Tag Archives: #HumanRights

August 3rd, 2018: Argentina’s Stolen Children

On this episode, the LMC speaks with Uki Goni about the history of Nazi-inspired Argentine generals stealing babies from dissidents and how it’s relevant to the Trump administration’s zero tolerance policy today. Uki Goni is the author of, “The Real Odessa: How Peron Brought the Nazi War Criminals to Argentina.”

June 29th, 2018: The Deportation Industry

Something is missing from the migrant crisis that is separating families: MONEY. There is a lot of money to be made off the misery of immigrants in the US. So the LMC speaks with Karina Moreno about the lucrative, billion-dollar deportation industry and how the profit motive undermines democracy & human rights. Karina Moreno is an assistant professor in the school of business, public administration, and information sciences at Long Island University in Brooklyn.

April 7th 2017: El Salvador Mining Ban

Laura Embree-Lowry, the program director for CISPES, joins us to discuss the historic mining ban in El Salvador. She’ll explain how El Salvador became the first country in the world to ban all metallic mining nationwide and about the activists whom risked their lives to fight for social and environmental justice. Learn more at cispes.org/

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