Shows: June 5, 2017

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Tonight on WBAI 99.5 FM New York at 9 PM: A compilation of formal and informal discussions within the Filipino and Filipino-American diaspora in New York City- the link between the “war on drugs’ and the devastating impact on human rights and due process on marginalized communities from AF3IRM NYC’s panel “Distant Death” with Ninotchka Rosca, Christopher Magno, and Ruben Carranza; a discussion of the challenges and the global political struggle of land, oil, and water extraction in indigenous communities with Vicky- Tauli Corpuz- United Nations Special Rapporteur on Indigenous People’s Rights; and how cuisine subverts the colonial narrative with Filipino Kitchen, AF3IRM NYC, and Makia Harper.

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The Political Struggle of Land, Oil Extraction, and Water Across Indigenous Communities

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Vicky- Tauli Corpuz- United Nations Special Rapporteur on Indigenous People’s Rights discusses the challenges and the global political struggle of land, oil, and water extraction in indigenous communities.

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Extrajudicial Killings in the Philippines

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President Rodrigo Duterte's “war on drugs” has resulted in a reported 4,000-9,000 deaths since he first came to power in June of 2016. Since then, killing with impunity has been far reaching in the Philippines and paints a devastating reality that echoes the indiscriminate killing and arrests of political activists during martial law under the Marcos regime.

APF Radio airs an excerpt of “Distant Death: Drugs and the Autocracy of Murder in the Philippines” with activist and writer Ninotchka Rosca, assistant professor at the Department of Criminal Justice and Social Work at Gannon University, Christopher Magno, and former commissioner in charge of litigation and investigation in the Philippine commission that successfully recovered $680 Million in ill-gotten assets of the family of Ferdinand Marcos, Ruben Carranza.

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Subversive Foods

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An excerpt from a panel APF Radio Co-Producer, Olivia Canlas, moderated with AF3IRM NYC asking the question, how does cuisine subvert the colonial narrative with founders of Filipino Kitchen Saralynn Pablo and Natalia Roxas and mediamaker Makia Harper.

This program is brought to you by Olivia Canlas of the APF collective.

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