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Raj Patel on Nutrition, Gender and Food Security in Africa

Raj Patel, the author of Stuffed and Starved: The Hidden Battle for the World Food System and The Value of Nothing, will speak on “Nutrition, Gender and Food Security in Africa." Patel is a Research Professor in the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, a Visiting Professor at the Unit for the Humanities at Rhodes University in South Africa, and a Fellow at The Institute for Food and Development Policy. His current writing and film project is “Generation Food.” The event is sponsored by UT’s Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice. Produced / Edited by Jeffry Zavala. Videography by Grace Alfar, Jeff Zavala, & Ellie Main. An Austin Indymedia Production. http://Austin.Indymedia.org

Robert Jensen on Capitalism v. Christianity: A Tale of Two Cults

Challenging the conventional wisdom of many secular and religious folk. University of Texas at Austin, Professor of Journalism, Dr. Robert Jensen argues that faith in the Cult of Capitalism is irrational and that a commitment to a reformulated Cult of Christianity (along with other religious traditions) is rational as we face up to the corrosive effects of modern life on human nature and the destructive effects of modern life on nature. As inequality and ecological collapse intensify, where do we look for values based on solidarity and sustainability? This talk is part of the First Unitarian Universalist Church’s weekly Public Affairs Forum. Location: First Unitarian Universalist Church, 4700 Grover Ave., Austin 78756 Produced / Edited by Jeffry Zavala. Videography by Grace Alfar, Jeff Zavala, & Michelle Dougherty. An Austin Indymedia Production. http://Austin.Indymedia.org

Every City in America has a Mike Brown

 

Demonstrators raise hands outside of Texas Capitol, indicating innocence of Mike Brown

Evidence of a new, secret, unlawful, quasi Criminal Justice System forged by fbi

 

 

Interview with Robert Jensen on Capitalism v. Christianity: A Tale of Two Cults

In an interview with Robert Jensen on Capitalism v. Christianity, He challenges the conventional wisdom of many secular and religious folk. University of Texas at Austin, Professor of Journalism, Dr. Robert Jensen argues that faith in the Cult of Capitalism is irrational and that a commitment to a reformulated Cult of Christianity (along with other religious traditions) is rational as we face up to the corrosive effects of modern life on human nature and the destructive effects of modern life on nature. As inequality and ecological collapse intensify, where do we look for values based on solidarity and sustainability?

This talk is part of the First Unitarian Universalist Church’s weekly Public Affairs Forum.
Location: First Unitarian Universalist Church, 4700 Grover Ave., Austin 78756

Produced / Edited by Jeffry Zavala.
Videography by Grace Alfar, Jeff Zavala, & Michelle Dougherty.

An Austin Indymedia Production.
http://Austin.Indymedia.org

Interview with As'ad AbuKhalil on Israel/Palestine: The Roots of the Conflict

Austin Indymedia interviews As'ad AbuKhalil at his lecture on As'ad AbuKhalil on Israel/Palestine - The Roots of the Conflict. He speaks about the historical context of the ongoing Palestinian struggle for human rights and self determination. He informs the audience about the political and social processes that led to the creation of the state of Israel and the conditions that have enabled its occupation of and ongoing expansion into Palestine. As'ad AbuKhalil is a professor of Political Science at California State University and runs a blog called "The Angry Arab News Service": http://angryarab.blogspot.com/ Follow him on twitter: https://twitter.com/asadabukhalil This event is sponsored in part by the Events CoSponsorship Board, the Department of English, and the Center for Middle East Studies. Videography by Jeff Zavala, Grace Alfar & Michelle Dougherty. Editing by Jeffry Zavala. Austin Indymedia Production. http://Austin.Indymedia.org

As'ad AbuKhalil on Israel/Palestine: The Roots of the Conflict

As'ad AbuKhalil starts talking about The Roots of the Conflict at 13:11. As'ad AbuKhalil speaks about the historical context of the ongoing Palestinian struggle for human rights and self determination. He informs the audience about the political and social processes that led to the creation of the state of Israel and the conditions that have enabled its occupation of and ongoing expansion into Palestine. As'ad AbuKhalil is a professor of Political Science at California State University and runs a blog called "The Angry Arab News Service": http://angryarab.blogspot.com/ Follow him on twitter: https://twitter.com/asadabukhalil This event is sponsored in part by the Events CoSponsorship Board, the Department of English, and the Center for Middle East Studies. Videography by Jeff Zavala, Grace Alfar & Michelle Dougherty. Editing by Jeffry Zavala. Austin Indymedia Production. http://Austin.Indymedia.org

fbi targets people and drives them into a state of crisis

The fbi and associates target people for different reasons, but the goal is always the same: harass, torture, drive insane, imprison or murder the Target.

 

The USA is under the control of an evil group of men

 

fbi undermines national security from their own mouth

 

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