Police brutality

THE MICHAEL SLATE SHOW

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Michael Slate

Dr. Leroy Carhart, Director of the Abortion & Contraception Clinic of Nebraska. While so many accept the Hyde Amendment as the "common ground" compromise, Dr. Carhart reveals the devastating impact of this amendment on the lives of women - especially poor women of color.

David Heilbroner, co-director of the film Stonewall Uprising, discusses the historic significance of the Stonewall Uprising - the first "in the street" rebellion of gay people - and its continuing impact today

THE MICHAEL SLATE SHOW

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Michael Slate

Clyde Young, Revolutionary Communist and former prisoner, argues that Mass Incarceration Plus Silence Equals Genocide and calls for a National Day of Action against mass incarceration.

An excerpt from a speech by Bob Avakian, Chairman, RCP USA, "Revolution: Why It's Necessary, Why It's Possible and What It's All About," reveals the racist terror against Black people that is the spinal
column of this system.

THE MICHAEL SLATE SHOW

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Michael Slate

"The Truth About the Origins of Israel, the Palestinian Nation, the Prisoner Hunger Strike in California Prisons and the Deputy Gangs Running LA County Prisons"

Alan Goodman, Revolution newspaper, tells the solid truth about the origins of Israel and the history of the Palestinian nation as the basis for understanding the imperialist maneuvering around Palestine's application to the UN.

Seeing Red Radio: Haiti, Melvin Jones III, MLK and Tony Cliff 2.2

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Seeing Red Radio

This week we look at the hidden history of Haiti and the devastation exacted by global capital long before the earthquake struck, juxtaposing Pat Robertson’s hateful words with the “curse” inflicted by the World Bank and others. Also, horrific video is released of a white Springfield, MA police officer beating an African-American man while he was subdued by other officers, we’ll examine the racist legacy of the officer in question and the city’s infamously brutal police department.

Struggle News #1 (5/19/2009)

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Dj Dope & Giraffe

May 19, 2009. Struggle News #1 - broadcasting from the Candle Light Media Center in Yongsan, Seoul, South Korea.

Struggle News #1 covered the last week of actions and events that took place in South Korea, including:

*The War Resisters International's day of conscientious objection and whole week of events;

*The KCTU and KCWTU rally and march (which police attacked, arresting 457 people) that happened in Daejeon, Sat, May 16;

*The O-Che-Tu-Ji march from JinriSan to Seoul;

Be the Media, Action Radio #3

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Dj Dope & Giraffe

This is the third broadcast (May 12, 2009) of Be the Media, a program of the alternative radio station Media Redevelopment Action Radio at the Candle Light Media Center in Yongsan, Seoul, South Korea. Be the Media is a radio program project of Korea Indymedia. DJ Dope and Giraffe were MCing this first show. Anyone is invited to participate and contribute to the program. The program was broadcast mostly in English, with a few songs and few things mentioned in Korean. The program starts in Korean language for the first few minutes. It was broadcasted live in Yongsan, Seoul.