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Tapes To Astonish: Walkuman Style #255, Segment 1

3 meses 2 semanas ago
(1.) Victory Lap - Sultan Mir (2.) Feel Good Music - Sound State (3.) Leave Luck to Heaven - TheBlackSunn (4.) Alabaster - The Dirty Ol' Men featuring Fieldz, Sam Poetry, Mental Da God and Young Dame (5.) Comin' Atcha - Penpals & Marvolus Jay (6.) Back II Basics - ATN Prime (7.) Widespread - Jakki The Mota Mouth ft. Copywrite and RJD2 (8.) The Realism - Stanley Pedigree (9.) Pushing Daisies II - Bxnjamin (10.) Follow The Gospel - True God ft. J Pegs and Hab Rich (11.) Rest Less - King Magnetic & Tone Spliff (12.) Sugary - Terem (13.) The Best - Sean One ft. Above and Monark (14.) Humane - Nebulous (15.) World Champion - Pawz One & DJ Dister (16.) Beast Moves - Swamp Thing ft. Nilla (17.) A Noite - Wun Two ft. Anthony Drawn (18.) Khumbu Icefall - Pro-V (19.) Mona Lisa - JSoul
Gamma Krush

Extreeme neurotypical 'social distancing' vs. shame during a red cross blood shortage., Segment 1

3 meses 2 semanas ago
Mad love and a plea to remember those at risk of dying from anything else about now. Can we start to question and think about surviving coronavirus pandemic and about our needs should any of us make it after all? I can do this NOW because I have POST traumatic stress disorder (both blessing and curse). After the mass crises the U.S.A. and wider world faces what will become of the old societal norms? My biggest anxiety these days: Will the world itself succumb to institutionalization?
Anonymous

Building Bridges: The Pandemic - Forging A Systemic Response To Address the Health & Economic Crisis , Segment 1

3 meses 2 semanas ago
What Is To Be Done: Forging A Systemic Response To Address the Health & Economic Crisis Of The Pandemic! with Dean Baker, Senior Economist, and co-founded of the Center for Economic and Policy Research Dean Baker, Senior Economist, and co-founded of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, whose expertise extends to housing, consumer prices, Social Security, Medicare, trade, and employment and who has authored dozens of prestigious books, among them Rigged: How Globalization and the Rules of the Modern Economy Were Structured to Make the Rich Richer offers analysis of the underlying systemic deficiencies that are exacerbating this public health emergency and concrete solutions to address the resultant crises stemming from this pandemic.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Chicago Food Policy Summit - Keynote Speeches, Segment 2

3 meses 2 semanas ago
Malik Yakini, co-founder and Executive Director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network, speaks about food security within the larger context of building power, self-determination, and justice in a landscape of white supremacy, capitalism and patriarchy. It could be seen as a liberation struggle, one to free people oppressed by the corporate capture of their food supply and its corresponding colonization of their consciousness. I read his goal that they regain control over their nourishment, culture and community through local production and distribution systems that reconnect people both to the land and community. Detroit is where he has put into practice what he learned from mentor Will Allen, founder of Milwaukee based Growing Power, and the many years of social justice agitation, community organizing and work as a high school principle. Malik also contributes to the international food sovereignty movement that seeks to check the destruction of indigenous food and cultural production by multinational corporations in the Americas, the Caribbean and Africa. He is on the leadership team of the National Black Food and Justice Alliance. His talk highlights a model program that links black urban farmers in need of land and food producers with Black Churches who often have both land and commercial kitchens that can bypass the endemic lack of access to capital. Navina Khanna is founding director of the HEAL Food Alliance. for the past 15 years she has worked to create more just and sustainable world through transforming food systems. Based in Oakland, California she is an educator, community organizer and policy advocate.
Dale Lehman/WZRD

Chicago Food Policy Summit - Keynote Speeches, Segment 1

3 meses 2 semanas ago
Malik Yakini, co-founder and Executive Director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network, speaks about food security within the larger context of building power, self-determination, and justice in a landscape of white supremacy, capitalism and patriarchy. It could be seen as a liberation struggle, one to free people oppressed by the corporate capture of their food supply and its corresponding colonization of their consciousness. I read his goal that they regain control over their nourishment, culture and community through local production and distribution systems that reconnect people both to the land and community. Detroit is where he has put into practice what he learned from mentor Will Allen, founder of Milwaukee based Growing Power, and the many years of social justice agitation, community organizing and work as a high school principle. Malik also contributes to the international food sovereignty movement that seeks to check the destruction of indigenous food and cultural production by multinational corporations in the Americas, the Caribbean and Africa. He is on the leadership team of the National Black Food and Justice Alliance. His talk highlights a model program that links black urban farmers in need of land and food producers with Black Churches who often have both land and commercial kitchens that can bypass the endemic lack of access to capital. Navina Khanna is founding director of the HEAL Food Alliance. for the past 15 years she has worked to create more just and sustainable world through transforming food systems. Based in Oakland, California she is an educator, community organizer and policy advocate.
Dale Lehman/WZRD

New World Notes: #629 -- Pandemic Journal, Segment 1

3 meses 2 semanas ago
Wry and satiric notes and comments on the coronavirus pandemic as it gains a foothold in Connecticut. Complementing KD's chronicles are a new song by David Rovics, a classic poem by (and read by) William Carlos Williams, and commentary by progressive populist Jim Hightower.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #629 -- Pandemic Journal, Segment 1

3 meses 2 semanas ago
Wry and satiric notes and comments on the coronavirus pandemic as it gains a foothold in Connecticut. Complementing KD's chronicles are a new song by David Rovics, a classic poem by (and read by) William Carlos Williams, and commentary by progressive populist Jim Hightower.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #629 -- Pandemic Journal, Segment 1

3 meses 2 semanas ago
Wry and satiric notes and comments on the coronavirus pandemic as it gains a foothold in Connecticut. Complementing KD's chronicles are a new song by David Rovics, a classic poem by (and read by) William Carlos Williams, and commentary by progressive populist Jim Hightower.
Kenneth Dowst