Interviews

28.04.2016

Catching-Up with Cynthia McKinney… and Looking (Worriedly) Ahead – part 2

Catching-Up with Cynthia McKinney… and Looking (Worriedly) Ahead – part 2

Part 2 – Catching-Up with Cynthia McKinney… and Looking (Worriedly) Ahead By Gary Corseri (continued) from: http://www.pressenza.com/2016/04/catching-cynthia-mckinney-looking-worriedly-ahead/ GC: And, “Transformational Leadership”? CM: That’s the kind of leadership that professes values that James MacGregor Burns calls “end values”: liberty, dignity, justice, peace!  In my dissertation, I conclude that Chavez is… »

27.04.2016

Catching-Up with Cynthia McKinney… and Looking (Worriedly) Ahead

Catching-Up with Cynthia McKinney… and Looking (Worriedly) Ahead

Gary S. Corseri writes:   I had the good fortune to hear Cynthia McKinney speak at an anti-war conference at Georgetown University in Washington, DC in 2009. There were 5 or 6 notable speakers. All were good, even inspiring. Former US Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney was, for me, the most inspiring, informative,… »

19.04.2016

Ebru art and cultivating ‘musk’

Ebru art and cultivating ‘musk’

We conducted a short interview with renowned Turkish Ebru artist Atilla Can about UNESCO’s celebration of his work, and appreciate his cooperation. Here my video about the three Ebru artists we have interviewed up to now [readers unfamiliar with Ebru can think marbling, the swirling decorative art once commonly used for book… »

11.04.2016

Zionism, one of the most unfortunate manifestations of modern nationalism

Zionism, one of the most unfortunate manifestations of modern nationalism

Jennifer Loewenstein interview, by Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik e.V.  My interview with the journalist Jennifer Loewenstein, who has been writing for years on the Middle East, first an introduction: “This year I’ve been working on Iraq and Syria more than anything else. I’ve never stopped following the crises in Gaza… »

05.04.2016

Panama Papers’ reporters explain how the biggest leak in data journalism’s history materialized

Panama Papers’ reporters explain how the biggest leak in data journalism’s history materialized

Hundreds of journalists around the world pored over the 11.5 million files leaked last year by an anonymous source that reveal how the rich and powerful in numerous countries use tax havens to hide their wealth. The files were leaked from one of the world’s most secretive offshore… »

03.04.2016

“It’s a Revolution”: Actress Rosario Dawson on Why She Supports Sanders for President Over Clinton

“It’s a Revolution”: Actress Rosario Dawson on Why She Supports Sanders for President Over Clinton

As former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders campaign in New York ahead of the state’s primary later this month, more than 16,000 people gathered in St. Mary’s Park in the South Bronx for a Sanders rally on Thursday. He spoke alongside film director… »

01.04.2016

Brooke Cerda Guzman on Face 2 Face

Brooke Cerda Guzman on Face 2 Face

On this show we discussed with Brooke Cerda Guzman @TRANSLATINAS_NY. Brooke is TransWomen’s Civil Rights Activist who tell us her story and her experiences on being an undocumented, immigrant and transgender in New York City. This show is mainly about discrimination in all its forms and how our… »

23.03.2016

Japanese Calligraphy: an interview with Chikako Fukami-Thomsen

Japanese Calligraphy: an interview with Chikako Fukami-Thomsen

Calligraphy, the key to express Japanese culture; thoughts put into ink. Chikako Fukami-Thomsen swas born in Kyoto, Japan, and now lives in Zurich. She has been working with calligraphy and painting (Nihonga) since childhood, and has taught calligraphy in Japan, in the USA, and is presently teaching in… »

22.03.2016

Reay Garcias on Face 2 Face

Reay Garcias on Face 2 Face

The show starts with Liah Alonso singing “Without you I’ll never be alone” and continue with Ray Garcias to discuss about Puerto Rico. Rey is born and raised in NYC of Puerto Rican background. Both of his parents were born and now once again are living on the Island with… »

20.03.2016

Yunus as nonviolent revolutionary activist

Yunus as nonviolent revolutionary activist

Worldwide, Microcredit is associated with the name of charismatic Muhammad Yunus, 2006 Nobel Peace laureate together with Bangladesh’s Grameen Bank: “for their efforts to create economic and social development from below… Lasting peace cannot be achieved if large populations cannot find the way to escape the grip of poverty. Microcredit… »

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