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Shows featuring Desiree Anita Ali Fairooz

  • CODEPINK Activist Barred from Capitol After Calling Rice "War Criminal" Handsbloodweb
    CODEPINK activist Desiree Anita Ali-Fairooz was barred from Capitol Hill after she covered her hands in fake blood and approached Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice last week at the start of a congressional hearing. Ali-Fairooz said that the blood "of millions of Iraqis" was on the hands of the Bush administration. [includes rush transcript]
    November 02, 2007 | Story
  • Founder of Downtown Community Television
    Founder of Downtown Community Television (DCTV), Jon Alpert, tells us, among other stories, the story of what happened when he got some of the first footage, out of Iraq, during the Persian Gulf War. Why didn’t NBC or CBS air it, though it was aired throughout Europe, and won the Italian Peace Prize. Jon Alpert was sent by NBC to report from Iraq, but then declined to air it.
    August 27, 2001 | Story