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The Michael Slate Show: Cops Getting Away with Murder, and Fighting to End the Oppression of Women: Nicholas Heyward Sr., Carl Dix, Bob Avakian and Poet Nargis Khestoo, Segment 1

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Nicholas Heyward Sr and Carl Dix on police murder. Bob AvakianYes, There's a Conspiracy – to Get the Cops Off, from Revolution Talk; “Police Murder . . . and the Murderous Logic of this System's Electoral Game,” from Revolution and Religion, a Dialogue with Cornel West and Bob Avakian. “Womanhood,” by Nargis Khestoo. Bob Avakian, Why We Need an Actual Revolution, and How We Can Really Make Revolution, 2 clips on The Oppression of Women.
Michael Slate

Reggae Explorations: Reggae Explorations #168 (Radio Edit), Segment 1

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On “Reggae Explorations” you’ll hear a mix of tracks from newer and lesser known artists, classic tunes, and deeper cuts than you would normally hear elsewhere. In addition, you’ll be treated to the “Motherland Track of the Week”, an occasional “Lovers Rock Set”, and even selections from off the beaten path. Mike Roots is a reggae artist and reviewer, and brings an inside perspective with interesting facts to enhance the listening experience. Tune in to “Reggae Explorations” for your weekly excursion into the world of strictly conscious, roots and culture, reggae music. Reggae Explorations can be heard on the following stations: Global Community Radio (GCR2) GlobalCommunityRadio.blogspot.com, Geneva, NY, Mondays 4-6pm ET KBOG 97.9 FM in Bandon, OR, Wednesdays 10pm-12am PST WAPJ FM 89.9 & 105.1 FM (Flagship), Torrington, CT, Wednesdays 1-3pm ET WXDR-LP 99.1 FM, New Orleans, Thursdays 7-9pm CT
Mike Roots

TUC Radio: Kevin Anderson: Talk to the Oxford Climate Society, ONE of TWO, Segment 2

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In August 2018, at age 15, Greta Thunberg started the first school strike for climate outside the Swedish parliament building. She skipped classes and maintained a regular presence every Friday. By the time she addressed the United Nations Climate Change Conference in December 2018 in Katowice, Poland, and the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland, in January 2019, her courageous and well researched talks were seen by hundreds of thousands via the internet. This is part of her talk to EU politicians on 2/21/2019. Greta Thunberg and Prof. Kevin Anderson have great respect for each other. They agree on the urgency of the task and on many details of the solutions. I'm combining Greta's demands with Kevin's proposals from his talk to the Oxford Climate Society. Kevin Anderson, is the chair of energy and climate change at the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering (MACE) at the University of Manchester, UK. He spoke on 1/25/2019, at the Oxford Climate Society in the UK.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Kevin Anderson: Talk to the Oxford Climate Society, ONE of TWO, Segment 1

2 weeks 2 days ago
In August 2018, at age 15, Greta Thunberg started the first school strike for climate outside the Swedish parliament building. She skipped classes and maintained a regular presence every Friday. By the time she addressed the United Nations Climate Change Conference in December 2018 in Katowice, Poland, and the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland, in January 2019, her courageous and well researched talks were seen by hundreds of thousands via the internet. This is part of her talk to EU politicians on 2/21/2019. Greta Thunberg and Prof. Kevin Anderson have great respect for each other. They agree on the urgency of the task and on many details of the solutions. I'm combining Greta's demands with Kevin's proposals from his talk to the Oxford Climate Society. Kevin Anderson, is the chair of energy and climate change at the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering (MACE) at the University of Manchester, UK. He spoke on 1/25/2019, at the Oxford Climate Society in the UK.
Maria Gilardin

Sea Change Radio: Ash Kalra + Stefan Kalb: Saving Food and Forests, Segment 1

2 weeks 2 days ago
What can we do to be better citizens, better consumers and better advocates for the planet? Fighting waste and saving forests are a good place to start. This week on Sea Change Radio, we first talk to California Assembly member Ash Kalra about his new bill to save tropical forests. California may not have rainforests of its own, but Kalra explains how we are all playing a role in their destruction and how we all have an obligation to help save them. Then we hear from Stefan Kalb about his company, Shelf Engine, which helps grocery stores eliminate waste. We learn how stores usually handle their perishables and how Shelf Engine intends to change all this.
Sea Change Radio

Taylor Report: Kirill Vyshinsky, Imprisoned in Ukraine for Practicing Journalism, Segment 1

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Phil interviews Eva Bartlett concerning her interviews with broadcaster/journalist, Kirill Vyshinsky, and his lawyer, Andriy Domansky. Vyshinsky has been in custody in Kiev, Ukraine, since May 2018 without trial. Human rights groups have had little to say about Vyshinsky, since they practice a double-standard when journalists are perceived as political adversaries of the West. Vyshinsky has been charged with high treason by Ukrainian security forces though the news agency he leads, RIA Novosti Ukraine, publishes a wide range of articles by journalists both for and against the current government of Ukraine, which was installed by a US-supported coup in 2014. Bartlett discusses the many irregularities of Ukrainian justice in Vyshinsky's case and the possibility that his continuing incarceration might be connected with the upcoming Ukrainian election and the scheme to try to swap Vyshinsky for a Ukrainian charged with espionage in Russia.
Anonymous

Radio Curious: The Revolutionary Heart and Life of Clarina Nichols, Segment 1

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The life of Clarina Nichols and her work in the early women’s rights movement in the United States has been greatly overlooked. As one of the country’s first female newspaper editors and stump speakers, Clarina Nichols spoke out for temperance, abolition and women’s rights at a time when doing so could get a woman killed. Unlike other activists, she personally experienced some of the cruelest sufferings that a married woman of her day could know. In her pursuit for justice she traveled westward facing all of the challenges of being a single mother and a women’s rights activist of her day with good humor and resourcefulness. Clarina Nichols is portrayed by Diane Eickhoff in this chautauquan style interview. We began when I asked Clarina about her childhood. The book Clarina Nichols recommends is “The Sexes Throughout Nature (Pioneers of the woman’s movement),” by Antoinette Louisa Brown Blackwell. The book Diane Eickhoff recommends is “The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 911” by Lawrence Wright. This program was originally broadcast on January 13, 2007
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

The Jazz Scene: The Jazz Scene 1906, Segment 1

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Segment One First Fruit by Jordan Pettay CD: First Fruit (Outside In) Falling Grace by John Moulder and Ken Hall CD: Spirit Talk (Naim) Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise by The Greg Murphy Trio CD: Bright Idea (Wailing City Sound) Segment Two Snowglobes by Daniel Weidlein CD: A Winter Lullaby (BioSoul) Never Say Never by Sarah Lenka CD: Hush (E-Motive) Blu Gnu by Shelly manne and His Men CD: The Gambit (Original Jazz Classics) Segment Three Maywood by Mike Lee CD: Song for All of Us (IYouWe) Allured by The Jakub Dybzynski Equilateral Trio CD: Intuitive Inversions (Hevhetia) Ad-Lib Blues by Lester Young and Oscar Peterson CD: Lester Young With the Oscar Peterson Trio (Verve)
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