Larry Everest, reporter for Revolution newspaper, will talk about the situation in Libya following the fall of Qaddafi. He latest article, "The Fall of the Qaddafi Regime in Libya...and the Hand of the U.S. and NATO," is at revcom.us.
Troy Davis may soon be facing execution for his 1991 conviction in the killing of a Georgia police officer, even though the case against him, based on faulty identifications, has fallen apart. Laura Moye, Death Penalty Abolition Campaign Director, Amnesty International USA, and Jen Marlowe, filmmaker, author, playwright and human rights advocate, will talk about the case. See the Amnesty International website, http://tinyurl.com/3f7ey5w, for more information -- including how you can help.
Jeff Sharlet, journalist and author, will discuss his latest book, Sweet Heaven When I Die: Faith, Faithlessness, and the Country In Between, a work of linked narrative non-fiction including profiles of religious radicals, realists, and escapists. Jeff also wrote The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power, and C Street: The Fundamentalist Threat to America Democracy. See his blog, http://jeffsharlet.blogspot.com/