Friday at 9:00 am
Between the Lines
A four-time winner of the Connecticut Associated Press Broadcast Award for Best Feature in the non-commercial category, this syndicated, half-hour program provides a platform for individuals and spokespersons from progressive organizations generally ignored or marginalized by the mainstream media.
Between the Lines covers a wide range of political, economic and social topics. Each program begins with a five-minute summary of some of the week’s under-reported news stories gathered from the alternative press. This summary is followed by three five-minute interview segments focusing on significant international, national and regional issues.
Brazilian Corruption, Community Solar, Voter Suppression April 8, 2016 | 9:00 am
"But what's scary about it is that it fits a pattern that's been occurring in Latin America, since the beginning of the Obama administration in 2009, where things that look like democratic moves to improve government are actually coups that look like democracy."
–Journalist Ted Snider, on how Brazil's presidential corruption scandal may be a U.S.-linked coup d'etat
Honduran Political Violence, Texas Reproductive Rights, Bank Whistleblowers March 11, 2016 | 9:00 am
Indigenous Activist Berta Caceres Slain Amid Honduras' Rising Political Violence
Reproductive Rights Advocates Hopeful Supreme Court Will Overturn Restrictive Texas Abortion Law
'Bank Whistleblowers United' Challenge Presidential Candidates to Reject Dirty Wall Street Money
Replacing Scalia, Standing For Trees in PA, New Cold War February 19, 2016 | 9:00 am
-Battle to Replace Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Looms as Major Election Issue
-Direct Action in Pennsylvania Blocks Destruction of Maple Trees for Proposed Gas Pipeline
-U.S.-Russia Weapons Build-up Signals Dangerous New Cold War
TPP Resistance, Hillary’s Iraq Vote, and The Arbitrary Detention of Julian Assange February 12, 2016 | 9:00 am
"(The TPP) makes it easier for big corporations to offshore more American jobs ... pits American workers more directly in competition with, for example, workers who make less than 65 cents an hour; includes monopoly rights for big pharmaceutical companies that raise medicine prices and allows corporations to challenge public interest policies that they can say affects their ability to make a future profit."
– Jessa Boehner,international program associate with Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch, on why a broad coalition is campaigning to prevent U.S. approval of the newly signed Trans-Pacific Partnership Free Trade Agreement
Public Unions, Youthful Offenders Pardon, & Haiti Election Fraud January 8, 2016 | 9:00 am
-Case Before U.S. Supreme Court Could Cripple Public Sector Labor Unions
-New York Issues Conditional Pardon to Thousands of Youthful Offenders
-Amid Widespread Charges of Fraud, Haiti Cancels 2nd Round Presidential Election
Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes on the Rise in US, Connecticut’s Juvenile Justice Reforms a Model for the Nation? and New Book on Income Inequality in US December 25, 2015 | 9:00 am
Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes on the Rise in US, Connecticut's Juvenile Justice Reforms Closely Watched and New Book on Why U.S. Has One of the Most Unequal Income Distributions in the Developed World.
ISIS, Surveillance, and Fracking in Connecticut November 27, 2015 | 9:00 am
-Reliance on Military Strategies Alone Cannot Defeat ISIS
-CIA, FBI Launch Opportunistic Call to Expand Surveillance After Paris Attacks
-Connecticut Capitol Rally Rejects Fracked Gas as Bridge Fuel to Low-Carbon Future
Paris, Inclusive Climate Movement, Oregon spying on it’s Citizens November 20, 2015 | 9:00 am
The state of Oregon was caught spying on citizens who use the hashtag, "BlackLivesMatter"