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 Taylor Report 
 In international trials, impunity is reserved for Tony Blair-backed murderers.
 Interview
 Norman Otis Richmond, Robin Philpot, David Jacobs
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Some have suggested that Black music is America's only cultural contribution to the world. Certainly, not all artists have received the recognition they deserve. Now, Norman Otis Richmond discusses his letter to President Obama, "What about We People who are Darker than Blue?"

Robin Philpot gives the latest on Quebec. "People are tired of the business-as-usual approach to politics." Even lawyers are demonstrating - 500 of them. Quebec's anti-protest law isn't "draconian" in scare-quotes, it IS draconian. Philpot discusses the "control of information" preventing the rest of Canada from understanding how profound the demonstrations are. He also reports on a 2-hour video released of Quebec's 1%.

David Jacobs followed the Charles Taylor trial. Taylor was not actually found guilty of many accusations directed against him. Very little, meanwhile, is said about the considerable human rights violations by his opponents. At the same time, the "international" prosecutors are mainly Americans, three-quarters of whom are U.S. military.

 Interview with Norman Otis Richmond, Robin Philpot, and David Jacobs Download Program Podcast
00:59:23 English 2012-06-04
 Toronto, Ontario
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