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Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Rylan Kabotie of Innastate in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 2

3 weeks 3 days ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Roots, Rock and Reggae in the house. Bassmon Rylan Kabotie of “Innastate will be stopping in to tell us about their new album "Verde." Listen to their music on Spotify and on their Facebook. Enjoy music from Innastate, Ozomaltli, Seu Jorge, Juan Luis Guerra, The Jerry Cans, Indian City, Ed Koban, Nuna, Gary Small and the Coyote Bros., Trippynova, Michael Franti, Kinky, De Madregada, Irv Lyons Jr., Freightrain, Tracy Lee Nelson, Crystal Shawanda, Janel Munoa, CHANCES, iskwe, Quatum Tangle, Aasiva, Nuna, Paula Lima, Locos Por Juana, Levi Platero, Digging Roots, B-Side Players 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: Rylan Kabotie of Innastate in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Roots, Rock and Reggae in the house. Bassmon Rylan Kabotie of “Innastate will be stopping in to tell us about their new album "Verde." Listen to their music on Spotify and on their Facebook. Enjoy music from Innastate, Ozomaltli, Seu Jorge, Juan Luis Guerra, The Jerry Cans, Indian City, Ed Koban, Nuna, Gary Small and the Coyote Bros., Trippynova, Michael Franti, Kinky, De Madregada, Irv Lyons Jr., Freightrain, Tracy Lee Nelson, Crystal Shawanda, Janel Munoa, CHANCES, iskwe, Quatum Tangle, Aasiva, Nuna, Paula Lima, Locos Por Juana, Levi Platero, Digging Roots, B-Side Players and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
Anonymous

New World Notes: #582 -- James G. Anderson on Climate Change, Part 1 (R), Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
Thoughtful and interesting interview with Harvard climate scientist James G. Anderson. This week, Anderson lucidly explains why "global warming" is a bad term to use (it understates the problem's scope and severity). He makes short work of the claim that climate change is natural, not man-made. And he has interesting things to say about the ozone layer ... the Kyoto Protocol ... and why electricity is the best fuel, not only for transportation but for heating too. Plus a song by David Rovics.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #582 -- James G. Anderson on Climate Change, Part 1 (R), Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
Thoughtful and interesting interview with Harvard climate scientist James G. Anderson. This week, Anderson lucidly explains why "global warming" is a bad term to use (it understates the problem's scope and severity). He makes short work of the claim that climate change is natural, not man-made. And he has interesting things to say about the ozone layer ... the Kyoto Protocol ... and why electricity is the best fuel, not only for transportation but for heating too. Plus a song by David Rovics.
Kenneth Dowst

Building Bridges: Growing Nuclear Risks in a Changing World: New Thinking and Movement Building , Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
Growing Nuclear Risks in a Changing World: New Thinking and Movement Building with Joseph Gerson who serves as AFSCs disarmament coordinator, as director of programs in New England, and as director of the Peace and Economic Security Program. Joseph plays a leading role in building collaborations among U.S., Asian, and European peace and nuclear weapons abolition movements. His program work focuses on challenging and overcoming U.S. global hegemony, including its preparations for and threats to initiate nuclear war and its military domination of the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. He is also the author of the renowned Empire and the Bomb. We're now in the post-post Cold War era, an interregnum marked by major geopolitical changes, uncertainty, and an unrestrained nuclear arms race. In the wake of the collapse of the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty (Trump was first to pull the plug,) and the U.S., Russia and China on the brink of a dangerous unrestrained nuclear arms race, Joseph Gerson analyzes the growing nuclear dangers and plans to reverse the arms race and to come back from the brink. Gerson also discusses how leading peace advocates from across the U.S. Russia, Europe and Asia, as well as with leaders of the Movement for Black Lives and U.S. Labor Against the War, are coming together to provide a way for our peace and justice movements to develop new popular movement approaches to help prevent war and to promote justice and democracy.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Building Bridges: Growing Nuclear Risks in a Changing World: New Thinking and Movement Building , Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
Growing Nuclear Risks in a Changing World: New Thinking and Movement Building with Joseph Gerson who serves as AFSCs disarmament coordinator, as director of programs in New England, and as director of the Peace and Economic Security Program. Joseph plays a leading role in building collaborations among U.S., Asian, and European peace and nuclear weapons abolition movements. His program work focuses on challenging and overcoming U.S. global hegemony, including its preparations for and threats to initiate nuclear war and its military domination of the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. He is also the author of the renowned Empire and the Bomb. We're now in the post-post Cold War era, an interregnum marked by major geopolitical changes, uncertainty, and an unrestrained nuclear arms race. In the wake of the collapse of the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty (Trump was first to pull the plug,) and the U.S., Russia and China on the brink of a dangerous unrestrained nuclear arms race, Joseph Gerson analyzes the growing nuclear dangers and plans to reverse the arms race and to come back from the brink. Gerson also discusses how leading peace advocates from across the U.S. Russia, Europe and Asia, as well as with leaders of the Movement for Black Lives and U.S. Labor Against the War, are coming together to provide a way for our peace and justice movements to develop new popular movement approaches to help prevent war and to promote justice and democracy.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

UpFront Soul (Formerly The Nightfly): Program Information Edit Program | Add Version | Delete Program UpFront Soul #2019.17- April 29 Pete Seeger Centennial hr 2, Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
We'll celebrate Pete Seeger on his centennial with funk, soul, gospel, & hip-hop takes on songs Pete wrote or frequently sang and helped to popularize around the world. We'll hear from Isaac Hayes, Mavis Staples, The Freedom Singers, Earth, Wind and Fire, Billy Preston, and more!. It's Pete as you've never heard him before!
Sanguine Fromage, WERU-FM

UpFront Soul (Formerly The Nightfly): UpFront Soul #2019.17- April 29 Pete Seeger Centennial hr 1, Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
We'll celebrate Pete Seeger on his centennial with funk, soul, gospel, & hip-hop takes on songs Pete wrote or frequently sang and helped to popularize around the world. We'll hear from Isaac Hayes, Mavis Staples, The Freedom Singers, Earth, Wind and Fire, Billy Preston, and more!. It's Pete as you've never heard him before!
Sanguine Fromage, WERU-FM

Global Research News Hour: Canada and the Propaganda War on Venezuela, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
On this week's episode of the Global Research News Hour we continue our examination of the siege against Venezuela with a special emphasis on Canada's role. Our first guest Yves Engler explains Canada's actual motivation for seeking the ouster of the Maduro government. and provides backgrounds on one particular think tank which is advocating a skewed narrative of Venezuela's economic and political problems. We next hear from journalists Dimitri Lascaris and Eva Bartlett about what they observed during their recent visits to Venezuela, and about how and why their reporting differs from corporate media and Diasporic Venezuelans.
CKUW news

THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 190426 Out of DARPA 2X, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
Please note that we have discontinued the activist events calendar in the radio show version of the Thunderbolt. The calendar will still be included in the weekly newsletter, which you can subscribe to by contacting me. This week’s archive radio show replays some Thunderbolts from election season 2016, wherein we once again display our prescience. Central themes, progress, how to mute bullshite, rats in heaven, battles within the confines of your nose hairs, and finally we expose DARPA, your intelligence service research agency. Outrage mixed with fart jokes. Only in the Thunderbolt.
Dancing Angel Media

THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 190426 Out of DARPA 2X, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
Please note that we have discontinued the activist events calendar in the radio show version of the Thunderbolt. The calendar will still be included in the weekly newsletter, which you can subscribe to by contacting me. This week’s archive radio show replays some Thunderbolts from election season 2016, wherein we once again display our prescience. Central themes, progress, how to mute bullshite, rats in heaven, battles within the confines of your nose hairs, and finally we expose DARPA, your intelligence service research agency. Outrage mixed with fart jokes. Only in the Thunderbolt.
Dancing Angel Media

THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 190426 Out of DARPA 2X, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
Please note that we have discontinued the activist events calendar in the radio show version of the Thunderbolt. The calendar will still be included in the weekly newsletter, which you can subscribe to by contacting me. This week’s archive radio show replays some Thunderbolts from election season 2016, wherein we once again display our prescience. Central themes, progress, how to mute bullshite, rats in heaven, battles within the confines of your nose hairs, and finally we expose DARPA, your intelligence service research agency. Outrage mixed with fart jokes. Only in the Thunderbolt.
Dancing Angel Media
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