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Education

December 22, 2014
Professor Lois Weiner explains that teachers and the teachers union must take concrete steps to repair their relationship with communities of color

Ferguson Resident: “You Can’t Talk about Race and Class and Privilege in a Soundbite”

August 26, 2014

TRNN’s Jaisal Noor interviews two local Ferguson residents who say the mainstream media has failed them

How Close Are Iraqi Kurds to Achieving an Independent State?

July 14, 2014

Edmund Ghareeb explains why various nations are divided over support for Kurdish independence in Iraq

Shir Hever on TRNN

July 13, 2014
Mr. Hever says the occupiers always want peace – a peace that strengthens the status quo

Fear and Loathing in Israel – Shir Hever on Reality Asserts Itself (2/4)

July 10, 2014

Mr. Hever says in colonial conditions the master fears and hates the servants who might rise up and demand their rights

Israeli Press Continues to Coordinate with Military

July 9, 2014

TRNN Middle East correspondents Yousef al-Helou and Lia Tarachansky discuss the ongoing Israeli military operation against Gaza, now dubbed “Operation Protective Edge”

Growing Up Privileged in Apartheid, Colonial Israel – Shir Hever on Reality Asserts Itself (1/4)

July 9, 2014

Mr. Hever says he became politically active after the Second Intifada was repressed with extreme violence by the Israeli military and police

IDF Plans to Intensify Military Operations in Gaza

July 7, 2014

Political economist Shir Hever says an invasion of Gaza on the scale of Operation Pillar of Cloud is likely but that international pressure and threats to Israeli trade will prevent the state from taking the most extreme forms of military action

Iraq Likely to See Violence Worse than 2006-2007 Civil War

June 17, 2014

Iraqi blogger Raed Jarrar and retired military colonel Andrew Bacevich discuss the ongoing crisis in Iraq, Saudi Arabia’s role, and the possibility of U.S. military action

A Struggle Amongst Oligarchs in Ukraine Pt.1

March 7, 2014

Professor Aleksandr Buzgalin explains historical relations between the Crimea region of Ukraine and Russia, ahead of a referendum vote which could bring Crimea under greater Russian control