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Radio Curious: Andrew Weiss – Ellis Island: Who Arrived There, Why and What Was it Like, Segment 1

1 día 16 horas ago
Between 1892 and 1956 about 12 million people immigrated to the United States through Ellis Island, in the harbor of New York City. Who were these immigrants? Where did they come from? What was the experience of getting to Ellis Island and what happened to them once they arrived? In this archive edition of Radio Curious, we visited with Andrew Weiss, who I met in 1992 when he was a tour guide at Ellis Island, working for the City of New York. I spoke with Andrew Weiss in November of 1992, when he was a doctoral candidate at Columbia University and a teacher at Barnard College in New York City. I asked him to begin by telling us about the history of Ellis Island. Originally Broadcast: November 23, 1992
Radio Curious - Barry Vogel

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Don Amero in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 6

1 día 17 horas ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Singer, Songwriter and performer. He has just released his 7th album Evolution. Find out all about Don and hear his music on the web at donamero.ca Enjoy music from Don Amero, Tracy Bone, Tracy Lee Nelson, Stolen Identity, iskwe, Indian City, Soda Stereo, Midnight Shine, Michael Bucher, De Madrugada, Julian Taylor Band, Grupo Fantasma, Leonard Summer, Nadjiwan, Twin Flames, DJ Krayzkree, Jamie Prado, Locos Por Juana, XAXO, Pablo Nouvelle, Campo, Innastate, Jamie Coon, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros, Aasiva, Artson, Quese IMC, Supaman, Lil Mike & Funny Bone, Night Shield, Jackie Bird, Richie Ledreagle, Cary Morin and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
Anonymous

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Don Amero in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 5

1 día 17 horas ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Singer, Songwriter and performer. He has just released his 7th album Evolution. Find out all about Don and hear his music on the web at donamero.ca Enjoy music from Don Amero, Tracy Bone, Tracy Lee Nelson, Stolen Identity, iskwe, Indian City, Soda Stereo, Midnight Shine, Michael Bucher, De Madrugada, Julian Taylor Band, Grupo Fantasma, Leonard Summer, Nadjiwan, Twin Flames, DJ Krayzkree, Jamie Prado, Locos Por Juana, XAXO, Pablo Nouvelle, Campo, Innastate, Jamie Coon, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros, Aasiva, Artson, Quese IMC, Supaman, Lil Mike & Funny Bone, Night Shield, Jackie Bird, Richie Ledreagle, Cary Morin and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
Anonymous

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Don Amero in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 4

1 día 17 horas ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Singer, Songwriter and performer. He has just released his 7th album Evolution. Find out all about Don and hear his music on the web at donamero.ca Enjoy music from Don Amero, Tracy Bone, Tracy Lee Nelson, Stolen Identity, iskwe, Indian City, Soda Stereo, Midnight Shine, Michael Bucher, De Madrugada, Julian Taylor Band, Grupo Fantasma, Leonard Summer, Nadjiwan, Twin Flames, DJ Krayzkree, Jamie Prado, Locos Por Juana, XAXO, Pablo Nouvelle, Campo, Innastate, Jamie Coon, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros, Aasiva, Artson, Quese IMC, Supaman, Lil Mike & Funny Bone, Night Shield, Jackie Bird, Richie Ledreagle, Cary Morin and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
Anonymous

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Don Amero in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 3

1 día 17 horas ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Singer, Songwriter and performer. He has just released his 7th album Evolution. Find out all about Don and hear his music on the web at donamero.ca Enjoy music from Don Amero, Tracy Bone, Tracy Lee Nelson, Stolen Identity, iskwe, Indian City, Soda Stereo, Midnight Shine, Michael Bucher, De Madrugada, Julian Taylor Band, Grupo Fantasma, Leonard Summer, Nadjiwan, Twin Flames, DJ Krayzkree, Jamie Prado, Locos Por Juana, XAXO, Pablo Nouvelle, Campo, Innastate, Jamie Coon, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros, Aasiva, Artson, Quese IMC, Supaman, Lil Mike & Funny Bone, Night Shield, Jackie Bird, Richie Ledreagle, Cary Morin and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
Anonymous

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Don Amero in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 2

1 día 17 horas ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Singer, Songwriter and performer. He has just released his 7th album Evolution. Find out all about Don and hear his music on the web at donamero.ca Enjoy music from Don Amero, Tracy Bone, Tracy Lee Nelson, Stolen Identity, iskwe, Indian City, Soda Stereo, Midnight Shine, Michael Bucher, De Madrugada, Julian Taylor Band, Grupo Fantasma, Leonard Summer, Nadjiwan, Twin Flames, DJ Krayzkree, Jamie Prado, Locos Por Juana, XAXO, Pablo Nouvelle, Campo, Innastate, Jamie Coon, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros, Aasiva, Artson, Quese IMC, Supaman, Lil Mike & Funny Bone, Night Shield, Jackie Bird, Richie Ledreagle, Cary Morin and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
Anonymous

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Don Amero in our Spotlight Interview, Segment 1

1 día 17 horas ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music, here is this weeks show. Join Larry and his guest from from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Singer, Songwriter and performer. He has just released his 7th album Evolution. Find out all about Don and hear his music on the web at donamero.ca Enjoy music from Don Amero, Tracy Bone, Tracy Lee Nelson, Stolen Identity, iskwe, Indian City, Soda Stereo, Midnight Shine, Michael Bucher, De Madrugada, Julian Taylor Band, Grupo Fantasma, Leonard Summer, Nadjiwan, Twin Flames, DJ Krayzkree, Jamie Prado, Locos Por Juana, XAXO, Pablo Nouvelle, Campo, Innastate, Jamie Coon, Gary Small & the Coyote Bros, Aasiva, Artson, Quese IMC, Supaman, Lil Mike & Funny Bone, Night Shield, Jackie Bird, Richie Ledreagle, Cary Morin and much much more. Visit us on our website, and leave us a comment, underwriting opportunities available also. IndigenousinMusic.com
Anonymous

TUC Radio: The Authoritarian Absurdity of the U.S. Constitution TWO of TWO, Segment 2

1 día 18 horas ago
This is the conclusion of Part ONE of the talk by Paul Street, an independent radical-democratic policy researcher, teacher, journalist, historian, and author of seven books. In this talk, that he gave at the Open University of the Left in Chicago in March 2019, he offered arguments and proof that the US constitution is not the sacred document protecting the "Peoples Rights”, but on the contrary is authoritarian and anti-democratic by design. After a summary from Part ONE the topics in this part TWO range from problems with impeachment, the Supreme Court decisions equating money with speech and with the Democratic Party neo-liberal tendencies. Conversely the formation of a third party is also made near impossible under the restriction of the constitution. However Paul Street says that electoral politics, constitutional interventions, congressional investigations and Muller reports are not the only or even the leading politics that matter. He ends with an enthusiastic endorsement of what can be done. Among his recommendations: Take to the streets, go on strike, occupy workplaces, idle capital, besiege corporate headquarters, protest corporate media, prevent pipelines and ecocide. Form grassroots movements, defend immigrant, provide sanctuary, oppose the racist police, learn from the Yellow Vests in France and the Extinction Rebellion in England, engage in civil disobedience, make movements fun again, hold workshops to show what capital and industry are doing to a livable ecology, - people are doing this. But, Paul Street concludes, we should also be calling for a new national government and a new national charter. Paul Street’s essays and commentaries have appeared in a wide variety of media such as CounterPunch, Truthdig, Black Agenda Report, the Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, and CNN to name only a few. And he is the author of seven books.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: The Authoritarian Absurdity of the U.S. Constitution TWO of TWO, Segment 1

1 día 18 horas ago
This is the conclusion of Part ONE of the talk by Paul Street, an independent radical-democratic policy researcher, teacher, journalist, historian, and author of seven books. In this talk, that he gave at the Open University of the Left in Chicago in March 2019, he offered arguments and proof that the US constitution is not the sacred document protecting the "Peoples Rights”, but on the contrary is authoritarian and anti-democratic by design. After a summary from Part ONE the topics in this part TWO range from problems with impeachment, the Supreme Court decisions equating money with speech and with the Democratic Party neo-liberal tendencies. Conversely the formation of a third party is also made near impossible under the restriction of the constitution. However Paul Street says that electoral politics, constitutional interventions, congressional investigations and Muller reports are not the only or even the leading politics that matter. He ends with an enthusiastic endorsement of what can be done. Among his recommendations: Take to the streets, go on strike, occupy workplaces, idle capital, besiege corporate headquarters, protest corporate media, prevent pipelines and ecocide. Form grassroots movements, defend immigrant, provide sanctuary, oppose the racist police, learn from the Yellow Vests in France and the Extinction Rebellion in England, engage in civil disobedience, make movements fun again, hold workshops to show what capital and industry are doing to a livable ecology, - people are doing this. But, Paul Street concludes, we should also be calling for a new national government and a new national charter. Paul Street’s essays and commentaries have appeared in a wide variety of media such as CounterPunch, Truthdig, Black Agenda Report, the Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, and CNN to name only a few. And he is the author of seven books.
Maria Gilardin

The Michael Slate Show: Joe Veale, To All Those Who Grieve for Nipsey Hussle… and Want a Better World. Bob Avakian, Revolution and the Gangs; Angelo Guisado, Center for Constitutional Rights, ICE attacks on Lawyers, Reporters and Activists, Segment 1

1 día 19 horas ago
Joe Veale of the Revolution Club on What Really Killed Nipset Hussle, and How Can We Get Free of This Madness? Whoever pulled the trigger, Nipsey Hussle was killed by the system. Bob Avakian Straight-Up on the Revolution... and the Gangs. Center for Constitutional Rights on Retaliation and Government Dossiers on Lawyers, Journalists and Activists at the Southern Border. We'll talk with Attorney Angelo Guisado, a Staff Attorney at CCR.
Michael Slate

The Alembic Files: Mystery History Theater - 12, Segment 1

1 día 22 horas ago
Booth hopscotches through the Northeast, Quebec, the Caribbean and obtains a passport through the British Consulate in San Francisco, having “appropriated” the identity of British immigrant John B. Wilkes, then of Terre Haute, Indiana. Three women recount the time they spent with Booth after his “death.” Booth’s reputed wife Izola is aided by another “dead” man in her efforts to join Booth in San Francisco. Booth’s treachery knows no bounds as he cuts Izola adrift on the Pacific from the ship he commissioned to take them to India. She survives. Years later, Booth as Wilkes returns to the United States for a brief time with his last wife, the former Elizabeth Marshall Burnley of England. After Booth’s death, she writes a series of letters importuning U.S. Grant—whom she had met in 1877in India during his post-Presidential global tour—to release Booth’s frozen assets for a dispersal among her, her daughters, three other women and the children they bore him. Booth, as John B. Wilkes, “believing death to be imminent,” executes his will, Sept. 12, 1883, in Bombay, India, and is buried in Guwahati. The will is certified and probated in the U.S. and its instructions followed. The real John B. Wilkes, formerly of Sheffield, England, dies in Terre Haute in 1912.
Anonymous

Sea Change Radio: Falter: Bill McKibben's Latest Warning, Segment 1

1 día 23 horas ago
Environmentalists have been talking for a long time about the threat to the planet. Now, a prominent voice is directing our attention to a related threat: he says our very humanity is in peril. This week on Sea Change Radio, we welcome back author and environmental leader Bill McKibben. The founder of 350.org, McKibben most notably spearheaded the resistance to the Keystone Pipeline and launched the fast-growing fossil fuel divestment movement. His new book is Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out? While his thesis may seem grim, the book includes a call to action and engagement. In our conversation we discuss the new book, how climate change activism is disrupting right wing plans, and what people can and must do to advance and support a sustainable future.
Sea Change Radio

Fourth World Radyo: Afro-HyperNormalisation: An Indigenist Deconstruction on 'Post-Revolutionary' African-America and the Internalisation of a Racialised Colonial Culture(s) Expressly Designed to Eliminate It, Segment 2

2 días ago
SUMMARY: 4thWorldRadyo host @TheAngryindian offers a spoken word analysis of why North American civil society is failing and asks why so many Africans (and Indigenous Folk) are willing to accept the capitalist controlled, inner-city 'Reality Television/Urban Ghetto' social theme(s) and the foolish acceptance and illogical normalisation of gang culture in Black and Brown America as a rational alternative to mainstream Anglophone society. EXTRAS: Selections from our extensive library of archived political audio, including a public discussion with Bro. Dhoruba bin-Wahad and a smattering of pro-Progressive; anti-violence PSAs. All this and much more on, 4WR. The official Internet radio broadcast of the Aboriginal Press News Service
Aboriginal Press News Service Public Radio (APNSPR)

Fourth World Radyo: Afro-HyperNormalisation: An Indigenist Deconstruction on 'Post-Revolutionary' African-America and the Internalisation of a Racialised Colonial Culture(s) Expressly Designed to Eliminate It, Segment 1

2 días ago
SUMMARY: 4thWorldRadyo host @TheAngryindian offers a spoken word analysis of why North American civil society is failing and asks why so many Africans (and Indigenous Folk) are willing to accept the capitalist controlled, inner-city 'Reality Television/Urban Ghetto' social theme(s) and the foolish acceptance and illogical normalisation of gang culture in Black and Brown America as a rational alternative to mainstream Anglophone society. EXTRAS: Selections from our extensive library of archived political audio, including a public discussion with Bro. Dhoruba bin-Wahad and a smattering of pro-Progressive; anti-violence PSAs. All this and much more on, 4WR. The official Internet radio broadcast of the Aboriginal Press News Service
Aboriginal Press News Service Public Radio (APNSPR)