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indigenous in Music with Larry K: Nadjiwan in our Spotlight Interview (Rock) Hour 1, Segment 1

2 months 3 weeks ago
Encore Presentation: Welcome to Indigenous in Music! This week Larry welcomes Taos, New Mexico Thana Redhawk. She is a published poet and award winning spoken word artist. Shell be stopping by to tell us all about her album Fires of Thunder. You can find out all about her and hear her music on her homepage at thanaredhawk.com. Music from Thana Redhawk, Gina Lorning, Q052, Angela Amarualik, Buggin Malone, Chris Ferree, Ed Koban, Mike Bern, Stolen Identity, The Isley Brothers, Santana, Stolen Identity, Shon Denay, Khu'eex, QVLN, Locos Por Juana, DJ Shub, Anachnid, Tchutchu, Esther Pennell, JC Campbell, Rosary Spence, Vilda, Mike Paul, Nadjiwan, Cary Morin, Twin Flames and much much more. Visit us on our music page at www.IndigenousinMusic.com and our homepage at www.indigenousinMusicandArts.org. We have underwriting and opportunities available. We are a non-profit, section 501(c) (3).
Anonymous

WHFM: Herman's Radio & Record Room #6, Segment 1

2 months 3 weeks ago
My dad Herman Frederick Moe was a radio repairman and engineer, a country & western "cowboy singer", and rustic guitar player. He performed in the late 1930’s on live radio before he enlisted in World War II as a radio-telephone technician. This show is my homage to him. My father was a radio engineer and electrician; yet he loved the other side of radio as well – the listening side – it kept him company during many lonesome nights in the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s & 60's. From my imagination to your ears – it’s WHFM – vintage music & radio shows from mid century America. This is music that I believe he would have enjoyed.
Frederick Moe

THE THUNDERBOLT: TBR 200626 — Omnicide 2X, Segment 1

2 months 3 weeks ago
This week’s archive radio show reveals some legacies and the current realities that grew from those legacies. Then this week’s feature piece describes the end of journalism and free speech in America. No quarter is asked — and none is given. Welcome to the Thunderbolt!
Dancing Angel Media

THE THUNDERBOLT: TBR 200626 — Omnicide 2X, Segment 1

2 months 3 weeks ago
This week’s archive radio show reveals some legacies and the current realities that grew from those legacies. Then this week’s feature piece describes the end of journalism and free speech in America. No quarter is asked — and none is given. Welcome to the Thunderbolt!
Dancing Angel Media

Chicago Protests Continue - Demand Community Control Over Policing , Segment 1

2 months 3 weeks ago
Protests following the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police continue in Chicago where the demand to end racist policing and CPD impunity for crimes committed under color of law is long standing. This recording of the first three speakers at a rally to pressure elected officials to listen to the people, took place out side Chicago's City Hall where the Mayor was holding a virtual Council meeting; one of the items to be submitted, the CPAC Ordinance, would historically change the power dynamics, enabling community control over how their community would be policed. A forty car caravan nosily circled city hall during the rally. Historic changes are under way that the mayor and some aldermen are trying to block. Chicago has a sordid history of unaccountable police protected by a corrupt system for which past and current elected public officials are responsible. I spoke briefly with a torture survivor who was framed at sixteen for murder and sentenced to natural life in prison. After 28 years his conviction was overturned in 2009 after his case was taken up by activists from CAARPR. He comments on a new community commission on police use of force that the Mayor has made him a part of, along with Arewa Winters whose great nephew, Pierre Loury, was killed by Chicago police. But more aldermen are feeling the heat. They are lifting ideas from CPAC to talk about the alternative ordinance, GAPA, that they and the Mayor have been trying to ram through as a solution to the policing crisis. But GAPA, for all its simulacra of reform, fails to transfer real power to the community to empower it to control the conditions of its own safety. Health clinics, good schools, resources for children and adults, access to wellness care and good housing and nutrition are what makes a community safer, not more cops with guns is the message that the Mayor, like minded aldermen and Chicago financial and real estate elites are refusing to hear.
Dale Lehman/WZRD