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On March 24 , on Nowruz ("New Day" in Persian), the Iranian New Year, a 5,000 year old celebration by hundreds of millions around the world, We resumed our conversation with  Moji Agha we began on our Feb. 18 show. 

Moji is an Iranian-American bilingual poet and peace, human rights, and Earth activist. Trained as a cultural psychologist, he has founded many organizations and projects. 

To fully appreciate what we talked about, you can listen to it at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sfpiradio/2012/02/18/teachers-for-peace-in-gaza-with-mustafa-el-hawi.  You can also read one of Moji's essays regarding the roots of today's turmoil in Iran:

Knowing the cultural history of Iran and the region helps understand how it can be protected both from colonialism and despotism- two inter-dependent sides of the same coin. We will discuss how the justice and democracy movement in Iran began and the obstacles it now faces.  

We will discuss how Soldiers For Peace around the world can support our Iranian brothers and sisters in their struggle for freedom, justice and peace, even as we work for "integrated good" in our own nations.

SFPI Radio is the international talk show designed to allow those struggling for social justice around the world to talk to each other about how we can support efforts to promote justice, democracy and peace in every nation.