This week's episode included a news segment from the Palestine News Network in the occupied West Bank city of Bethlehem. Then we talked about support for police and military violence, including former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell being the keynote speaker at a fundraiser for the Friends of the Israeli Defense Forces, and also the tear gas manufacturing plant in Jamestown, Pennsylvania which is producing the tear gas used to suppress dissent in Oakland, Egypt, and Palestine.
There is a group of people going from Pittsburgh to Jamestown to confront Combined Systems International for producing tear gas. Join up and spread the word!
The news about Ed Rendell and Barbara Streisand came from a Mondoweiss article. Much credit to their great reporting!
Finally, check out occupyphilly.org for more information on the Occupy Movement here in Philadelphia.
You can always reach us at email@example.com. On twitter as WPEB881RAA.
Have a great week!
See you all next Wednesday at 9 PM on Philadelphia's WPEB 88.1 FM.
Last night's episode of Radio Against Apartheid featured a spectacular conversation about the Great Book Robbery with Susan Abulhawa, the best-selling author of 'Mornings in Jenin' and Karina Goulordava, the Communications Manager of the Great Book Robbery project.
You can listen to the show in its entirety by following this link: http://soundcloud.com/radio-against-apartheid1/show-5-the-great-book-robbery
This episode also featured news articles from the International Middle East Media Center
Last night's episode of Radio Against Apartheid featured an exclusive interview with Joseph Dana and Jesse Rosenfeld. You can listen to the show online at http://soundcloud.com/radio-against-apartheid1/show-4-ft-joseph-dana-and.