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    Firsthand Accounts From Syria Contradict Mainstream Media

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    42 million Americans live in “food insecure” households; Journalist Rania Khalek gives a firsthand account of Syrian War.

    On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by Auriella Williams, organizer, activist, and student at Georgia State University to talk about the financial burdens on US college students, the current climate of political debate on campus, and reflects on her time at Standing Rock.

    In parts two and three host Eugene Puryear is joined by journalist Rania Khalek upon her return from the front lines in the Syrian War. The pair talks about the poor coverage of the ongoing war by Western media, the nuances of rival factions in the region, and talk about the role of outside countries in the ongoing conflict in Syria and Iraq.

    Eugene Puryear monologs on the alarming number of Americans who are unable to obtain food on a daily basis, the climate of college political rhetoric under a President-elect Trump, and the audacity of 56 US Presidential electors asking for private intelligence briefings on Russian involvement in the 2016 US election.

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    NoDAPL, Black Lives Matter, Donald Trump, Syria, Aleppo
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