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This Way Out: Globes and Glory + global LGBTQ news!, Segment 1

3 days 12 hours ago
Celebrating the queerest moments at this year’s Golden Globe Awards; how “ONE Magazine’s” US high court LGBTQ rights fight became the first one; China accepts petitions for marriage equality, Brazil’s Supreme Court resurrects the “gay Jesus” Netflix parody, a U.S. appeals court rescues HIV+ Airmen, Poland left-wingers pick out lawmaker Robert Biedron as their presidential candidate, Buttigieg burns Trump on believing, and more global LGBTQ news!
Lucia Chappelle

Latin Waves : on The Obligation of Stories, Segment 1

3 days 14 hours ago
Métis leader Jim Brady and Cree councilor Abbie Halkett disappeared in 1967 while on a prospecting trip in northern Saskatchewan by Lower Foster Lake. As both were outspoken activists for their communities–Brady, in particular, was considered radical–many don’t believe that they simply got lost. Latin Waves Host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Dr. Deanna Reder about the response-ability of listening, and sharing stories the title of her SFU Talk on Wednesday January 15 2020 at 6pm at SFU Segal Graduate School of Business.
latinwaves@gmail.com

Taylor Report: The Kashmir crisis can be resolved by referendum, Segment 1

4 days 9 hours ago
Phil interviews Michaela Lavis, a graduate student at York University, following the publication of her OP-ED piece in the Toronto Star entitled, "My Christmas in Kashmir's Refugee Camps." Lavis explains that she visited 4 camps in Azad Kashmir (in Pakistan), which have housed some 40,000 refugees fleeing persecution in Indian-Occupied Kashmir since 1990. These are people whose family members were assaulted or arrested by Indian occupation troops or whose houses were burnt down. In these camps, the occupants have not heard a word from their families in Indian-Occupied Kashmir for six months since the Indian government unilaterally locked down Kashmir and annexed the territory. The problem, Lavis notes, began in 1947 during the British partition of India.
Anonymous

New World Notes: #619 -- Economics and Inequality, Part 1 (R), Segment 1

4 days 14 hours ago
Economist Joseph Stiglitz shows that economic inequality in the US is bad, and it is getting worse. The causes are our dysfunctional style of capitalism and a political system that increasingly serves only the economic elite, not "the 99%." Our economic inequality is bad for democracy, bad for the U.S. economy, even bad for capitalism, Stiglitz argues. Stiglitz's talk is short on solutions, but it is an excellent, lucid, and very listenable survey of the problems we face--and their causes.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #619 -- Economics and Inequality, Part 1 (R), Segment 1

4 days 14 hours ago
Economist Joseph Stiglitz shows that economic inequality in the US is bad, and it is getting worse. The causes are our dysfunctional style of capitalism and a political system that increasingly serves only the economic elite, not "the 99%." Our economic inequality is bad for democracy, bad for the U.S. economy, even bad for capitalism, Stiglitz argues. Stiglitz's talk is short on solutions, but it is an excellent, lucid, and very listenable survey of the problems we face--and their causes.
Kenneth Dowst

Radio Ecoshock Show: Nate Hagens: The Collision, Segment 1

4 days 14 hours ago
Is climate change just a symptom? Dr. Nate Hagens says we need a change of cultural purpose, away from money - but that can't happen until we pass through a financial "recalibration" and emergency. Humans need to stimulate our primitive brains without wrecking the planet. The author of "Reality 101", Hagens has the big picture diagnosis and a start on the cure.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Nate Hagens: The Collision, Segment 1

4 days 14 hours ago
Is climate change just a symptom? Dr. Nate Hagens says we need a change of cultural purpose, away from money - but that can't happen until we pass through a financial "recalibration" and emergency. Humans need to stimulate our primitive brains without wrecking the planet. The author of "Reality 101", Hagens has the big picture diagnosis and a start on the cure.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Nate Hagens: The Collision, Segment 1

4 days 14 hours ago
Is climate change just a symptom? Dr. Nate Hagens says we need a change of cultural purpose, away from money - but that can't happen until we pass through a financial "recalibration" and emergency. Humans need to stimulate our primitive brains without wrecking the planet. The author of "Reality 101", Hagens has the big picture diagnosis and a start on the cure.
Alex Smith

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Eagle & Hawk in our Spotlight Interview (Funk, Tribal Sounds) Hour 1, Segment 1

4 days 16 hours ago
Encore Presentation: Welcome to indigenous in Music! This week Larry welcomes Mr. Vince Fontaine from Winnipeg, Manitoba,” he is the creator of the award-winning, guitar-based, funk and tribal sounds band “Eagle & Hawk. You can find out all about Eagle and Hawk and hear their music on their homepage at http://www.risingsunproductions.ca/home-3/artists/eagle-hawk. Music from Eagle & Hawk, Ava Rose Johnson, Blackhawk Walters, nehiyawak, The Cody Blackbird Band, Romeo Void, Desorden, De Madrugada, Midnight Shine, Gabby Taylor, Leela Gilday, STOiK, Aleah Belle, El Loco, QVLN, Jamie Prado, Once a Tree, Stolen Identity, Bomba Estereo, PradoDJ Krayzkree, The Mavericks, Bluedog, Cary Morin, Pure Fe, Thunderhand Joe and the Medicine Show, Shawn Michael Perry, Sun Shadows and much much more.
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