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Democratic Movements in the Middle East

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Sun, 03/09/2008

 We read little in the mainstream press about secular movements for  democracy in places like Iraq, Pakistan, and Egypt, but they are there--led by workers, women, and others.  Bill Resnick talks with anthropologist Kamran Ali who identifies some of these democratic forces and how they have been stymied by US-supported dictators. Ali teaches at the University of Texas and is on the editorial board of Middle East Reports.

21:10 minutes (9.7 MB)

Do Muslim Women Need "Saving"?

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Sun, 03/09/2008

 Today's Well-Read Red Frann Michel reviews the idea that "the war on terrorism" is a way to "save" women of the  Middle East.  You can read this review and find links to more information here.  

7:35 minutes (3.48 MB)

Can Democracy Survive War?

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Sun, 03/09/2008

Can democracy survive an open-ended, borderless war against an abstraction ("terrorism")?

10:47 minutes (4.94 MB)

Portland Activists at Work

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Sun, 03/09/2008

 Bill Resnick talks with three members of Food Not Bombs, a world-wide organization that provides free food to the hungry and the foot-loose.  He also  talks with two people from the Iraq Body Count Project whose 125,000 flags are flying near Portland State, each flag representing 5 Iraqis who have died in the war.  

12:14 minutes (5.6 MB)

Old Mole Variety Hour for March 10, 2008

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Sun, 03/09/2008

 This program, hosted by Clayton Morgareidge is about War, Peace, and Democracy.  Hear it in its entirety by clicking on the arrow above.  Or you can hear individual pieces by clicking on them below:

1.  Bill Resnick and Kamran Ali discuss democratic movements in the middle east that go unreported in the US.

2.  The Well-read Red: Frann Michel comments on the idea that the West must "save" Muslim women.

3.  Clayton Morgareidge asks whether democracy can survive inside a nation devoted to endless, limitless war.

56:11 minutes (25.72 MB)

 

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