David Talbot (b. 1951), Dr. Peter Phillips, KPFA, Law Enforcement Brutality Coalition, Mickey Huff M.A., Pacifica Radio Network, Project Censored, Second Annual Social Justice Week at Sonoma State University, Sonoma County Veterans for Peace, Sonoma State University, student activism, The Devil's Chessboard, transcript
LUMPENPROLETARIAT—This week’s Project Censored broadcast featured the Second Annual Social Justice Week at Sonoma State University in northern California.  To discuss the event and its meaning for broader social justice civic engagement, educator Mickey Huff, M.A. and Dr. Peter Phillips speak with students from the Sociology: Social Justice and Activism Club; the president and treasurer of Sonoma County Veterans for Peace; and activists from Law Enforcement Brutality Coalition and Peace and Justice Center. Also, David Talbot, author of The Devil’s Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America’s Secret Government, and also a keynote speaker for Social Justice Week joins the discussion. Listen (or download) here.
[Working draft transcript of actual radio broadcast by Messina for Lumpenproletariat and Project Censored]
PROJECT CENSORED—[18 MAR 2016] “Welcome to the Project Censored show on Pacifica Radio. On today’s programme, we’ll interview students and social justice activists, who are participating in the Second Annual Social Justice Week at Sonoma State University in northern California. Over 35 community activists are collectively participating between March 21st and 25th.
“And, today, we’ll interview students from the Sociology: Social Justice and Activism Club; the president and treasurer of Sonoma County Veterans for Peace; and activists from Law Enforcement Brutality Coalition and [Sonoma’s] Peace and Justice Center. We’ll ask, not only, what issues are at play, but also why it’s important for local community activists to collectively join together.
“Author David Talbot will join us to cover the history of the national security state at the end of the programme. Hope you’ll stay tuned.“
(c. 2:30) [Sonoma State University student segment begins]
(c. 15:55) [Veterans for Peace segment begins]
(c. 30:00) [music break: “Peace Train” by Richie Haven]
(c. 30:44) [David Talbot segment begins]
(c. 42:58) [Peace and Justice Center segment begins]
[SNIP] (c. 59:59)
Learn more at PROJECT CENSORED.
[This transcript will be expanded as time constraints, and/or demand or resources, allow.]
 Also see:
- “SSU Launches Social Justice Week, March 23-27”, http://www.sonoma.edu/newscenter/2015/03/ssu-launches-social-justice-week-march-23-27.html
[19 MAR 2016]
[Last modified 23:54 PDT 19 MAR 2016]