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The Michael Slate Show: Andy Zee, In the Name of Humanity, We Refuse to Accept a Fascist America, Trump Pence Out Now! Keyanna Celina, Justice for Dijon Kizzee., Segment 1

11 heures 34 minutes ago
Andy Zee talks about the rapid consolidation of a fully fascist form of rule by Trump and Pence, why people need to take to the streets, and the need for continuous protests that are now scheduled to begin October 3. And Keyanna Celina will be talking about the murder of Dijon Kizzee by LA County Sheriffs in South Central LA and the protests that have been demanding justice in the face of intense repression.
Michael Slate

TUC Radio: Vandana Shiva: The Future of Food and Farming in a Pandemic World - Part TWO of TWO, Segment 2

18 heures 28 minutes ago
This is the conclusion of a masterclass on this theme taught by Vandana Shiva to students at the University of British Columbia on August 17, 2020. This program also includes a rare bonus-track of a TUC Radio recording of Shiva’s keynote at the Fast Food World conference at UC Berkeley on November 24, 2003. Before earning her PhD in quantum theory Vandana Shiva had been training in India in the atomic energy commission. She credits the Chipko Movement, where she volunteered, with teaching her about biodiversity. Chipko was a nonviolent ecological movement in India in the 1970s started by rural villagers, mainly women. They were protecting trees and forests slated for government-backed logging by embracing the trees and stopping the chainsaws. Vandana Shiva gave up a career in physics and returned to her mothers farm. She set up the Research Foundation for Science, Technology, and Ecology in her mother’s cowshed in 1997 and became an eloquent spokesperson for the ecological value of traditional farming. In the last 30 years Vandana Shiva has campaigned against genetic engineering, biotechnology, chemical industrial agriculture, patenting of life and the global rule of the World Trade Organization. These two segments from Vandana Shiva’s work are meant to inspire a new kind of thinking about food and soil at a time when coming home to basics might bring comfort and inspiration.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Vandana Shiva: The Future of Food and Farming in a Pandemic World - Part TWO of TWO, Segment 1

18 heures 28 minutes ago
This is the conclusion of a masterclass on this theme taught by Vandana Shiva to students at the University of British Columbia on August 17, 2020. This program also includes a rare bonus-track of a TUC Radio recording of Shiva’s keynote at the Fast Food World conference at UC Berkeley on November 24, 2003. Before earning her PhD in quantum theory Vandana Shiva had been training in India in the atomic energy commission. She credits the Chipko Movement, where she volunteered, with teaching her about biodiversity. Chipko was a nonviolent ecological movement in India in the 1970s started by rural villagers, mainly women. They were protecting trees and forests slated for government-backed logging by embracing the trees and stopping the chainsaws. Vandana Shiva gave up a career in physics and returned to her mothers farm. She set up the Research Foundation for Science, Technology, and Ecology in her mother’s cowshed in 1997 and became an eloquent spokesperson for the ecological value of traditional farming. In the last 30 years Vandana Shiva has campaigned against genetic engineering, biotechnology, chemical industrial agriculture, patenting of life and the global rule of the World Trade Organization. These two segments from Vandana Shiva’s work are meant to inspire a new kind of thinking about food and soil at a time when coming home to basics might bring comfort and inspiration.
Maria Gilardin

Sea Change Radio: George Monbiot on the Power of Narrative and Altruism, Segment 1

18 heures 54 minutes ago
As 2020, aka the year from hell, rolls on, we thought it might be a good time to revisit an uplifting voice from less troubled times. This week on Sea Change Radio, we dig into the archives and listen to our 2017 discussion with British writer and environmentalist, George Monbiot. We talk about his book, Out of the Wreckage, where Monbiot examines how our politics have been mired between the redundant doctrines of Keynesianism and neoliberalism - and he reminds us of the importance of recognizing altruism and of the power of narrative in the human psyche. In addition to providing some insight into how we ended up here, it’ll hopefully help you take your mind off of this dismal year.
Sea Change Radio

Taylor Report: Hotel Rwanda Hero was Abducted - What Can be Done?, Segment 1

1 jour 12 heures ago
Paul Rusesabagina has appeared in a court in Kigali, after mysteriously disappearing from the United Arab Emirates. Rusesabagina is a well-known critic of the Rwandan regime presided over by dictator Paul Kagame. Phil talks to two members of the Rwandan Bridge Builders, Pierre-Claver Nkinambuzi and Gilbert Mwenedata about Rusesabagina's shocking abduction. Though Paul Rusesabagina was at first regarded as a national hero subsequent to the release of the popular film "Hotel Rwanda," he later because a villain in the eyes of the Kagame regime after Rusesabagina became a critic of Kagame. Paul Rusesabagina will not get a fair trial in Rwanda. He was a refugee in Belgium, and then became a Belgian citizen. Belgium, then, should demand that Rusesabagina be returned to Belgium, where the Rwandan government would have to follow due process in making a case for extradition.
Anonymous

This Way Out: Ganda Betrayed + global LGBTQ news!, Segment 1

1 jour 14 heures ago
Aftershocks continue in the wake of the pardon of a U.S. Marine killer of a Filipina trans-woman; LGBTQ’s mourn the loss of “notorious” ally Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Hong Kong’s High Court hands same-gender couples one win and one loss, a U.S. judge makes spousal rights retroactive for pre-equality same-gender couples, a U.K. Employment Tribunal protects gender variance under the Equality Act, Chick-fil-A flops after their San Antonio Airport flap, and more global LGBTQ news!
Lucia Chappelle

Latin Waves : David Bacon, Current Immigration under Trump, Segment 1

1 jour 22 heures ago
David Bacon is a photojournalist, author, political activist, and union organizer who has focused on labor issues, particularly those related to immigrant labor. He has written several books and numerous articles on the subject. His most recent book is In the Fields of the North / En los campos del norte: , David Bacon documents the experiences of some of the hardest-working and most disenfranchised laborers in the country: the farm workers who are responsible for making California Americas breadbasket. Combining haunting photographs with the voices of migrant farm workers. Host Sylvia Richardson speaks to David about how US foreign policies combined with regressive trade agreements have been responsible for displacing millions of people from countries like El Salvador, Haiti and Mexico, and how Trump is adding insult to injury by repealing the TPS Status (Temporary Protected Status) from people who have been living and contributing to American society for many decades. And how as citizens we must stand together and protect those most vulnerable despite who the president is.
latinwaves@gmail.com

Free Thy Land: Hot Naked Women Secretly Takeover the Planet, Segment 2

2 jours 4 heures ago
Time traveling fascists without clothes. The Mantis Mother of all Conspiracy. DIY Full Disclosure continues in part 1 on Mantis Hybrid tactics, weapons, underwater base, and weaknesses. Unlike capitalist UFO radio, the commercials are calls for activism and this show is packed with concepts that could fill an entire book that Host Freedom is too fucking lazy to write.
Freedom

Free Thy Land: Hot Naked Women Secretly Takeover the Planet, Segment 1

2 jours 4 heures ago
Time traveling fascists without clothes. The Mantis Mother of all Conspiracy. DIY Full Disclosure continues in part 1 on Mantis Hybrid tactics, weapons, underwater base, and weaknesses. Unlike capitalist UFO radio, the commercials are calls for activism and this show is packed with concepts that could fill an entire book that Host Freedom is too fucking lazy to write.
Freedom

This Week In Palestine: Sut Jhally on the Israeli Lobby's use of propaganda to alter historical facts, Segment 1

2 jours 14 heures ago
Today we explore the use of propaganda to control the political discourse. In particular the use of propaganda by the Israeli Lobby to alter historical facts and put forth a narrative that, though false, suits their imperialistic agenda. Sut Jhally, Professor emeritus at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, has studied and taught the issue for years, and was interviewed in a Washington Report on the Middle East webinar by Grant Smith. If you have not seen Sut Jhally’s film, the Occupation of the American Mind, you can find it for free on YouTube. It is an amazing piece of film…so good and so accurate that censoring it has become a major focus for the Israeli lobby.
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Esther Pennell in our Spotlight Interview (Bluegrass, Folk) Hour 1, Segment 1

2 jours 18 heures ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music! This week Larry's Esther Pennell, from North Bay Ontario, she is a singer, songwriter and performer. She has just released her 3rd album “Big Dream,” a mix of Bluegrass Folk. Esther is featured in the current issue of the SAY Magazine, visit us on our homepage at Indigenous in Music.com and find our all about Esther and her new album “Big Dream.” Music from Esther Pennell, Twin Flames, Anachnid, Mike Bern, Indian City, Mike Paul, Nicola Conte, Bostich+Fussible, Shon Denay, Dawn Avery, Ana Tijoux, Def-i. Blue Flamez, The Dusin Harder Band, Stones of Red, Rosary Spence, VILDA, Alan Syliboy and the Thundermakers, QVLN, Leela Gilday, Irv Lyons Jr, Tchutchu, Nortec Collective, Sober Junkie, John McLeod Peyote Jim, Samantha Crain and much much more. If you love our show, you can make a donation now, show your support for US and our Musicians....Visit us on our music page at http://indigenousinmusic.com/make-a-donation. We are a non-profit, section 501(c)(3)
Anonymous

New World Notes: #655 -- Celebrities (R), Segment 1

3 jours ago
An interesting look at our fascination with celebrities ... and corporate marketers' exploitation of this to sell products. In fact our attraction to celebrities appears rooted in our evolution: the closer our ancestors got to the alpha male, the more likely they were to survive. The show includes parts of the documentary film *Starsuckers* and CHRIS HEDGES' critique of Michael Jackson's funeral.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #655 -- Celebrities (R), Segment 1

3 jours ago
An interesting look at our fascination with celebrities ... and corporate marketers' exploitation of this to sell products. In fact our attraction to celebrities appears rooted in our evolution: the closer our ancestors got to the alpha male, the more likely they were to survive. The show includes parts of the documentary film *Starsuckers* and CHRIS HEDGES' critique of Michael Jackson's funeral.
Kenneth Dowst

Building Bridges: Flight Attendants Nationwide Fight for Their Jobs with Pres. Sara Nelson, Segment 1

3 jours 2 heures ago
Flight Attendants Nationwide Fight for Their Jobs with Pres. Sara Nelson Pres. of the Association of Flight Attendants, Sara Nelson says to workers, In our hands is placed a power greater than their hoarded gold, greater than the might of armies magnified a thousand fold. featuring Sara Nelson, Pres. of the fifty thousand members, at twenty airlines, Association of Flight Attendants The Association of Flight Attendants is fighting to protect 100,000 jobs in airports nationwide with the expiration of the corona virus legislation on October 1st. And here we are" with this White House, recognizing that the last thing we can do is take the rights weve gained for granted. Mother Jones told us, We will fight and win. Fight and lose. But above all, we must fight! Our rights are never absolute. They exist because generations of workers died to give us these rights says Sara Nelson who became prominent nationally after threatening a general strike during the month long government shut down in 2018 over Trump's demand for funding his border wall in which more than 800,00 Federal government workers went without paychecks. The next day Trump reopened the government, absent his wall funding. A staunch advocate of the use of strikes Nelson has been mentioned as a successor to AFL-CIO Pres. Richard Trumka.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg