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New World Notes: #583 -- James G. Anderson on Climate Change, Part 2 (R), Segment 1

2 weeks 2 days ago
More clear, cogent--and even somewhat optimistic--discussion of climate change by Harvard scientist James G. Anderson. This week's topics include how vulnerable the U.S. is to the effects of climate change, what steps need to be taken to head off disaster, and how to persuade the American people to act. Plus a short talk on climate and the environment by political scientist Michael Parenti (2006) and a song by David Rovics.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #583 -- James G. Anderson on Climate Change, Part 2 (R), Segment 1

2 weeks 2 days ago
More clear, cogent--and even somewhat optimistic--discussion of climate change by Harvard scientist James G. Anderson. This week's topics include how vulnerable the U.S. is to the effects of climate change, what steps need to be taken to head off disaster, and how to persuade the American people to act. Plus a short talk on climate and the environment by political scientist Michael Parenti (2006) and a song by David Rovics.
Kenneth Dowst

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: JUQ in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 6

2 weeks 2 days ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from the Pine Ridge Indian Nation, singer, songwriter, and performer, Mr JUQ. You can find out about him and hear his new “Lakota Pop album “Bunniez n’ Bearz,” exclusively at Indigenous in Music.com. Enjoy music from JUQ, Artson, Quese Imc, Supaman, Joey Stylez, DJ Shub, Dragonette, VILDA, Dj Bitman, Once A Tree, Chris Feree, De Madregada, Banda Black Rio, Bert Malcom, Irv Lyons Jr., Crystal Shawanda, Murray Porter Los Fabulosos, Freightrain, The Gary Sappier Band, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros, Wayne Lavallee, Gina Loring, iskwe, Santana, Tonemah, Jasmine Netsena, Young Medicine, Jamie Coon, Leela Gilday, Matt Comeau and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
Anonymous

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: JUQ in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 5

2 weeks 2 days ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from the Pine Ridge Indian Nation, singer, songwriter, and performer, Mr JUQ. You can find out about him and hear his new “Lakota Pop album “Bunniez n’ Bearz,” exclusively at Indigenous in Music.com. Enjoy music from JUQ, Artson, Quese Imc, Supaman, Joey Stylez, DJ Shub, Dragonette, VILDA, Dj Bitman, Once A Tree, Chris Feree, De Madregada, Banda Black Rio, Bert Malcom, Irv Lyons Jr., Crystal Shawanda, Murray Porter Los Fabulosos, Freightrain, The Gary Sappier Band, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros, Wayne Lavallee, Gina Loring, iskwe, Santana, Tonemah, Jasmine Netsena, Young Medicine, Jamie Coon, Leela Gilday, Matt Comeau and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
Anonymous

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: JUQ in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 4

2 weeks 2 days ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from the Pine Ridge Indian Nation, singer, songwriter, and performer, Mr JUQ. You can find out about him and hear his new “Lakota Pop album “Bunniez n’ Bearz,” exclusively at Indigenous in Music.com. Enjoy music from JUQ, Artson, Quese Imc, Supaman, Joey Stylez, DJ Shub, Dragonette, VILDA, Dj Bitman, Once A Tree, Chris Feree, De Madregada, Banda Black Rio, Bert Malcom, Irv Lyons Jr., Crystal Shawanda, Murray Porter Los Fabulosos, Freightrain, The Gary Sappier Band, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros, Wayne Lavallee, Gina Loring, iskwe, Santana, Tonemah, Jasmine Netsena, Young Medicine, Jamie Coon, Leela Gilday, Matt Comeau and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
Anonymous

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: JUQ in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 3

2 weeks 2 days ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from the Pine Ridge Indian Nation, singer, songwriter, and performer, Mr JUQ. You can find out about him and hear his new “Lakota Pop album “Bunniez n’ Bearz,” exclusively at Indigenous in Music.com. Enjoy music from JUQ, Artson, Quese Imc, Supaman, Joey Stylez, DJ Shub, Dragonette, VILDA, Dj Bitman, Once A Tree, Chris Feree, De Madregada, Banda Black Rio, Bert Malcom, Irv Lyons Jr., Crystal Shawanda, Murray Porter Los Fabulosos, Freightrain, The Gary Sappier Band, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros, Wayne Lavallee, Gina Loring, iskwe, Santana, Tonemah, Jasmine Netsena, Young Medicine, Jamie Coon, Leela Gilday, Matt Comeau and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
Anonymous

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: JUQ in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 2

2 weeks 2 days ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from the Pine Ridge Indian Nation, singer, songwriter, and performer, Mr JUQ. You can find out about him and hear his new “Lakota Pop album “Bunniez n’ Bearz,” exclusively at Indigenous in Music.com. Enjoy music from JUQ, Artson, Quese Imc, Supaman, Joey Stylez, DJ Shub, Dragonette, VILDA, Dj Bitman, Once A Tree, Chris Feree, De Madregada, Banda Black Rio, Bert Malcom, Irv Lyons Jr., Crystal Shawanda, Murray Porter Los Fabulosos, Freightrain, The Gary Sappier Band, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros, Wayne Lavallee, Gina Loring, iskwe, Santana, Tonemah, Jasmine Netsena, Young Medicine, Jamie Coon, Leela Gilday, Matt Comeau and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
Anonymous

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: JUQ in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 1

2 weeks 2 days ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from the Pine Ridge Indian Nation, singer, songwriter, and performer, Mr JUQ. You can find out about him and hear his new “Lakota Pop album “Bunniez n’ Bearz,” exclusively at Indigenous in Music.com. Enjoy music from JUQ, Artson, Quese Imc, Supaman, Joey Stylez, DJ Shub, Dragonette, VILDA, Dj Bitman, Once A Tree, Chris Feree, De Madregada, Banda Black Rio, Bert Malcom, Irv Lyons Jr., Crystal Shawanda, Murray Porter Los Fabulosos, Freightrain, The Gary Sappier Band, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros, Wayne Lavallee, Gina Loring, iskwe, Santana, Tonemah, Jasmine Netsena, Young Medicine, Jamie Coon, Leela Gilday, Matt Comeau and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
Anonymous

Israeli Colonialism & the Occupied Palestinian Territories...Past, Present, and Future, Segment 1

2 weeks 2 days ago
Amria Hass spoke about the similarities of the United States and Israel; both are colonial settler States that practiced ethnic cleansing while Israel has yet to achieve the genocide of its native population that occurred in the United States. There are lots of similarities she sees when visiting the United States. Hass is the daughter of two Holocaust survivors who preferred to return to their homes in Europe following The Second World War only to find that Nazi antisemitism had infected their communities. They went to Israel as the best of no choice as a place to restart their lives. Both her parents were Communist who did not ascribe to the racist white supremacist values that motivated the core of Zionist leadership and the Israelis in the new State who came to dominate it's politics; always maneuvering with the intent to take all of Palestine, displacing as many Arabs as possible. She recounts a story of her father's shame of witnessing the common place looting of Palestinian fields. We are all in the same boat she said. Her journalism is her effort to not be a passive bystander to the violence that she is aware of committed against Palestinians, as her mother once recounted, German housewives stood, watching with casual indifference, when she was off loaded from a freight car into the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. The questions were off mic and difficult to hear due to the echo of the room. I have included snippets but her answers provide the gist. At least one person was upset that Amira Hass did not go far enough in condemning Israeli crimes which she responds to. Hass ended her talk with her concerned that the people advocating for war in Israel or the region will use that war, as they have done in the past, to attempt further mass expulsions of Palestinians, which we here must focus our efforts on preventing.
Dale Lehman/WZRD

People's Park 50th Anniversary Rally and Concert - April 28, 2019 - Yukon Hannibal speaks

2 weeks 2 days ago
This is the opening act of the second People’s Park 50th Anniversary rally and concert, the drumming circle. Long-time People’s Park resident/activist Yukon Hannibal speaks out on the shocking and tragic gun murder that occurred just two days before the event. The spoken work is spontaneous, emotional, and powerful. It provides good background to the current culture and political problems the park residents deal with, and the grief everyone who knew him has. (18 min.)
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