A-Infos Radio Project

The Michael Slate Show: Sunsara Taylor Speaks on Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights, a New Organization Initiated by Herself and Others, Segment 1

9 hours 12 minutes ago
Sunsara Taylor is one of the initiators of Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights. Its website states, WE REFUSE TO LET THE U.S. SUPREME COURT DENY WOMEN’S HUMANITY AND DECIMATE THEIR RIGHTS! WE CALL ON EVERYONE TO JOIN US IN FIGHTING FOR: ABORTION ON DEMAND AND WITHOUT APOLOGY! Now is the time for everyone who believes that women and girls are full human beings – not incubators – to act to prevent a great horror.
Michael Slate

TUC Radio: Conversation between Brian Eno and David Graeber, Segment 2

12 hours 38 minutes ago
Even though Brian Eno and David Graeber both had become internationally famous by 2014, the musician, visual artist and culture critic Brian Eno and the Professor of anthropology, author and co-founder of Occupy Wall street, David Graeber had not yet met in person. And here, thanks to the creative concepts of Artangel, they met on stage for an improvised conversation. Artangel is a London-based arts organization that has - since 1985 - commissioned and produced notable site-specific works in unexpected places, plus several projects for TV, film, radio and the web. Michael Morris is the co-director. He is introducing Brian Eno and David Graeber. These are excerpts of their 80 minute conversation on Occupy Wall street, democracy compared to anarchism, and the need to protect the first amendment right of assembly from police permits and superior rights of traffic and automobiles. This event was hosted by Artangel at the Royal Geographical Society, London, on October 7, 2014. Find their work - including the 80 minute version of this conversation on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuBpOXGLn_o
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Conversation between Brian Eno and David Graeber, Segment 1

12 hours 38 minutes ago
Even though Brian Eno and David Graeber both had become internationally famous by 2014, the musician, visual artist and culture critic Brian Eno and the Professor of anthropology, author and co-founder of Occupy Wall street, David Graeber had not yet met in person. And here, thanks to the creative concepts of Artangel, they met on stage for an improvised conversation. Artangel is a London-based arts organization that has - since 1985 - commissioned and produced notable site-specific works in unexpected places, plus several projects for TV, film, radio and the web. Michael Morris is the co-director. He is introducing Brian Eno and David Graeber. These are excerpts of their 80 minute conversation on Occupy Wall street, democracy compared to anarchism, and the need to protect the first amendment right of assembly from police permits and superior rights of traffic and automobiles. This event was hosted by Artangel at the Royal Geographical Society, London, on October 7, 2014. Find their work - including the 80 minute version of this conversation on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuBpOXGLn_o
Maria Gilardin

Sea Change Radio: Celia Ouellette: The Business of Punishment in America (re-broadcast), Segment 1

15 hours 28 minutes ago
People sometimes like to quote that Bible passage about “an eye for an eye” when justifying a punitive criminal justice system focused on retribution and vengeance. Others like to repeat a saying often attributed to Ghandi, that “an eye for an eye will leave the whole world blind.” This week on Sea Change Radio, we get philosophical about crime and punishment. Our guest today is Celia Ouellette, a human rights lawyer and CEO of the nonprofit Responsible Business Initiative for Justice. Within the scope of her organization’s campaigns, we take a critical look at the American prison industrial complex and private prisons, the ineffectiveness of the death penalty, and the draconian practice of locking juveniles up for life.
Sea Change Radio

Latin Waves : interviews author/activist Silvia Federici, Segment 1

17 hours 18 minutes ago
Latin waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Silvia Federici author of Revolution at Ground Zero. The zero point of revolution is our social relations, the violence of capitalism as our primary organizing system has normalized slavery, repression, control, and surveillance of brown and black people. We speak of pandemic but the virus that is killing society is a man made system of exploitation, and injustice. We must remember our ability to re-enchant the world, to envision a society with justice. She speaks of a new Indigenization of our social movements. Support Latin Waves by becoming a member for as little as $1 per month. www.latinwavesmedia.com
latinwaves@gmail.com

Building Bridges: THE REVOLUTIONARY KING: MLK'S THE THREE EVILS OF SOCIETY, "THE SICKNESS OF RACISM, MATERIALISM & MILITARISM" , Segment 1

19 hours 49 minutes ago
The Revolutionary King: MLKs The Three Evils of Society, "the sickness of racism, excessive materialism and militarism" and his prophetic work then for the path forward today! with Dr. Clayborne Carson, African American professor of history at Stanford University, and director of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute. Since 1985 he has directed the Martin Luther King Papers Project, a long-term project to edit and publish the papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. For anyone that is preoccupied with the current local-global condition affecting the human family with the visible ravages of racism eating at our soul, poverty's death march and the ever expanding military industrial complex cancer devouring everything in sight our two-hour special The Revolutionary King will truly aid us on our journey to become more affective agents for social change. On Aug. 31, 1967, Reverend Martin Luther King delivered The Three Evils of Society speech at the National Conference on New Politics, which is the most prophetic and revolutionary address to date on the questions of militarism, poverty, and racism. "We are now experiencing the coming to the surface of a triple prong sickness" was how MLK framed the problem that "has been lurking within our body politic from its very beginning." Identifying "the sickness of racism, excessive materialism and militarism" and considering the three problems as the "plaque of western civilization." Dr. King understood that the Civil Rights and Black Liberation Movement was from the outset a battle against the system itself. At the time of the speech, MLK was facing increasing white opposition to black empowerment and equality, an expansion of crony capitalism and open ended commitment to military expenditures on the Vietnam war that all together led to deepening poverty and rising discontent in the African American community. The conditions in today's America and the world resemble what MLK described in "The Three Evils of Society" speech in 1967. MLK spoke of America's "schizophrenic personality on the question of race" with two conflicting personalities. One professing "the great principles of democracy" and another that practices its antithesis. Every step forward in confronting racism in America has an equal step backward, which MLK perceptively identified as the white backlash -- the "old prejudices, hostilities and ambivalences that have always been there. The white backlash of today is rooted in the same problem that has characterized America ever since the black man landed in chains on the shores of this nation." Racism, for MLK, was that "corrosive evil that will bring down western civilization" and white backlash was nothing more than good old White Supremacy that is never content with equality.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Talking Radical Radio: Public sector workers building power in tough times, Segment 1

23 hours 29 minutes ago
Joe Curnow is a professor in the faculty of education at the University of Manitoba, a long-time community organizer, and a member of the organizing and communications team for the University of Manitoba Faculty Association (UMFA). She talks about UMFA's recent strike, in which an organizing orientation allowed the union to accomplish quite a lot despite very challenging circumstances, and about the lessons it holds for other public sector unions.
Scott Neigh

This Way Out: Cavallo on Defense & Jenkins in Charge & more global LGBTQ news!, Segment 1

1 day 11 hours ago
Black U.S. trans activist Andrea Jenkins breaks a political glass ceiling; a homophobic chorus taunts Aussie footballer Josh Cavallo; MJ Rodriguez “Poses” for the Golden Globe Awards; Greece and France accept blood from queer male donors, Poland proposes censoring "immoral" education, Orban ties Hungary's anti-queer vote to his re-election bid, Germany appoints a commissioner for sexual and gender diversity, a South Korean court denies queer spousal health benefits, and Sydney’s gay Gentoo pair models perfect penguin parenting! Those stories — and more this week — when you discover "This Way Out": the world’s audio oasis for queer news and culture.
Lucia Chappelle

The Children's Hour: Kindness, Segment 1

1 day 11 hours ago
Imagine a world where kindness is a habit. The Kids Crew explore kindness, as a practice, science and feeling on this edition of The Children's Hour. We're joined by Lindsay Munroe, a singer-songwriter who specializes in music to build caring communities of children. Acts of kindness are more than just beneficial for the recipient, it's a gift that keeps on giving. This show is mixed with inspiring, joyful music that promotes kindness.
Katie Stone

The Richie Allen Show: Novax Djokovic cancelled, Will Boris be forced out over 'partygate?, Segment 1

2 days 2 hours ago
The president of the Serb parliament, Ivica Dacic, said he expected Australia’s immigration minister, Alex Hawke, to revoke Djokovic’s visa on Tuesday, Milivoje Pantovic reports. “Obviously the Australian authorities will decide to deport Djokovic, who will then not be able to enter Australia for the next three years,” said Dacic, a former Serbian prime minister whose Socialist Party is part of the ruling coalition. Dacic said the incident would leave “a lasting mark on relations between Serbia and Australia. “Every state has the discretionary right to refuse or allow entry to any person, but it never happens to prominent people such as Djokovic,” he said. “That is something you rarely see. In general, [Australia’s] behaviour has been shameful and disgraceful.”
Bristol Broadband Co-operative

Tapes To Astonish: Walkuman Style #314 - Some joints from Ge-Ology, Segment 1

2 days 11 hours ago
(1.) More Fire - Backburner (2.) Born 2 Live Eclipse remix instrumental - O.C. (3.) After The Show - Wordsworth, Rise, Punchline, Jedi Mind Tricks, and A.L. (4.) B-Boy - Asheru & Blu Black of the Unspoken Heard (5.) This Is What They Meant (Ge-Ology remix) - Pete Rock & Grand Agent (6.) All Alone - Truth Enola (7.) Break Through - Gauge (8.) On Anotha (remix) - Rel McCoy & Newselph (9.) Reality Check - Jigmastas ft. Shadowman, Akil, Truth E.N.O.L.A., Jet Black Ha (10.) Act Like You Know - Platinum Pied Piper ft. J-Dilla (11.) Fla La Lashe - Medina Green (12.) Wasn't For You remix - De La Soul (13.) Brooklyn - Mos Def (14.) 3D Paintings [IMAX] - SkyBlew & Navo The Maestro (15.) Traumfaenger instrumental - RG & asbeluxt (16.) Born Into It - BK Bonez
Gamma Krush

Radio Ecoshock Show: Climate to 2500 - or Get Off Earth Quick, Segment 1

2 days 14 hours ago
What will the climate be like in the year 2500? Provocative new science: mid-West wheat fields transformed to tropical palms and grassland scrub where the mighty Amazon rainforest once stood. Lead author Chris Lyon takes us deeper into the future. Then the great escape: getting off the planet before existential risk ends the human experiment. Calamity Theory" with author Joshua Schuster. Get in the time machine.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Climate to 2500 - or Get Off Earth Quick, Segment 1

2 days 14 hours ago
What will the climate be like in the year 2500? Provocative new science: mid-West wheat fields transformed to tropical palms and grassland scrub where the mighty Amazon rainforest once stood. Lead author Chris Lyon takes us deeper into the future. Then the great escape: getting off the planet before existential risk ends the human experiment. Calamity Theory" with author Joshua Schuster. Get in the time machine.
Alex Smith
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