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La Rage du Peuple!
with Sonali Kolhatkar and Abdelhadi Qaderi
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Sonali Kolhatkar and Abdelhadi Qaderi
 Jaggi Singh  Contact Contributor
Re-broadcasts of LA RAGE DU PEUPLE segments are welcomed and encouraged; just let us know by e-mail. Happy New Year!

-- Jaggi (jaggisingh@gmail.com) & Mostafa (mostafah@riseup.net) of CKUT 90.3FM in Montreal

More La Rage du Peuple programming is linked at: http://ckutnews.wordpress.com/2007/01/06/on-the-upload-la-rage-du-peuple-audio/
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.

SEGMENT 2/14

* Sonali Kolhatkar of the Afghan Women�s Mission on the occupation of Afghanistan

Sonali organizes with the Afghan Women's Mission and is the host of Uprising Radio at KPFK in Los Angeles. In this presentation Kolhatkar offers a critique of Canada´s military role in Afghanistan, while specifically focusing on the situation facing Afghani women and the organizing of RAWA [the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan]. The presentation was recorded by Stefan Christoff on April 9, 2006 at Sala Rossa in Montreal at an event organized by CKUT Radio's Community News Collective. (22:55; English)

* In-studio interview with Abdelhadi Qaderi on the current occupation Afghanistan

Abdelhadi was born in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, and currently resides in Montreal. He is a member of L'Observatoire de l'Asie Centrale et du Moyen-Orient. In this live in-studio interview, he talks about the current NATO occupation of Afghanistan. (17:15; French)

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