Free Moscow presents Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 panel
discussion at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre,
508 Main Street in downtown Moscow on September 10, 2004.
panelists for the discussion are
Roy Atwood, President of New St. Andrews College
Rula Awwad-Rafferty, Faculty for the UI Archeticture
Dale Graden, Faculty for the UI History Department
Wright Lawford VIII, a conservative activist
Miller, Faculty for the UI College of Law
moderator is Jack Vincent, Borah Professor of Political Science
at the UI.
answered questions from the audience and expressed their views
on the film and its message. The intent of the panel is to
promote dialog about the movie within the community.
9/11 is Michael Moore's view on what has happened in America
since the 2000 Presidential election. The movie explores the
controversial election of George W. Bush, the repercussions
of September 11, 2001 on American foreign and domestic policy,
the USA Patriot Act, the war in Iraq and the Bush family's
relationship with the royal house of Saud of Saudia Arabia.
show is underwritten by Book People of Moscow, Tie Dye Everything
and The Palouse Peace Coalition.
and opening statements
Southern Slavery As it Wasn't
University of Idaho History Professors rebut arguments made in the booklet, Southern
Slavery: As It Was, by Moscow preacher Doug Wilson and League of the South
founder Steve Wilkins. Saturday, February 7, 2004.
William Ramsey, PhD History. Areas of specialty:
Anglo-Indian relations, Slavery in the Colonial South. Currently
teaches at University of Idaho.
Stan Thomas, Director. Of University
of Idaho Campus Christian Center, retired.
Sean Quinlan, Assistant Professor of
History, University of Idaho. Fulbright and Melon Scholar.
PhD. Indiana University. Numerous articles on Health
Policy, Slavery and Racism in ‘Enlightenment Europe,’ New
book on Medicine and Political Culture in France 1750-1850.
Lincoln James, Washington State University
professor of Advertising. Editor, Western Journal of
Advertising. PhD. University of Texas.
Rights/Racism Audio, February 2004
Carl Mack, President of the Seattle chapter of the National
Association for the Advancement of Colored People, pre-human
rights march speech at St. Augustine's Church, Moscow, Idaho,
across the street from Christ Church history conference being
held in the University of Idaho Student Union Building. Mack
rebuts arguments made in the booklet "Southern Slavery:
As It Was" by Moscow preacher Doug Wilson and League of
the South founder Steve Wilkins. Fri. 2-6-04
Length: 42:28 7.5 MB at 24 kbps
Year Anniversary Gulf War Protest, Moscow, Idaho
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When John Ashcroft was touring the country defending the Patriot Act, allowing
only TV journalists (not press or radio) access to himself, Moscow’s
Palouse Peace Coalition was having a Patriot Act forum of their own. Speaking
that night were, Rep. Butch Otter (R-ID), Liz Brandt, member of the American
Civil Liberties Union national board of directors, Monica Schurtmann, attorney
for Maha al-Hussayyen (Maha is the wife of Sami al-Hussayyen, a Saudi doctoral
student at the University of Idaho who has been held in jail since February
2003 on immigration violation charges), State Senator Gary Schroeder (R-Moscow),
and State Rep. Shirley Ringo (D-Moscow).
two streamable sound files include most of the forum, plus
interviews with Liz Brandt, Nabil al-Bulushi, a Saudi UI student
and a friend of Sami al-Hussayyen, Dan Boyd of the Palouse
Peace Coalition, Idaho Sen. Gary Schroeder, Idaho Rep. Shirley
Ringo, and Jeff Fogel of the Center for Constitutional Rights
in New York. There’s also some audio from US Attorney
General John Ashcroft.
Audio from idaho.indymedia.org.
quality audio available on request. Non-commercial use only.
1A. Audio from John Ashcroft, Interview w/ Liz Brandt
(ACLU), Rep. Butch Otter (R-ID). 27:54 24 kpbs
1B. Rep. Butch Otter, Liz Brandt (ACLU), Interview w/
Nabil al-Bulushi, Idaho Sen. Gary Schroeder, Idaho Rep. Shirley
24 kbps (Lost audio? Please return later)
2. Monica Schurtmann, al-Hussayyen kids, Q & A from
audience, Interviews w/ Gary Schroeder, Dan Boyd, Shirley
Ringo, more Ashcroft audio, Interview w/ Jeff Fogel. 25:54
THE ARTS DEMO, University of Idaho
hundred students demonstrate against the University of Idaho's
decision to end its Studio Arts program, Thursday 3-25-04.
24 kbps version is suitable for dial-up, mono. 128 kbps stereo
version also posted. Length is 24:19.
to audio download page
Speech & Interview:
Mark Potok, of the Southern Poverty Law Center
interviews regarding racism & human rights
Mark Potok, editor of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Intelligence
Report, spoke at the University of Idaho Administration Auditorium Fri. 2-6-04.
Part 2 consists of about 8 minutes of conclusion of speech, then about 11 min.
In the third audio file, Mark Potok is asked what he thinks of Steve Wilkins'
comments in the Moscow, Idaho-area press that he was surprised about being
called a ‘neo-Confederate.’
Speech, Part 1
Speech, Part 2 and Q&A
ALAN ROSE, Vice President
of the Latah County Human Rights Coalition at hands for human rights.
MOE HENDRICKSON, UI Gay-Straight
SELENA LLOYD, UI Gay-Straight
CLAUDIA HEMPHILL, Graduate
Student Association officer
Civic Association Forum on the Patriot Act
Moscow Civic Association Forum on the Patriot Act. How the Patriot Act has
affected the town of Moscow, Idaho. Mon. 2-9-04
Monica Schurtman, spokesperson for the family of Sami Omar
al-Hussayen, a University of Idaho graduate student now held for a year in
the Canyon County Jail on charges of visa fraud, now upgraded to aiding terrorism.
Abdurrahman, representing the University of Idaho Muslim
Mary Furnari, Washington State University international
student advisor, discussing the Homeland Security special visa registration
program for international students.
Liz Brandt, University of Idaho Law professor
representing the American Civil Liberties Union.
Questions & Answers
Length 79:44 14.0 MB at 24 kbps
Recorded by Leigh Robartes and Cass Davis
Nader in Pullman on April 17, 2003
of Sami Omar Al-Hussayyan
Al-Hussayyan, who is from Saudi Arabia, was indicted by a Boise grand jury
on 7 felony visa fraud charges. He was arrested Wednesday, 2-26-03 and numerous
Middle Eastern students were questioned. Some attorneys say FBI and INS questioning
tactics terrified foreign students, and say the government's accusations are
flimsy so far.
Press conference unedited. Wed., 2-26-03. City Hall,
Moscow. Recorded by Radio Free Moscow. 70:00
Al-Hussayyan's attorney David Nevin interviewed by
Leigh Robartes. Sun., 3-2-03. Via phone from Boise. 9:41
ACLU attorney Elizabeth Brandt (UI Law professor trying
to arrange attorneys for foreign students who might be
questioned by INS and FBI) interviewed by Leigh Robartes.
Sat., 3-1-03. Moscow. 17:33
Miller, attorney for Maha Al-Hussayyen, interviewed
by Leigh Robartes. Fri., 2-28-03. Moscow. 9:31
Altheimer, President of the WSU Muslim Students Association,
Wednesday 2-26 by phone from Pullman, 5:24
Rattner, Center for Constitutional Rights, interviewed
by Leigh Robartes. Thu., 2-27-03 Via phone from New York.
Yanez, President of the University of Idaho Iberian
and Latino Student Association interviewed by Leigh Robartes.
Sun., 3-2-03. 3:46
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