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The latest episode o f a podcast created by Sonali Kolhatkar. Recorded February 18, 2016. Tune in for half an hour of off-the-cuff political analysis, unvarnished truth, honest rumination, and even a teeny bit of fun. Warning: Profanity. Not for radio broadcast.
Topics: Superbowl, patriotism, Beyonce, Bruno Mars, Steve Phillips, Brown is the New White, New American...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Chenjerai Kumanyika analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, former U.S. Marine and State Department official Matthew Hoh looks into Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl charges of desertion, and the U.S. extention of its occupation of Afghanistan. Then, Todd Darling, director and producer of the new documentary 'Occupy the Farm', discusses the story of urban farmers in Berkeley, California living their dream of sustainability. And, acclaimed constitutional lawyer and...
Topics: U.S., air strikes, Iraqui, Tikrit, Shia, militias, Sunni, tribal, fighters, ISIS, assembling,...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Chenjerai Kumanyika analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, American University history professor, and co-author of the Untold History of the United States, Peter Kuznick, discusses a survey of current events in their historical context. Then, with students going on strike over college debt – Sonali speaks with Nathan Hornes who's refusing to pay his loans in protest and Hannah Chadeayne Appel, an organizer with Debt Collective. And, so-called...
Topics: airstrikes, Syria, US, allies, Christians, Jihadi John, Kurdish Peshmerga fighters, police,...
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Military whistleblower Chelsea Manning faces indefinite solitary confinement for absurd-sounding charges - Evan Greer with Fight for the Future will explain what's happening. And, as California's drought continues, Conner Everts, co-chair of Southern California Watershed Alliance joins us in studio to discuss shade balls, forest fires, the water bond, and desalination. Plus, Jon C. Mutter will discuss his new book 'The Disaster Profiteers: How Natural Disasters Make the Rich Richer and the Poor...
Topics: Chelsea Manning, solitary, confinement, California, drought, Southern California, watershed, shade...
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by Sonali Kolhatakar and Bipasha Shom
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Robert Jensen analyses breaking news of the day. Then, acclaimed international journalist Charles Glass discusses the latest on Syria's devastating civil war. Glass's new book is entitled 'Syria Burning: ISIS and the Death of the Arab Spring'. And, Anna Bernasek and D.T. Morgan, talk about the book they co-authored of 'All You Can Pay: How companies use our data to empty our wallets.'
Topics: Israeli, Air Force, Gaza Strip, airstrikes, Islamic Jihad, Hamas, rockets, Amenesty International,...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Cristina Mislan analyses breaking news of the day. Then, Journalist Marcy Wheeler reports on the latest of Section 215 of the USA Patriot Act expiring, which is sending lawmakers and the Obama Administration scrambling to preserve the government's desire to spy on us. And, Rebecca Claassen of Food and Water Watch discusses the massive oil pipeline spill in Santa Barbara, California, where residents are reeling and activists, up in arms.
Topics: Ronhingya, refugees, ISIS, Saudi Arabia, ACLU, report, Patriot Act, Santa Barbara, oil spill
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Rahul Mahajan analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, ISIS marks its one year anniversary with death and destruction in Kobani, Syria, Tunisia, Kuwait, and France. We'll turn to veteran foreign correspondent Reese Erlich for more. And, is the fight to stop the TransPacific Partnership over? Ilana Solomon of the Sierra Club will tally the victories and defeats, and what lies ahead for the movement for fair trade. Plus, a handful of the most obscenely...
Topics: Greek, withdrawals, Alexis Tspiras, anti-austerity, Syriza Party, confederate, flag, African...
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Uprising is a daily program produced at KPFK Pacifica Radio Los Angeles.
Topics: Mattea Kramer, Michael Dorsey, Thomas Gokey
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Daily Digest 20150223
Topics: Rahul Mahajan, Walmart Wage Increase, Josh Eidelson, Countering Violent Extremism, Hussam Ayloush,...
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Secretary of State John Kerry uses the word "genocide" for the first time in relation to the Islamic State - just days after Russia announced a withdrawal from Syria. We'll turn to author and academic Professor Vijay Prashad to understand what this means for the Syrian war. And, Professor Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor of Princeton University joins us to discuss her new book, From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation.
Topics: John Kerry, Secretary of State, genocide, Islamic State, Russia, withdraw, Syria, Vijay Prashad,...
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On today's Uprising with Sonali: Robert Jensen analyses breaking news of the day!
Topics: Israeli, forces, killing, Palestinians, violence, Guardian, newspaper, migrants, commemorated,...
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In the aftermath of this Tuesday's primary wins for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, we'll turn to analyst Joshua Holland to understand where the election campaign is. And, Chicagoans say #ByeAnita to the Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez. We'll speak with journalist Sarah Macaraeg to get some context on how young activists of color made it happen. Plus, author Jay Wexler joins us to discuss his new book, When God isn't Green: A World-Wide Journey to Places Where Religious Practice...
Topics: aftermath, Tuesday, primary, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Joshua Holland, election, campaign,...
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Uprising is a daily program on Pacifica Radio Los Angeles.
Topics: Jonathan Kim, Erin Aubry Kaplan, Miguel Tinker Salas, David Spaner
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Daily Digest 04292014
Topics: Liza Mundy, Robert Jensen, Women in Media, Representative Raul Grijalva
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Daily Digest 07182014
Topics: Drought, Water, California, Gil Garcetti, Elisabeth A. Semel, Brian Richter, Adam Scow, Maya...
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On today's show Uprising with Sonali: Cristina Mislan analyses news of the day. Then, Harry Konstantinidis looks into Alexis Tsipras being reelected and his 4-year mandate. Then, Deepa Iyer discusses her new book 'We Too Sing America: South Asian, Arab, Muslim, and Sikh Immigrants Shape Our Multicultural Future. And, Michele Goodwin analyses our system of mass incarceraton in the US particularly as it affects women and girls.
Topics: Pope Francis, United States, CNN, visit, Martin Shkreli, CEO, pharmaceutical, Turing, Daraprim,...
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On today's show we'll feature a one-hour special on women and mass incarceration. We'll hear from an academic, a judge, and a former cop. Dr. Carl Hart will explain how the war on drugs aimed at women and mothers is based on bad science. Judge Pamela Alexander will shed light on racist drug sentencing disparities. And Jack Cole, founding member of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition will explain the role of police in the war on drugs.
Topics: drugs, mass, incarceration, women, mothers, judge, police, war
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Cristina Mislan analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) endorses Hillary Clinton for President in a decision that has angered many rank and file members. We'll speak with Dr. Lois Weiner who says the decision should be reversed. And we'll hear the words of Sandra Bland, a young African American woman who died in police custody in Texas. Plus an intimate profile of a young Black Lives Matter activist, who has...
Topics: American, Federation, Teachers, AFT, Sandra Bland, Texas, custody, died, profile, young, Black...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Chenjerai Kumanyika analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, fifty years after the Voting Rights Act was signed into law, we'll speak with Nation writer Ari Berman about his new book, Give us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America. And, Ramona Africa joins us in studio – she's the sole survivor of the Philadelphia bombing of the MOVE house 30 years ago. 
Topics: kidnapped, Islamic State, Syria, Presidential, Debate, Fox News, Donald Trump, 50h Anniversary,...
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On this edition of Uprising with Sonali, Chenjerai Kumanyika analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, New York police have been surveilling activists with Black Lives Matter. We'll speak with George Joseph, reporter for The Intercept who obtained internal documents on the story. And, Chaédria LaBouvier, a reporter with Elle Magazine, recently witnessed a large number of police officers abusing a homeless disabled man in San Francisco. She captured the incident on video and will join us in...
Topics: protests, St. Louis, Missouri, African American, killing, Mansur Ball-Bey, firefighters, wildfires,...
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President Obama's plan to shut down Guantanamo is so riddled with flaws, it may never happen - we'll speak with Josie Setzler of Witness Against Torture. And, Fast food workers in Florida walk off their jobs ahead of Tuesday's primary, we'll speak with two McDonald's workers. Plus, part 2 of a two-part conversation with author Erin Aubrey Kaplan on her new book I Heart Obama, which is a complex look at the black community's relationship with the President.
Topics: Obama, president, Guantanamo, flaws, torture, workers, Florida, primary, McDonalds, black,...
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by Sonali Kolhatkar and Gabriel San Roman
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uprising is a daily digest recorded at kpfk pacifica in los angeles, ca
Topics: Richard Kim, Ramzy Kilic, Kieran Suckling
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Uprising is a daily program on Pacifica Radio Los Angeles
Topics: Ariel Bustamante, Heather Miller, John Entelis, Tom De Wolf, Sharon Leslie Morgan
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Daily Digest 11122013
Topics: AT&T, CIA, Spying, Mark Klein, Phillipines, Typhoon Haiyan, Yolanda, Alex Montances, Robert...
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Daily Digest 02152015
Topics: Stephen Zunes, Kayla Mueller, Jordan, ISIS, Richard Wolff, Capitalism, Labor Rights, Minimum Wage
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Best of Uprising's national and international coverage during the week of 08/24/09 - 08/24/09
Topics: Tony Cross, Ray McGovern, Glen Ford, Juan Almandares, Gerardo Torres
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Iraq plunges into violence as a new UN report reveals a staggering scale of carnage. My guest Rahul Mahajan will dissect the US's problematic plans to take on ISIS. And, public school teachers in Detroit are confronting President Obama over the devastated school system. Kevin Kumashiro, dean of education at the University of San Francisco will explain how things have gotten this bad and why the teachers' insurrection is inspiring. Finally, as the Supreme Court hears arguments against Obama's...
Topics: Iraq, violence, UN, report, carnage, ISIS, school, teachers, Detroit, President Obama, system,...
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Daily Digest 06062014
Topics: Stephen Zunes, Arab World, Expose Facts, William Binney, Maya Rockeymoore, Reset the Net, Katitza...
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How Muslims are being scapegoated in the US and Europe in the wake of the Paris attacks - we'll turn to Hussam Ayloush of the Council on American Islamic Relations. And, as the COP21 conference in Paris begins, we'll turn to Daphne Wysham for a look at how US states are curbing greenhouse gas emissions in spite of a lack of international consensus. Plus, Samantha Cook, an acclaimed indigenous Australian activist, joins us live in studio.
Topics: Muslims, US, Europe, Paris, attacks, council, American, Islamic, relations, COP21, conference,...
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Uprising is a daily program produced at KPFK Pacifica Radio Los Angeles.
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Daily Digest 04072014
Topics: Fusion Centers, Stop LAPD Spying Coalition, Hamid Khan, Courtney Morris, Rwanda genocide, Paul...
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A new report by the National Registry of Exonerations found a record number of people being wrongly convicted in the US justice system in 2015. We'll speak with Professor Sam Gross who edits the registry. And, as India's oppressed castes continue to face backlash under the rule of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, we'll speak with Dalit American activist and filmmaker Thenmozhi Soundararjan about just how new intolerance is in the world's largest democracy. Plus, is the US ready for public banking?...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Rahul Mahajan analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, award winning journalist Tom Burgis takes a look at Nigeria's election results, the closest in 16 years, that has taken place amidst growing violence from the Boko Haram group. Then, Dean Obeidallah analyzes the Western hypocrisy over the framing of terrorism – why non-Muslin men hijack planes or attack airports it's not seen as terrorism. And, Pakistani columnist and author Fatima Bhutto speaks...
Topics: Nigeria, general, elections, postponed, violence, chaotic, voting, fraud, Presidential, democratic,...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Cristina Mislan analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, Professor Michael Goran, a diabetes and obesity researcher explains why the Sugar industry is up in arms over a proposed FDA plan to label added sugars on processed foods. Then, Brennan Center's Jonathan Braten discusses President Obama’s idea of mandatory voting as Oregon adopting a sweeping motor voter law and how more voters can participate. And, this week is Sunshine Week - Trevor Timm, of...
Topics: scientists, University of Colorado, sea ice, levels, Arctic, climante change, NOAA, warmest,...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Robert Jensen analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, labor journalist David Bacon talks about Mexico's farm workers strike in protest of poor working conditions while harvesting produce for the US. Then, why was a hearing impaired homeless man was imprisoned by a Virginia sheriff for 6 weeks and denied access to an interpreter? His attorney Caroline Jackson explains. And, poet Amy Uyematsu discusses her new book of poetry, ‘The Yellow Door’.
Topics: Israeli, spied, U.S., nuclear, deal, Iran, Yuval Steinitz, false, allegations, intelligence, Wall...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Chenjerai Kumanyika analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, Bechir Blagui, founder of FreeTunisia.org, looks into what's behind the armed shootings, hostage taking, and killings in Tunisia. Then, a major battery recycling plant in Southern California closed down after spewing toxic pollutants for 2 decades. Attorney Gladys Limon explains why it took so long and whether justice has been done. And, author and thinker Charles Eisenstein discusses his book,...
Topics: NOAA, temperatures, Jim Inhofe, climate change, global warming, Sally Jewell, University of...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Rahul Mahajan analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, Uprising Host Sonali Kolhatkar and Senior Producer Bipasha Shom report back from the largest commemoration of the Armenian Genocide's 100th anniversary, held outside Armenia, through the voices of a community searching for recognition of its history. Then, film maker Nick Broomfield and activist Margaret Prescod discuss 'Tales of a Grim Sleeper' – a documentary about an epidemic of murders of Black...
Topics: deaths, earthquake, Nepal, estimate, homeless, wreckage, avalanche, Mount Everest, Wall Street...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali, James Paul, author of Syria Unmasked sifts through the chaos, complexity, and violence of the Syria war and why there are so many refugees and why they are not all Syrian. And, a new commentary by Mumia Abu Jamal, critiques politicians as servants of the rich. Plus, journalist Victoria Law shares the heartbreaking stories of women who are serving time in federal prison for drug-related offences and are not eligible for Obama's clemency 2014 project.
Topics: refugee, crisis, Europe, actions, Hungarian, Serbia, ministers, Brussels, clemency, President...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Chenjerai Kumanyika analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, hundreds of thousands of people are left homeless and an estimated 10,000 are dead from Nepal's devastating earthquake. Vice President of Programs at Oxfam Darius Teter talks about the latest situation. Then, former Black Panther leader turned reporter, Marshall Eddie Conway reports from Baltimore, which is wracked by protests and police, as the National Guard is called in. And, teacher,...
Topics: The Red Cross, humanitarian, catastrophic, Gulf Arab, Indonesia, trafficking, firing squad,...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Rahul Mahajan analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, Pulitzer prize winning author Chris Hedges gives a major address about his new book 'Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt.' And, Palestinian-American graphic novelist Leila Abdelrazaq discusses her new work, 'Baddawi', the story of a Palestinian refugee boy, told through arrest visual art.
Topics: Obama, police, military, equipment, restrict, weapons, Ferguson, shootout, Wako, Texas, biker,...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Chenjerai Kumanyika analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, Award winning political cartoonist and writer Ted Rall joins us to discuss his recent clash with the LA Times, and his new book on Edward Snowden. And, in the wake of the Virginia TV shootings, researcher Adam Lankford will discuss his conclusions about mass shootings in the US. Plus, upper caste Indians fight – for greater privileges. Dalit American activist and film maker Thenmozhi...
Topics: cartoonist, Katrina, Obama, New Orleans, migrants, ship, ISIS, writer, Ted Rall, LA Times, Snowden,...
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Did Bernie Sanders win the Democratic Presidential debate? Gunar Olsen of Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting will help answer that question. And, California passes a slew of progressive new laws addressing a variety of issues from voter registration, wage equality, and abortion, to gun control, food safety, and medical marijuana. We'll speak with Brian Leubitz of Calitics.com. Plus, activist Kristian Davis-Bailey joins me to discuss a new campaign of Black-Palestinian solidarity and how a...
Topics: democratic, reporting, California, progressive, laws, voter, registration, abortion, gun control,...
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Daily Digest 01162014
Topics: Net Neutrality, Todd O'Boyle, NSA, Kevin Bankston, The Square, Jehane Noujaim, Karim Amer, Egypt,...
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An in-depth look at the latest Democratic debate with my guest David Dayen. Plus, Porter Ranch resident Matthew Pakucko will join us live in studio to explain the extent of the Aliso Canyon methane and the dangers it presents to Californians. And, filmmaker Renee Tajima-Pena will discuss her new and powerful documentary, No Mas Bebes.
Topics: Democratic, debate, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, David Dayen, Porter Ranch, extent, Aliso...
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Decolonize Your Diet: Plant-Based Mexican-American Recipes for Health and Healing is the title of a book by Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel. I'll speak with Esquibel on today's show to discuss why it's so important to revive traditional foods and methods of preparation. 
Topics: diet, Mexican-American, recipes, health, book, Catriona Rueda Esquivel, revive, traditional, foods,...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Robert Jensen analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, the American Legislative Exchange Council is hosting its annual conference in San Diego this week – we'll turn to Brendan Fischer of the Center for Media and Democracy about why ALEC is still relevant and what it's new local-level offshoot ACCE, is up to. And, violence ramps up in Afghanistan. Kathy Kelly, who recently returned from a trip to the war-torn nation, will attempt to explain. 
Topics: U.S., Defense Secretary, Baghdad, visit, Iraqui, forces, Ramadi, Greek, parliament, bailout,...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Robert Jensen analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, six months after the Senate Intelligence Committee released the summary of a report on CIA torture, there has been no accountability. We'll turn to former CIA analyst Ray McGovern. And part 2 of a multipart series from Brave New Films. As part of the Henry A. Wallace National Security Forum, I'll be interviewing Linda Bilmes on the costs of war. Plus, right wing protests have broken out in Ecuador...
Topics: citizen, terrorist, families, Islamic State, detrimental, hostage, massacre, Emanuel AME Church,...
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Incarceration Nations: A Journey to Justice in Prisons Around the World. That's the title of a new book by Baz Driesinger. We'll hear how her experiences in US prisons and prisons around the world shaped her approach to incarceration. Plus, a new commentary by Mumia Abu Jamal entitled, The Children of Perdition. 
Topics: Incarceration, nations, justice, prisons, world, Baz Driesinger, US, commentary, Mumia Abu Jamal,...
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Daily Digest 06102014
Topics: World Cup Soccer, Brazil, Dave Zirin, Las Vegas Shooting, Michael Waldman, Mumia Abu Jamal, Robert...
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Uprising is a daily program produced at KPFK Pacifica Radio Los Angeles.
Topics: James Gustave Speth, Jonathan Kim, Selma James, Cathy Deppe, Laura Palomares
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Uprising is a daily program produced at KPFK Pacifica Radio Los Angeles.
Topics: Petee Talley, Stacy Harbaugh, Yvette Nunez, Yulissa Arce, Catherine Gonzalez
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 Sounds from the mass climate justice demonstrations on the streets of Paris. 
Topics: sounds, justice, demonstrations, Paris
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Uprising Daily Program recorded at KPFK, Pacifica Radio, LA
Topics: Richard Falk, Robert Scheer, Glen Ford, Donna Smith, Subversive Historian, Karen Salazar, Mark...
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Daily Digest 06052014
Topics: Caste System, Thenmozhi Soundararajan, Rape, India, Betsy Leondar-Wright, Class, Gore Vidal,...
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On Uprising with Sonali, Rahul Mahajan analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, 'Killing the Host: How Financial Parasites and Debt Bondage Destroy the Global Economy' – we'll speak with author Michael Hudson about his new book. Then, the Department of Justice announces, half a decade late, that it has decided to pursue corporate crime. My guest will be Public Citizen's Robert Weissman. And, Seattle teachers continue their strike today, nearing a week off of school. We'll hear from Jonathan...
Topics: DOJ, financial, debt, Seattle, teachers, strike, President, parasites, economy, Australian,...
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Turkey was hit with the worst violent attack in modern history when suicide bombers targeted a peace rally. We'll turn to Rahul Mahajan for more. And, Gov. Jerry Brown signs SB 219 which closes major loopholes in the Alternative Custody Act. We'll find out how keeping families together instead of apart through mass incarceration is not just better for society but also the state's wallet. My guest will be Diana Zuniga of Californian's United for a Responsible Budget. And, we'll hear the music of...
Topics: Turkey, attacks, suicide, Jerry Brown, Alternative Custody Act, families, incarceration, budget,...
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It's no secret that low income communities of color pay the highest price for our fossil fuel energy consumption - we'll hear today from Esther Calhoun, a resident of Uniontown Alabama, who testified at the US Civil Rights Commission about the impacts of coal ash on her community. And, Jeff Cohen joins us to discuss how Hillary Clinton's claims of being progressive are laughable. Plus, we'll hear an excerpt of whistleblower Chelsea Manning's first podcast.
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Cristina Mislan analyses breaking news of the day. Plus,Jonathan Ryan and Sameera Hafiz speak about migrant mothers and their hunger strike in a detention center in Texas. And, acclaimed author and activist Selma James discusses socialist cooperatives in Tanzania and the model that they represent for positive change all over the world.
Topics: report, ICIJ, Huffington Post, projects, World Bank, displaced, worldwide, Western, Kenya, mine,...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Rahul Mahajan analyses breaking news of the day. Then, Hussam Ayloush of the Council on American Islamic Relations, discusses the weekend's so-called 'Muhammad drawing contest' in Phoenix. And, Medea Benjamin and Doug Henwood look into electoral politics and activism -- what the candidacies of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders mean, and how the left can combat election-related mania.
Topics: privacy, advocates, USA Patriot Act, expired, Republican, Rand Paul, Section 215, legal,...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Cristina Mislan analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, former Symbionese Liberation Army member James Kilgore joins us. He's now a professor and has written a new book called Understanding Mass Incarceration: A People's Guide to the Key Civil Rights Struggle of our Time. And we'll explore the sordid history of US National Parks involving the displacement of Native American tribes. Plus, Ugandan activist Bukenya Muusa joins us in studio to share his...
Topics: Uganda, grassroots, human rights, women, US National Parks, indigenous, history, displacement,...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Rahul Mahajan analyses news of the day. Plus, one year after 43 students disappeared in Mexico, setting off a movement demanding change, we'll turn to journalist Laura Carlsen. Then, Volkswagen's diesel deception runs deep -- we'll speak with a lawyer about the automaker's actions. And, author Elmer Lightman talks about his book "Everything You Need to Know about Rush Limbaugh 'Conservationism': A Handbook for All Americans from Left to...
Topics: UN, General Assembly, NY, Ban Ki Moon, act visits, Shell, abandon, drilling, Arctic, wheelchair,...
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Daily Digest 07082014
Topics: Eric Avila, Folklore of the Freeway, Gay Marriage, Stuart Gaffney, Immigration, Child Migrants,...
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Hour One of a two hour exploration of hip hop music on the island nation of Cuba
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Hour Two of a two hour exploration of the hip hop music of the island nation of Cuba
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Uprising is a daily program produced at KPFK Pacifica radio in los angeles.
Topics: Eric Massa, Rethink Afghanistan, Leonard Isenberg, Anthony Holland
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Daily Digest 11142013
Topics: Afghanistan, Poppies, Cruel Harvest, Julien Mercille, Hijab, Mona Ebrahim, Burqa, Arun Gupta, TPP,...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Cristina Mislan analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, Professor Stephen Zunes explains how the Saudi Arabia launching airstrikes against Yemen with US backing, threatens to touch off a wider regional war. Then, another draft chapter of the Trans Pacific Partnership is leaked to the public; Patrick Woodall examines the latest efforts to put corporate power ahead of people and the planet. And, Professor Binoy Kampmark looks at Australia's problematic...
Topics: Germanwings, crash, Andreas Lubitz, doctor, employer, co-pilot, plane, French Alps, authorities,...
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The second week of the UN climate conference in Paris has begun - we'll bring you a report of how things are going inside and outside COP21.
Topics: report, UN, climate, conference, Paris, inside, outside, COP21
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Daily Digest 20150211
Topics: Courtney Morris, New Report on Lynchings, Bryan Stevenso, Equal Justice Initiative, Newly...
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On this episode of Uprising with Sonali: Robert Jensen analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, a new study has found that right wing ideology is driving terrorist activity even more than radical Islam. David Sterman of New America Foundation will delve into the numbers and what they mean. And, as part of the Henry A. Wallace National Security Forum, Uprising host Sonali Kolhatkar interviews acclaimed professor Noam Chomsky on American imperialism. Plus, taking a look at Monday's Supreme Court...
Topics: President Obama, threshold, wage, workers, overtime, protections, Supreme Court, rulings,...
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On this edition of Uprising with Sonali, Courtney Morris analyses breaking news of the day. Plus, Ramona Africa joins us in studio – she's the sole survivor of the Philadelphia bombing of the MOVE house 30 years ago. And, an LGBT undocumented activist from Guatemala has been fighting deportation while taking sanctuary in a church in Austin – we'll speak with Sulma Franco and organizer Alejandro Caceres.
Topics: Amnesty, human rights, Saudi, war, Yemen, civilians, bombings, ISIS, Syria, beheaded, antiquities,...
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President Obama rejects the Keystone XL pipeline in a massive victory for climate justice activists. We'll speak with Daphne Wysham. And, a Chicago-area cop's killing has been ruled a suicide - journalist Shaun King will explain why people are outraged. And, author and academic Sarah Deer will discuss her new book The Beginning and End of Rape: Confronting Sexual Violence in Native America.
Topics: Keystone XL, pipeline, massive, climate, justice, activists, Chicago, cop, killing, ruled, suicide,...
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Daily Digest 03142014
Topics: Kelly Mitchell, Killing The Messenger, Robert Jensen, Ukraine, Robert Freeman
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Daily Digest 10272014
Topics: ISIS, Syria, Iraq, Stephen Zunes, Naomi Klein, This Changes Everything, Courtney Morris
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uprising is a daily digest recorded at kpfk pacifica in los angeles, ca
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