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Program Information
 Border Uprising in Gaza; Republic of Lakotah; Lipan Apache resist Border Wall; No Olympics on Stolen Land!
 Regular Show
 Mohamed Omer, Rami Elmeghari, Margo Tamez, Teghiya Kte Canupa, Dustin Johnson, Kanahus Pellkey
 Jaggi Singh  
 For non-profit use only.
No One Is Illegal Radio broadcasts live on the first Thursday of every month, from 5-6pm (EST), as part of "Off the Hour", produced in collaboration with the community news collective at CKUT. We're at 90.3 FM in Montreal, and on the web.

If you are interested in re-broadcasting our programs or interviews, please get in touch at ... Community and alternative stations across North America re-broadcast excerpts of No One Is Illegal Radio monthly.

- Press point by Dustin Johnson and Kanahus Pellkey recorded by Dave Parker of the CKUT Community News Collective.
- Presentation at the Native Friendship Center of Montreal recorded by Charlie O'Connor of the CKUT Community News Collective
No One Is Illegal Radio reports about the frontline struggles for justice, dignity and self-determination by migrants, refugees and indigenous peoples. On this month's edition of No One Is Illegal Radio:

-- Border Crossing Intifada in Gaza --
On January 23, 2008, Palestinians living in Gaza tore down the border wall at the Rafah crossing, temporarily breaking the Israeli siege, and permitting the movement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians into Egypt to secure basic necessities. For perspective and first-hand accounts, we speak with Mohamed Omer in Rafah, and Rami Elmeghari in Gaza City.

-- Lipan Apache resist the Border Wall --
On February 7, 2008, an elder of the Lipan Apache in southern Texas was summoned to appear in court as part of a process to confiscate borderlands to build the wall between Mexico and the USA. In response, the Lipan Apache have sued the Department of Homeland Security. We speak with Margo Tamez, of the Lipan Apache Women's Community Defense.

-- Republic of Lakotah --
On December 17, 2007, 2007, members of the Lakota Freedom Delegation declared the provisional "Republic of Lakotah", and announced their unilateral withdrawal from all agreements and treaties with the United States of America. The Republic of Lakotah encompasses parts of North & South Dakota, Nebraska, Montana and Wyoming. We speak with Teghiya Kte Canupa, a founding member of the Republic, and a headsman from the village of Wounded Knee.

-- No Olympics on stolen native land! --
On January 31, 2008, two native youth warriors active in organizing against the scheduled 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver/Whistler visited Montreal. We hear extended audio excerpts of a press conference at Montreal's Olympic Stadium, and a public talk at the Native Friendship Center of Montreal, by Kanahus Pellkey of the Native Youth Movement, and Dustin Johnson of the Ts'mksiyen Nation in "British Columbia".

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Rami Elmeghari  00:23:50  128Kbps mp3
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Margo Tamez  00:40:43  128Kbps mp3
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Dustin & Kanahus -- Press Conference  00:14:32  128Kbps mp3
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Dustin & Kanahus -- NFCM Presentation (Part 1)  00:23:29  128Kbps mp3
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Dustin & Kanahus -- NFCM Presentation (Part 2)  00:23:59  128Kbps mp3
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Dustin & Kanahus -- NFCM Presentation (Part 3)  00:09:47  128Kbps mp3
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