In the first half of the program, scholar Aaron Good summarizes a recent article he co-authored with Peter Dale Scott about the September 9, 2001 murder of Afghan militia leader Ahmed Shah Massoud, its connection to the subsequent September 11th attacks, and the ongoing US occupation of Afghanistan. Then English professor and author Adam Bessie examines the implications of the massive change from in-person to remote instruction at community colleges, in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Aaron Good earned his Ph.D. from Temple University and is a history instructor in the Philadelphia area. His article with Peter Dale Scott, “Was the Now-Forgotten Murder of One Man on September 9, 2001 a Crucial Pre-condition for 9/11?”
can be found at here.
Adam Bessie teaches English at Diablo Valley College, and writes about education and social justice.
His graphic article illustrated by Peter Glanting, “Going Remote: Flattening the Curriculum,” appears in Project Censored’s State of the Free Press 2021. Online here.