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Our most recent Zoom online community forum on the Israel-Gaza Crisis, “Stop the Slaughter!” with Anat Biletski, Quinnipiac University professor and Tel Aviv University professor emeritus and Michel Moushabeck, award-winning writer, editor and publisher of Palestinian descent and founder of Interlink Publishing can be viewed here.
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Gaza crisis

After Gaza Humanitarian Pause, Hostage/Prisoner Release, World Community Demands Permanent Ceasefire

Interview with Hassan El-Tayyab, legislative director of Middle East Policy, advocacy organizer with The Friends Committee on National Legislation, conducted by Scott Harris


Federal Appeals Court Ruling Further Erodes 1965 Voting Rights Act and US Democracy

Interview with Nicholas Stephanopoulos, Kirkland & Ellis professor of law at Harvard University, conducted by Scott Harris

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Canadian Indian School Survivor Shares Her Story at Annual ‘National Day of Mourning’

Excerpt of a speech by Harriet Prince, a survivor of the Canadian Indian residential school system, produced by Melinda Tuhus

This Week’s Under-reported News Summary – Nov. 29, 2023

Compiled by Bob Nixon

  • U.S. is expanding its military presence in Greenland
  • Millions of Americans are losing their Medicaid coverage
  • Wisconsin justices poised to eliminate gerrymandered districts

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Ralph Nader on Gaza War: ‘A Level of Savagery to Haunt the State of...

It’s been more than six weeks since the Hamas Oct. 7 terrorist attack that killed 1,200 Israeli men, women and children, and 240 civilians...
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Israel’s U.S. Spy Network Aims to ‘Crush’ Student Activists Who Support Palestinian Rights

U.S. college campuses have become ground zero for incendiary and sometimes dangerous debate over the latest bloody Middle East war. Since the Oct. 7 Hamas...
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Over the long Veterans Day weekend, hundreds of opponents of the construction of a $90 million militarized police training facility in Atlanta came to...

This Week’s Under-reported News Summary – Nov. 22, 2023

Twenty years after Arab tribal militias known as the Janjaweed ransacked Darfur in western Sudan, cities in western Darfur are once under attack.  Mass...

Special Feature

Gaza Catastrophe Intensifies — Resistance Roundtable, Nov. 11, 2023

Two special guests:
1. Nancy Mansour, executive director of Eye Witness Palestine (www.eyewitnesspalestine.org) reports on the latest developments in the ethnic cleansing occurring in Gaza at the hands of the Israeli Defense Forces;
2. John Nichols, Nation Magazine national correspondent, discusses the effect of the bombing and invasion of Gaza on Joseph Biden's re-election prospects.

Panel: Scott Harris, Ruthanne Baumgartner and Richard Hill





In Depth

Counterpoint December 4, 2023

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Blog: Leaves and Fishes

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Gaza in Flames

Shelly Altman, president of the New Haven, Connecticut chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace, addresses the dire crisis in Israel/Palestine focusing on the history...

Monthly Labor Report — Oct. 3, 2023

Michael Zweig, labor historian and economist, discusses the latest developments in the auto workers' strike against The Big Three and places this current labor...

Monthly Labor Report — Sept. 5, 2023

WPKN's Labor Report featuring economist and labor historian Michael Zweig with an update on current and pending labor actions as well as negotiations and...

Tracing the History of Republican Party’s Right-wing Extremism from the 1930s to Trump

Resistance Roundtable: September 9, 2023Guests:Jeet Heer: National affairs correspondent for The Nation magazine and host of the weekly Nation podcast, "The Time of Monsters." He...


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Harriet Prince, an 82-year-old survivor of Canada’s Indian residential schools, who told the story of her abduction at the Nov. 23 National Day of Mourning march and rally in Plymouth, Massachusetts
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Nicholas Stephanopoulos, Kirkland & Ellis professor of law at Harvard University, examines the recent 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that further weakens the 1965 Voting Rights Act.
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Tonight, Live, 8 pm EST on Counterpoint!

Counterpoints' guests will discuss the controversial career of Henry Kissinger, the late US Secretary of State and national security advisor under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford between 1969 and 1977.

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Counterpoint, hosted by Scott Harris, is heard every Monday night on WPKN 89.5 FM, Bridgeport, CT between 8:00 – 9:30 pm ET. Webstreaming and audio archive at http://wpkn.org

1) Greg Grandin, Peter V. and C. Vann Woodward Professor of History at Yale University and author of “The End of the Myth,” winner of the 2020 Pulitzer Prize, and "Kissinger's Shadow: The Long Reach of America's Most Controversial Statesman," joins Peter Kornbluh, Director of the National Security Archives' Cuba and Chile Documentation Projects, and author of many books on Latin America including, "The Pinochet File: A Declassified Dossier on Atrocity and Accountability," to discuss the controversial career of Henry Kissinger, the late US secretary of state and national security advisor under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford between 1969 and 1977.

2) Alex Lawson, Executive Director of Social Security Works, the convening member of the Strengthen Social Security Coalition, discusses the letter to Congress recently signed by more than 100 groups opposing the creation of a "fiscal commission" in the House of Representatives that many observers believe will be used by the House Republican majority to implement cuts to Social Security and Medicare benefits.

3) Trita Parsi, Executive Vice President Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft talks about his recent article, "The Ultimate Cost of Biden’s Refusal to Call for a Full Cease-fire in Gaza," and efforts now underway by the world community to push for a permanent ceasefire in Gaza and stop the slaughter of Palestinian civilians.

4) Jeff Ordower, 350.org's North America Director, discusses his group's recently published report, "Power Up for Climate Justice: Financing and Implementing a 1.5°C – Aligned Global Renewables Target," as international representatives meet at the United Nations' COP 28 UN Climate Summit meeting in Dubai.

Some segments featured on Counterpoint are edited for re-broadcast on the syndicated Between The Lines radio news magazine. Visit their web site at http://www.btlonline.org for free subscriptions to mp3 - podcast audio files, program summaries and interview transcripts. An archive of current and past Counterpoint interviews are accessible for free at our Counterpoint Radio web site: http://counterpointradio.org The full 1.5 hour unedited program can be accessed for a 2 week period after the show, at the WPKN Radio archives: http://archives.wpkn.org/bookmarks/search/counterpoint
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STOP THE SLAUGHTER! A community forum on the #IsraelGazaWar, with Anat Biletski, Albert Schweitzer professor of philosophy at @QuinnipiacU, fmr board chair of @btselem & Michel Moushabeck founder @InterlinkBooks. Watch here > https://btlonline.org/stop-the-slaughter/
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