We bring you another two-part show today! First, we talk to research scientist and human rights attorney Robin Bronen about climate displacement and the human costs of environmental disaster. In the second segment, Palestinian journalist and refugee Amena ElAshkar discusses her work raising awareness about human injustices in Palestine with the North America Nakba Tour. […]
Brother Eugene and compatriot Melissa offer a program of discussion and music that speaks of peace, love, and unity and brings an awareness of uplifting people of all walks of life, including those people who are currently incarcerated and those people who are formerly incarcerated.
Last month, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced the creation of a new denaturalization task force to investigate thousands of naturalized Americans suspected of lying on their citizenship applications. Today’s guest, Stephanie DeGooyer, will shed some light on this new development in a broader discussion with host Esty Dinur about immigration, naturalization, and […]
In response to a growing wave of violence and persecution of sexual minorities in Chechnya, LGBTQ community members in Dane County have scheduled a fundraiser for Rainbow Railroad, a Canadian human rights project. Organizers are recruiting sponsors and collecting donations for the event, Friends of Rainbow Railroad, to be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. […]
Today Karma talks with community organizers M Adams, Alix Shabazz, and T Banks of Freedom Inc and the Young Gifted and Black Coalition to talk about the UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent. The group arrived yesterday and will continue through January 29th on a mission concerning the human rights of people of African […]
Jesselyn Radack, Director of National Security & Human Rights at the Government Accountability Project (GAP) and author of “Traitor: The Whistleblower and the American Taliban” speaks with 8 O’Clock Buzz host Jan Miyasaki.