project Censored - 03/12/13

Mickey Huff  and Peter Phillips interview Tukufu Zuberi professor of Africana Studies at the University of Pennsylvania and Brian Murphy a professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Niagara University on contemporary issues misunderstandings regarding Africa today.  They also host Kate Raphael of Women's Magazine who talks with members of the women's vocal ensemble Kitka, who are holding a special international women's day concert.   They  end the show with an interview with Inder Grewal an sociology major student activist from SF City College who fighting accreditation issues and a threaten closure of the campus.

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