Host: Stephen Lendman
Monday, May 18th
Frank Barat is a member of the UK-based Palestine Solidarity Campaign, formed to work for peace and justice for Palestinians. He's also a member of the Organizing Committee Russell Tribunal on Palestine that "seeks to reaffirm the primacy of international law as the (way to settle) the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."
It's part of BRussels Tribunal's mission to "globalize resistance against (the) US war OF terror" to awaken people to the urgency to stop it.
Discussion will focus on the Tribunal's work.
Tuesday, May 19th
Jason Miller is a committed activist and editor of Thomas Paine's Corner, "dedicated to ending the unnecessary suffering of oppressed and exploited sentient beings and to the total liberation of human animals, nonhuman animals, and the Earth."
Discussion will focus on Miller's activism and mission.
Wednesday, May 20th
Since 1958, John Pilger has been an award-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker. His achievements are numerous as a foreign and war correspondent, author of 10 books, and other frequent writings. He's also a longtime critic of Western imperialism and believes a "journalist's job, first of all, (is) to look in the mirror of his own society" and report on it accurately.
Major world issues will be discussed.
Thursday, May 21st
Stephen Fantl is the Designer of the Free Digital Universe information age economic model, the Peace Portal Project for a sustainable future, and the Founder of the Association of Unincorporated Ministries (AUM).
He also hosts the Peace Portal radio show and has his own web site called peaceportal.mobi.
Discussion will focus on major world issues.
Friday, May 22nd
Mike Farrell is a noted activist, author, and actor, best known for his role in the TV series M*A*S*H. Today he's a regular lecturer on progressive issues, including human rights and his opposition to imperial wars, torture, poverty, and the death penalty.
In addition to his biography, Just Call Me Mike: A Journey to Actor and Activist, Farrell's new book is titled Of Mule and Man. It's an account of his cross-country book tour and his observations, encounters, presentations, and conversations along the way.
This is a rescheduled broadcast.
Discussion will focus on his book and progressive activism.
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Talks, Debates, Interviews
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