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This Week In Palestine: Dr. Suheir Daoud on the Resistance Led by Palestinian Women Citizens of Israel, Segment 1

6 days 7 hours ago
As Daoud points out, there has been little or no discussion of the impact of Israel's repression on Palestinian women, including those like herself who are citizens of Israel. In this talk at the Palestine Center in Washington DC, she discusses Palestinian women's forced role change from mothering to working -- for Jewish Israelis or their businesses. She discusses the resistance led by women during different phases since Israel’s inception. She also mentions her recent research on women in the Islamic movement and the challenges they face from within the Palestinian society and from the implications of Israel's recently imposed, draconian, "nation state law."
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)

TUC Radio: Katie Singer: The Internet's Footprint Part ONE of TWO, Segment 2

6 days 8 hours ago
Katie Singer is the author of “An Electronic Silent Spring, Facing the Dangers and Creating Safe Limits”;  and the forthcoming “Our Web of Inconvenient Truths: The Internet, Energy Use, Toxic Waste and Climate Change - How on Earth Do We Shrink the Internet’s Footprint?” She is a consultant with the EMR Policy Institute, and presented her concerns about the Internet’s footprint at the 2018 UN Forum on Science, Technology & Innovation and on a January, 2019, panel with climatologist Dr. Jim Hansen. She was interviewed at the Jan 25 to Feb. 3, 2019, conference of the the Hippocrates Health Institute by Ben Zeitlin. In her first book, The Electronic Silent Spring, Katie Singer wrote on EMR’s health effects. She told me that now her focus is on the Internet's energy use, greenhouse gas emissions, toxic waste and worker hazards and surveillance. Across the United States, telecom providers have begun mapping their plans to deploy 5G microwave-emitting cellular sites throughout neighborhoods. Katie Singer says that: “Every person deserves to be informed about what’s happening and what’s within every household’s ability to control. How did we get to 5G? Why do we need it? How will it affect our health? How (or can) we prevent it?” Ben Zeitlin is asking Katie Singer some of these questions for RealTruthTalks.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Katie Singer: The Internet's Footprint Part ONE of TWO, Segment 1

6 days 8 hours ago
Katie Singer is the author of “An Electronic Silent Spring, Facing the Dangers and Creating Safe Limits”;  and the forthcoming “Our Web of Inconvenient Truths: The Internet, Energy Use, Toxic Waste and Climate Change - How on Earth Do We Shrink the Internet’s Footprint?” She is a consultant with the EMR Policy Institute, and presented her concerns about the Internet’s footprint at the 2018 UN Forum on Science, Technology & Innovation and on a January, 2019, panel with climatologist Dr. Jim Hansen. She was interviewed at the Jan 25 to Feb. 3, 2019, conference of the the Hippocrates Health Institute by Ben Zeitlin. In her first book, The Electronic Silent Spring, Katie Singer wrote on EMR’s health effects. She told me that now her focus is on the Internet's energy use, greenhouse gas emissions, toxic waste and worker hazards and surveillance. Across the United States, telecom providers have begun mapping their plans to deploy 5G microwave-emitting cellular sites throughout neighborhoods. Katie Singer says that: “Every person deserves to be informed about what’s happening and what’s within every household’s ability to control. How did we get to 5G? Why do we need it? How will it affect our health? How (or can) we prevent it?” Ben Zeitlin is asking Katie Singer some of these questions for RealTruthTalks.
Maria Gilardin

The Joe and Anthony Show: Episode 195 - It'll Warm Up When You Go, Segment 1

6 days 8 hours ago
Remember, Your two loveable stoners move live to Tuesdays for awhile! in Anthony's Weed Corner, Quebec seems to be stepping up some kind of hate with legal weed by raising consumption age and banning edibles, wow!? Joe is in a continuous time warp Come find out what we mean and then laugh with or at us, tune in to our live show every Tuesday night at 8pm eastern at http://www.chiampa.org
The Joe and Anthony Show

Sea Change Radio: Ben Ehrenreich: PG&E and the Nasty Side of Capitalism, Segment 1

6 days 10 hours ago
There’s a quote often attributed, perhaps incorrectly, to the great economist John Maynard Keynes that “Capitalism is the extraordinary belief that the nastiest of men for the nastiest of motives will somehow work for the benefit of all.” The absurdity of this notion is being played out in real time in the form of smoke-filled air and rolling blackouts in Northern California, courtesy of the state’s largest monopoly, Pacific, Gas & Electric, better known as PG&E. This week on Sea Change Radio, journalist Ben Ehrenreich joins the show to discuss his piece in The Nation on PG&E and the utility company’s most recent episode of malfeasance. Ehrenreich provides an overview of PG&E putting profits before people, looks at some possible solutions to the problem and reminds us that capitalism’s nastiness is often at odds with a healthy planet.
Sea Change Radio

Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 458, Segment 1

6 days 10 hours ago
Radio Thrift Shop features a flexible format & is an homage to the "underground" era of broadcasting of the 1960's and 1970's that DJ Frederick grew up with. RTS features a homegrown mix of vinyl records, 78s, 45's, LPs, private press releases, and a variety of cassette tapes and homemade / self released cds. Each broadcast of Radio Thrift Shop features an improvised playlist from DJ Frederick's music library.
Frederick Moe

Taylor Report: Chomsky is 'militantly naive' on Syria, Segment 1

6 days 10 hours ago
Phil catches Stephen Gowans on the street to discuss his searing new article about Noam Chomsky. Chomsky, commenting on the complex foreign intervention against Syria, is calling on the U.S. to maintain a military presence there in order to 'protect the Kurds.' Gowans disputes Chomsky's reasoning. 1. The occupation isn't 'small' as Chomsky alleges. Besides ground troops, there's the U.S.-directed YPG, and the massive power of the U.S. Air Force. 2. Chomsky ignores the purpose of the U.S. occupation, which is to weaken Syria and its control over its own oil, and block transit between Syria, Iraq, and Iran. Does Chomsky have a tenuous grasp of the facts, or is he a sophist? And why does he rely on Western power to sort things out?
Anonymous

Back in the USSR: Homelessness and Austerity, Segment 1

1 week ago
In this episode of Back in the USSR, Siegfried discusses the crisis of homelessness in Guelph, Ontario as winter closes in. But this local crisis is hardly an isolated case in a capitalist society that treats so many people as "surplus", "worthless", "unprofitable", "expendable". All around the world we are facing a capitalism gone berserk, an austerity regime that cuts human services to the bone and facilitates the plunder of whole nations in the name of the Fortune 500. This is the monster that working class and oppressed people are rising up against all over the world. It is the monster they must slay through international solidarity.
Back in the USSR

Taylor Report: Ajamu Baraka: Canadians should join resistance to the new colonialism, Segment 1

1 week ago
At a time when U.S. interventionism rampages in more countries than one can count, people who think of themselves as 'liberals,' 'progressives,' and 'anti-war' are standing around with their hands in their pockets. (or even aligning themselves with the U.S. state.) It is in this atmosphere that journalist Max Blumenthal was snatched by militarized police for his earlier action in defending the Venezuelan embassy. Ajamu Baraka will be speaking on all these issues: how "humanitarian intervention" and the "responsibility to protect" are part of a neo-colonial U.S. drive to dominate the Global South. From the colonial era to the present, Euro-Americans have employed violence to reorder the world. And when the colonial state becomes stronger abroad, it has more forces to deploy at home. Baraka explains the need for Canadians to join the growing resistance.
Anonymous

Tapes To Astonish: Walkuman Style #244, Segment 1

1 week ago
(1.) Spectral Mic (Man with the Holograms) - Wordburglar (2.) On The Way - Little Brother (3.) Le Masque - Pitchcaps (4.) Vibe Out - Conscious Vibe (5.) Everyone & Anyone - Miles Powers ft. marc (6.) Villain - Tantrum x Pariah (7.) Black Stars - The J.M.B.'s (John Rogers, Moka Only and Mr. Brady) (8.) Say Hmm - Reece Q Husky (9.) Make Your Moves - DK ft. Touch (10.) S&M on the Rocks - Swollen Members (11.) Traffic - Slowy & 12Vince (12.) Bottom To Bottom - El Camino X Oh Jay ft. Milano Constantine (13.) God Send - Pharoahe Monch ft. Prince Po (Organized Konfusion) (14.) Still Big - Big Shug (15.) For The Love - Imperial & K.I.N.E.T.I.K. ft. DIE-Rek (16.) Bloodsport - Certain.Ones ft. Homes Team (cuts by Seeks One) (17.) Circles - Oxygen (18.) Celestial - starHHr (19.) Black Rain - Beatmaschine
Gamma Krush

This Way Out: "Juno's Swans"+Moira's Stand+global LGBTQ news+more!(#1649), Segment 1

1 week ago
An Australian teacher grades the proposed Religious Discrimination Bill; Our queer life and lit commentator reads gender optimism in “Juno’s Swans”; Pride rises from the picket line in a “Rainbow Minute”; a record Taiwan Pride crowd celebrates marriage equality, the Trump administration allows religious bias in health services and adoptions, Bogota’s new leftist lesbian mayor becomes Colombia’s #2, Scottish activists grill Chick-fil-A’s record of homophobic hate, and more LGBTQ news from around the world!
Lucia Chappelle

Latin Waves : interviews CISPES about El Salvadors new president, Segment 1

1 week ago
The Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES) is a grassroots solidarity organization that has been supporting the Salvadoran people’s struggle for social and economic justice since 1980. Host Sylvia Richardson speaks to CISPES about the new right wing president of El Salvador and the ongoing threats to water and the labor movement in El Salvador and the need for international solidarity.
latinwaves@gmail.com

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Khu.eex in our Spotlight Interview (Tribal Funk, Jazz) Hour 1, Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music! This week Larry welcomes Seattle Washington’s very own Tribal-Funk-Jazz fusion band “Khu.eex.’ Preston Singletary, bass and founding member is in the house to tell about the release of their 3rd album out called “Heen.” You can find them on the web at khueex.com. Also music from Khu.eex, QVLN, Mimi O'Bonsawin, Tribalistas, Digging Roots, Frikstailers, La Yegros, Shauit, Sly Mestokosho, Eagel & Hawk, Brule, Gabriel Ayala, Jeremy Dutcher, Michael Bucher, Campo, Natalia Clavier, CHANCES, De Madrugada, Buggin Malone, Frank Waln, Ozomatli, Gary Small, The Bloodshots, Shawn Michael Perry, Crystal Shawanda, The Eagle and The Raven Band, Sihasin, Freightrain and much much more. Visit us on our website IndigenousinMusic.com. We have underwriting opportunities available. Indigenous in Music, a non-profit, section 501(c)(3).
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