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- "Blame the Muslims"? - Women in Egypt
As soon as CBS announced yesterday that correspondent Lara Logan had been sexually assaulted while covering the Egyptian protests, the media sprang alive in search of a scapegoat. Two disturbing lines of commentary have emerged -- one that cites irrelevant details about Logan's beauty or her past sexual history, the other blaming Muslims or Egyptian culture for the assault.
- Dalai Lama's nephew killed in Florida
In his youth, Jigme Norbu was an American "bad boy" who thought his relationship to his uncle, the Dalai Lama, gave him a special status. Over time, acquaintances say, Norbu's sense of entitlement turned into an embrace of the work of the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader and his own father, as Norbu walked thousands of miles to promote awareness of Tibet's struggle for independence from China. The work that made him a hero to thousands of Tibetans around the world ended Monday when Norbu was struck by an SUV about 25 miles south of St. Augustine, Florida, during the first day of a 300-mile walk to raise awareness of Tibetans' plight.
Thursday, February 17, 2011
ChemTrails on the Radio (Go Harrison!)
(IYAMNI) KPFK radio's Cary Harrison discusses a documentary about chemtrails. This has been severely edited but you can stream or download the hour long show in its entirety at: kpfk.org, audio archives, "Go Harrison" show 12/8/10. (The video was shot in the suburbs of Los Angeles in the foothill communities of Burbank and North Hollywood in 2009).