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Flashpoints – February 7, 2019

Today on Flashpoints: California’s dangerous diablo nuke hangs in Gov. Newsom’s hands. Also, with the hope of Lopez Obrador behind them, thousands of maquiladoras workers walk out just over the border in Matamoros Mexico. Labor Journalist and photographer, David Bacon will tell us why and why now. Later, well rebroadcast our interview with Tohono Oodham … Continued


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Trump & The Pacific Pivot.

Today on Flashpoints: Trump policies toward North and South Korea and also China. Also, Flashpoints contributor and best selling author Greg Palast on the US moving to overthrow the duly elected government of Venezuela. And we’ll look at the devastating impact of Trump policies at the US Mexico border in San Diego


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A.I.M’s Bill Means on Trump’s Militarization of The Border

Today on Flashpoints: The United States continues it’s saber-rattling against the duly elected government of Venezuela. Also, the founder of the American Indian Movement condemns the Trumps militarization of the US Mexico border and reflects on the devastating impacts that Trump’s Government shut down has had on native communities all over the US. And we … Continued


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Flashpoints Broadcasts From Tucson Arizona, Day 4

Today on Flashpoints: The Vice Chairman of Tohono O’odham Nation talks about what it means  to live under occupation by US security forces. Also, indigenous communities in Texas fight back and organize against occupation and the destruction of borderlands in the Lonestar State. And a Palestinian activist exile from pccupied Palestine compares Israeli occupation in … Continued


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Flashpoints in Tucson Day 3

Today on Flashpoints: Sierra Club Executive Director for the borderlands, Dan Millis, talks about the destruction of wildlife at the border. He also talks about being tried for carrying water to the desert and leaving it for refugees so they don’t die of thirst when fleeing north. And we’ll speak to investigative journalist Todd Miller … Continued