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Latin Waves : is Capitalism Christian Dr Robert Jensen, Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
Latin waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Robert Jensen about our “dead culture” of state Fundamentalism. Jensen says that absolute beliefs that ignore life’s complexities are used to support the politics of empire. He gives examples of these, including market fundamentalism (capitalism), moral fundamentalism (of spreading ‘democracy’), or technological fundamentalism – the belief that technology will solve the environmental problems it causes. Jensen claims that capitalist fundamentalism is in fact incompatible with Christianity, which. like many the other great religions, are calls to recognize the universal human family. He describes alternative types of power that can lead to a hopeful future.
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Tapes To Astonish: Walkuman Style #248 - Yulestrumentals 2019, Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
(1.) Dream Dealer - jazzinuf (2.) pretty af - Aves (3.) Jazz at the Cove - The Sound Providers (4.) Revival - Vesa beats (5.) Desires (instrumental) - Rashad & Confidence (6.) Carmel City (instrumental) - Pete Rock (7.) Lofimas - Ameer (8.) Peanut Empire - Kunta Shytooth (9.) Though U Wuz Nice (instrumental) - Jay Dee (10.) The Hills - Aywee Tha Seed (11.) Christmas Day - Imagiro ft. Korey Wade (12.) It's Like Ella - Dirty Hairy (13.) Late Night - Sojourn (14.) Come On - Flame ft. Kid Charlamange (15.) Nur - Sultan Mir (16.) Tea Party - Soho (17.) Memory Serves (instrumental) - Terem (18.) It's a Street Fight (*looped) - Joe Quixx (19.) sopha - plusma & Von Wegen (20.) warm for the winter - middle school & Aso
Gamma Krush

New World Notes: #616 -- The Matrix: A Further Exploration, Part 2, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
Part 2 of an intriguing audio tapestry woven by Robin Upton from Unwelcome Guests' archival material. It's a fine exploration of how the forces that run the world *actually* operate in practice. And an exploration of the propaganda they generate to pacify and mislead the people. Central to this tapestry is Richard K. Moore's fine essay, "Escaping the Matrix," read by Lyn Gerry. Woven around that are several other discussions that supplement, extend, and illustrate the essay's several points.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #616 -- The Matrix: A Further Exploration, Part 2, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
Part 2 of an intriguing audio tapestry woven by Robin Upton from Unwelcome Guests' archival material. It's a fine exploration of how the forces that run the world *actually* operate in practice. And an exploration of the propaganda they generate to pacify and mislead the people. Central to this tapestry is Richard K. Moore's fine essay, "Escaping the Matrix," read by Lyn Gerry. Woven around that are several other discussions that supplement, extend, and illustrate the essay's several points.
Kenneth Dowst

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: River Christie-White of XenOart in our Spotlight Interview (Electronica) Hour 1, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music! This week Larry welcomes welcome into our Spotlight, from London, Ontario, DJ and EDM artist. Mr. River Christi-White aka Xen0art. He has just released his debut album, a mix a high energy electronica dance music entitled “The City Named My Mind.” You can find out all about XenOart on our homepage at indigenousinmusic.com and hear his music on Spotify. Music from ZenOart, Tchutchu, Stoik, Aleh Belle, Ana Tijoux, DJ Krayzkree, Suavemente, Una Mas Trio, Elastic Bond, Mexican Institute of Sound, DJ Shub, Northern Cree Singers, Black Bear, A Tribe Called Red, nehiyawak, Soda Stereo, Khu.eex, Irv Lyons Jr, Murray Porter, The Cody Blackbird Band, Eagle & Hawk, Shawn Michael Perry, QVLN, The Jerry Cans, Mexican Institute of Sound, Crystal Shawanda, Jessica Hernandez, Janel Munoa, Nortec Collective, Latin Vibe and much much more. You can now join us and become a RADIO TRIBAL member of the Indigenous in Music family....If you love our show, you can now show your support join us today! Visit us at our music page indigenousinmusic.com
Anonymous

Human Rights Rally in Chicago: Movement for Community Control Of Police - Situation Report Chicago, Segment 1

3 weeks 5 days ago
Human Rights Rally ahead of the refounding conference of the National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression in Chicago. Angelia Davis keynote address in 2nd part. Following the welcome by the Vice President of the Chicago Teachers Union, Stacey Davis Gates, speakers include activist, old and new, who continue to engage against repressive authorities and white supremacy for the rights of their own communities as well as those of others; Puerto Rico, Palestine, Native American, Black , Latino and Chicago school children are mentioned. Armanda Schakelford whose son was tortured by John Burge detectives into confessing to a double murder speaks of her and his 28 year campaign to receive justice. His conviction now overturned, he remains incarcerated by a corrupt judicial system that offers him a plea deal but not a bond and the exoneration he is due. Chicago is the fulcrum of a movement to bring racist policing to heel; to end police impunity and to implement democratic community control; the who, the what and how police interface with people in their communities and to plan for abolition. In Chicago the campaign is called CPAC, Civilian Police Accountability Council. With its roots in 1619 when people transported in chains to labor in the US were organizing to be free of those chains, as their decedents today fight to end the crimes committed by racist police on themselves and community, in their demand to exercise their democratic right to control over the policing of their communities and an end to police impunity. The CPAC movement has changed the political landscape in Chicago. Following the last election, 40% of the Chicago City Council support the Ordinance that would implement it.The coalition behind it has won historic gains for survivors of police torture and judicial complicity, both at the city and State level. It forced the system to charge and prosecute the cop who murdered teenager Laquan McDonald in spite of the smears and political bullying of the racist Fraternal Order of Police. Speakers in this recording represent the 1st half of the program line up. Angelia Davis keynote in 2nd part. http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/104424
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