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March for Women's Lives and Counter March Protests



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Listen to Ms. Gloria Steinhem, the founder of  MS Magazine in comments to Joel Wishengrad, Sr. Correspondent, World Media Reports at the March for Women's Lives, April 25, 2004.

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Listen to former Vermont Governor and Physican, Dr. Howard Dean as he enters into the crowd at 14th Street along the Washington Mall to participate in The March For Women's Lives. Listen also to questioning by Joel Wishengrad, Sr. Correspondent of World Media Reports.

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Listen to individual demonstrator's comments along the DC Mall during The March For Women's Lives. Some marchers came in state delegations or in support groups and others came independently.  April 25, 2004, Washington, DC.

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Listen to a Texan demonstrator who came to The March For Women's Lives, Washington, DC on Sunday, April 25, 2004.

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Listen to an Illinois physician Dr. Gill who has won the Democratic Primary and is running for the US Congress. Asked by World Media Reports , Sr. Correspondent, Joel Wishengrad as to why?, Dr. Gill responds that in Congress he can help hundreds if not thousands at a time, instead of one at a time as a medical doctor.

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Listen to instructions about joining the March For Women's Lives and thoughts of a Kerry Supporter along 14th Street, NW as the March was forming on Sunday, April 25, 2004 in Washington, DC.

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Listen to DC Police Chief, Charles Ramsey in his tactics of keeping both the women marchers and christian groups separated. Police Chief Ramsey in former demonstrations has used harsh methods involving detainments and arrests.

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NGO Post Press Briefing by US Delegation To The OSCE Conference on Anti-Semitism - May 13, 2004....US House of Representatives, Washington, DC.


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Listen to a recap briefing of the US Delegation to the OSCE Conference on Anti-Semitism April 28-29, Berlin, Germany. This briefing held as a recap in The Rayburn Office Building on May 13, 2004 by US Ambassador Edward B. O'Donnell, Special Envoy for Holocaust Issues, Department of State and others... This was a 45 minute session.

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Statement by Biafra Foundation Concerning Nigeria - May 14, 2004

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Listen to Emmanuel Ogumike, a Board Member of The Biafra Foundation, located in Washington, DC in his outspoken comments concerning the Nigerian Government. Emmanuel is warning that Nigeria is letting Muslim fundamentism policies and values upset the fragile demographic between tribes and Muslims/Christians.... Nigeria is an petroleum exporter and is perhaps the next target for al-Queda and terrorist advantage.

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Presidential Campaign 2004:  Campaign Advertising


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Listen to Brooks Jackson, Director of The Annenberg School of Communications, FactCheck.org in his analysis of the next five months proceeding November 2nd's Presidential Election. An interview with Joel Wishengrad, Sr. Correspondent,  World Media Reports. May 20, 2004.

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"International Cooperation in Combating Terrorism: Pakistan's Perspectives"



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Listen to interviews at The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies: World Media Reports,  Sr. Correspondent, Joel Wishengrad interviewed Dr. Yonah Alexander, Director, International Center for Terrorism Studies, Dr. Naeem Rathore, Former Official, United Nations, and Dr. Mohammed Sadiq, Deputy Chief of Missions, Embassy of Pakistan. May 25, 2004.

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Listen to a question posed by Munawar Laghari, Executive Director, World Sindhi Institute, Washington, DC to Mohammed Sadiq, Deputy Chief of Mission, Pakistan Embassy, Washington DC from the audience at Potomac Institute of Policy Studies during a policy seminar.

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Listen to Dr. Sadiq's remarks concerning minority rights in Pakistan. He says there are more women in Parliment and also answers a question posed by Mr. Munawar Laghari, Executive Director of World Sindhi Institute concerning Sindh Province, Pakistan.

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Amnesty International Annual Report 2004


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Listen to Dr. Jessica Stern in her sound-byte comment about terrorists. Dr. Stern is a foremost expert on terrorism and her current book is "Terror in the Name of God: Why Religious Mititants Kill", published by HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.  Interviewed by Joel Wishengrad, Sr. Correspondent, World Media Reports. May 26, 2004, Washington, DC.

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Listen to Mr. William F. Schultz, executive director of Amnesty International USA in a sound-byte comment critizing the Bush Administration.  Todays release of The Amnesty International 2004 states that throughout the world, there are armed groups, failed governments and those inciting and commiting human rights abuses and genocide. Mr. Schultz is later today meeting with Dr. Rice of the NSA at The White House along with other advocacy groups to roundly condemn the Bush Administration tactics in Iraq, Afghanistan and at the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba facility.

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Ralph Nader Campaign - Speech and Remarks


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Listen to inteview comment of Ralph Nader following a policy speech at The National Press Club on June 3, 2004. Interview sound-byte by Joel Wishengrad, Sr. Correspondent, World Media Reports.

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White House Candlelight Memorial Vigil for President Ronald Reagan


Listen to a memorial candlelight vigil at Lafayette Park, Washington, DC for US President Ronald Reagan who died at the age of 93 on June 5, 2004.

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