On Wednesday August 28th, host Karma Chavez spoke with author and activist Sarah Schulman about her new book “Israel/Palestine and the Queer International” as well as queer politics and how they are connected through art and culture.
Protesters Around the World and Close to Home
On Thursday August 15th, host Allen Ruff discussed protests and controversy in Wisconsin and across the the world. For the first half of the hour, Ruff was joined by Gareth Porter, a historian with a PhD in Southeast Asian studies from Cornell University and an investigative journalist for the Inter Press Service, about the turmoil in Egypt and the possible “peace process” in the Israel-Palestine conflict. For the second half of the show, Ruff spoke live with Greg Gordon, who was at the Capitol in Madison, to give us the latest update on the Solidarity Sing-a-long and arrests.
Child Arrests in Hebron
Hebron, Palestine: Israeli soldiers are making arrests. But there is something wrong with this picture – the people arrested children.
Updates from the West Bank and US Foreign Aid to Israel
On Tuesday March 19th, Anjuli Brekke hosted a show discussing the situation in the West Bank as well as how the sequestration will impact foreign aid to Israel.
On Thursday November 29th, host Allen Ruff talked with Tsela Barr and Veena Brekke, two individuals who just came back from a peace delegation to Israel and Palestine with the […]
On Thursday August 16th, Allen Ruff talked with Ali Hasan Abunimah about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Ali Hasan Abunimah is a Palestinian American journalist and co-founder of Electronic Intifada, a non-profit independent […]