Drawing on personal and recent experiences of a fatal shooting and on her own background of owning and enjoying guns, Old Mole Iven Hale reflects on the ambiguities and contradictions in efforts to control guns and gun violence in a society that breeds and provokes violence in so many ways.
A panel at the evening plenary session of the "Palestine, Imperialism, and the New Middle East", a conference sponsored by Students United for Palestinian Human Rights at Portland State University on April 27, 2013. Speakers are Todd Chretien, Palestine activist and journalist with the International Socialist Review; Suzan Boulad, a Syrian-American involved in support to the revolutionary civilian councils in Aleppo and Idlib; Sarah Farahat, an interdisciplinary Egyptian-American artist whose works have been exhibited worldwide; and Kelly L, an activist with SUPER and the Portland Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement.
Todd Cretien, a long time Palestine solidarity activist from the Bay Area, writes for the International Socialist Review and SocialistWorker.org. This talk was given at the Portland State University conference "Palestine, Imperialism and the New Middle East", sponsored by Students United for Palestinian Equal Rights on April 27, 2013.
This is the bulk of the new material from March's episode... basically everything except for The Wizard of Odds (which can be heard here). Includes the intro, letters and this month's installment of Memoirs From the Psych Ward.