Our feature presentation today is a recording of an interview with distinguished Israeli historian, Professor Ilan Pappe. The interview was done by Mike McCormick on a program called Community Forum, part of Mind Over Matters on radio station KEXP, Seattle, Washington. It focuses on Pappe’s latest book, Ten Myths about Israel (2017).
Before that, we present an excerpt from Amy Goodman's Democracy Now with the Palestinian voice of Columbia University Professor Rashid Khalidi. It gives a Palestinian perspective to a number of issues in the current news. Among Khalidi's books: Brokers of Deceit: How the U.S. Has Undermined Peace in the Middle East (2014).
Progressive Movements Drive Prospects for Democratic Election Victory in House; US Political Landscape Changing as Increasing Number of Immigrants Run for Public Office; Local Activists Mobilize to Protect Immigrant Rights, Countering Trump's Message of Hate and Fear
Before G W Bush attacked Iraq, Houstonians came out to question Culberson's cockeyed rationale for voting for war
The place of women in the world and in the American society has changed in many aspects in the recent past. Many people say this is due to the politics of feminism, and some inquire where it will lead.
I spoke with Professor Estelle B. Freedman by phone in April 2002 and asked her to talk about why feminism did not evolve as people evolved and civilization developed.
The books Professor Freedman recommends are “The Blind Assassin” by Margaret Atwood, and “The Vagina Monologues” by Eve Ensler.
"What would be the next step if the Trump/Pence regime consolidates power?" by Bob Avakian, the leader of this revolution and the architect of a new framework for revolution, the new communism. Andy Zee, spokesperson for Revolution Books, NYC, and co-initiator of Refuse Fascism: where things are today, recent fascist assaults, and demonstrations, November 7 & 10, called by Refuse Fascism. Playwright Oliver Mayer of Members Only, the long-awaited sequel to the ground breaking Blade to the Heat.
The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit Show - A musical mid-life crisis -- a late-night search for meaning and happiness airs on WRIR LP Monday nights from 9 PM to 11 PM. Stream the show @ www.wrir.org
Audio inadvertently begins toward the end of Nancy Sidebotham's opening statement, missing Libby Schaaf's.
How splendid would it be if humans could somehow find a way to truly co-exist with the rest of the planet's creatures? This week on Sea Change Radio, we focus on two people doing what they can to protect endangered species around the globe. First, we speak to Brooke Bessesen, an author and wildlife researcher whose new book about a small, rare type of porpoise in the Sea of Cortez called the vaquita is facing possible extinction. Then, we take a look back at our 2017 discussion with Topher White. His organization, Rainforest Connection, up-cycles defunct cell phones with solar charging technology and then places them strategically in rainforests all over the world to monitor human activity like poaching and deforestation.
Cheryl interviews Mike Derosa, Green Party candidate for Secretary of State for Connecticut.
Cheryl and Frank discuss the historical and geopolitical basis for the US wanting to blame Russia for everything.
Tune in on Nov. 7, 2018 to hear the second part of this show with a focus on the current situation.
You'll hear a speech given by Dr. Peter Phillips, Professor and Author, discussing his new book: Giants: The Global Power Elite. A must read.
Retired Canadian Professor Dr. Graeme MacQueen discusses his research and his book on the Anthrax deception that followed the 9/11 Attacks in 2001. This program was previously aired.