Bill Weinberg

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Bill Weinberg (full name: William J. Weinberg) is a political writer and radio personality operating out of New York. He writes journalism focusing on the struggles of indigenous peoples, largely in Latin America, but he has also written on the Middle East and local New York issues. He is the co-editor of the on-line journal World War 4 Report. He is the primary producer of a weekly late-night radio show on WBAI in New York, called the Moorish Orthodox Radio Crusade[1] (originally founded in 1988 by Peter Lambourn Wilson, who is also known as Hakim Bey).[2] He has won three awards from the Native American Journalists Association.[3] His basic political orientation is left-wing anarchist.

Bill Weinberg's work has appeared in publications such as The Nation, AlterNet, New America Media, Newsday, The Village Voice,Middle East Policy, In These Times,The Ecologist, Earth Island Journal, NACLA Report on the Americas and his own WW4 Report.[4]

Bill Weinberg is a co-founder[5] of National Organization for the Iraqi Freedom Struggles.[6]

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  • The Struggle in Peru II 29 September 2009, Bill Weinberg with a travelogue and update on the indigenous struggle in Peru.
  • Critical Mass Under Attack V July 29, 2008, Bill Times Up on the latest escalation against Critical Mass.
  • The Tompkins Square Riot: 20 Years Later 22 July 2008, Chris Flash, editor of the Lower East Side underground paper The Shadow, and Frank Morales, co-editor of the anthology Police State America.
  • From Darfur to Mauritania 19 September 2006, Mamadou Barry and Abdarahmane Wone of the African Liberation Forces of Mauritania (FLAM) transcript
  • Anti-Zionism & Jewish Liberation Ella Goldman, Guy Izhak Austrian, Ora Wise and Nirit Ben-Ali of Jews Against the Occupation (JATO) February 4,11 2003

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