Monday, January 2, 2006

  • 2005 in Review Pt. 2: Power, Politics and Resistance


    Today, part two of our special look back at 2005, including the devastating Katrina hurricane, Cindy Sheehan & Camp Casey, the 60th anniversary of the U.S. bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the political crackdown in Haiti, the Sept. 24 anti-war protest in Washington D.C., the genocide in Sudan, the death of Rosa Parks, the Israeli pullout of Gaza and much more.

    Featuring the voices of:

    George Bush, Scott McCellan
    Alfred Ross, Nancy Northup
    Ralph Neas, Debo Adegbile
    Kofi Annan, Andrew Revkin
    Jan Egeland, Nelson Mandela
    David Miller, Jacques Rogge
    Tony Blair, George Galloway
    Ajmal Masroor, Dahr Jamail
    Patrick Cockburn, Yanar Mohammed
    Antonia Juhasz, Seth Donnelly
    Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, Johanna Berrigan
    Jan Vande Putte, Paul Tibbets
    Tadatoshi Akiba, Sunao Tsuboi
    Ramsey Clark, Cynthia McKinney
    Edward Mortimer, Salih Booker
    Roland Martin, Mahmoud Abbas
    David Matar, Ali Abunimah
    Peter Jennings, Stan Glantz
    Lt. Gen. William Odom, Cindy Sheehan
    Ann Wright, Nadia McCaffrey
    Patricia Roberts, Becky Lourey
    Charlie Anderson, Mimi Evans
    Andrea Hackett, Ray Nagin
    Bill Quigley, Tamer El-Ghobashy
    Hurricane Katrina Survivors, Olivia Johnson McQueen
    Henry Alexander, Damu Smith
    Kanye West, Tuti Sheiban
    John Hamilton, Floyd Simeon
    Michael Brown, Judd Legum
    Pat Robertson, Bernardo Alvarez
    Chris Hedges, Hugo Chavez
    Tom DeLay, Jake Bernstein
    Doug Ireland, Patrick Fitzgerald
    Larry Johnson, Harriet Miers
    Arlen Specter, Robert Fisk
    Oprah Winfrey, Rev. Jesse Jackson
    Julian Bond, Beatrice Manz
    Moeen Cheema, Tariq Ali
    Stanley Tookie Williams, Arnold Schwarzenegger
    Kevin Fagan, Donald Rumsfeld
    Yousri Fouda, Jeremy Scahill
    Reed Brody, Peter Kornbluh
    Scott Horton, Tony Lagouranis
    Gareth Peirce, Dahr Jamail
    Lt. Col. Steve Boylan, Lt. Col. Barry Venable
    Patrick Leahy and John Conyers. [includes rush transcript]

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