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Interview with Jihan Nasser, women's center computer technology trainer, conducted by Melinda Tuhus

Palestinian Women's Center Faces Many Obstacles to Provide Technical Training to Those in Need

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Interview with Jihan Nasser, women's center computer technology trainer, conducted by Melinda Tuhus

Campaign to Recall Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Confident of Gathering Required Signatures Before Jan. 17th Deadline

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Interview with Jihan Nasser, women's center computer technology trainer, conducted by Melinda Tuhus

Campaign to Recall Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Confident of Gathering Required Signatures Before Jan. 17th Deadline

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Interview with Gar Alperovitz, Lionel R. Bauman professor of political economy at the University of Maryland , conducted by Scott Harris

Rising Economic Inequality Provokes Search for Practical, Democratic Alternatives

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Interview with Rona Moran, researcher with WhoProfits.org, conducted by Melinda Tuhus

Website Exposes Companies that Profit from Israeli Occupation of Palestinian Land
Interview with Rona Moran, researcher with WhoProfits.org, conducted by Melinda Tuhus
 
From a small office on a busy street In Tel Aviv, Israel, a trio of women produce the influential website Who Profits? It's a project of the Women's Coalition for Peace that investigates companies that profit from the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, part of the Palestinian occupied territories. They research global companies involved in construction, communication, and in some cases, exploitation of Palestinian resources for export. 

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Interview with Rainey Reitman, steering committee member of Bradley Manning Support Network, conducted by Scott Harris

Defense Lawyers Counter Claim of Harm to U.S. in Army Whistleblower Bradley Manning's Recent Hearing

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Interview with Cindy Sheehan, peace activist and mother of slain U.S Army specialist Casey Sheehan, conducted by Scott Harris

Cindy Sheehan Reflects on the Cost and Legacy of the Iraq War

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Interview with Ian Finkenbinder, activist with the Occupy Wall Street movement in Seattle, conducted by Melinda Tuhus

West Coast Port Shutdown Tests Occupy Wall Street-Union Relations

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Interview with Joshua Landis, director of the Center for Middle East Studies at the University of Oklahoma, conducted by Scott Harris

Like many of its neighbors throughout the Middle East and North Africa, Syrians took to the streets last March, demanding political and economic reforms from the nation’s authoritarian President Bashar al-Assad. The United Nations estimates that 5,000 civilians have been killed in a brutal government crackdown that continues to escalate. In reaction to the rising violence and the very real possibility of a civil war, the Arab League attempted to intervene in early November. Although President Assad agreed in principle to the League proposal to send monitors into his country and begin negotiations with the opposition, he delayed signing the accord until December 19th. 

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Interview with April Tyler, an organizer with the Dec. 10 Mobilization for Voting Rights, conducted by Scott Harris

National Campaign Launched to Challenge GOP Efforts to Suppress Voting Rights
Interview with April Tyler, an organizer with the Dec. 10 Mobilization for Voting Rights, conducted by Scott Harris
 
Since Republican candidates scored major victories for state offices across the U.S. last November, state governments controlled by the GOP have passed numerous measures restricting the right of targeted constituencies to cast ballots. A recent report by the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund titled, “Defending Democracy: Confronting Modern Barriers to Voting Rights in America,” documents what the group asserts is a coordinated assault on minorities’ voting rights, who often heavily favor Democratic candidates. 

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