Monday, September 6
Tonight’s guest, Kevin Pina is an American journalist and filmmaker. He is known for his reporting that focused on human rights abuses in Haiti following the ouster of Jean-Bertrand Aristide on February 29, 2004 and the installation of the interim government of Gerard Latortue and Boniface Alexandre in March 2004. Pina reported on events in Haiti from 2003-2006 as a Special Correspondent for the radio program, Flashpoints,
heard on KPFA – the flagship station of Pacifica Radio based in Berkeley, California. Pina is also the Founding Editor of the Haiti Information Project (HIP), a non-profit news agency based in Port-au-Prince and Northern California, and an Associate Editor for the Black Commentator, an online magazine.
This promises to be a hard-hitting discussion.
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Music that followed the interview:
Come Undone: Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan
Big Wave: Jenny and Johnny
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Perfect plan: Sarah Jaffe