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This Way Out: Coming Out & Making It Real!, Segment 1

3 semanas 1 día ago
On this week’s special show, a pair of selections from the marathon Global Queer Read-In we presented online last June (produced by Brian DeShazor with Rebecca Drapkin) that speak to the theme of “Coming Out & Making It Real”: Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sophie B. Hawkins performs her own “Not Beating Around The Bush” and reads a selection from “Mrs. Dalloway” by Virginia Woolf; and Broadway star, community activist and "Man of the World" Anthony Wayne performs a selection from “Men Of The House: A B-Boy Blues Novel” by James Earl Hardy! Elegant words of note to start the new year this week when you choose “This Way Out”: the world’s audio oasis for queer news and culture! (“NewsWrap” returns next week. Happy 2021!)
Lucia Chappelle

The Mix Sessions Hour 2: 234 - The Mix Sessions Hour 2, Segment 1

3 semanas 1 día 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

The Mix Sessions Hour 1: 234 - The Mix Sessions Hour 1, Segment 1

3 semanas 1 día 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

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Indigenous in Music with Larry K – Rellik in our Spotlight Interview (Fusion Hip Hop) Hour 1, Segment 1

3 semanas 1 día ago
Welcome to Indigenous in Music! This week Larry welcomes Edmonton, Alberta's top Indigenous Hip hop fusion artist Mr. “Rellik. He has just released his newest project which comes with new song and video called “Train Wreck.” You can hear his music and find out all about him on his homepage at rellikmusic.ca. Music from Rellik, Nathan Cunningham, Indian City, Julian Taylor, Sober Junkie, Locos Por Juana, XAXO, Dj Bitman, Carsen Gray, Red Rockerz, Boogey the Beat, Iceis Rain, Herbie Barnes, JC Campbell, Michael Bucher, Angel Baribeau, Jace Martin, Mary Bryton, Bajofondo, Bebel Gilberto, Shon Denay, Ana Tijoux, Twin Flames, Marcelo D2, Stevie Salas, The Bloodshots, Alan Syliboy & The Thundermakers, Mike Paul, The Jerry Cans and much much more. Visit us on our music page at IndigenousinMusic.com and our homepage at indigenousinmusicandarts.org. We have underwriting opportunities available. Indigenous in Music, a non-profit, section 501(c)(3).
Anonymous

Class War Battlefield Podcast: Episode 2020.0B.00-03. Beyond Election 2020, Some Extractions, Segment 4

3 semanas 1 día ago
Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.00 Has the Social Distortion Afflicting America Become to Advanced to Save The Country From It I recorded this in November, watching what has taken place since its recording, I find the clip included (featuring Chris Hedges) as prophetic and deeply troubling. When Lawrence Summers, whom Adam Tooze in his book Crashed suggested had learned from his previous Neoliberal mistakes; came out against $2,000 checks because he feared such a thing would “overheat the economy”, a phrase unfamiliar to those of us living in the actual economy – I knew the past was prophetic and Joe Biden would play the role Chris Hedges outlined in the second of the two clips I included from the 2018 podcast interview I clipped them from (the podcast title is FOR THE WORLD, the interview is stunningly relevant today considering it was recorded in 2018). More, this segment, which serves more as an introduction to the rest of the other segments, lays out a fear, that is built upon in 2020.0B.01, which I continue to have till this very day. Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.01 This Fear I Have . . . .The Shadows Keep Running Across My Mind I found the beginning to the Amanpour and Company segment included at the podcasts start, shocking. “As the rest of the world waits for a formal transition to begin. . .” a statement uttered on November 11, 2020; my mind was jettisoned back to the 1990s where this statement would have been crooned by Tom Brokaw, Dan Rather or Peter Jennings in a segment covering the fits and starts of an immature or deteriorating political system in either South America, after a United States Coup or the former Soviet Republics after a Bankers coup. I had recorded this segment several times before believing it accurately reflected my thinking process behind what I keep calling “the shadows running across my mind”; having planned on publishing the segment during Thanksgiving, the addition of Masha Gessen’s interview confirmed my suspicion that time was needed to perfect its content. To the reader this is likely unimportant, but to me timing is everything, as I think Americans will soon see, we are in a time when presence is the key to overcoming the problems presented, those refusing to accept the way things are and how they become that way, will make turmoil, fragmentation and ultimately destructive tendency the norm; thus pushing America into a deep spiritual and cultural depression which may pull the nation apart permanently. Though this is a broader picture, as you will hear in the following segment, I have other more pressing concerns for today. Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.02 The Fourth and Fifth Evils in American Society Turning to Dr. King’s Three Evils of Society speech, I thought about a fourth and fifth evil which should be explored and detailed. These Evils, might be more readily called maladies, have been part of America for its entire existence, so they won’t be alien or new to anyone who has had the mind to look deeply at American History for more than 5 years, though even a 5 year cursory look at American History, that being 2015-2020 would probably uncover these maladies also. Birtherism tops that list. But I digress, Dr. King’s Three Evils of Society was an introduction to what he saw as a shifting mission for SCLC, four months prior to delivering that speech he spoke about the original motto for his organization, “To Save the Soul of America” which says a lot about a man whom was to be the most hated person throughout the country because of the speech he used to explain that point. I marvel at his sacrifices during those years, I admire his courage and his honor; for this reason I offer this segment to anyone who cares about this country as much as he did. Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.03 Voting, A Multi-Dimensional Act Voting, we are told, is a one-dimensional act. Walk into a booth, draw a level, or push a computerized button and walk away; but that is not what Voting actually is; there is a reason why people keep referring to an informed electorate, because without information, particularly truthful information, voting becomes an act without meaning. Just selecting ones favorite party or voting against another, has as much importance as picking a favorite sports team though the consequences in voting for one of the two corporate parties are far graver than selecting a sports team. In this segment I attempt to explain the many layers to voting, and why activists need to spend more time on explaining the connection between activism, voting and movement building. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact me at vphiamer.adis.ogaarwa@outlook.com
Mahoka Mwako Asili Temple

Class War Battlefield Podcast: Episode 2020.0B.00-03. Beyond Election 2020, Some Extractions, Segment 3

3 semanas 1 día ago
Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.00 Has the Social Distortion Afflicting America Become to Advanced to Save The Country From It I recorded this in November, watching what has taken place since its recording, I find the clip included (featuring Chris Hedges) as prophetic and deeply troubling. When Lawrence Summers, whom Adam Tooze in his book Crashed suggested had learned from his previous Neoliberal mistakes; came out against $2,000 checks because he feared such a thing would “overheat the economy”, a phrase unfamiliar to those of us living in the actual economy – I knew the past was prophetic and Joe Biden would play the role Chris Hedges outlined in the second of the two clips I included from the 2018 podcast interview I clipped them from (the podcast title is FOR THE WORLD, the interview is stunningly relevant today considering it was recorded in 2018). More, this segment, which serves more as an introduction to the rest of the other segments, lays out a fear, that is built upon in 2020.0B.01, which I continue to have till this very day. Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.01 This Fear I Have . . . .The Shadows Keep Running Across My Mind I found the beginning to the Amanpour and Company segment included at the podcasts start, shocking. “As the rest of the world waits for a formal transition to begin. . .” a statement uttered on November 11, 2020; my mind was jettisoned back to the 1990s where this statement would have been crooned by Tom Brokaw, Dan Rather or Peter Jennings in a segment covering the fits and starts of an immature or deteriorating political system in either South America, after a United States Coup or the former Soviet Republics after a Bankers coup. I had recorded this segment several times before believing it accurately reflected my thinking process behind what I keep calling “the shadows running across my mind”; having planned on publishing the segment during Thanksgiving, the addition of Masha Gessen’s interview confirmed my suspicion that time was needed to perfect its content. To the reader this is likely unimportant, but to me timing is everything, as I think Americans will soon see, we are in a time when presence is the key to overcoming the problems presented, those refusing to accept the way things are and how they become that way, will make turmoil, fragmentation and ultimately destructive tendency the norm; thus pushing America into a deep spiritual and cultural depression which may pull the nation apart permanently. Though this is a broader picture, as you will hear in the following segment, I have other more pressing concerns for today. Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.02 The Fourth and Fifth Evils in American Society Turning to Dr. King’s Three Evils of Society speech, I thought about a fourth and fifth evil which should be explored and detailed. These Evils, might be more readily called maladies, have been part of America for its entire existence, so they won’t be alien or new to anyone who has had the mind to look deeply at American History for more than 5 years, though even a 5 year cursory look at American History, that being 2015-2020 would probably uncover these maladies also. Birtherism tops that list. But I digress, Dr. King’s Three Evils of Society was an introduction to what he saw as a shifting mission for SCLC, four months prior to delivering that speech he spoke about the original motto for his organization, “To Save the Soul of America” which says a lot about a man whom was to be the most hated person throughout the country because of the speech he used to explain that point. I marvel at his sacrifices during those years, I admire his courage and his honor; for this reason I offer this segment to anyone who cares about this country as much as he did. Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.03 Voting, A Multi-Dimensional Act Voting, we are told, is a one-dimensional act. Walk into a booth, draw a level, or push a computerized button and walk away; but that is not what Voting actually is; there is a reason why people keep referring to an informed electorate, because without information, particularly truthful information, voting becomes an act without meaning. Just selecting ones favorite party or voting against another, has as much importance as picking a favorite sports team though the consequences in voting for one of the two corporate parties are far graver than selecting a sports team. In this segment I attempt to explain the many layers to voting, and why activists need to spend more time on explaining the connection between activism, voting and movement building. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact me at vphiamer.adis.ogaarwa@outlook.com
Mahoka Mwako Asili Temple

Class War Battlefield Podcast: Episode 2020.0B.00-03. Beyond Election 2020, Some Extractions, Segment 2

3 semanas 1 día ago
Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.00 Has the Social Distortion Afflicting America Become to Advanced to Save The Country From It I recorded this in November, watching what has taken place since its recording, I find the clip included (featuring Chris Hedges) as prophetic and deeply troubling. When Lawrence Summers, whom Adam Tooze in his book Crashed suggested had learned from his previous Neoliberal mistakes; came out against $2,000 checks because he feared such a thing would “overheat the economy”, a phrase unfamiliar to those of us living in the actual economy – I knew the past was prophetic and Joe Biden would play the role Chris Hedges outlined in the second of the two clips I included from the 2018 podcast interview I clipped them from (the podcast title is FOR THE WORLD, the interview is stunningly relevant today considering it was recorded in 2018). More, this segment, which serves more as an introduction to the rest of the other segments, lays out a fear, that is built upon in 2020.0B.01, which I continue to have till this very day. Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.01 This Fear I Have . . . .The Shadows Keep Running Across My Mind I found the beginning to the Amanpour and Company segment included at the podcasts start, shocking. “As the rest of the world waits for a formal transition to begin. . .” a statement uttered on November 11, 2020; my mind was jettisoned back to the 1990s where this statement would have been crooned by Tom Brokaw, Dan Rather or Peter Jennings in a segment covering the fits and starts of an immature or deteriorating political system in either South America, after a United States Coup or the former Soviet Republics after a Bankers coup. I had recorded this segment several times before believing it accurately reflected my thinking process behind what I keep calling “the shadows running across my mind”; having planned on publishing the segment during Thanksgiving, the addition of Masha Gessen’s interview confirmed my suspicion that time was needed to perfect its content. To the reader this is likely unimportant, but to me timing is everything, as I think Americans will soon see, we are in a time when presence is the key to overcoming the problems presented, those refusing to accept the way things are and how they become that way, will make turmoil, fragmentation and ultimately destructive tendency the norm; thus pushing America into a deep spiritual and cultural depression which may pull the nation apart permanently. Though this is a broader picture, as you will hear in the following segment, I have other more pressing concerns for today. Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.02 The Fourth and Fifth Evils in American Society Turning to Dr. King’s Three Evils of Society speech, I thought about a fourth and fifth evil which should be explored and detailed. These Evils, might be more readily called maladies, have been part of America for its entire existence, so they won’t be alien or new to anyone who has had the mind to look deeply at American History for more than 5 years, though even a 5 year cursory look at American History, that being 2015-2020 would probably uncover these maladies also. Birtherism tops that list. But I digress, Dr. King’s Three Evils of Society was an introduction to what he saw as a shifting mission for SCLC, four months prior to delivering that speech he spoke about the original motto for his organization, “To Save the Soul of America” which says a lot about a man whom was to be the most hated person throughout the country because of the speech he used to explain that point. I marvel at his sacrifices during those years, I admire his courage and his honor; for this reason I offer this segment to anyone who cares about this country as much as he did. Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.03 Voting, A Multi-Dimensional Act Voting, we are told, is a one-dimensional act. Walk into a booth, draw a level, or push a computerized button and walk away; but that is not what Voting actually is; there is a reason why people keep referring to an informed electorate, because without information, particularly truthful information, voting becomes an act without meaning. Just selecting ones favorite party or voting against another, has as much importance as picking a favorite sports team though the consequences in voting for one of the two corporate parties are far graver than selecting a sports team. In this segment I attempt to explain the many layers to voting, and why activists need to spend more time on explaining the connection between activism, voting and movement building. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact me at vphiamer.adis.ogaarwa@outlook.com
Mahoka Mwako Asili Temple

Class War Battlefield Podcast: Episode 2020.0B.00-03. Beyond Election 2020, Some Extractions, Segment 1

3 semanas 1 día ago
Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.00 Has the Social Distortion Afflicting America Become to Advanced to Save The Country From It I recorded this in November, watching what has taken place since its recording, I find the clip included (featuring Chris Hedges) as prophetic and deeply troubling. When Lawrence Summers, whom Adam Tooze in his book Crashed suggested had learned from his previous Neoliberal mistakes; came out against $2,000 checks because he feared such a thing would “overheat the economy”, a phrase unfamiliar to those of us living in the actual economy – I knew the past was prophetic and Joe Biden would play the role Chris Hedges outlined in the second of the two clips I included from the 2018 podcast interview I clipped them from (the podcast title is FOR THE WORLD, the interview is stunningly relevant today considering it was recorded in 2018). More, this segment, which serves more as an introduction to the rest of the other segments, lays out a fear, that is built upon in 2020.0B.01, which I continue to have till this very day. Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.01 This Fear I Have . . . .The Shadows Keep Running Across My Mind I found the beginning to the Amanpour and Company segment included at the podcasts start, shocking. “As the rest of the world waits for a formal transition to begin. . .” a statement uttered on November 11, 2020; my mind was jettisoned back to the 1990s where this statement would have been crooned by Tom Brokaw, Dan Rather or Peter Jennings in a segment covering the fits and starts of an immature or deteriorating political system in either South America, after a United States Coup or the former Soviet Republics after a Bankers coup. I had recorded this segment several times before believing it accurately reflected my thinking process behind what I keep calling “the shadows running across my mind”; having planned on publishing the segment during Thanksgiving, the addition of Masha Gessen’s interview confirmed my suspicion that time was needed to perfect its content. To the reader this is likely unimportant, but to me timing is everything, as I think Americans will soon see, we are in a time when presence is the key to overcoming the problems presented, those refusing to accept the way things are and how they become that way, will make turmoil, fragmentation and ultimately destructive tendency the norm; thus pushing America into a deep spiritual and cultural depression which may pull the nation apart permanently. Though this is a broader picture, as you will hear in the following segment, I have other more pressing concerns for today. Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.02 The Fourth and Fifth Evils in American Society Turning to Dr. King’s Three Evils of Society speech, I thought about a fourth and fifth evil which should be explored and detailed. These Evils, might be more readily called maladies, have been part of America for its entire existence, so they won’t be alien or new to anyone who has had the mind to look deeply at American History for more than 5 years, though even a 5 year cursory look at American History, that being 2015-2020 would probably uncover these maladies also. Birtherism tops that list. But I digress, Dr. King’s Three Evils of Society was an introduction to what he saw as a shifting mission for SCLC, four months prior to delivering that speech he spoke about the original motto for his organization, “To Save the Soul of America” which says a lot about a man whom was to be the most hated person throughout the country because of the speech he used to explain that point. I marvel at his sacrifices during those years, I admire his courage and his honor; for this reason I offer this segment to anyone who cares about this country as much as he did. Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.0B.03 Voting, A Multi-Dimensional Act Voting, we are told, is a one-dimensional act. Walk into a booth, draw a level, or push a computerized button and walk away; but that is not what Voting actually is; there is a reason why people keep referring to an informed electorate, because without information, particularly truthful information, voting becomes an act without meaning. Just selecting ones favorite party or voting against another, has as much importance as picking a favorite sports team though the consequences in voting for one of the two corporate parties are far graver than selecting a sports team. In this segment I attempt to explain the many layers to voting, and why activists need to spend more time on explaining the connection between activism, voting and movement building. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact me at vphiamer.adis.ogaarwa@outlook.com
Mahoka Mwako Asili Temple

Building Bridges: Free Press Threatened by Extradition of Julian Assange, Segment 1

3 semanas 2 días ago
Free Press Threatened AS UK Set to Rule on Extradition of Julian Assange! Julian Assange, award-winning journalist and publisher of Wikileaks faces extradition to the U.S. on charges under the Espionage Act for publishing the truth about U.S. War crimes in Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay. Assange is facing 175 years in prison. Former President of the National Lawyers Guild Marjorie Cohn Editor of and contributor to The United States and Torture: Interrogation, Incarceration and Abuse and Drones and Targeted Killings: Legal, Moral and Geo-Political Issues, makes the case for Freedom for Julian Assange.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Taylor Report: Rwandans Denied their Rights Because the West gave Kagame Immunity, Segment 1

3 semanas 2 días ago
Regarding Paul Rusesabagina, Phil argues that the injustice of his arrest, rendition, and torture derives from the original failure of the USA, UK, and Canada to live up to the Arusha Accords, and to arrange for peace in Rwanda. Instead of peace, these countries backed a coup in Kigali in 1994 by the expatriate Tutsi invaders known as the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF). Since 1994, the Rwandan people have been martyred to keep RPF leader Paul Kagame in power. Like Victoire Ingabire, Rusesabagina will not get justice in Rwanda. That's why supporters of justice should demand that Rusesabagina should be released from Rwanda and allowed to return to the USA or Belgium.
Anonymous

WHFM: Herman's Radio & Record Room #12, Segment 1

3 semanas 3 días ago
My dad Herman Frederick Moe was a radio engineer & TV repairman, a country & western "cowboy singer" and rustic guitar player. He performed in the late 1930’s on live radio before he enlisted in World War II as a radio-telephone technician. This show is my homage to him. My father loved the other side of radio as well – the listening side – it kept him company during many lonesome nights in the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s & 60's. From my imagination to your ears – it’s WHFM – vintage music from mid century America. This is music that I believe he would have enjoyed.
Frederick Moe