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WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service - WINGS #23-22 Unlearning Patriarchy

1 week 4 days ago
Professor Claudia von Werlhof's many books include The Failure of Modern Civilization and the Struggle for a Deep Alternative: On Critical Theory of Patriarchy as a New Paradigm. In this interview, she describes current economics, science and politics as belonging to a centuries-old patriarchal dream to replace dependency on women and nature with an artificial world. This fantasy underlies both gnostic religion and the thirst for war. The only solution, she says, is that "Men have to realize that life is here, they are here, they belong to life." Von Werlhof has also written harsh criticisms and warnings about geo-engineering,
WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service

Sips, Suds, & Smokes - Episode 482: When’s the beer break

1 week 4 days ago
SUDS Episode – A brewery takeover with Stone Brewing Company. A full lineup of mostly IPA beers. We revisit some of the “reformulated” beers. Now you’ll know what they do for fun in Colorado- peanut pushing. Can we purchase the merchandising rights for “Peanut Pushing?” Tim decides to channel Mike and hates everything.
One Tan Hand Productions

The Children's Hour - Banned Books

1 week 4 days ago
This time on The Children's Hour, our summer interns Julia Wolfe and Sophie Anderson-Haynie have co-written and produced a program about Banned Books. They teach us what that means, the history of banning books, and how it's even possible in the era of digital reading. We also learn about something that's being talked about a lot in the news, and is being used as a reason to ban books: Critical Race Theory. Julia and Sophie read us a book that is being banned in some schools because a few people think it teaches this college-level theory by telling the story the real-life Ruby Bridges. Listeners can decide for themselves. Banned Books Week is celebrated every year the last full week of September. This year, that's September 18 - 24, 2022.
Katie Stone

This Week In Palestine - AIPAC funding run wild: Take-Aways from the 2022 Democratic Party Primaries

1 week 4 days ago
We are getting a lot of information about the funding of election candidates now that the Primary Election season is winding down and financial reports are filed. Because of the urgency of this election, unprecedented amounts of money are being poured into the primary process, much of it dark money that comes with a cost. One of the major sources of candidates' campaign money is the America Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), which is pouring huge amounts of funding into candidates based on only one issue: total support of Israel. It is supporting, among others, proven Insurrectionists, white supremacists, and MAGA members…if they are willing to pledge allegiance to Israel. If you are a candidate running against a critic of Israel like Rashida Tlaib or Ilhan Omar, expect boatloads of funding to support your campaign. Today we hear a forum focusing on an analysis of the actual funding of several primaries which have just taken place, and the strategies used to defeat so called “enemies of Israel," of which there are a growing number. Sponsored by The Foundation for Middle East Peace, the forum features Rania Batrice, Lara Friedman, and Dr Yousef Munnayyer.
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)

Tapes To Astonish - Walkuman Style #335

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(1.) The Lyricist - Richy Pitch ft. J-Live (cuts by DJ Go - The Mixologist) (2.) Universal King - Channel Two ft. Nfa (3.) kids on route - orange & blue (4.) Four Seasons - Muneshine (5.) Speed of Life - Evitan (6.) Born 4 flight - Phil Maggio (7.) Cassette Tape - Soulrac ft. Es and Hakim Green (8.) Music Keeps Calling - Rico James The Aztext (9.) He Paid It All instrumental - Die-Rek (10.) The very life I live - Moka Only (11.) Polaroid - Kyran Scott (12.) Smooth Ride - Nelson Dialect & Mr. Slipz ft. Jehst and Confuscius MC (13.) The Distance - Funky DL (14.) Simple As That - Lrk Chronicle & Mr Al Pete (15.) Higher Vibration - Kid Abstrakt (16.) Defined by the Dollar - Encore (17.) The Chosen - Awon & Soul.Dope.95 (18.) Bidwell Parkway - K.D. Tha Produce Man (19.) flirt - kevatta
Gamma Krush

Radio Ecoshock Show - How To Live With Scary Climate News

1 week 5 days ago
Frightening news - about methane, & the Arctic - Sir David King. How people around the world react to bad news on climate, Nicole Wilcoxon from the Gallup Poll people. But how can we handle this black knowledge personally? With her training in psychology, Carolyn Baker helps people through each personal climate crisis.
Alex Smith

- The Appalachian Sunday Morning with Danny Hensley

1 week 5 days ago
A weekly Sunday Morning broadcast featuring all Gospel music selections with your program & station host - Danny Hensley. Join us at www.sbbradio.org 91.7 FM Community Radio Quick Listen Link: station.voscast.com/5c2bf0e47fbe8/ Mobile and streaming at https://live365.com/ under Southern Branch Bluegrass
Danny Hensley

Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Morgan Toney (Fiddle) HR 2

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Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K, on this show we welcome from Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Mi'kmaq Fiddler Morgan Toney is in the house. He has just released his debut album “First Flight,” he calls it “Fusion Mig’maltic.” Morgan is featured in the current issue of the SAY Magazine, visit us on our music page to read all about Morgan at www.indigenousinmusic.com/morgan-toney-spotlight-interview. Enjoy music from Morgan Toney Arvel Bird Santana S-Tone Rhonda Head Dj Farrapo, Yanez Byron Nicholai Ramona Latin Vibe Indigenous in Music Interview Morgan Toney Mike Paul Thiaguinho Qacung Indian City, Link Ray & His Ray Men Samantha Crain Aasiva Chancha Via Circuito Locos Por Juana, XAXO Ozomatli, Slightly Stupic Micki Free nehiyawak Aysanabee Latin Vibe Jamie Coon Leonard Sumner Darren Geffre, Def Jef Gabriel Ayala QVLN and much much more. Visit our homepage at www.IndigenousinMusicandArts.org and view our "Two Buffalo Virtual Gallery" featuring Tracy Lee Nelson.
Larry K

Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Indigenous in Music with Larry K - Morgan Toney (Fiddle) HR 1

1 week 5 days ago
Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K, on this show we welcome from Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Mi'kmaq Fiddler Morgan Toney is in the house. He has just released his debut album “First Flight,” he calls it “Fusion Mig’maltic.” Morgan is featured in the current issue of the SAY Magazine, visit us on our music page to read all about Morgan at www.indigenousinmusic.com/morgan-toney-spotlight-interview. Enjoy music from Morgan Toney Arvel Bird Santana S-Tone Rhonda Head Dj Farrapo, Yanez Byron Nicholai Ramona Latin Vibe Indigenous in Music Interview Morgan Toney Mike Paul Thiaguinho Qacung Indian City, Link Ray & His Ray Men Samantha Crain Aasiva Chancha Via Circuito Locos Por Juana, XAXO Ozomatli, Slightly Stupic Micki Free nehiyawak Aysanabee Latin Vibe Jamie Coon Leonard Sumner Darren Geffre, Def Jef Gabriel Ayala QVLN and much much more. Visit our homepage at www.IndigenousinMusicandArts.org and view our "Two Buffalo Virtual Gallery" featuring Tracy Lee Nelson.
Larry K

The Sonic Cafe - Sonic Café #305/Robbers, Thugs and Gangsters

1 week 6 days ago
Sonic Café, the Black Keys there with title track music from 2014’s Turn Blue album, so welcome to the café, we’re glad you dropped by. I’m your host Scott Clark and this is episode 305. This time the Sonic Café chases down a motley crew of robbers, thugs and gangsters… and ahh puts the hurt on ‘em. Ahh, So if you can’t do the time don’t do the crime. Right? Comedians Brian Regan, Paul Ogata, Hannibal Burress, Collin Moulton and Mike Marino take us into the murky underworld inhabited by the bad guys to flush them out into the light of day. Our bad guy stories serve as backdrop to a music mix assembled from the last 51 years and includes Hall & Oates, Garbage, Arctic Monkeys, Gin Wigmore, Mountain and of course many more. Then to get equipped to deal with any bad guy that crosses your path, we bring you a word from our newest sponsor Ammu-Nation! From armor piercing bullets to anti-tank missiles, Ammu-Nation’s got you covered. America, stay armed to the teeth, Ammu-Nation, the paradigm of patriotism. So ahh all that and more as the Sonic Café proves once again that crime doesn’t pay on Robbers, Thugs and Gangsters. Here’s the Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs. We’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark

From The Trenches - From The Trenches Radio for March 2011: Iraq War Ninth Anniversary, Short History of G8/NATO

1 week 6 days ago
From The Trenches is the monthly radio program of the Chicago Independent Media Center. ON THE SHOW IN MARCH 2011: * RALLY/MARCH FOR PEACE ON IRAQ INVASION'S 9TH ANNIVERSARY Activists gathered in Chicago's south asian neighborhood for a rally and march on the ninth anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. We'll hear excerpts from the event's opening rally. * A SHORT AND IRREVERENT HISTORY OF THE G8 AND NATO Plus, in anticipation of the upcoming NATO summit in Chicago, we'll hear a presentation from Chicago writer and activist Eric Ruder on the history of the G8 and NATO. * Plus, headlines from the worldwide Indymedia network.
Mitchell Szczepanczyk

- Building Bridges: Reviving the Legacy of Black Radical Trade Unionists White-Washed Out of History

1 week 6 days ago
White-Washed Out of History: Reviving the Legacy of Black Radical Trade Unionists to Educate, Agitate, & Organize for Power Workers Movements Today with William P. Jones, is prof. of history at the University of Minnesota, president of the Labor and Working Class History Association and author of the award-winning The March on Washington: Jobs, Freedom, and the Forgotten History of Civil Rights. Jones discusses Black radical labor organizations and the great trade unionist A. Philip Randolph, who first called for a march on Washington in 1941 to press for equal opportunity in employment.. Randolph would call for an end to segregation and a living wage for every American. His vision of equality in race matters was inextricably linked with the shaping an economic system where Black workers and white workers would reap the fruits of their labors. His economic and civil rights demands stimulated a movement of sustained grassroots organizing, linked locally to women's groups, unions, and faith-based organizations across the country and broaden the civil rights movement it propelled
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