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Ancestral Healing from Syria to the Sinai – Fund Drive Special

We’re joined today by the author of a brand new book that ties cultural survival to earth-based knowledge. In The Land in Our Bones: Plantcestral Herbalism and Healing Cultures from Syria to the Sinai, Lebanese ethnobotanist, sovereignty steward, and cultural worker Layla K Feghali offers a layered history of the healing plants of Cana’an (the … Continued


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Environmental Warfare in Gaza – Spring Fund Drive Special

Since 2014, the bulldozing of Palestinian lands by the Israeli occupation forces has been complemented by unannounced aerial spraying of military herbicides, extending the reach of Israeli violence into the realm of chemical warfare. Today, the spraying has destroyed entire swaths of arable land in Gaza, forcibly changing a once-lush Palestinian landscape, and providing the … Continued


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Police Crack Down on University Protests; New Details Surrounding Federal Execution Drug; Plus Resistance in Residence Artist Annika Lewis

Across the country thousands of university students have erected hundreds of encampments as part of the fight and demand to liberate Palestine. Within the past week we’ve seen universities push back with repression and arrest. Joining us to discuss are Meg O’Connor is an award-winning Senior Reporter for The Appeal, covering police, prosecutors, and the … Continued


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Dorsey Nunn – From Prisoner to Reform Movement Leader; Plus Resistance in Residence Artist Annika Lewis

Before becoming a national leader in efforts to improve conditions for prisoners as well as people who’ve been recently released, Dorsey Nunn spent a decade behind bars. That experience spurred his fifty powerful years of political and legal battles for freedom and human rights, including as the founder of All of Us or None and … Continued


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Palestine Post – The Latest News; Previewing Bay Area May Day Gatherings; Plus Resistance in Residence Artist Annika Lewis

We have spent most of the last almost seven months of Mondays focused on the genocide happening along the Gaza strip and in Occupied Palestine. Joining us today is Rami Khouri is a Distinguished Public Policy Fellow at the American University of Beirut, and a journalist and author with 50 years of experience covering the … Continued


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Gaza Freedom Flotilla; UC Berkeley Gaza Encampment; The High Cost of Prison Commissary; Plus State Terror Roundup

We start today’s show with our recurring segment, the State Terror Roundup. Then, anyone who has ever supported a loved one in prison knows that commissary prices for basic necessities and food to supplement the poor and scant provided meals inside are high. But how high? Our friends at The Appeal have recently published Locked … Continued


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Inspiring Black Women’s Speeches from the Civil War to the Twenty-first Century; Plus Resistance in Residence Artist Jerry Law

Gathering an array of recognized names as well as new discoveries, our guest today Janet Dewart Bell, in her new book curates two centuries of stirring public addresses by Black women, from Harriet Tubman and Ella Baker to Barbara Lee and Barbara Jordan. These speakers explore ethics, morality, courage, authenticity, and leadership, highlighting Black women … Continued


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Israeli Academia’s Complicity in Israel’s Settler-Colonial Project; Plus Resistance in Residence Artist Jerry Law

On todays show – a conversation with Maya Wind, a scholar of Israeli expertise and militarism. Her new book is Towers of Ivory & Steel: How Israeli Universities Deny Palestinian Freedom. As this book shows, Israeli universities serve as pillars of Israel’s system of oppression against Palestinians. Towers of Ivory and Steel is a powerful exposé … Continued