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Audio Archive:February 17th, 2014: - Listen | Download
"Imagine Living in a Socialist USA." Freeing Victoire Ingabire
Fred Jerome, Marceline Nduwamungu
Phil interviews Fred Jerome about the provocative book he contributed to, "Imagine Living in a Socialist USA." Jerome is also the author of three groundbreaking works on Albert Einstein.
Phil interviews Marceline Nduwamungu whose organization has taken up the cause of freeing Victoire Ingabire, presidential candidate in Rwanda, from prison in Rwanda. An award is being given this year in Brussels on behalf of the organization.
December 23rd, 2013: - Listen | Download
Advocate for Victoire Ingabire. Rwanda and the New Scramble for Africa
Marceline Nduwamungu, Robin Philpot
Phil is joined by an advocate for Victoire Ingabire, Marceline Nduwamungu. Ingabire has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for daring to assert her rights. Elections are something you just cannot do under Kagame.
A very timely update of Robin Philpot's earlier work on the events of 1994 in Rwanda, "Colonialism Dies Hard." Indeed, the scramble is on, and the IMF structural-adjustment continued apace while Kagame seized power.
Why do we hear about Rwanda so much, both on this program and the corporate news? As one commentator explains, "everywhere is Rwanda for the humanitarian interventionists." The causes of the conflict and tragedy in Rwanda in 1994 are becoming more widely understood. What Samantha Power and Philip Gouerivich have tried to carve in stone has already eroded.