Phyllis Bennis is a fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies, who serves as the international adviser for Jewish Voice for Peace – and whose books include “Understanding the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: A Primer.” She’ll talk about the massive death toll and danger of a wider conflict in the Israel-Hamas War.
Hassan El-Tayyab, legislative director for Middle East policy with the Friends Committee on National Legislation, discusses the brutal Hamas attack on Israel, the deadly, massive retaliatory air strikes and bombing of Gaza by Israel, and concern that this conflict could spin out of control and spread to other nations, i.e. Lebanon, Iran.
Nelson Lichtenstein, research professor in the Department of History at the University of California, Santa Barbara discusses recent developments in, and the historical significance of, the UAW’s 4-week strike against the “Big Three” automakers, including a breakthrough where the UAW and GM will include the company’s future battery plants in their National Master Agreement.
Author and journalist David Lindorff talks about the new film he produced, “A Compassionate Spy,” the incredible story of Manhattan Project scientist Ted Hall, who shared classified nuclear secrets with Russia. He’ll also talk about his new book on Ted Hall’s story, “Spy for No Country.” The film will be screened at CineStudio, in Hartford at Trinity College on Oct. 17 and 18.
Monday, October 16 at 8:00 PM and in the WPKN archive.
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