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Haskell Wexler, John Sayles, Kristi Jacobson, David Barsamian
Working Class Movies
Haskell Wexler recounts his experiences starting in 1946 as a filmmaker and cinematographer. “As the Cold War developed unions were decimated, all the unions that were active in favor of...
World Bank, GATT, Free Trade
Telephone interview by David Barsamian.
World Bank/IMF: Fifty Years Is Enough
The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund together have more power to influence development in the Third World than do any other institutions on the planet. For the last...
World Hunger: Myths and Realities
The emaciated images of the hungry in Somalia, Ethiopia and the Sudan are shockingly all too familiar. But hunger is not just limited to Africa and other parts of the...
World in Crisis
2 CDs On December 17, 2010 Muhammad Bouazizi, a street vendor in a small town in Tunisia, burned himself to death. He was protesting harassment and mistreatment by state authorities....
No description. Recorded at American University.
Write What We Say, Not What We Do
Seems like journalist are letting the big stories fall through the cracks. Maybe they should start with simpler questions. How about who really won the 2000 Presidential election? Or what...
Writers & Intellectual Responsibility
Arundhati Roy, Eduardo Galeano
Writers and Resistance
Great writers, since ancient times have delivered disturbing truths to the ears of the powerful. That tradition continues to the present. Harold Pinter of Britain may be the most eminent...
2 CDs The World Trade Organization ministerial meeting in Seattle generated an enormous amount of media attention, controversy and some of the biggest protests in decades. WTO supporters say that...
Yaman & Bageshree
Yaman, an evening melody is one of the most popular of all ragas and a Debu Chaudhuri speciality. In this recording the sitar maestro renders a delicate and detailed musical...
You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train
Part 1 and Part 2.
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