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Join the antiwar group CODEPINK for our weekly radio show every Thursday! Each week features a different CODEPINK organizer hosting robust conversations with grassroots peacemakers all over the world from Korea to Yemen to Venezuela to Iran and beyond. Tune in to get weekly updates on the global antiwar movement and learn all about peacemakers in communities worldwide confronting warhawks wherever they may find them.

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Join the antiwar group CODEPINK for our weekly radio show every Thursday! Each week features a different CODEPINK organizer hosting robust conversations with grassroots peacemakers all over the world from Korea to Yemen to Venezuela to Iran and beyond. Tune in to get weekly updates on the global antiwar movement and learn all about peacemakers in communities worldwide confronting warhawks wherever they may find them.

    Yemen: Famine and Future

    Yemen: Famine and Future

    Today on CODEPINKs radio show we will be talking about Yemen with Hassan El-Tayyab from FCNL and Iman Saleh from Yemeni Liberation Movement. There has been a lot of turbulence around Yemen the past couple weeks both in congress and in the grassroots. Iman and Yemeni Liberation Movement was just in DC on a hunger strike, so we will hear from Iman about that experience and we will also hear about action for Yemen happening in Congress from Hassan.

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    Episode 88: Closing Overseas Bases & Guantanamo Prison

    Episode 88: Closing Overseas Bases & Guantanamo Prison

    On today's program, we first hear from Chrstine Ahn, founder, Women Cross DMZ. Ahn heads a global movement of women mobilizing to end the Korean War and ensure women’s leadership in peace building. Next,  Marcy Winograd interviews David Vine, Professor of political anthropology at American University in Washington, DC. Toward the end of the program, we hear from another recent guest on CODEPINK Congress: Chris Anders, Senior Legislative Counsel for the ACLU, discusses the necessary steps to close the Guantanamo Bay  Detention Center.

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    Episode 87: Climate Crisis & Militarism and Elections in Ecuador

    Episode 87: Climate Crisis & Militarism and Elections in Ecuador

    On this show, we'll hear from Teri Mattson and Leonardo Flores about Ecuador's elections, where they were part of an electoral observation mission sent by CODEPINK.

    • 55 min
    EPISODE 86: CHINA IS NOT OUR ENEMY

    EPISODE 86: CHINA IS NOT OUR ENEMY

    On this show, we will hear excerpts from CODEPINK co-founder Jodie Evans' interview with Rob Kajiwara, founder of the Peace for Okinawa Coalition 琉球和平联盟, on the Indigenous Okinawan independence movement and why it condemns U.S. militarism against China in the Pacific. In the second half of the show, we'll hear from Madison Tang about her new role as the China Is Not Our Enemy campaign coordinator and updates about campaign.

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    Episode 85: Putting the Cold War on Trial!

    Episode 85: Putting the Cold War on Trial!

    On this show, we'll hear select segments from the Cold War Truth Commission that took place on March 21, 2021. We will be featuring talks from Ramsey Clark, Mickey Huff, Jeff Cohen, and CODEPINK’s Medea Benjamin, Jodie Evans, and Carley Towne that address various intersections between the Cold War, propaganda, and US imperialism and militarism across the globe.

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    CODEPINK RADIO:EPISODE 84: RHODE ISLAND: DIVEST FROM WAR!

    CODEPINK RADIO:EPISODE 84: RHODE ISLAND: DIVEST FROM WAR!

    On this show well hear from a new addition to the CODEPINK team, Moses Hernandez McGavin, about their new role as an organizer with the Divest from the War Machine Campaign. Then, well hear from John, Peter, and Linda-- activists in Rhode Island who are working on a historic bill in the Rhode Island State House to divest Rhode Island from the War Machine!

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