Radio interviews re: LaVena Johnson

For every one who has been following the LaVena Johnson story, I will be doing two radio interviews this week:

Today, Thursday, May 17, at 5:35 pm Central Time with host Lloyd Sloan on The Sloan Ranger Show. This will air on St. Louis, MO area station WGNU, AM 920. This is a follow-up to my March 9 interview there and will touch on more recent developments in the fight to compel the Army to reopen the investigation into LaVena's death. The show can be heard live over the Web (Windows Media Player); click the "Listen Live" link on the show's homepage.

Friday, May 18, at 5:05 pm Central Time with host Christiane Brown on The Solution Zone. This will air on Reno, NV area station KJFK, AM 1230, an Air America affiliate. The show will also feature Diane Farsetta, senior researcher for the Center on Media and Democracy, who wrote the recent report "War vs. Democracy: Untold Stories from the Lynch / Tillman Hearing." This broadcast cannot be heard over the Web, but I will try to make the interview available in a streaming or podcast format later.

Both of these events came up rather suddenly, so apologies for the rather short lead time.

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