R E D E Y E - Sat. May 15, 9 - noon, Co-op Radio, 102.7fm
9:05 Ali Abunimah, of the website Electronic Intifida, reports back from South Africa on the efforts of popular and government forces to aid the Palestinian struggle for liberation.
9:20 Martha Roberta talks to us about deep cuts by the B.C. government to the most vulnerable people on welfare.
9:40 Costas Panayotakis, a professor of sociology at City University New York, analyzes the real cost of the Greek bailout package.
10:05 We broadcast a new documentary by two Victoria-based independent journalists on the proposed Prosperity Mine in the Nemiah Valley.
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10:50 We play part of a Democracy Now interview with former UN General Assembly President Miguel d'Escoto on the current state of the United Nations.
11:05 Catherine Edwards from CACTUS describes a new vision for community TV and media.
11:25 Project Fly Home organized a telethon last month to support Abousfian Abdelrazik, now back in Montreal but prevented from working. We speak with an activist from Project Fly Home.
11:40 Environmentalist Carlos Zorrilla tells us why three citizens from Ecuador are suing the Toronto Stock Exchange.
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