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Taylor Report: Commentary on International Affairs, Segment 1

3 weeks 2 days ago
Following his discussion of Ramsey Clark, Phil switches topics to international affairs, starting with Rwanda. He refers to the testimony of Michel Houtart, who was director of the company 'Sabena,' which had responsibility for the 'Hôtel des Mille Collines' in Kigali. Houtart described the heroic role of Paul Rusesabagina in managing his hotel during a three-month siege during the 1994 crisis in Kigali. Rusesabagina saved the lives of some 1200 refugees from the fighting. Phil also discusses the 'gunboat attitude' of the United States in how it relates to other countries, in this case India. The U.S. is seemingly unable to even view other countries as potential allies, as it impedes their sovereignty. In an episode that has largely gone unremarked, the U.S. committed aggression against India by sailing warships through its waters without permission. This is a country that the U.S. claims could be an 'ally' against China, yet the U.S. cannot prevent itself from trampling through India's territory with military force.
Anonymous

Radio Ecoshock Show: Endless Summer or Climate Action?, Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
Ready for intense summers six months long? Two months of winter? Our guest from China, scientist Yuping Guan. We also stroll down to Kansas City for a radio interview. But first, is climate action sleeping or dead? Actually, under the surface there is a strong new push to save the climate. We talk with long-time American activist Tom Bowman.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Endless Summer or Climate Action?, Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
Ready for intense summers six months long? Two months of winter? Our guest from China, scientist Yuping Guan. We also stroll down to Kansas City for a radio interview. But first, is climate action sleeping or dead? Actually, under the surface there is a strong new push to save the climate. We talk with long-time American activist Tom Bowman.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Endless Summer or Climate Action?, Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
Ready for intense summers six months long? Two months of winter? Our guest from China, scientist Yuping Guan. We also stroll down to Kansas City for a radio interview. But first, is climate action sleeping or dead? Actually, under the surface there is a strong new push to save the climate. We talk with long-time American activist Tom Bowman.
Alex Smith

Building Bridges: Domestic Workers Care for Others, But Who Cares for Them! , Segment 1

3 weeks 3 days ago
Domestic Workers Care for Others, But Who Cares for Them! with Marrisa Senteno, Co-Director, NY Chapter, National Domestic Workers Alliance and Shamier Settle, Policy Analyst, Fiscal Policy Institute Domestic workers are overwhelmingly women, immigrants and people of color, which coincides with the demographics who we know have been hit hardest by the Covid-19 virus. As they care for the most vulnerable despite their own vulnerability during the pandemic, its time we consider how to make care work, fair work!
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

The Healthy Debate – Episode 17 The Post Pandemic Economy

3 weeks 3 days ago
The Post Pandemic Economy with Eddie Hobbs & Mark O'Byrne
This took place last month (Mar 9th) but will be of wide interest In this episode of the #TheHealthyDebate, we will be chatting about the post-pandemic economy and asking our guests what effect a year of rolling lockdowns will have on our lives over the coming years.

Our guests tonight are financial adviser and media personality, Eddie Hobbs, and financial market analyst Mark O’Byrne. We will also be joined at the end of the show by Diarmaid O’Cadhla, organiser of the recent ‘Rally for Truth’ event in Cork City.
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Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Indigenous in Music with G Precious interview (Hip Hop, Pop) Hour 1, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
Encore: Welcome to Indigenous in Music! This week Larry welcomes from the Ohkay Owingeh, New Mexico, Hip Hop performer, Brenda Atencio aka G Precious is in the house. She has just released her newest album “The Forgotten. G Precious is featured in our current issue of the SAY Magazine, find out all about her on our music page IndigenousinMusic.com. Music from G Precious, Buggin Malone, Mattmac, Chicano Batman, MIOS, DJ krayskree, Dancin Dave, DJ Shub, Hellnback, STOIK, Aleah Belle, Elastic Bond, Frank Waln, JB the First Lady, Q&O, QVLN, Eadse, Carsen Gray, Red Rockerz, Shon Denay, Dawn Avery, Stolen Identity, Zoe, Bomba Estereo, Centavrvs, Plastilina Mosh, 1915, Kinky, Matt Comeau, Stun, Nancy Sanchez and much much more. Visit us on our music page at IndigenousinMusic.com and our homepage at indigenousinmusicandarts.org. We have underwriting opportunities available. Indigenous in Music, a non-profit, section 501(c)(3).
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New World Notes: #685 -- Confronting the Authorities, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
Two features connected by the belief that we need to organize, confront Authority, and radically change (not just "reform") the system. First we'll hear Jordan Brown's short movie, "Forget Shorter Showers." The film features a reading of a good essay by radical environmental activist Derek Jensen. Then part 2 of Jill Lepore's article on the history of police forces, "The Long Blue Line." Lepore shows the police's roots in the control of Black slaves and in the military's imperial adventures abroad.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #685 -- Confronting the Authorities, Segment 1

3 weeks 4 days ago
Two features connected by the belief that we need to organize, confront Authority, and radically change (not just "reform") the system. First we'll hear Jordan Brown's short movie, "Forget Shorter Showers." The film features a reading of a good essay by radical environmental activist Derek Jensen. Then part 2 of Jill Lepore's article on the history of police forces, "The Long Blue Line." Lepore shows the police's roots in the control of Black slaves and in the military's imperial adventures abroad.
Kenneth Dowst