After Hours

Flashpoints – June 10, 2004

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Playlist

We speak with Barbara Lubin, director of the Middle East Children’s Alliance
and musician-activist Michael Franti, together in the Dheisheh Refugee camp
in the occupied West Bank; a look at the way Coca Cola and other
multinational corporations benefit from child labor in El Salvador; Gil
Scott Heron and Greg Palast on the life, lies, and legacy of Ronald Reagan;
and the Knight Report.

Playlist

Artist Song Album Label
GEORGIA ANNTHE KEYOWED TO MAMA RICKIE
JAZZYFATNASTEESHOW SADTHE ONCE AND FUTURE
DJ CAVEM MOTIVATIONCOOL TO LIVE FEAT. CODY CHESTNUTSINGLE
D'ANGELO & THE VANGUARDANOTHER LIFETHE BLACK MESSIAH
JILL SCOTTYOU DON'T KNOWSINGLE
JOHN LEGENDP.D.A (WE JUST DON'T CARE)ONCE AGAIN
DESTINY WOLFNOTHING BUT THE BESTPEEK AWAY
OMAREENI MEENI MYNI MOTHE MAN
LEDISITHINKING OF YOULOST AND FOUND
ROBERT GLASPER EXPERIMENTLET IT RIDEBLACK RADIO 2
GREGORY PORTERMUSICAL GENOCIDELIQUID SPIRIT
VARIOUSGIVE IT ALL YOU GOTMUCHO MAS
PATRICE RUSHENYOU REMIND MEBEST OF COLLECTION...
STEVIE WONDERI WISH THOSE DAYSSONGS IN THE KEY OF LIFE
ZHANETHIS SONG IS FOR YOU SATURDAY NIGHT
SOS BANDTHE FINESTSINGLE
SLYAFRICASLY'S STONE FLOWER 1969-1970
GDTIMETHE MESSAGE UNIVERSA
AMEL LARRIEUXTHE WEATHERINFINITE POSSIBLITIES
GURU FEAT. BAHAMADIARESPECT THE ARCHITECHJAZZAMATAZZ
EMANON FEAT. ALOE BLACTHE WORDSTHE WAITING ROOM
VARIOUSTUDO NOSSOANTONIA SOUNDTRACK

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