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Latin Waves : interviews Filmmaker/Journalist Damien Gillis, Segment 1

1 week 4 days ago
Damien Gillis is a B.C.-based documentary filmmaker and journalist. He co-directed and produced the award-winning feature doc Fractured Land and is the co-founder and publisher of the online journal, The Common Sense Canadian. His writing has appeared in such publications as The New York Times, Desmog Canada, and The Tyee. Host Stuart Richardson speaks to Damien about the politics and ideology of building pipelines and the status quo energy policy, he uncovers many falsehoods and misconceptions that stand in our way to a healthy future.
latinwaves@gmail.com

Tapes To Astonish: Walkuman Style #209, Segment 1

1 week 4 days ago
1. Unkut Dope - Jazz Spastiks 2. Right There - Moka Only 3. One For the Players - K, Le Maestro 4. Transit - Imperial 5. The Dawn - Freddie Joachim 6. Soul Food - Batxby 7. Hard Times - Elaquent 8. Space - Farazi 9. Spare Me - Es-K 10. Yesteryear - XPanda 11. honey - Johto 12. Going Home - The Deli 13. They Act Brand New - DiBia$e 14. Dip_029 - Ghost 15. The Lime Vibe - Unda De Sango 16. Schonkost - Snares 17. Ipanema Sunset - Small Literature 18. Idleman - Densky9 19. Quiksand - Bugseed 20. Hangin - Snaer. 21. Martini Vibes - Dean Lofi 22. Frontline - Dr. Drummah 23. Brooklyn - YZNO 24. Every Time - (instrumental) - Jay Dee aka J Dilla
Gamma Krush

Deep Organizing and Regenerative Communities, Segment 2

1 week 5 days ago
Jeff Biggers is introduced by Vince Emanuele who along with Sergio Kochergin started P.A.R.C. - a place where community and the commons can be reclaimed. Its a concept and a human need the philosopher Ivan Illiach addressed in his many works. The reading is mix of performance and humor, and several friends contribute the voices of historical persons and even an odious Federal document; one eventually withdrawn due to the resistance of journalists and out spoken women who carried the fight from behind bars. Biggers notes the confusion today in the fact that the much celebrated musical "Hamilton", celebrates a monarchist and and person who despised common people.
Dale Lehman/WZRD

Deep Organizing and Regenerative Communities, Segment 1

1 week 5 days ago
Jeff Biggers is introduced by Vince Emanuele who along with Sergio Kochergin started P.A.R.C. - a place where community and the commons can be reclaimed. Its a concept and a human need the philosopher Ivan Illiach addressed in his many works. The reading is mix of performance and humor, and several friends contribute the voices of historical persons and even an odious Federal document; one eventually withdrawn due to the resistance of journalists and out spoken women who carried the fight from behind bars. Biggers notes the confusion today in the fact that the much celebrated musical "Hamilton", celebrates a monarchist and and person who despised common people.
Dale Lehman/WZRD

Taylor Report: Israel Seizes Freedom Flotilla Boat, Segment 1

1 week 5 days ago
The first boat to be seized in this year's Gaza Freedom Flotilla was Al Awda (The Return), challenging the illegal Israeli blockade of Gaza. Crew member Larry Commodore, a native leader in Canada, was injured in the violent arrest of the boat. Phil interviews Karen DeVito, wife of the captain of the Freedom. She says, "we sailed for freedom for the people of Gaza, for freedom for people everywhere." DeVito, an experienced activist and writer, discusses with Phil her difficulty in publishing a book that included a chapter about the Nakba. She also comments on Israeli Yonatan Shapira, former captain and helicopter pilot in the Israeli army, and the "Boycott From Within."
Anonymous

New World Notes: #544 -- Tariq Ali on Palestine (R), Segment 1

1 week 5 days ago
A fine talk on the past, present, and possible future of Palestine and its people, now enduring a blockade and a half-century-long military occupation by Israel. Much of Ali's criticism, though, is directed not against Israel but against the corruption of Palestine's "leaders"--the PLO and the Palestinian Authority. These "leaders," conniving with Israel, have enriched themselves while the mass of Palestinians suffer. They have made a "two-state solution" now impossible. (Cont. under "Credits")
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #544 -- Tariq Ali on Palestine (R), Segment 1

1 week 5 days ago
A fine talk on the past, present, and possible future of Palestine and its people, now enduring a blockade and a half-century-long military occupation by Israel. Much of Ali's criticism, though, is directed not against Israel but against the corruption of Palestine's "leaders"--the PLO and the Palestinian Authority. These "leaders," conniving with Israel, have enriched themselves while the mass of Palestinians suffer. They have made a "two-state solution" now impossible. (Cont. under "Credits")
Kenneth Dowst
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