By Anonymous (not verified), 11 April, 2012
Michael Slate


"The Second Killing of Trayvon Martin, A Song for Trayvon and Digging into Samuel Beckett through Waiting for Godot"

Li Onesto, Journalist, Revolution Newspaper, reveals how the system has launched a vicious counterattack in the case of Trayvon Martin, killing Trayvon's reputation as part of the attempt to justify the murder and chill out the anger of the people. Onesto also speaks to the National Day of Outrage and the need to step up resistance around this crime.

Reg e gaines, writer/musician/spoken word artist/director, debuts a song inspired by the murder of Trayvon Martin -- "Seventeen2.1."

Barry McGovern, actor and one of the foremost interpreters of the work of Samuel Beckett in the world, talks about his recent work in Waiting for Godot and what it reveals about Beckett.