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TUC Radio: Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz on the Green Corn Rebellion (THREE of THREE), Segment 2

1 周 ago
This is the last of three programs on the Indigenous People's History of the US. On October 11, 2017 Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz gave a talk at the Lannan Foundation in Santa Fe New Mexico. In this last segment Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz makes inspiring comments on two questions asked by Nick Estes. He is member of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe in South Dakota, and doctoral candidate at the University of New Mexico. First she remembers the forgotten history of the Green Corn Rebellion in Oklahoma. When Woodrow Wilson declared war in 1917 the poor tenant farmers in Oklahoma forged a coalition of Whites, African Americans and Indians. They were united by the recognition that the family would starve if they lost their sons. Under leadership of the Seminole Indians they wrote a manifesto, created a liberated zone by blowing up brides and tried to embark on an anti war march through the South with the goal to establish a socialist commonwealth. Their movement was betrayed by an informer and mostly white militia members confronted them and ended the uprising. This program ends with a moving argument that the tending of corn and most vegetables that are know today by peoples in the Western Hemisphere had created extraordinary civilizations from Terra de Fuego to the Subarctic. They were on par with the other - more famous - civilizations in the Middle East as well as China. European Colonialism appropriated these already existing civilizations, shoved the people aside, and then privatized the wealth. Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz is not only professor emerita of ethnic studies with a focus on history but has also been part of the International Indigenous movement for more than four decades. Along with groups such as the International Indian Treaty Council she advocated up to the level of the United Nations for indigenous sovereignty and land rights. She is the author of many books including Roots of Resistance, The Great Sioux Nation, and An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States. Her upcoming book is Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment - to be published by City Lights in early 2018.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz on the Green Corn Rebellion (THREE of THREE), Segment 1

1 周 ago
This is the last of three programs on the Indigenous People's History of the US. On October 11, 2017 Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz gave a talk at the Lannan Foundation in Santa Fe New Mexico. In this last segment Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz makes inspiring comments on two questions asked by Nick Estes. He is member of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe in South Dakota, and doctoral candidate at the University of New Mexico. First she remembers the forgotten history of the Green Corn Rebellion in Oklahoma. When Woodrow Wilson declared war in 1917 the poor tenant farmers in Oklahoma forged a coalition of Whites, African Americans and Indians. They were united by the recognition that the family would starve if they lost their sons. Under leadership of the Seminole Indians they wrote a manifesto, created a liberated zone by blowing up brides and tried to embark on an anti war march through the South with the goal to establish a socialist commonwealth. Their movement was betrayed by an informer and mostly white militia members confronted them and ended the uprising. This program ends with a moving argument that the tending of corn and most vegetables that are know today by peoples in the Western Hemisphere had created extraordinary civilizations from Terra de Fuego to the Subarctic. They were on par with the other - more famous - civilizations in the Middle East as well as China. European Colonialism appropriated these already existing civilizations, shoved the people aside, and then privatized the wealth. Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz is not only professor emerita of ethnic studies with a focus on history but has also been part of the International Indigenous movement for more than four decades. Along with groups such as the International Indian Treaty Council she advocated up to the level of the United Nations for indigenous sovereignty and land rights. She is the author of many books including Roots of Resistance, The Great Sioux Nation, and An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States. Her upcoming book is Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment - to be published by City Lights in early 2018.
Maria Gilardin

Sea Change Radio: Sami Grover on Planes, Trains and Automobiles of the Future, Segment 1

1 周 ago
As many of us prepare for the hectic holiday hustle of planes, trains and automobiles, we might be thinking about how our travel plans are going to increase our carbon footprints. Fortunately, there are important strides being made to electrify these modes of transportation. This week on Sea Change Radio, we hear from Treehugger’s Sami Grover who gives us a peek into two projects coming out of the U.K. -- one will allow jets to use less fuel and emit less carbon, and the other enables trains to stop spewing dirty diesel. We talk with Grover about the current state of these technological innovations, discuss how private and public sectors are working to foster innovation, and look at other movements toward electric transit happening around the globe.
Sea Change Radio

This Way Out: Oz Senators say "I Do" + more global LGBT news!, Segment 1

1 周 1 天 ago
The Australian Senate votes values on marriage equality; Ankara and Istanbul ban all pro-LGBT events, Chilean lawmakers debate a presidential marriage proposal, Delhi and Hong Kong Pride-sters march for law reform, a Romanian gay man seeks spousal rights for his Belgian-wed American husband, a U.S. federal judge further slams Trump’s trans military ban, Trudeau tenders a tearful apology for queer oppression, and more LGBTQ news from around the world.
Lucia Chappelle

Tapes To Astonish: Walkuman Style #187, Segment 1

1 周 2 天 ago
1. Spit - Dan-E-O ft. Illa J 2. Napalm - Funky DL 3. 100 Magnets - Sankofa 4. Stand to the Side - Talib Kweli ft. Vinia Mojica and Novel 5. Gettin' Up - Q-Tip 6. Gathering Firewood in the Snow - Touch 7. Meet Me in the Sky - Cedric Clinton ft. Maryanne Ito 8. Iced Down Medallions - Royal Flush ft. Noreaga (*on hook) 9. Still Slummin' - Lute 10. Mama Jay - Frizzy P & Mister Cole 11. You Know My Steez - Gang Starr 12. Va dedicado - Ekipz & Keizen 13. The Fame Game (Marco Polo remix) - Es Nine ft. Fashawn 14. More - Steph Dash Nash ft. Theo 3 and Kenn Starr 15. DTK - Verbz & Mr. Slipz 16. Just Some Vibes - Moka Only ft. Dank 17. Sinatrouille - DJ Brans 18. Colors - Yasu-Pacino ft. Budamunk
Gamma Krush

Latin Waves : INTERVIEWS DR ROBERT JENSEN (CHRISTMAS SHOW) , Segment 1

1 周 2 天 ago
Latin waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Robert Jensen about our dead culture of state Fundamentalism. Jensen says that absolute beliefs that ignore lifes complexities are used to support the politics of empire. He gives examples of these, including market fundamentalism (capitalism), moral fundamentalism (of spreading democracy), or technological fundamentalism " the belief that technology will solve the environmental problems it causes. Jensen claims that capitalist fundamentalism is in fact incompatible with Christianity, which. like many the other great religions, are calls to recognize the universal human family. He describes alternative types of power that can lead to a hopeful future.
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