Flashpoints

Flashpoints – March 12, 2007

We’re back in the San Francisco Mission District at New College of California with a very special show that includes the legendary Haitian folksinger and political prisoner Annette Auguste, otherwise known as So Anne; we’ll have an in-depth follow up on the arrest of 361 mostly Guatemalan and Salvadoran women whose children were left to fend for themselves as they were swept up for deportation by ICE; we’ll also be joined by Tony Gonzales, one of the founders of the International Indian Treaty Council, who is at work on the creation of a new UN declaration for the elimination of racial discrimination.

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