Program: Erasing Memory

In the wake of the U.S. invasion, the military stood by and watched the destruction of the museums and archives of Iraq, the oldest treasures of human civilization. Millennia of history were bombed, looted and destroyed, and with them much of the memory and culture of Iraq,

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Program: Conversations in Tehran

A film by Persheng Vaziri
Will the United States attack Iran? This film explores the views of diverse Iranians in Tehran.

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Program: Left Forum 2012 US-Israel War Moves Against Iran – What’s Going On, Our Responsibility to Resist with Leila Zand

Leila Zand speaks at a Left Forum 2012 panel on the U.S.-Israeli Coalition against Iran, and what dangers it poses for world peace.

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Program: Left Forum 2012 US-Israel War Moves Against Iran – What’s Going On, Our Responsibility to Resist with Michael Klare

Michael Klare speaks at a Left Forum 2012 panel on the U.S.-Israeli Coalition against Iran, and what dangers it poses for world peace.

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Program: Arundhati Roy on Kashmir - Interview with David Barsamian

Alternative Radio's David Barsamian and author Arundhati Roy discuss Pakistan, the Kashmir conflict, and the Pakistani military.

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Program: Left Forum 2012 US-Israel War Moves Against Iran – What’s Going On, Our Responsibility to Resist with Larry Everest

Larry Everest speaks at a Left Forum 2012 panel on the U.S.-Israeli Coalition against Iran, and what dangers it poses for world peace.

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