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Essential Dissent
Alfred Marder, Vijay Prashad, Margaret Flowers, Jemima Pierre, Monisha Rios, Netfa Freeman, Iraklis Tsavaridis
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Sept. 13, 2021, midnight
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Webinar Date: August 28, 2021

U.S. policies in the Americas, militarism, economic warfare, political subversion and the denial of national sovereignty have intensified and are becoming even more reckless. It is important that anti-war and anti-imperialist forces in the Americas remain especially vigilant. This webinar will highlight the popular struggles being waged for national liberation and the efforts being made by the U.S. imperialism and other colonial powers to subvert those efforts.

ORGANZED BY: U.S. Peace Council

SPONSORED BY: Black Alliance for Peace; World Peace Council (WPC)

MODERATOR: Bahman Azad, U.S. Peace Council

PANEL (In order of appearance):

Alfred L. Marder, President, U.S. Peace Council
Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental Institute for Social Research / USPC Executive Committee
Margaret Flowers, Director, Popular Resistance / USPC Executive Committee
Jemima Pierre, Haiti/Americas Coordinator, Black Alliance for Peace
Monisha Ros, USPC Executive Committee
Netfa Freeman, Black Alliance for Peace / Pan-African Community Action
Iraklis Tsavaridis, Executive Secretary, World Peace Council (WPC)
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Approximate Times:

00:00:00 Bahman Azad (Run Time 0:50)
00:00:50 Alfred Marder (2:06)
00:02:56 Bahman Azad (0:17)
00:03:13 Vijay Prashad (9:04)
00:12:17 Bahman Azad (0:18)
00:12:35 Margaret Flowers (6:58)
00:19:33 Bahman Azad (0:15)
00:19:48 Jemima Pierre (7:50)
00:27:38 Bahman Azad (0:16)
00:27:54 Monisha Rios (4:59)
00:32:53 Bahman Azad (0:14)
00:33:07 Netfa Freeman (9:54)
00:43:01 Bahman Azad (0:20)
00:43:23 Iraklis Tsavaridis (11:35)
00:54:58 Bahman Azad (0:52; Q&A starts at 00:55:13)
00:55:50 Vijay Prashad (2:46)
00:58:36 Bahman Azad (0:24)
00:59:00 Jemima Pierre (1:53)
01:00:53 Bahman Azad (0:25)
01:01:18 Monisha Rios (1:45)
01:03:03 Bahman Azad (0:24)
01:03:27 Monisha Rios (1:13)
01:04:40 Bahman Azad (0:27)
01:05:07 End

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