Russia violates int’l law at Ukraine border; COVID science with Dr. Swartzberg; Revisiting Malcolm X’s the Ballot or the Bullet

Malcolm X was assassinated on February 21, 1965. | Image by Marion S. Trikosko.

0:08 – Russia is preparing to move troops into the two areas in Eastern Ukraine which are controlled by separatist rebels, something most of the world including the UN Security Council have called violations of International Law. Alex Atanasov, a European law professor at the British University in Egypt shares about Putin’s intentions with the escalating conflict.

0:33 – Dr. John Swartzberg, clinical professor emeritus of infectious diseases at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health joins us to discuss the latest COVID science and answer listener questions.

1:08 – Yesterday marked 57 years since the assassination of the civil rights leader Malcolm X. We bring you a speech he delivered in his final year of life on April 12th, 1964, at King Solomon Baptist Church in Detroit. The Civil Rights Act was being filibustered in the Senate by Southern Democrats. The speech was called “The Ballot or the Bullet.”


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