Satoko Itani, Olympics, Kansai University discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
What can possibly happen here as well. Jose, boycott want to thank you for being with us. Author of four books on the Olympics and satoko itani. Associate professor of sports gender and sexuality at Kansai University. We have 20 more seconds. What's the plans for the coming days? So the protesters will continue protesting and we have to make our voices heard because this Olympics have shown even with their even when we are in the global pandemic and we found the majority of people opposing voices, cannot be heard and Olympics must go on. And we have to keep saying no and hopefully the future Olympians, no Olympians but address this issue. So, Tony speaking to us from outside the Olympic Stadium. Where major protesters taking place coming up indigenous, leader, Winona, Laduke and off rev lives, Theoharis two, women in two different places in the United States will talk about why they were arrested this week. First, we'll go to Minnesota where Winona, Laduke has.