Is a single, democratic state in Israel-Palestine the only option left? An interview with Jeff Halper.
So far this year, Israel has demolished 140 houses in the Occupied Territories, displacing 702 Palestinians, bringing the total for displaced persons since 2009 to 3,045. The demolition of Palestinian residences and the continued building of new settlements in the Occupied Territories are just two indicators that time is running out for a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian crisis. Is it time to let go of the two-state solution and consider a single democratic state?
Veterans demand: A Right To Heal; Teachers demand: Education For All
A Right to Heal: Veterans organizing to combat the widespread trauma of our endless wars continue a campaign demanding A Right To Heal. We'll speak with former soldier Maggie Martin, an organizer with Iraq Veterans Against the War's campaign Operation Recovery. The campaign seeks to heal both soldiers and communities by ending the practice of redeploying injured troops. www.ivaw.org/operation-recovery
Joe Clement interviews John Langly of the Red and Black cafe, an all-vegan cafe that's cooperatively owned by its worker as well as collectively managed. They talk about this radical approach to managing an organization, the intersection between community and workplace organizing they cultivate, the diverse and community-oriented events they host, and their choice to serve low-income and otherwise marginalized communities. John mentions at one point the Red and Black's web-page and the form to request use of the space for an event.