Monday, August 27, 2007

Feminist Poetry from Vietnam

On our 27 August 2007 show, we aired an interview, taped in Hanoi, Vietnam, with long-time progressive author Lady Borton about her work on the first bilingual collection of feminist poems from Vietnam, The Defiant Muse: Vietnamese Feminist Poems, just out from Feminist Press
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Sunday, August 12, 2007

Sex Offender Law Reform

On our 13 August show, we chatted with Paul Shannon, whose website is advocating a reform of sex offender laws. We ask him why.

The web site is at: . His Counterpunch article is here:

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Monday, August 6, 2007

Censorship at the Los Angeles Times

On our 6 August show, we aired an interview with long-time LA Times reporter Mark Arax, whose article on the Armenian Genocide was spiked by an editor. Arax has now settled out of court with the paper and has left the paper. We discuss why the censorship occurred and what happened. See coverage in the Armenian Weekly:

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