Aggregator

RURAL WAR ROOM RADIO: Arkansas Parachute Show Pt 3, Segment 1

1 week ago
Bands & Artists from Arkansas Part 3 - Donavan Suitt spins records & cds from his personal collection. RWR was founded in 2005! Catch each four-hour weekly radio broadcast 7:00 PM central time from KABF 88.3 FM Little Rock, Arkansas, for at least four hours. Also on KAOS Radio Austin, Texas; KTHS Radio Hot Springs, Ar; KBOG Radio Bandon, Oregon; KOCF Radio, Vernan, Oregon; and others. Details on the international works of Rural War Room - TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Soundcloud, others. Buy albums by the Rural War Room cyberband + other acts on the RWR Label on AppleMusic & Amazon. http://www.RuralWarRoom.com @ruralwarroom
Rural War Room

RURAL WAR ROOM RADIO: Arkansas Parachute Show Pt 4, Segment 1

1 week ago
Bands & Artists from Arkansas Part 4 - Donavan Suitt spins records & cds from his personal collection. RWR was founded in 2005! Catch each four-hour weekly radio broadcast 7:00 PM central time from KABF 88.3 FM Little Rock, Arkansas, for at least four hours. Also on KAOS Radio Austin, Texas; KTHS Radio Hot Springs, Ar; KBOG Radio Bandon, Oregon; KOCF Radio, Vernan, Oregon; and others. Details on the international works of Rural War Room - TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Soundcloud, others. Buy albums by the Rural War Room cyberband + other acts on the RWR Label on AppleMusic & Amazon. http://www.RuralWarRoom.com @ruralwarroom
Rural War Room

Taylor Report: Ukraine: Russia is not the problem, Segment 1

1 week ago
1. Desmond Tutu The late Archbishop Desmond Tutu was not just a one-issue politician. He strongly supported the Palestinian cause, something completely ignored in the eulogies of him by Western politicians and media. He also called for the burial of skeletons of victims of the events of 1994 in Rwanda. 2. Ukraine Take the news items with a grain of salt. In 1939, Hitler claimed that the Poles were not only massing on the German border, but also attacked German border guards on the frontier. These lies provided the pretext for the start of WWII. The Ukrainian Defense Minister recently called upon Canada and the U.S. to send troops immediately because Ukrainians needed trustworthy "Anglo-Saxons." On the other hand, the Minister said that the French and Germans were untrustworthy because their governments wanted to find an accommodation with Russia. No media followed up on the bigoted notions of the Ukrainian minister, though he was quoted in a page one article in the Globe and Mail, nor was the story repeated. Anglo-Saxon reticence? 3. Xinjiang Former President of World Uyghur Congress and prominent spokesperson, Rebiya Kadeer, visited Yasukuni Shrine which contains the remains of 1,068 convicted war criminals on May 12, 2012. She did so as a gesture of solidarity with the reactionary right of Japan which still seeks to justify Japanese aggression which led to WW2. The shrine is never visited by representatives of countries that fought Japan. 4. Latakia Syria managed to rally its people, and, with the help of its allies, Russia, China, Hezbollah, Iran, to defeat most of the terrorist proxy armies of the West. Now, Israel has begun to attack the Syrian port city of Latakia, while the US maintains its occupation of the oil fields of Syria's North-East. However, the support network for the terrorists is unravelling. Turkey's economy has tanked and its leader, Erdogan, has plummeted in the polls. Saudi Clown Prince, MBS, is also losing his war on Yemen and might bring about the demise of the monarchy in Saudi Arabia.
Anonymous

RURAL WAR ROOM RADIO: Arkansas Parachute Show Pt 5, Segment 1

1 week ago
Bands & Artists from Arkansas Part 5 - Donavan Suitt spins records & cds from his personal collection. RWR was founded in 2005! Catch each four-hour weekly radio broadcast 7:00 PM central time from KABF 88.3 FM Little Rock, Arkansas, for at least four hours. Also on KAOS Radio Austin, Texas; KTHS Radio Hot Springs, Ar; KBOG Radio Bandon, Oregon; KOCF Radio, Vernan, Oregon; and others. Details on the international works of Rural War Room - TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Soundcloud, others. Buy albums by the Rural War Room cyberband + other acts on the RWR Label on AppleMusic & Amazon. http://www.RuralWarRoom.com @ruralwarroom
Rural War Room

This Week In Palestine: A Canary interview with Ilan Pappe; our past co-host Samer Jaber, blackballed for speaking out, Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Our feature presentation is an interview of Israeli historian, Ilan Pappe, by British journalist Peter Bolton on the Canary Channel in the United Kingdom. (UK’s Canary has nothing whatever to do with The Israeli Lobby’s Canary Mission Black List. The Canary is a left-leaning UK-based online publication and is generally critical of Israel and is pro-Palestinian in its coverage.) Among the issues thoroughly discussed: why Pappe’s “one democratic state” is right and achievable, especially versus the so-called “two-state solution” advocated by Professor Norman Finkelstein and numerous US politicians. Reference is made to the analogous issue in South Africa. Before that interview, we read an unsettling Mondoweiss article by our former co-host Samer Jaber. He recounts his courageous speaking out and the PA's outrageous punishment of him for doing so. Worse, after his friend suggested to NGO donors to the PA that they postpone their funding until after the legislative elections that Abbas had summarily canceled, his friend was abducted and murdered by PA "security."
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)

TUC Radio: Debt, The First 5,000 Years, David Graeber in conversation with Charlie Rose, Segment 2

1 week 1 day ago
The name of the anthropologist David Graeber came - again - into huge prominence at the end of 2021 when the book he coauthored with archaeologist David Wengrow was published. “The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity” is described as a “dramatically new understanding of human history, challenging our most fundamental assumptions about social evolution — from the development of agriculture and cities to the origins of the state, democracy, and inequality — and revealing new possibilities for human emancipation”. Sadly, David Graeber is not present to enjoy the acclaim or to participate in debates about the many provocative ideas laid out in the 704 page book. He died only weeks after finishing the book on September 2, 2020. He was 59 years young. A professor of anthropology at the London School of Economics, Graeber taught anarchism and anti-capitalist movements. “He was a hugely influential anthropologist, political activist and public intellectual,″ said Professor Laura Bear, head of the anthropology department at the London School of Economics. “Our community of staff and students will not be the same now he is gone, but we know his brilliant work will be read by generations to come.” David Graeber was an assistant professor at Yale University from 1998 to 2005, when the university, controversially, decided not to renew his contract before he was eligible for tenure. Graeber moved into what he called “academic exile” in the UK, first to the University of London and finally the London School of Economics. David Graeber’s 2011 book “Debt: The First 5,000 Years” was an anti-capitalist analysis that struck a chord with many readers in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. Another response to the 2008 crisis was Graeber’s participation in the Occupy Wall Street movement, that began in Zuccotti Park in New York City’s Wall Street Financial District, in September 2011 - the same year Graeber’s book “Debt: The First 5,000 Years” was published. It gave rise to the wider Occupy Movement in the United States and other countries. In late December, 2021, a long lost interview showed up on YouTube that was conducted by television journalist and talk show host Charlie Rose. There is no exact date associated with this 23 minute clip but the topic is Graeber’s book “Debt: The First 5,000 Years” published in 2011. And Charlie Rose is asking Graeber about Debt, Occupy Wall Street, Democracy, and Capitalism.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Debt, The First 5,000 Years, David Graeber in conversation with Charlie Rose, Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
The name of the anthropologist David Graeber came - again - into huge prominence at the end of 2021 when the book he coauthored with archaeologist David Wengrow was published. “The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity” is described as a “dramatically new understanding of human history, challenging our most fundamental assumptions about social evolution — from the development of agriculture and cities to the origins of the state, democracy, and inequality — and revealing new possibilities for human emancipation”. Sadly, David Graeber is not present to enjoy the acclaim or to participate in debates about the many provocative ideas laid out in the 704 page book. He died only weeks after finishing the book on September 2, 2020. He was 59 years young. A professor of anthropology at the London School of Economics, Graeber taught anarchism and anti-capitalist movements. “He was a hugely influential anthropologist, political activist and public intellectual,″ said Professor Laura Bear, head of the anthropology department at the London School of Economics. “Our community of staff and students will not be the same now he is gone, but we know his brilliant work will be read by generations to come.” David Graeber was an assistant professor at Yale University from 1998 to 2005, when the university, controversially, decided not to renew his contract before he was eligible for tenure. Graeber moved into what he called “academic exile” in the UK, first to the University of London and finally the London School of Economics. David Graeber’s 2011 book “Debt: The First 5,000 Years” was an anti-capitalist analysis that struck a chord with many readers in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. Another response to the 2008 crisis was Graeber’s participation in the Occupy Wall Street movement, that began in Zuccotti Park in New York City’s Wall Street Financial District, in September 2011 - the same year Graeber’s book “Debt: The First 5,000 Years” was published. It gave rise to the wider Occupy Movement in the United States and other countries. In late December, 2021, a long lost interview showed up on YouTube that was conducted by television journalist and talk show host Charlie Rose. There is no exact date associated with this 23 minute clip but the topic is Graeber’s book “Debt: The First 5,000 Years” published in 2011. And Charlie Rose is asking Graeber about Debt, Occupy Wall Street, Democracy, and Capitalism.
Maria Gilardin

Sea Change Radio: Bob Berwyn of Inside Climate News on the New Normal, Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
The Marshall Fire that swept through the Boulder, Colorado area in the last days of 2021 seemed to be an aberration - a destructive wildfire raging while just a few miles away, skiers took turns through Rocky Mountain powder. But as we are learning on a daily basis, climate change predictably creates unpredictable weather events. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to Bob Berwyn of Inside Climate News to learn what this fire that destroyed over one thousand homes reveals to us about the new normal.
Sea Change Radio

The Michael Slate Show: January 6, the Failed Coup, the Past Year and the Future that is Possible, with Noche Diaz, National Spokesperson for the Revolution Club. Plus, Voices from Refuse Fascism., Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
From a rally in Beverly Hills, January 6. Michelle Xai, a leader of the Los Angeles Revolution Club, introduces Noche Diaz gives an important statement from the Revcoms, on what's gone on in the last year, why revolution is necessary, and why we are living in a time when revolution may be possible. We follow that with more voices from 2021: The Refuse Fascism Year in Review. We'll hear Eric Boehlert. Walden Bello, Brynn Tannehill, Wajahat Ali, David Atkins, Tony Norman and Carol Anderson.
Michael Slate

Cool Solutions: New Year's Pledge Helps Millions Eat Healthier, Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Veganuary's month long diet challenge is remarkably effective at enticing people to try (and keep eating) more plant based meals.  Current levels of meat and dairy consumption are incompatible with a stable climate, yet many who understand this still find it difficult to to change our diets. You don't have to be vegan to cut your carbon foodprint. Small steps can make a big difference.
Wendy Ring

Building Bridges: EDUCATION UNION PRES. SAYS: "WE'RE READY TO TURN UP THAT HEAT" , Segment 1

1 week 2 days ago
Education Union Pres. Says: "We're ready to turn up that heat" Becky Pringle, fierce social justice warrior, defender of educator rights, and unrelenting advocate for all students and communities of color, the new president of the more than 2-million-member National Education Association set the stage for her tenure with a tweet that ended like this: We are ready to turn up that heat. Lets find out how hot its about to get
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Latin Waves : interviews Author/Educator Dr Michael Lebowitz, Segment 1

1 week 2 days ago
In Between Capitalism and Community, Lebowitz demonstrates that capitalism contains within itself elements of a different society, one of community. Host Sylvia Richardson speaks to Dr Lebowitz about how capitalism creates accumulation but overlooked is how capitalism also deforms and changes those who work within it. How the communal councils in Venezuela profoundly changed those who worked within them and how struggle changes those for fight for it. Within the experience of struggle is embodied resilience, Support Latin Waves by becoming a member for as little as $1 per month. www.latinwavesmedia.com.
latinwaves@gmail.com

This Way Out: Denise Ho Jailed & Farewell, bell & global LGBTQ news!, Segment 1

1 week 2 days ago
A ringing remembrance for queer Black feminist theorist bell hooks; lesbian Cantopop star Denise Ho is busted in a Hong Kong indy press raid; Senegal's legislature nixes tougher anti-queer laws, two tortured Tunisian gays seek sex crime repeal, the U.K. expands "Turing's Law" pardon eligibility, Israel opens surrogacy services to queer couples, a Taiwan court grants adoption rights to a gay co-dad, Cuba proposes a new pro-marriage equality Family Code, and India’s major matchmaking site opens to LGBTQ hopefuls! All that — and more this week — when you choose "This Way Out": the world’s audio oasis for queer news and culture.
Lucia Chappelle

The Mix Sessions Hour 2: 285 - The Mix Sessions Hour 2, Segment 1

1 week 2 days ago
The Mix Sessions brings you Trip Hop, Drum & Bass and House music weekly. Each 58 min show (part 1 & 2) is 50% CanCon and can be played individually or together in a 2 hr block with room for PSA's. IF YOU HAVE DOWNLOAD PROBLEMS ON THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE SHOW DIRECTLY FROM OUR SITE: http://amplifiedradio.ca/download CONTACT: sean@amplifiedradio.ca
Amplified Radio Network