Tom Becker hosts this episode, which features music by Charlie Musselwhite
and segments on global trade, psychological survival in the occupied
territories, and debates about how to teach about climate change.
Bill Resnick interviews Lori Wallach of Global Trade Watch ab...
Jan Haaken talks with Judy Roth, an activist with Psychologists for Social
Responsibility, about her work with Israeli and Palestinian trauma victims
and the Born Equal Task Force.
Photo by Hamde Abu Rahma: A schoolgirl, a ladder, a wall
Following the recent release of a report from the US International Trade
Commission Concerning the Likely Impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership
(TPP) Agreement, Bill Resnick talks with Lori Wallach of Global Trade Watch
about why US trade policy has become a central ...
Could a young man's overwhelming visions of Christ and apocalypse be
a creative response to life trauma, rather than signs of
paranoid schizophrenia? Does madness unfold differently depending on whether
it is supported - or feared? Irish activist and punk musician
On today's program, we feature a talk given on May 3rd, 2016 by Israeli
scholar Ilan Pappe, at Evergreen State University in Olympia Washington. The
topic of this talk is "Why is Palestine Still the Issue".
Joe Clement hosts this episode and we hear these segments:
• Bill Resnick talks with Tarah Demant of Amnesty International about the
surprising numbers on support for refugees in the United States.
• Frann Michel discusses the history of Vanport, the need for public
On September 29th, 1962, Mississippi Governor Ross Barnett spoke before a
halftime crowd at a University of Mississippi football game. He said he
loved Mississippi's heritage. This compelled him to personally block
African-American James Meredith from enrolling at Ole Mi...