Democracy Now! August 28, 2001

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Democracy Now! August 28, 2001
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PART 2 JOHN ALPERT's coverage of wars ; Resistance to PG&E's globalization coal policies, Salem, MA.

Headlines: Globalization resistance in Salem ; Columbian police remove natives to make room for strip mines. Part 2 of John Alpert interview. Music Break Israel killed another Palestinian terrorist mastermind in occupied terrories ; Searching for bodies of U.S. disappeared in Honduras ; Fujimori tried in absentia ; Another former Enron Bush appointee announced ; Missile Defense Program opposition ; E. Timor presidential candidate ; Media attack on Sadam Hussein from London. Music Break : Dar Williams "Are you out there?" (inspired from listening to WBAI) Example of globalization in action: PG&E's Salem, MA Plant will buy all their coal from Columbia (dirty coal, air pollution) GUEST: KURT DAVIES, Director Greenpeace's global warming campaign (at, protesting in Salem, MA; and GUEST LORI URLICK, with Healthlink (at, a Marblehead, MA activist mother a mile from the Plant. Respiratory diseases higher in Salem area. Music Break: Afro-Columbian community displaced by Intercore's strip mining program that will sell to Salem PG&E GUEST: ROBERT DOVER, anthro professor at Mediene, Columbia who studied area NE part of Columbia (the YU peoples are native there) GUEST: ARMANDO PEREZ AREJUHO (translated Spanish/English) legal rep for people of Tobacco community, Juajero province Music Break: Marion Faithful PART 2 OF INTERVIEW WITH GUEST: JOHN ALPERT, war correspondent and founder DCTV, discussion of his coverage of Cuba, Honduras, El Salvador, and DCTV projects with young people (at Outro: DN is broadcasting from DCTV located in Engine House 31 (Fire Station) in Chinatown in Manhattan in exile from the studios of WBAI. "We are pacifica"

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August 28, 2001
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August 28, 2001
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59 min.
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