THE ELECTRONIC INTIFADA
March 14th, 2002
FOLLOW-UP: GRADSTEIN'S UNETHICAL PAYMENTS MAKE PUBLIC BROADCASTING HEADLINES
NPR'S DRAKE AVOIDS MAKING GRADSTEIN ACCOUNTABLE
By Ali Abunimah and Nigel Parry
Following our special report of February 19th, "NPR's Linda Gradstein takes cash payments from pro-Israeli groups", and several follow-up reports, NPR Ombudsman Jeffrey Dvorkin responded to our concerns on 25 February 2002 and the March 11th issue of the Current, a public broadcasting trade publication ran an in-depth story on the revelations, "NPR Mideast correspondent broke ban on speaker fees", by Mike Janssen. Meanwhile, Gradstein's unchecked bias continues to surface.
Read the report at:
OTHER RECENT ADDITIONS
- Prevent another Massacre: End Ariel Sharon's Impunity for War Crimes Now
By Laurie King-Irani, The Electronic Intifada, 12 March 2002.
- New section: Printable materials.
Expected to grow. Designers welcome to submit material for leaflets,
posters that can be used for solidarity activities.
- Israel's choice
By Ali Abunimah, The Electronic Intifada, 7 March 2002.
- Ground Zero: Moving across checkpoints
By Arjan El Fassed, The Electronic Intifada, 1 March 2002.
- Deeds Speak Louder than Words
www.twq.com/02spring/andoni.pdf [PDF Format].
By Lamis Andoni, The Washington Quarterly, Volume 25, No. 2, Spring 2002.
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