Voices from Kolkota to Casablanca
Voices of Struggle, Voices for Change
THURSDAY, January 7th 2010, 2:30-3:00 PM
KPFK 90.7 FM, Los Angeles, 98.7F, Santa Barbara, and Streaming LIVE @ www.kpfk.org
Zerobridge PART 2:
Arts, Activism and the Occupied Territory of Kashmir
Guests - Mohsin "Mo" Mohi-Ud-Din and Mubashir "Din" Mohi-Ud-Din, brothers and members of the band, Zerobridge, a New York-based indie alternative/rock band formed in 2001. Mo is also a human rights activist specializing on rights issues in Kashmir. He is a represetative for the Kashmir People's Tribunal, and has a column on Huffington Post, with monthly coverage focusing largely on the issues of Kashmir. Din is the lead vocalist and songwriter of the band. Please note: this program has been edited for time. Please download the full-length 55 minute interview on the Audio Archives page at www.kpfk.org. Click on Radio Intifada.
Part 1 (aired on November 19th)
Guest - Tariq Tapa, screenplay writer and director of the feature film Zero Bridge
This is the first dramatic narrative feature film about contemporary daily life in the Indian-occupied city of Srinagar, Kashmir. It was filmed entirely on location in Srinagar, with a strictly local cast of first-time, non-professional actors performing in their native Kashmiri language and with a technical crew of one: the director.
NOTE: because Radio Intifada has been cut to ½ hour, this program has to be broadcast in two parts. The broadcast of Part 1 was aired on November 19, 2009. You can download Part 1 on the Audio Archives page at www.kpfk.org. Click on Radio Intifada.
Co-produced by Sejal Patel and Anjali Nath and hosted by Sejal Patel, for SWANA (South and West Asia and North Africa Collective)
Sun, 1/10 - 3-5pm Troubled Waters - Amnesty Intl Report on Water, War Crimes and Human Rights in Palestine
w/Joshua Rubenstein, NE Regional Diretor
Loyola Law School, 919 Albany Street, LA 90015