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FOR THE WEEK ENDING June 4, 1999
1)Phyllis Bennis of the Institute for Policy Studies, who examines how and why the United Nations has been bypassed in the current conflict in Yugoslavia.
2) Rosemary Bassilakis, a researcher with the Citizens Awareness Network, who assesses the conduct of Northeast Utilities in its management of Connecticut's Millstone nuclear power plants.
3)Gabriela Flora, program associate on agricultural biotechnologies at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, who examines the global impact of genetically engineered food.
1)Robert Weil, author and commentator on Chinese politics, who examines allegations that Beijing stole American nuclear weapons secrets and the future of U.S./Chinese relations.
2)Peter Hart, with the group Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, who assesses mainstream media's coverage of the ongoing war in Yugoslavia.
3) Rev. Lucius Walker, of Pastors for Peace, who talks about the ninth US/Cuba Friendshipment Caravan, which will deliver millions of dollars worth of lifesaving medicines to the doctors and nurses of Cuba.
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1)Jonathan Schwarz, research association with the Preamble Center, who, as the war ends in Yugoslavia, assesses the winners and losers and the precedents set by NATO's unilateral intervention.
2)Tara Thornton, national organizer with the Military Toxics Project, who summarizes the health hazards connected with depleted uranium weapons, most recently used by U.S. and NATO forces in their war on Yugoslavia.
3) Jane Akre and Steve Wilson, investigative reporters who were fired at FOX-owned WTVT Channel 13 in Tampa for refusing orders to broadcast slanted stories about the controversial rBGH bovine growth hormone.
1)Gordon Clark, executive director of Peace Action, who critically examines the response of the U.S. peace movement to the war in Yugoslavia.
2)Bill Schulz, executive director of Amnesty International USA, who advocates a ban on electro-shock stun belts, which are increasingly being used in prisons and courtrooms throughout the country. See Amnesty International pages: Cruelty in Control?
3) Redwood Mary, activist and organizer, who talks about the environmental conference she attended in Kenya and her arrest at a New York City protest to save the redwoods in California. See related web page: www.Lunatree.org
In the coming weeks, we will provide links to other progressive organizations, media outlets and internet sites that we find to be of particular importance. We also welcome suggestions for links from local organizations.
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