On this edition of Making Contact, we examine the impact of the current border conflict on Palestinian sovereignty.
On this edition of Making Contact, we’ll take a look at the over-all health of the ocean today, along with a close-up of the impact of cruise ships and shrimp farming.
On this edition of Making Contact Pauline Bartolone traveled to the small town of Esquel in Southern Argentina, where the residents successfully halted the gold mining venture as part of a larger movement of social transformation in Argentina.
On this edition of Making Contact, we feature three leading feminists: Egyptian sociologist Nawal El Saadawi, activist and author Arundhati Roy, and Saher Saba of the Revolutionary Association of Women in Afghanistan (RAWA) who discuss the disproportionate impacts that fundamentalism, colonization, and corporate globalization have on women.
On this edition of Making Contact’s ElectionWatch’04- a monthly special from the National Radio Project- we explore the pre-election concerns of a variety of women, including women in labor unions, Latina immigrants and unmarried women as powerful voting blocs.