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Radio Ecoshock Show: Petro-masculinity, Climate & Authoritarian Desire, Segment 1

3 meses ago
True fact: countries led by women control the COVID-19 pandemic better than men. Would that be true of climate action too? Is that why authoritarians are trying to take over? Welcome to petro-masculinity, & the renewed call for woman power to get past the converging crisis. Minds open!- and prepare for change. Two ecofeminist scholars on Radio Ecoshock: Cara Daggett and Jennie C. Stephens.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Petro-masculinity, Climate & Authoritarian Desire, Segment 1

3 meses ago
True fact: countries led by women control the COVID-19 pandemic better than men. Would that be true of climate action too? Is that why authoritarians are trying to take over? Welcome to petro-masculinity, & the renewed call for woman power to get past the converging crisis. Minds open!- and prepare for change. Two ecofeminist scholars on Radio Ecoshock: Cara Daggett and Jennie C. Stephens.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Petro-masculinity, Climate & Authoritarian Desire, Segment 1

3 meses ago
True fact: countries led by women control the COVID-19 pandemic better than men. Would that be true of climate action too? Is that why authoritarians are trying to take over? Welcome to petro-masculinity, & the renewed call for woman power to get past the converging crisis. Minds open!- and prepare for change. Two ecofeminist scholars on Radio Ecoshock: Cara Daggett and Jennie C. Stephens.
Alex Smith

Building Bridges: Immigrant Workers Say They are Essential, Donald Trump Is Not in the Fight for Their Lives , Segment 1

3 meses ago
Immigrant Workers Say They are Essential, Donald Trump Is Not in the Fight for Their Lives with Nadia Molina, Co-Ex. Director of the National Day Laborers Organizing network (NDLON) Molina talks about improving the lives of day laborers, migrants and low-wage workers and building leadership and power among those facing injustice so they can challenge inequality and expand labor, civil and political rights for all. NDLON aspires to live in a world of diverse communities where day laborers live with full rights and responsibilities in an environment of mutual respect, peace, harmony and justice.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

The Shortwave Music Library : 04, Segment 1

3 meses ago
Welcome to the shortwave music library I really dislike announcing so 98% of this show is going to be … music! – taking requests on our Shortwave Music Library Facebook page or by email: freeradioskybird@icloud.com or on Twitter @ShortwaveMusic
Frederick Moe

Cool Solutions: Dear Non-Voting Environmentalist, Segment 1

3 meses ago
There are millions of Americans who care deeply about climate change but rarely cast their ballots. A home-based army of volunteers is changing that. The Environmental Voter Project and Vote Forward both target and motivate these infrequent voters. Their founders, Nathaniel Stinnett and Scott Forman, explain how this began, why it's working, and how you can join in.
Wendy Ring

Niko Soprano's Favourites: Niko Soprano's Favourites No. 97 (Clean)/#274, Segment 1

3 meses ago
Niko Soprano's Favourites No. 97 (*clean) (1.) For Everyday The Goes By - DJ Honda ft. Rawcotiks (2.) Funkdafied Soul - Gee Roc & Tha CND Coalition (3.) Status - Godfather Don (4.) What It Mean - Compete Unit (5.) Flatline - Flatlinerz (6.) New York To Philly - Adagio! (7.) Get Funk remix - The Beatnuts #274 - (Drederick Crate-Em Half Hour) (1.) Biggity Back - R-Juna (2.) I Can Never Tell - Funky DL ft. Stee Moglie (3.) No Stress - Woolyboyz ft. MC3B (4.) Madrid3am - The Deli, Es-K and Jansport J (5.) city rhythm - houseplantz (6.) Fate - Soy the Organic Hispanic & Kayohes (7.) Cherry Tree$ - GF Anon ft. Sage Infinite (8.) Caged and Carefree - Miles Powers (9.) Live From Africa - Wil Madden ft. Waju (10.) walkonsea - Odeeno
Gamma Krush

New World Notes: #658 -- True to Earth, Part 2, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
A classic audio collage by Chazk / Virtual Renderings, condensed a bit by KD. It explores the root of today's social, economic, and environmental crises: Western civilization's out-of-touch-ness with the natural world. American Indians provide better examples of how to thrive in the world. Part 2 include Prof. John Mohawk on European vs. Indian views of nature and Toby Hemenway on why grain agriculture was a calamity for humanity and the natural world. (Con'd...)
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #658 -- True to Earth, Part 2, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
A classic audio collage by Chazk / Virtual Renderings, condensed a bit by KD. It explores the root of today's social, economic, and environmental crises: Western civilization's out-of-touch-ness with the natural world. American Indians provide better examples of how to thrive in the world. Part 2 include Prof. John Mohawk on European vs. Indian views of nature and Toby Hemenway on why grain agriculture was a calamity for humanity and the natural world. (Con'd...)
Kenneth Dowst