Monday, July 26, 2010 
1st Guest Prof. Marjorie Cohn Immediate Past President - National Lawyers Guild  Assessing the Roberts Supreme Court as "the most conservative in living memory;" on the release of Puerto Rican political prisoner Carlos Alberto Torres LISTEN TO SHOW
2nd Guest Linton Joaquin Esq.  General Counsel - National Immigration Law Center  Making the argument against key provisions of SB 1070, Arizona's controversial "anti-immigrant, racial-profiling" law  
3rd Guest Tom Engelhardt  Journalist, Author - The American Way of War: How Bush's Wars Became Obama's  Engelhardt discusses his new book and the Wikileaks release of secret U.S. military files on the war in Afghanistan  
Tuesday, July 27, 2010 
1st Guest Bruce Darling  Founder/CEO - Center for Disability Rights  Darling discusses achievements and future challenges on the 20th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act LISTEN TO SHOW
2nd Guest Gerald LeMelle  Executive Director - Africa Action  Assessing the Kampala summit of the African Union and U.S. policy toward Africa  
3rd Guest Chris Kromm  Executive Director & Publisher - of Southern Exposure at the Institute for Southern Studies The Real History of Racism at the USDA  
Wednesday, July 28, 2010 
1st Guest Herb Boyd Journalist, author, political commentator Day of Reckoning nears for Rep. Charles Rangel on possible settlement of ethics charges LISTEN TO SHOW
2nd Guest Collie Oudkerk, M.D. & Jacqueline Gulstone, Ph.D.  Board Members - Health and Education Relief for Guyana  Non-profit humanitarian relief organization now celebrating its 10th anniversary with renewed commitment to overseas medical missions  
3rd Guest Donna Jackson  Newark Community Activist  Back by popular demand, Jackson discusses her work as a community organizer in Newark, New Jersey.     
Thursday, July 29, 2010 
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Week of Mon July 19th to Thurs July 22nd, 2010      
Monday, July 19, 2010
1st Guest Professor Marjorie Cohn  Professor of Law - Thomas Jefferson School of Law  Lynne Stewart re-sentenced to 10-year term; former Bush administration official Jay Bybee disavows first-hand knowledge of CIA interrogation techniques he authorized LISTEN TO SHOW
2nd Guest Ray McGovern  Founding member - Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity  The curious affair of Iranian scientist Shahram Amiri and the U.S. Intelligence industry  
3rd Guest Danny Schechter  Journalist, author, documentarian  What now after financial "reform"?  
Tuesday, July 20, 2010 
1st Guest Lawrence Bender  Academy Award-winning Film maker/Producer - Countdown to Zero  Is a world without nuclear weapons possible? Bender discusses his film, Countdown to Zero. LISTEN TO SHOW
2nd Guest Triada Stampas  Director of Government Relations & Public Education - Food Bank for New York City  How the budget impasse in Albany is endangering access to food for thousands of New Yorkers in need of emergency relief  
3rd Guest Frederic Mousseau  Senior Fellow - Oakland Institute  Despite earlier promises, the world's richest nations (G8)  have failed to fully address the global hunger crisis, now affecting 1 billion people  
Wednesday, July 21, 2010 
1st Guest Bill Fletcher  Political analyst - The Black Commentator Six months after a devastating earthquake, there's suffering aplenty in Haiti as the country stands at the threshhold of re-colonization under the guise of international disaster relief LISTEN TO SHOW
2nd Guest Bill Chappel & Brenda Toyloy  Community activists and members of the Newark Water Group Newark residents struggle to retain public  control of their city's 35,000-acre watershed amid fears  of government plans to privatize the water supply system  
3rd Guest Bashir Akinyele & Donna Jackson Akinyele is Coordinator of the Stop the Self-Genocide Campaign in Newark; Jackson is a veteran community activist On anniversary of the Newark Anti-Violence Campaign, activists intensify their fight against violence that has claimed dozens of lives in neighborhoods across the city  
Thursday, July 22, 2010 
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Week of Mon July 12th to Thurs July 17th, 2010      
Monday, July 12, 2010 
1st Guest Prof. Marjorie Cohn Professor of Law - Thomas Jefferson School of Law  At least three other states may follow Arizona lead in adopting anti-immigrant law LISTEN TO SHOW
2nd Guest Lily Cerat  Founding Member: Haitian Women for Haitian Refugees  Six months after devastating earthquake, Haitians struggle for basic services: Where is Haiti's Bailout?  
3rd Guest Alex Camarda & John Avlon  Citizens Union Task Force on Charter Reform   Good government group unveils 50 specific recommendations for New York City Charter Reform  
Tuesday, July 13, 2010 
1st Guest Milton Allimadi  Editor-in-Chief - The Black Star News  The International Criminal Court formally charges Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir with genocide; the al-Shabab militia in Somalia claims responsibility for a bomb attack that leaves 76 dead in Kampala LISTEN TO SHOW
2nd Guest Professors Wayne Dawkins & Kissette Bundy  Professors - Scripps Howard School of Journalism, Hampton University; Alumni - Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism  On the 30th anniversary of the Black Alumni Network, a society of Columbia University's journalism alumni  
3rd Guest Helen Zelon  Education reporter, researcher and analyst  Managing by the Numbers: New report from the Center for New York City Affairs finds serious flaws in New York's new system of school management  
Wednesday, July 14, 2010 
1st Guest Marianne Mollmann  Women's rights advocate - Human Rights Watch  In historic move, U.N. creates single entity to promote women's empowerment LISTEN TO SHOW
2nd Guest Brian Concannon Esq.  Director -- Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti Haiti still suffering six months after earthquake; observers fear that another flawed election may be in the offing  
3rd Guest Erica Stallings  Housing Advocacy Coordinator, New York Immigration Coalition  Still Lost in Translation: new report finds many government agencies are failing to provide language assistance to Limited English Proficient New Yorkers in violation of applicable law  
Thursday, July 15, 2010 
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Week of Tues July 6th to Thurs July  8th, 2010    
Tuesday, July 6, 2010 
1st Guest Marjorie Cohn  Professor of Law - Thomas Jefferson School of Law Review of Elena Kagan confirmation hearings; review of selected U.S. Supreme Court rulings: Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project; McDonald v. Chicago ; War in Afghanistan LISTEN TO SHOW
2nd Guest Khalil Muhammad Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History - Indiana University  Race, crime and "Progressive" double-standards  
3rd Guest Prof. Charles Ogletree  Professor of Law - Harvard University; author  Ogletree discusses his new book - The Presumption of Guilt: The Arrest of Henry Louis Gates Jr., and Race, Class and Crime in America  
Wednesday, July 7, 2010 
1st Guest Prof. Naseer Aruri  Professor Emeritus - University of Massachusetts; author -Dishonest Broker: The U.S. Role in Israel and Palestine In White House meeting between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, much symbolism, meager substance LISTEN TO SHOW
2nd Guest Jarrett Murphy  Edutor-in-Chief - City Limits Magazine  In these tough times for New York City youth, City Limits profiles the challenges and choices of a troubled age  
3rd Guest Hesham El-Meligy & Lana Safah  Muslim community activists  On Staten Island, controversy over a proposed mosque at the site of a former convent highlights  ethnic tensions, religious misunderstanding and a dispute over First Amendment protections  
Thursday, July 8, 2010
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Week of Thursday July 1st, 2010      
Thursday, July 1, 2010 
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