RADIO INTIFADA SPECIAL
Voices from Kolkota to Casablanca
Voices of Struggle, Voice for Change
on KPFK 90.7 fm Los Angeles, 98.7 Santa Barbara
streaming live or on audio archive @ kpfk.org
THURSDAY 12/10/09, 2:30-3pm
HONORING INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DAY
and in recognition of the 21st anniversary of the intifada
Gaza, Human Rights and the GAZA FREEDOM MARCH
International Human Rights Day, December 10, 2009 marks the 61st anniversary of the UN Declaration of Human Rights. The conditions in Gaza today are a mockery of that noble, historic document that strived to assure respect for human rights and human dignity.
This week Radio Intifada will discuss the current situation in Gaza, review what happened to the Goldstone report and how Gazans and international activists are taking up the same kind of non-violent popular action that characterized the first Intifada that erupted 21 years ago on December 8th.
We will be joined by Haidar Eid, activist, political commentator and Associate Professor in the Department of English Literature, Al-Aqsa University, Gaza Strip, Palestine is playing a key role in organizing for the Gaza Freedom March.
Produced and hosted by Sherna Berger Gluck, SWANA (South and West Asia & Northern Africa) Collective
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Next week on Radio Intifada – Update on Iran
TH 12/10 5-7pm - International Human Rights Day March and Rally
Stop the War on Raza, Stop the Wars in the Middle East
Assemble @ Olivera Street Kiosk; March to/Rally at US Federal Building, 300 No. Los Angeles
Rally will include a speaker on Palestine from BDS-LA Coalition
Mon 12/28 5-6:30pm - SAVE THE DATE - Vigil in front of Israeli Consulate on anniversary of assault on Gaza
To commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Gaza massacre, there will be a silent candlelight vigil in front of the Israeli consulate to honor the killed and injured.