Digital Divide interviews with Philip N. Howard and Alan AtKisson
Dave DeAngelis speaks with sustainability expert Alan AtKisson about how we can accelerate innovation to support sustainability goals. Alan will be speaking on Monday, March 14th as part of the Illahee lecture series. The title of his lecture is “Accelerating Innovation.” Go to http://kboo.fm/illahee for more information.
And we'll hear an interview with Philip N. Howard on The Digital Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy. Rabia Yeaman speaks with Philip N. Howard, an Associate Professor of Communication at the University of Washington about his new book, THE DIGITAL ORIGINS OF DICTATORSHIP AND DEMOCRACY: Information Technology and Political Islam. (This program originally aired, Wednesday, February 16th)
Theresa Mitchell with the "new you're not supposed to know." Kadafy blames protests in Libya on Al Queda, Gov. Walker in Wisconsin shows himself to be lickspittle for the bankster class. British judge rules Julian Assange to be deported to Sweden. U.S. preparing "full range of options" for oil-rich Libya, including unspecified unilateral action -- bombing? The Blue Heron paper plant closed down -- recycling won't happen there in Oregon City. Lots of people lose jobs -- Chinese are breaking the American recyling plants by setting lower prices -- this doesn't need to happen. But coupled with Big Pipe -- we may someday be swimming and fishing in the Willamette River! Billions hidden in offshore banks. A billion is a LOT of money.
Last week, 45 people were arrested in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, for watching a video on the uprising in Egypt. They were charged with treason and were tortured by government personnel. One of the detainees was pushed out of a second floor window resulting in a broken leg. Some of the detainees are HIV positive and in need of their life-saving medicine. All have been denied access to medical treatment, lawyers and proper meals.
On this show, you'll hear interviews with organizers and community members who are working to make public transit affordable and equitable. They are part of an inspiring movement for social and environmental justice.
First, we bring you an interview with Esperanza Martinez of LA's Bus Riders Union. A little later in the show, we'll take a trip on Trimet with a dozen dynamic organizers from OPAL, Organizing People Activating Leaders, OPAL, and Bus Riders Unite