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Cindy Sheehan's Soapbox: PROTECT VENEZUELA FROM OUTRAGEOUS U.S. ATTACKS, Segment 1

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April 25, 2020 TOPIC: CONTINUING and OUTRAGEOUS U.S. MEDDLING IN THE SOVEREIGNTY OF VENEZUELA GUEST: Whitney Webb Whitney Webb – Writer/Investigator: Whitney Webb is a staff writer for The Last American Vagabond. She has previously written for Mintpress News, Ben Swann’s Truth In Media. Her work has appeared on Global Research, the Ron Paul Institute and 21st Century Wire, among others. She currently lives with her family in southern Chile. For this episode of The Soapbox, Cindy chats with journalist, Whitney Webb about her piece entitled: As US Shale Oil Plunges, Trump Admin Takes Aim at Venezuela A confluence of factors suggests that such a Panama-style invasion of Venezuela is not only a possibility, but increasingly likely. by Whitney Webb ******************************* As a long time supporter of the people of Venezuela, Cindy finds the Trump administration's attack against Venezuela particularly troubling, even though the U.s. has been trying to overthrow the Bolivarian Revolution of former President Hugo Chavez since 1999. This is an important conversation and an important reminder that there are other urgent issues in the world at this time! ************* https://afgj.salsalabs.org/cindysheehan/index.html https://www.facebook.com/Cindy-Sheehans-Soapbox-Radio-Show-188031143274/
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Tapes To Astonish: Walkuman Style #259, Segment 1

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(1.) Unbreakable - Eternal Resistance ft. Popa Chief (2.) Music Makes Me High 2 - Lost Boyz ft. Keith Murray and Popa Don (3.) Survival Mode - Al Da Jazzmatic (4.) Overtime - Dragon Fli Empire (5.) Strike Back - Eleven & Jason D (6.) The New Balance (Live From the D.M.V) - T. Lucas & Substantial ft. DJ RBI (7.) Groove Merchants - Stanley Pedigree (8.) Dont Shut Down on a Player (MZ Boom Bap remix) - Ill Al Skratch (9.) Up North Trip - Mobb Deep (10.) Airplane Mode - Kid Abstrakt & Emapea (11.) Central Park - J.Depina (12.) Here We Go - Shporky (13.) Better Than You - DJ Alkemy, Empuls and Shark (14.) Social Experiment - Elaquent (15.) Redrum - Nine (16.) Let's Celebrate - The Other Guys ft. Awon (17.) King & Duke - Know-It
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Building Bridges: Poultry Industry is Killing Essential Workers , Segment 1

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How the Poultry Industrys Delayed COVID-19 Response Is Killing Americas Essential Workers with Edgar Fields, former professional football defensive tackle who played for the Atlanta Falcons and the Detroit Lions and now having committed his life to worker organizing in the deep south is Southeast Council President of the Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union (RWDSU), which represents 100,000 members throughout the United States. Elose Willis served as Secretary of Local 938, representing poultry workers at Tyson in Camilla, Georgia. She was a proud and committed member of the RWDSU and worked at the facility for 35 years. She passed away due to COVID-19 on April 1, 2020. Mary Holt was a member of Local 938 of the RWDSU Southeast Council and worked the poultry line at the Camilla, Georgia Tyson plant for 27 years. She was a member of the RWDSU Southeast Council. She passed away April 6 from COVID-19 complications. Annie Grant was a member of Local 938 of the RWDSU Southeast Council. For 13 years, Ms. Grant worked at the Tyson plant in Camilla, Georgia. She passed on April 7 due to the coronavirus. Grant worked tirelessly at Tysons poultry plant in Camilla, to provide a future for her children. Annie Grant, 55, had been feverish for two nights. Worried about the coronavirus outbreak, her adult children had begged her to stay home rather than return to the frigid poultry plant in Georgia where she had been on the packing line for nearly 15 years. But on the third day she was ill, they got a text from their mother. They told me I had to come back to work, it said. Ms. Grant ended up returning home, and died in a hospital after fighting for her life on a ventilator for more than a week. Two other workers at the Tyson Foods poultry plant where she worked in Camilla, Ga., have also died in recent days. My mom said the guy at the plant said they had to work to feed America. But my mom was sick, said one of Ms. Grants sons, Willie Martin, 34, a teacher in South Carolina. He said he watched on his phone as his mother took her last breath. At the Tyson facility in Camilla, Georgia, where the RWDSU represents 2,000 members, three members have died from the virus and many are sick or in quarantine. Tyson employs a largely Black workforce that commutes from Albany, Georgia and surrounding cities to the facility daily. Workers debone chickens elbow to elbow with no access to masks. They work at speeds of upwards of 80 chickens per minute, while upper management, largely white and clad in protective gear, oversees production. *****************************
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

This Week In Palestine: Squashing Palestinian advocacy, silencing criticism of Israel, Segment 1

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This week we present a webinar conversation sponsored by the Foundation for Middle East Peace. It features Dimi Khalidi, founder and director of the legal advocacy group, Palestine Legal; Lara Friedman, President of the Foundation for Middle East peace; and Peter Beinart, prolific journalist and author. They discuss the rampant ongoing attempts by various Jewish organizations to silence criticism of Israel on US campuses, and in general squash Palestinian advocacy. We begin with Peter Beinart’s question to Dimi Khalidi.
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)