Family, it has been a week or so since we have been on the air. Unfortunately, the news cycle didn’t stand still so we are back bringing real talk about the issues affecting real people. Tune in tonight as we talk about…
1. Another Florida teenager shot
This past Friday, 17 year-old Jordan Davis was shot and killed by a 45-year old at a gas station, apparently during an argument over “loud music.” Another tragic case of a dead youth is already drawing parallels in the press with the murder of Trayvon Martin. Tune in tonight as we check in on this tragic case of a murdered young boy.
2. Is the fiscal cliff real?
If you are paying attention to the news, the new battle in Washington is supposedly over a fiscal cliff, an economic catastrophe that is allegedly set to take place on January 1st, if politicians don’t…well who know what the hell they are suppose to do. Tune in tonight as we check in with Nicole Woo from the Center for Economic and Policy Research
who will tell us what the fiscal cliff
is really about.
3. Is there a way forward in Israel/Palestine?
Our show was on break during the height of the conflict last week in Gaza/Israel that left 167 Palestinians from Gaza and 5 Israelis dead with thousands more wounded. Now there is a ceasefire, but for how long? Tonight on our show, we want to ask the harder, yet more useful question: Is there a way forward in Israel/Palestine? What role can Americans play in paving a way forward? Tune in as we hear from former President of the American Jewish Congress and Miami Jewish activist Jack Lieberman, FIU Students for Justice in Palestine
member Mnar Muhareb, Rabbis for Human Rights
founder Rabbi Arik Ascherman, Adam Schwartzbaum (Miami attorney who sits on the board of several Jewish organizations), UC Irvine Professor and author Mark Levine
and Gaza-based documentary filmmaker Harry Fear
BONUS CLIP 1: Mark Levine on what Americans should do to help find a solution in Israel/Palestine
BONUS CLIP 2: Rabbi Arik Ascherman on what Americans should do. “Friends don’t let other friends drive drunk.”
BONUS CLIP 3:Mark Levine’s lack of hope in the present with some eye toward the future.