Bill Weinberg

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Bill Weinberg (William J. Weinberg) est un écrivain et une personnalité de radio politique travaillant à proximité de New York. Ses écrits journalistiques se focalisent sur les luttes de peuples indigènes, principalement en Amérique latine, mais il a écrit aussi sur le Moyen-Orient et les problèmes locaux de New York. Il est le coéditeur du journal en ligne World War 4 Report. Il est le producteur principal d'une émission de radio nocturne hebdomadaire sur WBAI à New York, appelée the Moorish Orthodox Radio Crusade[1] (fondée à l'origine en 1988 par Peter Lambourn Wilson, également connu sous le nom de Hakim Bey) [2]. Il a reçu trois prix de la Native American Journalists Association[3]. Son orientation politique fondamentale est anarchiste de gauche.

Les travaux de Bill Weinberg ont été publiées dans des éditions comme The Nation, AlterNet, New America Media, Newsday, The Village Voice,Middle East Policy, In These Times,The Ecologist, Earth Island Journal, NACLA Report on the Americas et son WW4 Report[4].

Bill Weinberg est un cofondateur[5] de la National Organization for the Iraqi Freedom Struggles[6].

Publications[modifier | modifier le code]

Livres[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Homage to Chiapas: the new indigenous struggles in Mexico (Verso, 2002)

"... a comprehensive account of the Zapatista rebellion from the uprising of January 1, 1994". ISBN 1859843727, ISBN 9781859843727 [7]

  • War on the Land: Ecology and Politics in Central America (Zed Books, 1991).

ISBN 0862329477, ISBN 9780862329471 [8]

Articles[modifier | modifier le code]

  • "Peru: Hunt Oil Contract to Reignite Amazon Uprising?"

November 2, 2009, North American Congress on Latin America [9]

  • "Peru: veteran guerilla fighter Hugo Blanco speaks on Amazon struggle"

Interview by Bill Weinberg, WW4 Report September 7, 2009 [10]

  • "Colombia's Heart of Darkness in NYC--and DC"

By Bill Weinberg July 29, 2008, The Nation ("Colombian paramilitary commander Diego "Don Berna" Fernando Murillo—ex-boss of Medellín's feared Cacique Nutibara Bloc—was arraigned in federal court in Manhattan last month on cocaine charges that could land him in prison for thirty years.") [11]

  • "Iraq's Civil Resistance"

By Bill Weinberg December 24, 2007, The Nation [12]

  • "Crisis in Oaxaca: What You Need to Know"

by Bill Weinberg The Village Voice, November 7, 2006 [13]

  • "9-11 and the New Pearl Harbor" by Bill Weinberg. WW4 Report, September 1, 2006[14] Available as a WW4 Report pamphlet[15]

Radio Shows[16][modifier | modifier le code]

  • The Struggle in Peru II

29 September 2009, Bill Weinberg with a travelogue and update on the indigenous struggle in Peru.

  • Critical Mass Under Attack V

July 29, 2008, Bill Times Up on the latest escalation against Critical Mass.

  • The Tompkins Square Riot: 20 Years Later

22 July 2008, Chris Flash, editor of the Lower East Side underground paper The Shadow, and Frank Morales, codirection de anthology Police State America.

  • From Darfur to Mauritania

19 September 2006, Mamadou Barry and Abdarahmane Wone of the African Liberation Forces of Mauritania (FLAM) transcript

  • Anti-Zionism & Jewish Liberation Ella Goldman, Guy Izhak Austrian, Ora Wise and Nirit Ben-Ali of Jews Against the Occupation (JATO) February 4,11 2003

Références[modifier | modifier le code]

  1. http://www.morc.info/
  2. http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=150449846&blogId=520876348
  3. http://ww4report.com/about
  4. http://www.leftforum.org/2008/node/43
  5. http://www.thenation.com/directory/bios/bill_weinberg http://www.leftforum.org/2008/node/43
  6. http://www.no-ifs.org/
  7. http://books.google.com/books?id=0Rw8x4dZsf4C
  8. http://books.google.com/books?id=DP2yAAAAIAAJ
  9. https://nacla.org/node/6231
  10. http://www.ww4report.com/node/7756
  11. http://www.thenation.com/doc/20080804/weinberg
  12. http://www.thenation.com/doc/20071224/weinberg
  13. http://www.villagevoice.com/2006-11-07/news/crisis-in-oaxaca-what-you-need-to-know/
  14. http://ww4report.com/node/2413
  15. http://www.ww4report.com/
  16. http://www.morc.info/MORC_Archives_Page-2.2.html

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