Net Neutrality with Gordon Dymowski; Future of Palestine with Miko Peled

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Show Summary:

In the first half, we meet Gordon Dymowski to learn more about net neutrality. He's a writer and consultant with a lot of internet experience. We learn that the issue of net neutrality affects all of us in multiple ways.


In the second half, we speak with Miko Peled. He was born an Israeli but began questioning the whole concept of Israel, and he now speaks out against apartheid in favor of a democratic one-state solution.


Guest: Gordon Dymowski

Guest: Miko Peled

Host/Producer: Tariq I. El-Amin

Executive Producer: Abdul Malik Mujahid


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Executive Producer: Abdul Malik Mujahid

Host(s): Tariq I El-Amin


Gordon Dymowski

Gordon Dymowski is a Chicago area writer/blogger/marketing consultant who helps organizations build stronger online and offline communities and engage their advocates. With a strong focus on technology and social change, Gordon started as a non-profit program administrator and currently works as a freelance consultant/writer.  His past efforts since moving back to Chicago include raising over $12,000 for the Northern Illinois Food Bank as auction director for Chicago TARDIS, working with Chicago Red Cross, organizing for Netsquared Chicago, and serving on the board of Chicago Nerd Social Club. As a writer, Gordon has had several short stories published in various anthologies, and his blog for Chicago Now, One Cause At A Time, focuses on efforts to use technology to drive social change in the city. For an overview of his professional efforts and activities, please visit his web site at or e-mail him at

Miko Peled

Miko Peled is an Israeli writer and human rights activist living in the US. He was born and

raised in Jerusalem. He is considered by many to be one of the clearest voices calling

for justice in Palestine, Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions, (BDS) and the creation of a single

democracy with equal rights on all of historic Palestine.


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