Truth and Justice Radio
WZBC 90.3 Boston
Sundays 6-10 AM

Host Bob Funke (with help from co-founder Stan Robinson and many others)
IN MEMORIAM: Sherif Fam (1936-2010) and Steve Cornie (1963-2019)

“Four hours of spirited examination of warmaking, empire, corrupt justice, engineered poverty, lying politicians, jingoism, corporate criminality, media disinformation, and orchestrated chaos.”

Most Recent
Playlist 1

WZBC's hour-by-hour
audio archive
(most recent 14 days)

This Week in Palestine
permanent archive
(audio with descriptions) 2

1 If you see a PRIOR week's playlist, please forgive our slowness. To see anything we've posted for this week, or any past week, click on “Calendar” (near upper left), choose the date, then click on the 6am entry (in left column). NOTE ABOUT THE LOUDSPEAKER ICONS: They are mostly useless!
2 If either of the two most recent episodes is not yet posted, nonetheless you can still hear or sample its audio. Click on "WZBC's hour-by-hour audio archive," then choose 8am on the Sunday you want. This Week In Palestine will begin one or two minutes in.

Program Links

Between the Lines
Talk Nation Radio
Democracy Now! 3
TUC Radio
Guns & Butter
Institute of Ethics & Emerging Technologies
Free Press
Peace is Patriotic
Middle East Media Center
Global Research
Lucy Parsons Center
National Radio Project
Alternative Radio
Common Dreams
Redeye Coop Radio (Vancouver)
492 Cafe Media Studio
Rising Up With Sonali

3 Democracy Now! airs on more than a thousand stations, including WZBC at noon each weekday; video archives are available at its website. For most stories, its coverage is bold, thorough, unafraid, and nuanced. We still recommend listening every day. BE AWARE, HOWEVER, that for some subjects, Amy Goodman simply adopts the official myth without any common-sense investigation. For example, when sarin gas attacks occurred in Syria, she joined forces with the right-wing and mainstream media, promoting the official portrait of each such attack as the work of President Assad, the neoliberals' favorite enemy. She brought on pro-war propagandists who parroted this myth one after another. Until much later, she never mentioned the growing evidence that the attacks were perpetrated by outsiders, most notably by U.S.-supported rebel mercenaries. Other examples: the official stories on Libya, Bin Laden, and 9/11/2001.
"If you want peace, work for justice." Pope Paul VI
Eloquent statement and plea for activism from Sherif Fam, 2 July 2006.
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