New America Now: Google in Egypt and Sudan's Potential Split

New America Now: Google in Egypt and Sudan's Potential Split

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No One Else Would Mention It
Yoichi Shimatsu joins us to discuss the recent allegations of Google's involvement in Egypt.
Related reading on New America Media
U.S. Secretly Backed the Brotherhood's Soft-Power Strategy in Egypt


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A Mother's Nightmare
Valeria Fernandez discusses the trial of Gary Kelly for allegedly shooting Juan Varlea in his front yard. Valeria addresses how the trial is being portrayed and what it means in terms of the immigration battles in Arizona.
Related reading on New America Media
Hate in Arizona: Two Mothers Mourn Their Murdered Children


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The Birth of a Country: Southern Sudan
Gabriel Tor, one of the Lost Boys, discusses what it was like voting for Sudan to be split in two in January and what it will mean to the country if the vote proves successful.


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A Week of Food Stamps
Yoav Potash joins Sandip Roy to discuss his new film Food Stamped, which follows Potash and his wife for one week as they attempt to eat a healthy and balanced meal on only food stamps.
Food Stamped will be a part of the San Francisco Independent Film Festival and will screen at the Roxie Cinema on February 13 and 15.


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Funny Lady
Shabana
Rehman, a Norwegian Pakistani stand up comedian discusses her show Homeland Insecurity and where her comedic inspiration comes from.


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