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 New World Notes 
 Weekly Program
 Jeremy Scahill; Kenneth Dowst
 Kenneth Dowst  
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First in a series on good indie journalism. Features excerpts from a good and often funny talk by Scahill. He tells of stunning CNN interviewers by delivering taboo antiwar comments, of his discovery of "alternative" journalism, and of trying to report what the corporate press ignored--the US's undeclared war on Iraqi civilians in the 1990s. Also, KD reads Scahill's story of a mostly-unreported police riot against protesters in Miami. Introduction by KD.
Scahill's talk here is excerpted from a much longer edition recorded and broadcast by the Unwelcome Guests Collective ( Scahill gave this talk on December 2, 2008, in Ithaca, NY. Thanks to the Collective & producer Lyn Gerry. Scahill article on Miami from Counterpunch, condensed by K.D. 'New World Notes' is produced for WWUH-FM, 'Public Alternative Radio' at the University of Hartford. Feedback to kdowst at hotmail dot com.
Photos of Scahill and others complement the stories. View them in the newsletter or on the blog-- . Weekly email newsletter free on request.

SONG--David Rovics, "Miami"

SERIES OVERVIEW -- Political and social commentary in a variety of genres. Exploring the gap between what we want ... and what they're trying to make us settle for. "Date recorded" = date of first scheduled broadcast.

 New World Notes # 59 Download Program Podcast
00:29:55 English 2009-04-14
 Ithaca, NY; & West Hartford, CT
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