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Uprising Radio: May 26, 2006

This week on Uprising Radio: Tracking immigrants with microchips; occupation of Canadian tribal lands; Burma cracks down further on Karen people; radical Christians on the Da Vinci Code; Empire Notes on Haditha and the Black Commentator on Citgo.
* The new and frightening possibility of immigrants being tracked via embedded microchips
* A look at an on-going land occupation and blockade by Indigenous Tribes in Caledonia, Canada
* Burma’s military junta increases repression of the ethnic Karen people
* A radical Christian critiques the controversy over The Da Vinci Code
* This week’s Empire Notes on Haditha, and the Black Commentator on Venezuela’s Citgo Gas company.

Assistant Producer: Gabriel San Roman

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Sonali Kolhatkar is Co-Director of the Afghan Women's Mission, a US-based non-profit that funds health, educational, and training projects for Afghan women. She is also the host and producer of Uprising Radio, a daily morning radio program at KPFK, Pacifica in Los Angeles.