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The Children's Hour: The US Senate, Segment 1

2 semanas 6 días ago
This week we've got a show about the United States Senate. We'll visit with New Mexico Senator Martin Heinrich in an interview he says is "a lot harder than I get from CNN." The Kids Crew find out about his job, how he knows what his constituents want, and what he's doing about the climate crisis. Then, Zen and Amadeus sit down with their Aunt Elsa, a staffer on Senator Heinrich's team. We learn about the filibuster, what happens day to day in a Senators office, and what it's like to be on the staff. This show is mixed with excellent music, and it's a great way to teach and learn US Civics.
Katie Stone

Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 516, Segment 1

2 semanas 6 días ago
Radio Thrift Shop is DJ Frederick's two decade long (and counting) experiment. Radio Thrift Shop has a flexible format & an homage to the non-commercial era of broadcasts of the 1960's and 1970's that DJ Frederick grew up listening to & features a homegrown mix of vinyl records, 78s, 45's, LPs, private press releases, and a variety of cassette tapes and homemade / self released cassettes & cds. Each broadcast of Radio Thrift Shop features an improvised or thematic playlist from DJ Frederick's music library. It's never the same program twice - or even once
Frederick Moe

Latin Waves : interviews social justice and anti-racism Activist Azza Rojbi, Segment 1

2 semanas 6 días ago
Host Stuart Richardson interviews Azza Rojbi North African social justice and anti-racism activist, author of the book "U.S. & Saudi War on the People of Yemen" (Battle of Ideas Press, 2019) and secretary of Vancouver’s anti-war coalition Mobilization Against War & Occupation. She is active in the solidarity movement with Latin America and is the coordinator of Friends of Cuba Against the U.S. Blockade. Azza is a member of the Editorial Board of the Fire This Time Newspaper writing and researching on Middle Eastern and North Africa politics. We speak about the 6th year anniversary of the war in Yemen, how western powers like the US and Canada are supporting the conflict by selling arms to Saudi Arabia, ignoring calls from the UN calling this the largest humanitarian crisis on the planet. Also how ordinary Canadians and US citizens are being to wake up to this crisis once they know the facts, that our governments, public and corporate media are complicit in this genocide.
latinwaves@gmail.com

Sea Change Radio: Nithin Coca: Indonesian Coal Crisis, Segment 1

2 semanas 6 días ago
We often associate coal consumption with China and India, countries that have indeed invested heavily into the harmful fuel but flying under the radar is Indonesia, the world’s fourth most populous nation which in the past two decades has become one of the world’s leading exporters and consumers of coal. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to global journalist Nithin Coca who has written a series of pieces for Mongabay.com about Indonesia’s alarming headfirst dive into the coal industry. We discuss the high-level corruption that allowed coal to take off in Indonesia, examine the lax regulatory standards that imperil workers while allowing the country to keep export prices low and learn about the environmental degradation that the Indonesian coal boom is causing.
Sea Change Radio

Radio Ecoshock Show: The Decade After Tomorrow, Segment 1

2 semanas 6 días ago
The warming currents of the North Atlantic are the weakest in at least 1600 years. As that ocean breakdown continues with climate change, seas will rise on New England. More vicious winter storms can track toward Britain and Northern Europe. Dr. Levke Caesar is lead author of the new paper warning the world. Meanwhile official international agreements to save us STILL rely on fantasy technology. From the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, scientist Fabian Stenzel says the dream of plantations burning wood for energy would take away life-giving water from billions more humans. Kevin Anderson from the Tyndall Centre tore away the curtain from that BECCS tech on Radio Ecoshock five years ago. Now we have proof. There is no real workable plan to stop extreme climate change, just a global lie at the top. Now you know, and as GI Joe always says, “knowing is half the battle”.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: The Decade After Tomorrow, Segment 1

2 semanas 6 días ago
The warming currents of the North Atlantic are the weakest in at least 1600 years. As that ocean breakdown continues with climate change, seas will rise on New England. More vicious winter storms can track toward Britain and Northern Europe. Dr. Levke Caesar is lead author of the new paper warning the world. Meanwhile official international agreements to save us STILL rely on fantasy technology. From the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, scientist Fabian Stenzel says the dream of plantations burning wood for energy would take away life-giving water from billions more humans. Kevin Anderson from the Tyndall Centre tore away the curtain from that BECCS tech on Radio Ecoshock five years ago. Now we have proof. There is no real workable plan to stop extreme climate change, just a global lie at the top. Now you know, and as GI Joe always says, “knowing is half the battle”.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: The Decade After Tomorrow, Segment 1

2 semanas 6 días ago
The warming currents of the North Atlantic are the weakest in at least 1600 years. As that ocean breakdown continues with climate change, seas will rise on New England. More vicious winter storms can track toward Britain and Northern Europe. Dr. Levke Caesar is lead author of the new paper warning the world. Meanwhile official international agreements to save us STILL rely on fantasy technology. From the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, scientist Fabian Stenzel says the dream of plantations burning wood for energy would take away life-giving water from billions more humans. Kevin Anderson from the Tyndall Centre tore away the curtain from that BECCS tech on Radio Ecoshock five years ago. Now we have proof. There is no real workable plan to stop extreme climate change, just a global lie at the top. Now you know, and as GI Joe always says, “knowing is half the battle”.
Alex Smith

Building Bridges: Abolish ICE Rally, Segment 1

2 semanas 6 días ago
The Abolish ICE NY NJ Coalition Rallies to End Detentions, Stop ICE Transfers from Criminal Custody, Stop Deportations & Abolish ICE! Migrant detainees, on hunger strike and recently released hunger strikers who were detained in Hudson County Jail and Buffalo Federal Detention Facility facing deportation tell their harrowing stories.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Indigenous in Music with Blair Bellrose of Midnight Sparrows Interview (Rock) Hiour 1), Segment 1

2 semanas 6 días ago
Welcome to Indigenous in Music! This week Larry welcomes from Vancouver BC, Mr. Blair Bellrose, singer, writer and performer. He has just released his new solo project entitled “Midnight Sparrows” along with a new album “Rock and Roll City.” He is featured in our current issue of the SAY magazine, read all about him on our music page at IndigenousinMusic.com and hear his music on Spotify. Music from Midnight Sparrows, Electric Religious, The Jerry Cans, Soda Stereo, Juanes, Jota Quest, QVLN, Julian Taylor Band, Hour Eleven, Stevie Salas, Jumbo, Injunuity, The Deeds, Patti Lamoureux, La Ley. The Council, Indian City, The Mavericks, Midnight Shine, Spirit Cry, Brianne Lea Pruett, Quantic and his Combo Barbaro, Robert Mirabal, Priscilla's Revenge, Romeo Void, Perry & James, Wayne Lavallee, Shasin, Technicolor Fabrics 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)
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