Voices of the Middle East and North Africa, for March 15, 2006 - 7:00pm
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On this week's program, we will hear the second part of Dr. Zeina Zaatari's interview on the women's movement in Palestine with Professor Eileen Kuttab, Director of Institute of Women Studies in Birzeit University in Palestine about the history of womens movement in Palestine.
Later in the program, we'll hear a special feature on the occasion of the third anniversary of Rachel Corrie's murder in occupied Palestine, with two exclusive interviews; one with the International Solidarity Movement's co-founder Huwaida Arraf, who will join us in the studio to give us some background on the work done by the ISM and on Rachel Corrie's legacy; in the other interview, we'll be joined from London by Guardian journalist and playwright Katherine Viner, who co-wrote a play titled "My Name is Rachel Corrie," which was cancelled in New York because of pressure from Zionist groups trying to silence Rachel Corrie a second time.
This program can also be heard live on-line at http://kpfa.org. It will then be archived at http://www.kpfa.org/archives/. This program is also Podcasted on http://kpfa.org/podcast/. The Middle Eastern and North African Perspectives (MENAP) produces Voices of the Middle East and North Africa that is aired on KPFA 94.1 FM every Wednesday at 7 PM. To contact us, please call 510-848-6767 ext. 632, or send us e-mail to email@example.com.