Letters and Politics

Preempted for Pacifica Radio Archives Fundraiser

Our regularly scheduled programming is preempted from 6am to 9pm (PST) today for a special fundraiser. During this one-day event, we air old and new broadcasts that demonstrate the richness of the Pacifica Radio Archives and how important it is that we ensure their preservation and accessibility. We appreciate your understanding and support in contributing … Continued

Part I. The WH Budget Request for the South Border  Guest: Todd Miller is an independent journalist and author of several books including Border Patrol Nation, Storming the Wall, Empire of Borders, and his latest Build Bridges, Not Walls: A Journey to a World Without Borders. His writings have been published in The New York Times, … Continued

Part 1. Tacoma/Seattle Protestors Shutting Down Terminal To Delay US Vessel With military Aid Bound For Israel Guest: Wassim Hage with the Arab Resource & Organizing Center joining us live from the protest at Tacoma, Washington. Photo credit: Arab Resource and Organizing Center Part 2. US Bases Military Bases the Middle East Guest:  David Vine is … Continued

Beth S. Wenger is the Moritz and Josephine Berg Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania. Her  most recent book is History Lessons: The Creation of American Jewish Heritage and her co-edited anthology (with Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet), titled Gender in Judaism and Islam: Common Lives, Uncommon Heritage.