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La Rage du Peuple!
with Aarti Shahani and Biplam Halim
Aarti Shahani and Biplam Halim
 Jaggi Singh  Contact Contributor
Jan. 6, 2007, 6:38 a.m.
Re-broadcasts of LA RAGE DU PEUPLE segments are welcomed and encouraged; just let us know by e-mail. Happy New Year!

-- Jaggi ( & Mostafa ( of CKUT 90.3FM in Montreal

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LA RAGE DU PEUPLE -- a look back at the resistance of local and global social justice movements in 2006, and a look ahead to the struggles to come in 2007 -- was a special 12-hour New Year's Day broadcast on CKUT 90.3FM in Montreal.


* Interview with Aarti Shahani, organizer with Families for Freedom in New York City

Families for Freedom is a New York-based multi-ethnic defense network by and for immigrants facing and fighting deportation. Aarti, who herself has fought against the detention and deportation of her close family members, speaks about the recent immigrant rights and racial justice mobilization in the USA in 2006 and the challenges for 2007, as well as the specific role of South Asian migrants in the struggle. She was interviewed on December 29, 2006 for La Rage du Peuple. (28:42; English)

* Live phone interview with Biplam Halim from Kolkata, West Bengal

Recently thousands of peasants of Singur, a farming community in West Bengal in India, were forcibly evicted by the government. The eviction of the peasants from the fertile land is to make way for an automobile factory for Tata Motors, a subsidiary of Tata Group, India's largest and oldest business conglomerate. However, the peasants of Singur are actively resisting the occupation of this land. We speak with Biplab Halim, live on the phone from India about what is happening in Singur. He is active in the resistance with the Institute for Motivating Self-Employment in West Bengal. (16:46; English)

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