A talk by UCB Graduate student Huma Dar called "Women and the ‘War on/of Terror’ or "Looking for Osama and Finding Mukhtaran," a talk about how the West’s desire to save Muslim Women is used as a pre-text for the war on terror. We will also hear, a remembrance of Queer Fat Activist Heather MacAllister, and coverage of the protest by Code Pink last week in front of Speaker Pelosi’s house. For poetry month, we will hear the poetry and spoken word of Gina Amato, who will be reading at the Galeria de La Raza this week, Palestinian poet Suheir Hammad, and music from the new CD "Ammunition" by the spoken word duo "Climbing Poe Tree."
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