Saul Landau wins the Bernardo O'Higgins Human Rights Award
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Clip from 1968 film FIDEL
Scene of a trade union rally from Que Hacer / What is to be Done a film about the 1971 Chilean election.
Short interview with slain Chilean President Salvador Allende
In this historic interview slain Chilean President Salvador Allende talks with Landau about his basic beliefs and lays out the program he intended to persue as leader of the Popular Unity government. The conversation shows with rare candor Allende´s deep-seated belief in the Chilean Constitution and in the ability of his coalition to maintain control for the elected six-year period. He discusses the legal road to socialism, the anticipated problems with the Nixon Administration and the CIA, and how he planned to handle the antagonism of the Chilean bourgeoisie. He also talks about his early days as doctor, recounting how his medical career and contact with the poor led to his conversion to socialism. «
Saul Landau at reading from his book Bush and Botox World at Books Inc in Alameda
Interviews with Saul Landau about the making of "Fidel" featured on Link TV Website
The film Fidel made in 1968 by Saul Landau can be viewed online on the LinkTV Website.
Saul Landau talking about Latin American foriegn policy on LinkTV
View "Hot Talk with Saul Landau" on Streaming Video.
In his half hour shows, Saul and his diverse guests (including Chalmers
Johnson, Congressman George Miller, Alexander Cockburn and Arianna
Huffington) discuss politics, social issues, education, entertainment
and a host of other scorching hot topics.
30 Years of Justice
A short tribute to the families of Orlando Letelier and Ronni Karpen Moffitt, detailing measures they took to ultimately bring Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet to trial. This video was seen at the Institute for Policy Studies' 30th Annual Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Awards, marking the 30th anniversary of the September 21, 1976 car bombing that killed Chilean diplomat Orlando Letelier and American Ronni Karpen Moffitt. Until 9/11, it was the most infamous act of international terrorism ever to take place in our nation’s capital. Letelier and Moffitt were colleagues at the Institute for Policy Studies, where Letelier had become one of the most outspoken critics of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet. Moffitt was a 25-year-old fundraiser who ran a “Music Carryout” that made musical instruments accessible to all. A massive FBI investigation traced the crime to the highest levels of Pinochet’s regime.
Archives of Saul Landau's scripts from his
1996-1997 radio shows on Pacifica Network News.
Saul Landau interviewed on KBOO program date: 03/19/2009
Capitalism has Failed & Israel Gives Jews a Bad Name