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New World Notes: #510 -- Potpourri 6, Segment 1

3 天 19 小时 ago
A bit of this, a bit of that. Features more of Noam Chomsky's discussion (with Ralph Nader) on the ill effects of the growing concentration of wealth and power. Plus KD's "Press Review" of oddball newspaper stories and a song by Ethan Miller & Kate Boverman.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #510 -- Potpourri 6, Segment 1

3 天 19 小时 ago
A bit of this, a bit of that. Features more of Noam Chomsky's discussion (with Ralph Nader) on the ill effects of the growing concentration of wealth and power. Plus KD's "Press Review" of oddball newspaper stories and a song by Ethan Miller & Kate Boverman.
Kenneth Dowst

Prison Radio Show: November 24, 2017, Segment 1

3 天 22 小时 ago
This show featured a three part interview with the Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement’s New York City chapter (RAM-NYC). The interview talked about RAM’s book Burn Down the American Plantation, their strategy for revolution, and what inspires them, among other topics. You can check them out at revolutionaryabolition.org.
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Prison Radio Show: November 9, 2017, Segment 1

3 天 22 小时 ago
On this show, we aired the third and final part of our interview with Lynne Jackson and Jeanne Finley from Project Salam, which is based in Albany, NY. In the interview, Jackson and Finley discuss the criminalization of Muslim men, specifically Yassin Aref and Mohammed Hosain, who were entrapped by the FBI in Albany, New York and convicted on terrorism charges. This show also featured an interview with Amy Darwish of Montreal based Solidarity Across Borders. Amy talked to us about the government’s plan to build a new immigration detention centre in Laval in the coming years. For more information visit solidarityacrossborders.org.
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Prison Radio Show: October 27, 2017, Segment 1

3 天 22 小时 ago
This was our funding drive show! Helen from the Certain Days Calendar Collective came on the show to talk about the 2018 Certain Days Calendar (certaindays.org). Then we aired part two of an interview that we did with two members of Project Salam, Lynne Jackson and Jeanne Finley. In the interview, Jackson and Finley discuss the criminalization of Muslim men, specifically Yassin Aref and Mohammed Hosain, who were entrapped by the FBI in Albany, New York. In this part, they specifically talk about Communications Management Units, a specific type of high security prison unit.
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Building Bridges: National Gradtuate Student Tax Walkout Protest , Segment 1

4 天 4 小时 ago
Graduate students across the country walkout and rally against Trump-GOP tax plan that takes from the poor and gives to the rich " the haves and have mores! with Noah Charles and Jena Freubenburg, Ohio State Graduate School student organizers of the national gradtaxwalkout protest The Senate Tax Bill passed with votes split along party lines. The proposed tax bill would raise taxes on graduate students by nearly 400%. Graduate students serve our communities " they teach classes, grade papers and are vital to higher education. They are the future of innovation and research and demand that their graduate education be affordable! Noah Charles who studies theoretical physics at Ohio State and Jena Freudenburg, who studies astronomy at Ohio State, organizers of the national gradtaxwalkout protest talk to Building Bridges about the onerous tax bill.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Building Bridges: National Gradtuate Student Tax Walkout Protest , Segment 1

4 天 4 小时 ago
Graduate students across the country walkout and rally against Trump-GOP tax plan that takes from the poor and gives to the rich " the haves and have mores! with Noah Charles and Jena Freubenburg, Ohio State Graduate School student organizers of the national gradtaxwalkout protest The Senate Tax Bill passed with votes split along party lines. The proposed tax bill would raise taxes on graduate students by nearly 400%. Graduate students serve our communities " they teach classes, grade papers and are vital to higher education. They are the future of innovation and research and demand that their graduate education be affordable! Noah Charles who studies theoretical physics at Ohio State and Jena Freudenburg, who studies astronomy at Ohio State, organizers of the national gradtaxwalkout protest talk to Building Bridges about the onerous tax bill.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Global Research News Hour: Fourth Estate in Peril & the Need for Alternative Voices: Conversations with Robert Parry and Abby Martin, Segment 1

4 天 22 小时 ago
This episode of the Global Research News Hour casts a spotlight on the deterioration of journalistic standards since the era of Watergate and the Iran-Contra scandal, and the challenges facing authentic journalists seeking to counter Western propaganda. Robert Parry is an award-winning journalist and editor of consortiumnews.com. Abby Martin. host and producer of Telesur's "The Empire Files" is the former host of RT's "Breaking the Set". The interview is a repeat broadcast of audio first airing ON a February 17th Fund-raising show.
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