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FOR THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 5th 1998
1) Richard Lawlor, National Vice Chairman of Irish Northern Aid, who looks at the peace process referendum approved by voters in Ireland, both north and south.
2) John Miller, Media Coordinator of the East Timor Action Network, who discusses the fall of the U.S. supported Suharto dictatorship in Indonesia and assesses his successor B.J. Habibie.
3) Peace activist, Sister Carol Gilbert, who explains why she and five others damaged a B-52 Bomber that was on display at Andrews Air Force Base in Washington, D.C. last week.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 12th 1998
1) Disarmament activist Daniel Ellsberg, who remembers the warning signs - ignored by the west - which lead to the present nuclear arms confrontation between India and Pakistan.
2) Sinn Fein leader, Gerry Adams, who details what he feels needs to be done to achieve a true and lasting peace in Ireland, following overwhelming voter support for the Stormont Peace Agreement on May 22nd.
3) Paul Klite, the Director of Rocky Mountain Media Watch, who talks about his group's campaign to rid television news coverage of sensationalism and violence.half of the century can never happen again.
3) A Special Report on the 100th anniversary of the Philippines' independence from Spain, and the ensuing Phillipine/American War. Listen to the RealAudio June 12, 1998 archive of Pacifica Network News.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 26th 1998
1) John Miller, Professor of Economics at Wheaton College, who discusses growing criticism of the International Monetary Fund and their policies of austerity and privation
2) Lisa Valante, President of the Pittsburgh-Matanzas Sister City Project, who talks about the Treasury Department's new "presumed guilty" clause that is being used against U.S. citizens suspected of having traveled illegally to Cuba.
3) Alicea "Little Tree," an activist with environmental group Earth First!, who reports on her group's ongoing battle to save the old growth forests of northern California now under threat from lumber company clear cutting.
In the coming weeks, we will provide links to other progressive organizations, media outlets and internet sites that we find to be of particular importance. We also welcome suggestions for links from local organizations.
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