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2 Bulls in a China Shop Interview: Sarah Glass Interview, Order Flow Analyst and Options Trader, Segment 1

1 day 4 hours ago
This week Kyle and Dan are joined by Sarah Glass, the last of the Big 3 at TRADEPRO Academy. Sarah specializes in order flow analysis and options trading. She helps the guys understand the importance of following the "smart" money as well as how to interpret unusual options alerts. After Kyle misunderstands the honorary "Flow Master" title, he wraps things up by testing her hip-hop lyrical abilities.
2 Bulls in a China Shop

The Michael Slate Show: Michelle Xai, LA Revolution Club on the June 12 Marches – Getting Organized for Revolution – Nothing Less!, Segment 1

1 day 16 hours ago
We'll hear one of the speeches from the June12, march in Los Angeles: “Show the World: We Are Getting Organized Now for REVOLUTION, NOTHING LESS!” We'll hear Noche Diaz, spokesperson for the Revolution Club, speaking in front of the LA County Sheriffs station in South Central LA. Michelle Xai of the Los Angeles Revolution Club joins Michael to talk about the march, what happened, why it's important, and what's next.
Michael Slate

TUC Radio: The origin of COVID: Did people or nature open Pandora’s box at Wuhan? - Nicholas Wade, Segment 2

1 day 17 hours ago
Nicholas Wade is a science writer, editor, and author who has worked on the staff of Nature, Science, and, for many years, the New York Times. His May 5, 2021 article in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, asking whether people or nature opened Pandora’s box at Wuhan, generated huge interest and follow-on interviews. In this interview Nicholas Wade covers intriguing questions regarding the remaining mystery of who the original host animal was - and what intermediate animal introduced it to humans. Also - how Donald Trump naming it, without evidence, the China Virus made scientists and media want to support the theory of a natural origin in order to stem the tide of racism. And - to make it even more complex, the thorny issue that the Wuhan Lab, at the time in question, received funding for corona virus research from US taxpayers via a grant from the National Institutes of Health administered by the EcoHealth Alliance. This interview by the British science author and journalist Aditi Prasad was streamed Live on May 31, 2021 on the video channel of the Hindustan Times, an Indian English-language daily newspaper.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: The origin of COVID: Did people or nature open Pandora’s box at Wuhan? - Nicholas Wade, Segment 1

1 day 17 hours ago
Nicholas Wade is a science writer, editor, and author who has worked on the staff of Nature, Science, and, for many years, the New York Times. His May 5, 2021 article in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, asking whether people or nature opened Pandora’s box at Wuhan, generated huge interest and follow-on interviews. In this interview Nicholas Wade covers intriguing questions regarding the remaining mystery of who the original host animal was - and what intermediate animal introduced it to humans. Also - how Donald Trump naming it, without evidence, the China Virus made scientists and media want to support the theory of a natural origin in order to stem the tide of racism. And - to make it even more complex, the thorny issue that the Wuhan Lab, at the time in question, received funding for corona virus research from US taxpayers via a grant from the National Institutes of Health administered by the EcoHealth Alliance. This interview by the British science author and journalist Aditi Prasad was streamed Live on May 31, 2021 on the video channel of the Hindustan Times, an Indian English-language daily newspaper.
Maria Gilardin

Sea Change Radio: Liz King: Civil Rights In Our Public Schools, Segment 1

1 day 17 hours ago
One front on which the fight for racial justice is being waged is in the area of education. We have been led to believe that education is the great equalizer in this country, but the reality is that Black and Brown students have disparate experiences in school. For example, a national study from the Center for Civil Rights Remedies, issued in 2020, showed that African American students were more than four times as likely to be suspended from school and lost five times as many days of instruction due to disciplinary push-out. How do we stop this, and where is the accountability? This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to Liz King, the Director of Education at the Leadership Council on Civil and Human Rights about efforts to fight discrimination in our nation's public schools. She makes the case for doubling the Department of Education's budget of the Office for Civil Rights, a primary agent in holding school systems accountable for injustices inflicted upon students on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, etc. She revisits the damage done to public education during the DeVos era, and offers some solutions to help protect students against discrimination in schools.
Sea Change Radio

Global Research News Hour: Still Unreconciled in Canada: A Century of Residential School Horrors, Segment 1

1 day 19 hours ago
Today on a special episode of the Global Research News Hour, as increasing numbers of Canadians wake up to the reality of the horrors that took place in the residential school system, we hear multiple perspectives about what it all means for the survivors, for settlers, for the foundation of the building of this country and for the prospects of righting relationships and moving forward in a mutually advantageous way. In our first half hour we hear from Professor Niigaan Sinclair about why some Canadians are refusing to associate residential schools with a genocide. Then we hear from Professor David Macdonald about the origins of residential schools and what continues their trend toward violence today. We’ll hear from former United Church Minister Minister Kevin Annett about his own endeavors to correct the record and what is missing from the media’s current reporting. Finally, researcher Richard Sanders shares the secret about FICTIVE CANADA and the role that played in doing nothing in the face of atrocities against Indigenous people.
CKUW news

Taylor Report: CLC Showing Signs of Life, Segment 1

2 days 5 hours ago
A great sigh of relief as, finally, Hassan Yussuf has departed the presidency of the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC). He was put into that position by Jerry Dias of UNIFOR to draw the Canadian labour movement into the orbit of the ruling Liberal Party of Canada, which he very nearly did. In the place of the outgoing CLC Executive, convention voted three women into office: Bea Bruske, Lily Chang and Siobhan Vipond. Larry Brown of NUPGE stays on as Executive Vice-President. Phil Taylor interviews Tony Leah, Political Action Chair of UNIFOR Local 222 at General Motors, Oshawa, about the promising resolutions passed at the convention. These include a trio of resolutions in support of Palestine, which passed easily, but weren't reported in the media, plus a wide range of other resolutions including one, opposed by Yussuf, for the CLC to officially to endorse the NDP. This is essential listening for Canadian trade unionists.
Anonymous

This Way Out: Ari and Alix: No Sad Songs + global LGBTQ news + more!, Segment 1

2 days 19 hours ago
Singing the praises of Ari Gold and Alix Dobkin; a “Rainbow Minute” charts the history of the Stonewall Inn; the Bidens honor the brave and the proud; Hungary outlaws queer content in schools and media, the top U.S. court rules for the Church without apparent LGBTQ rights impact, and two more Mexican states approve marriage equality! All that, and more this week, when you discover “This Way Out”: the world’s audio oasis for queer news and culture.
Lucia Chappelle