In this episode, Reveal reporter Katharine Mieszkowski tackles the murkiness surrounding day care records in the U.S.; online scams take center stage in an investigation into foreign currency trading; we take a look at what’s behind toxic delays at the Environmental Protection Agency; and we’re whisked off to Mexico to explore the business of making babies.
A second member of the Oakland Raiders cheerleading squad is accusing the football team of violating California's minimum wage laws. Today, a Raiderette identified in the lawsuit as "Sarah G." joined lead plaintiff "Lacy T." in accusing the Raiders of failing to pay cheerleaders minimum wage and illegally withholding pay.
The lawsuit has drawn the attention of the federal government. Officials with the Department of Labor have begun investigating the treatment of cheerleaders.
KQED's Mina Kim talks with Leslie Levy, the attorney representing the women in the proposed class-action suit.
ProPublica is using the chat app WhatsApp to discussion the ProPublica/Frontline investigation "Firestone and the Warlord" with Liberians and people throughout the world. Here are a few of the answers. The questions are in the titles.
The Department of Justice says it is easing up on filing lawsuits against police departments accused of civil rights violations.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions told a meeting of the country's state attorneys general yesterday, that the Justice Department needs to focus more on building up the morale of police departments. Sessions suggested that recent civil rights lawsuits against law enforcement agencies have weakened their ability to do an effective job.
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Speaker(s): Dr Shakuntala Banaji, Carla Ferstman, Suresh Grover, Dr Biju Mathew | Key questions of human rights and impunity arise in the aftermath of the Gujarat carnage of 2002 and the rise of Narendra Modi as a national leader and politician. Shakuntala Banaji is lecturer in the Department of Media and Communications at LSE. Carla Ferstman is director of REDRESS. Suresh Grover is director of The Monitoring Group. Biju Mathew is associate professor of Business and American Studies at Rider University and a cofounder/convenor of Coalition Against Genocide (CAG). Wed, 19 Feb 2014 18:30:00 GMT
ZOS KIA / COIL 'Transparent' CD/LP/Shirt(CSR230CD/LP/TS)
ZOS KIA was formed by John Gosling (MEKON), John Balance (COIL) and Min – with guest Peter ‘Sleazy’ Christopherson (THROBBING GRISTLE). Their one and only album, Transparent, was released August 23rd 1983 in a cassette only edition on the now defunct Nekrophile label, Austria. They were the first released recordings of both COIL and ZOS KIA. It was reissued years later by COIL (Threshold House / Eskaton) in an edited edition. The entire recordings are now released on CD/vinyl for the first time and are completely remastered from the unedited tapes. Includes two previously unreleased bonus tracks by AKE (pre-ZOS KIA).
The music on Transparent is genuinely unsettling and disturbing, with a more primal Industrial feel than the Coil album which followed; ‘Scatology’. An essential insight into the very early work of these extraordinary artists and an undeniable link between Coil and Throbbing Gristle.
Double vinyl edition in a sumptuous gatefold sleeve with 12″ book of unseen images. Ltd 500 white vinyl edition for COLD SPRING mailorder only. Both editions come with download card.
CD edition presented in a 6-panel digipak with booklet containing all images.
1. ZOS KIA ‘Sicktone’
2. ZOS KIA ‘Baptism Of Fire’
3. ZOS KIA ‘Violations’
4. ZOS KIA ‘Poisons’
5. ZOS KIA ‘Truth’
6. COIL / ZOS KIA ‘Sewn Open’
7. COIL / ZOS KIA ‘Sicktone’
8. COIL / ZOS KIA ‘Silence And Sorcery (Section)’
9. COIL / ZOS KIA ‘Truth (Version)’
10. COIL / ZOS KIA ‘Stealing The Words’
11. COIL / ZOS KIA ‘On Balance’
12. AKE ‘No Mas’
13. AKE ‘Rape Live @ Equinox’
A1. ZOS KIA ‘Sicktone’
A2. ZOS KIA ‘Baptism Of Fire’
A3. ZOS KIA ‘Violations’
A4. ZOS KIA ‘Poisons’
B1. ZOS KIA ‘Truth’
B2. COIL / ZOS KIA ‘Sewn Open’
B3. COIL / ZOS KIA ‘Sicktone’
B4. COIL / ZOS KIA ‘Silence And Sorcery (Section)’
C1. COIL / ZOS KIA ‘Truth (Version)’
C2. COIL / ZOS KIA ‘Stealing The Words’
C3. COIL / ZOS KIA ‘On Balance’
D1. AKE ‘No Mas’
D2. AKE ‘Rape Live @ Equinox’
Black shirt with album cover image on front.
Out 11th November
2LP Black: http://store.coldspring.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=5923
2LP White: http://store.coldspring.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=5924
Combo 1 (CD + 2LP Black): http://store.coldspring.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=5925
Combo 2 (CD + 2LP White): http://store.coldspring.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=5926
Combo 3 (CD + 2LP Black + 2LP White + T-Shirt): http://store.coldspring.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=5927
"Nigeria: Trapped in the cycle of violence"...that's the title of a damning report by Amnesty International looking at the situation in the north of the country...and more specifically at the campaign of terror being waged by the Islamist group Boko Haram.
While it highlights human rights abuses committed by Boko Haram, it also points to the failings of the country's security forces, accused of being part of the problem and of acting with little regard for the rule of law or human rights. Local people, it says, are living in fear and suffering at the hands of the very forces which should be protecting them.
Shehu Sani is a human rights activist in Kaduna . Does he think that the security forces have made a bad situation even worse ?