For today’s episode, we turn our attention to conditions in Gaza and the West Bank, especially during the ongoing global pandemic. Our guest is Tarek Abuata, executive director of Friends of Sabeel North America (FOSNA). He discusses his experience as a Christian Palestinian and his extensive work in liberation theology and fighting for human rights […]
In January of 2020, the United Nations Human Rights Committee ruled that countries cannot deport refugees seeking asylum due to life-threatening conditions caused by climate change. The case involved Ioane Teitota, a native of the island nation of Kiribati, who unsuccessfully sought asylum in New Zealand due to rising sea levels in his home country. […]
Hosted by the Aruna Project, a US international human rights non-profit, the Madison Aruna Run is raising funds to help free, empower, and employ sexually enslaved women in India. You select the name of an enslaved woman whom the Aruna Project staff is actively working to free, write her name on your race bib, and […]
Since 2008, the Freedom Flotilla movement has sent thirty-five ships attempting to break Israel’s illegal, US-backed military blockade of Gaza that has denied two million people, including children, access to food, clean water, fuel, medicine, and other necessities for the past thirteen years. This week, the Gaza Freedom Flotilla’s North American Boat is in Madison […]
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.