Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace public access tv shows completed in 2013

Episode 1, Filmed on February 5, 2013, Joe Lombardo and Trudy Quaif discuss BNP and UNAC activities:


Episode 2, Filmed on March 12, 2013, Trudy Quaif interviewing Joe Lombardo and Elliott Adams about the use of predator drones by the US military and the CIA. The discussion focuses on why we are protesting the use of drones by the US military and the CIA:


Episode 3, Filmed on April 3, 2013, Trudy Quaif interviewing Jeanne Finley and Steve Downs about "preemptive prosecution". The discussion focuses on organizations such as the Muslim Solidarity Committee, Project SALAM, and NCPCF, all organized to provide support for the victims of preemptive prosecution:


Episode 4: This is an interview with Maud Easter and Mabel Leon,discussing Women Against War and the work they have done to promote peace in the past 10 years. The conversation focuses on the reasons for activism against war, and various projects that Women Against War have done in the Capital Region. (Filmed on May 14, 2013)


Episode 5: This is an interview with Gail Pawlowski and Dan Kelly,discussing the Occupy Albany movement. The conversation focuses on why and how the Occupy movement was formed, and their activist activities in the Capital District. (Filmed on June 5, 2013)


Episode 6: This is an interview with Dan Morrissey, a founding member of Capital District Against Fracking and Regional Coordinator of New Yorkers Against Fracking. The conversation focuses on why hydrofracking should be banned in New York State and the actions that have been taken by local activists to inform the public about the dangers of hydrofracking. (Filmed on August 13, 2013) http://nyagainstfracking.org


Episode 7: This is an interview with Mari Matsuo, a young activist in the Capital Region. In this interview Mari discusses human rights and antiwar issues and what she believes we need to do in order to advocate for peace and justice for all. (Filmed on September 11, 2013)



Episode 8: This is an interview with Malalai Joya, who is a human rights activist in Afghanistan. At age 27 she was the youngest member ever elected to the Afghan Parliament where she courageously challenged the corrupt warlords in her country. In this interview she talks about the effects that 10 years of US war and occupation have had on her country. (Filmed on October 9, 2013)




Episode 9: In this interview, Paul Rehm, a local activist, talks about his trip to Palestine and describes what he witnessed as a member of Christian Peacemaker teams. He also discusses the Guantanamo Bay prison, and the reasons why it should be closed immediately. (Filmed on November 6, 2013)



Episode 10: Trudy Quaif, BNP member, interviewing Connie Houde, on December 4, 2013. Connie Houde is a photojournalist and Capital Region peace activist. In this interview, she discusses her trips to Afghanistan and Africa. Connie describes the conditions in Afghanistan and Africa and the results of war and industrialization. Her photos tell the story of the people and their vanishing cultures. She captures the spirit, and shared humanity, of people that she photographers.