Michael Slate

It's a Rockin' World: Treachery & Traitors in Palestine and Wild Rebellion in Egypt

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Michael Slate

Richard Falk, professor, author, UN Special Rapporteur for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories of Palestine, talks about the whitewash report on the May 2010 Israeli assault on the Gaza Aid Flotilla from the Turkel Commission and the treachery revealed in the Palestine Papers released by Al Jazeera. Prof. Falk also talks about the renewed efforts to remove him from his UN position.

The Persecution of a Videographer, Murder and Continuing Injustice in Mississippi and a Socialist Response to the Demand for Reparations

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Michael Slate

Jay Becker and Marilyn Ross, Ad Hoc Committee for Reason & Dropping the Charges, discuss the politically motivated censorship and completely unethical prosecution of Videographer Gregory Koger by the Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago.

Micki Dickoff & Tony Pagano, co-directors of "Neshoba: The Price of Freedom," discuss their film on the murders of three young civil rights workers during Mississippi Freedom Summer in 1964 and the continuing struggle for justice in Neshoba County, Mississippi today.