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Radio Ecoshock Show: From the Deep Green Resistance, Segment 1

1 semaine ago
Are we in the twilight of a civilization which extinguishes our environment? A full length interview with Derrick Jensen, author of 25 books on deep green resistance and thinking though the veil. From Trump to fossil suicide, Jensen explains why he is "desperate" to get his message out there. Is he telling us how to walk into a collapse with eyes wide open?
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: From the Deep Green Resistance, Segment 1

1 semaine ago
Are we in the twilight of a civilization which extinguishes our environment? A full length interview with Derrick Jensen, author of 25 books on deep green resistance and thinking though the veil. From Trump to fossil suicide, Jensen explains why he is "desperate" to get his message out there. Is he telling us how to walk into a collapse with eyes wide open?
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: From the Deep Green Resistance, Segment 1

1 semaine ago
Are we in the twilight of a civilization which extinguishes our environment? A full length interview with Derrick Jensen, author of 25 books on deep green resistance and thinking though the veil. From Trump to fossil suicide, Jensen explains why he is "desperate" to get his message out there. Is he telling us how to walk into a collapse with eyes wide open?
Alex Smith

Latin Waves : interviews author Susan George, Segment 1

1 semaine ago
Susan is one of Transnational Institutes (TNI) most renowned fellows for her long-term and ground-breaking analysis of global issues. Author of fourteen widely translated books, she describes her work in a cogent way that has come to define TNI: "The job of the responsible social scientist is first to uncover these forces [of wealth, power and control], to write about them clearly, without jargon... and finally..to take an advocacy position in favor of the disadvantaged, the underdogs, the victims of injustice.
latinwaves@gmail.com

Trumpacolypse Now: Impeachment Soon, Segment 1

1 semaine ago
Here is a Donnie Darko-themed show with Trump's nuke finger getting itchy, Trevor Noah scorches Trump's twitter war threats, Colbert get proctological, The Megalasaurus rides on, Facebook workers are so burdened, Michael Cohen goes down, and we begin the final count down, all the way to impeachment!
Furious George

Subversion #1312: 2018 Stolenweath Games - Gwenda Stanley Aboriginal Activist, Segment 1

1 semaine 1 jour ago
The Stolenwealth (Commonwealth) Games occurs every four years, and travels around the globe revisiting (invading) a country where the indigenous people have suffered at the hands of the British empire. This year the games were held in Australia on the Gold Coast in (not the) Queensland. A camp was set up near the main venue for first nations Australians and allies to tell the world of the injustices (past and present) suffered by aboriginal Australians by the continued occupation of their land. This interview was conducted with Gwenda Stanley who was part of the national working group organising the indigenous response to the Games. https://subversion1312.tk/2018/04/15/2018-stolenwealth-games-gwenda-stanley-indigenous-activist/
Linda Rose

Teachers Take the Lessons of the Classrooms to the Streets from West Virginia to Oklahoma, Kentucky and Arizona, Segment 1

1 semaine 1 jour ago
Teachers Take the Lessons of the Classrooms to the Streets from West Virginia to Oklahoma, Kentucky and Arizona with . Nema Brewer, a school employee and organizer, Fayette County, Ky. . Teresa Danks, Grimes Elementary School teacher, Tulsa, Okla. . Derek Harris, Tucson Unified District, middle school music teacher The victorious wildcat strike in W. Virginia ushered in a new wave of teacher and state worker activism and strikes organized by the rank and file with their unions racing to catch up. Teachers without bargaining rights in Oklahoma, Kentucky and Arizona and where striking is illegal & their unions weak summoned their courage and walked off the job. The workers in Kentucky entered the fray en masse with a sick-out after a surprise attack by the state government on their pension rights. The strikes and mass protests have been led by the workers themselves forming new organizations often based on face book sites which host full-throttle conversations of what to do next such as Arizonas face book group that organized the #RedForEd campaign and Kentuckys KY120 United. They are fighting years of budget cuts which translate into low wages and benefits and as importantly for these workers reduced school budgets meaning overcrowded classrooms, lacking basic supplies, updated books and educational materials. They are fighting for themselves and their students and have rejected deals to separate the issues. Workers have been under brutal attack & unionization has been in decline for over 40 years. The employer offensive against unions has included all-out war against militant action and especially strikes. Yet it has only been in the periods of struggle and strikes for the private sector in the 1930s and late 40s and the public sector in the 1960s that unions have grown and workers prospered. Now the West Virginia workers have sparked workers across the land to embrace their rekindled militancy.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg