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Lost At Sea: December 29, 2018 (Bill Cosby), Segment 1

3 months ago
Lost at Sea is a show currently airing on Free Radio Santa Cruz. It has music, sound clips and assorted randomness. Tracklist: 1. Zager and Evans - In the Year 2525 2. Tony Orlando and Dawn - Tie a Yellow RIbbon Round the Ole Oak Tree 3. Belle and Sebastian - The Stars of Track and Field 4. How to Destroy Angels - And the Sky Began to Scream 5. Gravediggaz - 6 Feet Deep 6. Eric B and Rakim - Step Back 7. Fleetwood Mac - Love in Store 8. Deee-Lite - I Had a Dream I Was Falling Through a Hole in the Ozone Layer 9. Iron Maiden - Flight of Icarus deliciousdemonhouse@gmail.com
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Building Bridges: Immigrants Are Welcome Here!; NYC Rally , Segment 1

3 months ago
Immigrants Are Welcome Here! Abolish ICE, Stop Deportations, Shut Detention Centers, Close the Camps, Release the Detainees NOW! with immigrant/migrant families and their supporters " the participants in the Lights for Liberty rally for immigrants rights Oscar Chacn, Executive Director of Alianza Americas : It strains credulity that DHS would argue that it is pursuing the rule of law, knowing that 90% of the people with orders of deportation have received them in absentia"many of them with clear violations of due process. In reality, this is just another example of a hate-driven action, aimed at sowing fear and division in communities, and rousing the base for Trumps electoral campaign. The Trump Administration was already caught in a lie this week about its motivations for the citizenship question on the census. Perhaps Mr. Trump is hoping to divert attention from that or from the horrors that our policies are wreaking on asylum-seeking families now waiting in danger in Mexico, or detained in the United States. Or perhaps the corporations that have become rich on the misery of detaining migrants simply demand even larger profit margins. Last week, Congress- with support of Democrats and Republicans- passed an irresponsible budget supplemental bill giving the Administration a blank check for billions of dollars toward border security and migration enforcement. We cannot turn a blind eye to the actions being taken against our immigrant neighbors, and against those who seek our protection. The real crisis is the one created by our own policies" both the practice of turning away legitimate requests for humanitarian protection and the long-term impacts of economic and social exclusion that our nation has played a central role in putting in place. Now is the time for people of good faith all over the country to stand up and stand together. Yes, we must close the concentration camps. We must stop the raids and protect people seeking safety. But that is just a start. Decades of failed US policies and interventions have contributed to the very conditions driving people in Central American nations to flee in search of a safe haven. Lets get started today on the long-term hard work of radically changing our immigration policy so that it is in sync with the realities of the 21st Century, recognizing the vastly positive role of immigrants and refugees. We must also embrace a new generation of people-centered development initiatives able to transform Central American nations into places where people can live in dignity and safety. Listen to the voices of those who shone a light on the unbearable conditions faced by migrants. Listen to the voices and hear the outrage over the administrations wholesale detention and deportation policies. Listen to the voices of the thousands who in a resounding chorus said We Will Harbor You
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Building Bridges: Immigrants Are Welcome Here!; NYC Rally , Segment 1

3 months ago
Immigrants Are Welcome Here! Abolish ICE, Stop Deportations, Shut Detention Centers, Close the Camps, Release the Detainees NOW! with immigrant/migrant families and their supporters " the participants in the Lights for Liberty rally for immigrants rights Oscar Chacn, Executive Director of Alianza Americas : It strains credulity that DHS would argue that it is pursuing the rule of law, knowing that 90% of the people with orders of deportation have received them in absentia"many of them with clear violations of due process. In reality, this is just another example of a hate-driven action, aimed at sowing fear and division in communities, and rousing the base for Trumps electoral campaign. The Trump Administration was already caught in a lie this week about its motivations for the citizenship question on the census. Perhaps Mr. Trump is hoping to divert attention from that or from the horrors that our policies are wreaking on asylum-seeking families now waiting in danger in Mexico, or detained in the United States. Or perhaps the corporations that have become rich on the misery of detaining migrants simply demand even larger profit margins. Last week, Congress- with support of Democrats and Republicans- passed an irresponsible budget supplemental bill giving the Administration a blank check for billions of dollars toward border security and migration enforcement. We cannot turn a blind eye to the actions being taken against our immigrant neighbors, and against those who seek our protection. The real crisis is the one created by our own policies" both the practice of turning away legitimate requests for humanitarian protection and the long-term impacts of economic and social exclusion that our nation has played a central role in putting in place. Now is the time for people of good faith all over the country to stand up and stand together. Yes, we must close the concentration camps. We must stop the raids and protect people seeking safety. But that is just a start. Decades of failed US policies and interventions have contributed to the very conditions driving people in Central American nations to flee in search of a safe haven. Lets get started today on the long-term hard work of radically changing our immigration policy so that it is in sync with the realities of the 21st Century, recognizing the vastly positive role of immigrants and refugees. We must also embrace a new generation of people-centered development initiatives able to transform Central American nations into places where people can live in dignity and safety. Listen to the voices of those who shone a light on the unbearable conditions faced by migrants. Listen to the voices and hear the outrage over the administrations wholesale detention and deportation policies. Listen to the voices of the thousands who in a resounding chorus said We Will Harbor You
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg