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Jeff Blankfort interviewed me last night for his show ‘Takes on the World’ on http://kzyx.org We discussed US foreign policy and domestic policy, Democrats and Republicans, ISIS and US governmental interests, and, of course, racism. Here is the interview – http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/83903 (It can also be accessed here: http://email@example.com/1752-1-totw112515masriinterview.mp3)
I include this open letter from Rev Sekou to #TamirRice – as published in Ebony in full Nothing can be excerpted from it — it deserves to be read in full and to be read slowly. I read it and thought of Palestine. I read it and thought of the Trail of Tears and the genocide throughout […]
Interested in the course? I’ll be uploading all the readings on a page on this website. Enjoy 🙂 The course is being offered this semester at AUB.
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A new brief from the excellent “Food First” “The same market economy that compels the intensification and consolidation of agricultural land in the United States has also pushed farmers off their land, depressed local economies, and driven mass migration across Latin America. The new brief from Food First, Unbroken Connection to the Land, highlights the interlocking destinies of […]
Yesterday, an article in the Chicago Tribune revealed that the US military used Depleted Uranium in Syria. “Official: U.S. military used depleted uranium for first time since 2003 Iraq invasion … U.S. military fired thousands of rounds of the such munitions during two high-profile raids on oil trucks in Islamic State-controlled Syria in late 2015. …U.S. […]
The Guardian has published two critical articles on Sand Minings The First one: Sand mining: the global environmental crisis you’ve probably never heard of From Cambodia to California, industrial-scale sand mining is causing wildlife to die, local trade to wither and bridges to collapse. And booming urbanisation means the demand for this increasingly valuable resource […]
Beirut: “In the absence of an agreed network of streets, there are no addresses; and without addresses, says Ghubril, “the Lebanese GPS relies on the collective memory of the residents.” One long road in the cosmopolitan Hamra district is formally designated Baalbek Street, but colloquially known as Commodore Street after a cinema that was demolished […]