Thursday, February 26, 2004

  • Congressional Black Caucus: Bush Must Stop Haiti Coup

    Maxinewaters1

    After President Bush rejected Haitian President Aristide’s appeal for immediate security assistance from the international community, members of the Congressional Black Caucus expressed their concern at what they say is Bush’s refusal to preserve the democratically elected government in Haiti. We speak with Black Caucus member Rep. Maxine Waters. [includes transcript]

  • Haiti: Different Coup, Same Paramilitary Leaders

    Chamblian1

    For a closer look at what is happening right now on the ground in Haiti, we look back at the involvement of the U.S. in the 1991-1994 coup period with veteran investigative journalist Allan Nairn who broke a number of stories that proved the direct links between US intelligence agencies and Haitian paramilitary death squads in the early 1990s. [includes transcript]

  • Scenes From a Marriage: Married Transsexual Couples Speak Out

    Transmarriage

    Married transsexual couples are the focus of an NBC Dateline special premiering Friday night entitled "Scenes From a Marriage." We speak with Cindy and Miriam, a married couple who married as husband and wife. The husband, Roger, then became Cindy and Miriam chose to stay with her. [includes transcript]

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