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Rockin' the Boat: US Roots of the Haitian Coup

Laura Flynn was a personal assistant to Haitian President Aristide from '96-2000. Flynn is now with the Haiti Action Committee, a network of activists who have supported the Haitian struggle for democracy since 1991. She's editor of Eyes of the Heart: Seeking a Path for the Poor in the Age of Globalization, by Aristide..... We spoke 3/3/04 afew days after the coup. While much has happened since then, this interview discusses much of the history up to the present moment....

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Interview :: Alternative Media : Alternative Media : Civil & Human Rights : Globalization & Capitalism : Peace & War

Rockin' the Boat: Iraq on Fire

This week, US forces used Apache gunships to attack targets in Baghdad for the first time since the fall of Saddam Hussein a year ago. On Wed., Marines shot a hellfire rocket and dropped a 500-pound, laser-guided bomb on a mosque in Fallujah were more than 40 are believed killed. We analyze the situation with David Enders, a freelance reporter who launched the Baghdad Bulletin after the fall of Saddam. He spent much of the last year in Iraq, & will be returning there in May.

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Sahar Saba of RAWA in Santa Cruz

Sahar Saba, a soft spoken young woman, stood firmly as darkness fell. She spoke of the hell that is her home; where 'everyone has a story to tell’ about a sister, a brother, a parent, or a child who was tortured, raped, killed; sometimes before their eyes.

She repeated several times that the problem of fundamentalism persists in Afghanistan. That RAWA, the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan, sees the persistence of fundamentalism as the major problem for women, children, and the Afghani culture in general. That the US attack and presence has done little to improve the situation, that indeed the situation has gotten worse under the US supported warlords.

Audio: Rockin' the Boat: Interview with Sahar Saba

[ Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan I Afghan Women's Mission ]

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Interview :: Alternative Media : Peace & War

Rockin' the Boat: Condi Rice Testifies to 9-11 Commission

The 9-11 Commission took testimony Thursday from National Security adviser Condoleeza Rice, who earlier had refused to testify. We speak with Dr. Clarence Lusane, a Professor of Political Science at American University, & Wright Salisbury whose son-in-law, Ted Hennessy Jr. was on American Airlines Flight 11, which crashed into the WTC on 9-11.

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Commentary :: Peace & War

BTL:Congresswoman Maxine Waters Decries U.S.-Installed...

...Haitian Government's Embrace of Death Squad Leaders Who Overthrew President Aristide* Interview with Congresswoman Maxine Waters, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris

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Commentary :: Civil & Human Rights

BTL:Iraq Explodes in Violence as Sunnis and Shiites Rise up to...

...Oppose U.S. Occupation* Interview with Mel Goodman, former CIA analyst conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris

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LOCAL Announcement :: Arts & Culture

Homeless Musicians Jam at Harvey West at High Noon Saturday

Noon Saturday April 10th, street musicians--many of them homeless--will be playing at Harvey West Park starting at noon.

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News :: Arts & Culture

Cannibal: Song of American Cannibalism


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News :: Civil & Human Rights

Today in MidEast april 8th


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The Honduran Struggle Against Privatization, Environmental Destruction, and Human Rights Abuses

Honduran community activist Gilberto Flores and Jenni Petullo of Rights Action spoke about the history and current political situation in Honduras on April 13 at the Resource Center for Nonviolence in Santa Cruz.

Privatization of public services, the building of mega-dams, deforestation, and harmful mining practices, as well as human rights abuses are among the challenges facing Honduran communities. Flores and Petullo discussed how these problems fit within the context of corporate globalization, international financial institutions, and multilateral trade agreements.

This event provided an in-depth perspective on Honduras, presented ways North Americans can support struggles for global justice.

Audio: Transnational Corporations Cut, Kill, and Export in Olancho, Honduras

[ Olancho Situation I Declaration by Popular Resistence Organization I Project Censored 2004: PPP and the FTAA I Understanding the FTAA I Forcing “Free Trade? on the Americas ]

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