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KPFA News: California Green Party Leader Laura Wells on OCCUPY

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KPFA News, 11.25.2011

California Green Party leader and gubernatorial candidate Laura Wells spoke to KPFA about the Occupy Movement, the proposed OCCUPIED Constitutional Amendment to overturn Citizens United, and OCCUPY and electoral politics.  Laura joined the November 2nd General Strike and march that shut down the Port of Oakland on November 2nd.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Campaign chaos in Kinshasa

 

 

KPFA Weekend News, 11.26.2010

KPFA spoke to Yaa Lengi, author of Genocide in the Congo and leader of the New York City-based Congo Coalition about chaos in the Democratic Republic of the Congo prior to Monday's presidential election.

 

 

 

Susan Rice in Libya and Rwanda for the US R2P

KPFA News: 11.24.2011:

US Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice traveled this week to Libya and Rwanda, where she claimed the "Responsibility to Protect" (R2P) said that the U.S. and the UN Security Council had not failed Libya as they had in Rwanda in 1994. International criminal lawyer and ICTR defense counsel Christopher Black disagreed.

Marching for Madame Victoire Ingabire

KPFA Weekend News, 11.19.2011:  A demonstration in Brussels for imprisoned opposition leader Victoire Ingabire and other Rwandan political prisoners.

South Africa calling Oakland, California re Occupy U.S.A.

CII Broadcasting LTDOn Sunday morning, November 13th, I called Grahamstown, South Africa, to record a KPFA News story on Occupy South Africa, the first African Occupy on the global Occupy map. It was actually very early Sunday morning, 1:00 am in Grahamstown, but Ayanda Kota kindly woke up and let me record his answers to a few questions.

Two days later, after police had evicted both Occupy Oakland-CA and Occupy Wall Street-NYC, CII Broadcasting's Global Outlook called me from Johannesburg to ask about all that, over here. This is our conversation, after which I asked my gracious host Hassan Isilow, a Somalian working in Johannesburg, to write something for AfrobeatRadio.net or the San Francisco Bay View to help us understand the war in Somalia from his perspective.

 

 

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