U.S.-Russia Relations in Syria After Bombing

Hosts Cat Brooks and Mitch Jeserich interview Reese Erlich, award-winning independent journalist and author of several books on foreign policy including “Inside Syria: The Backstory of Their Civil War and What the World Can Expect,” about the recent U.S. bombing of a Syrian plane and its repercussions on U.S.-Russia relations.

Then, Quinton Sankofa, Staff Collective Member at Movement Generation and a coordinator of the Black Land And Liberation Initiative, explains this land-reclamation and reparations initiative. On June 19th, the celebration of the end of slavery in the U.S., African Americans across the country took back land and reclaimed space from vacant lots to empty school buildings.

Lastly, Woods Ervin, Program and Policy Director of the TGI Justice Project and member of Critical Resistance and the Stop Urban Shield Coalition, invites you to attend tonight’s special meeting at Berkeley city hall, which will determine whether BPD will continue to partner with Urban Shield.

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