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The Michael Slate Show: Police Murder and Crimes Against Humanity, with Marjorie Cohn; International Revolutionary May First, with Andy Zee and Michelle Xai; Biden's Climate Chicanery, with Raymond Lotta, Segment 1

2 days 5 hours ago
Marjorie Cohn, on a report of The International Commission Of Inquiry On Systemic Racist Police Violence Against People Of African Descent In The United States. Andy Zee and Michelle Xai on International Revolutionary May First, We Are Human Beings, We Refuse to Accept Slavery in any Form. Raymond Lotta on Biden’s Climate Summit Chicanery: Poisoning The Planet And Deceiving The People.
Michael Slate

TUC Radio: Suzanne Simard - Dispatches from The Mother Tree Project, Segment 2

2 days 8 hours ago
Suzanne Simard is Professor of Forest Ecology in the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Forestry. In spite of her status in academia, rigorous research and love and respect from her students it took over 30 years for her ideas to break through. Ferris Jabr writes in the New York Times Magazine: “By analyzing the DNA in root tips and tracing the movement of molecules through underground conduits, Simard has discovered that fungal threads link nearly every tree in a forest — even trees of different species. Carbon, water, nutrients, alarm signals and hormones can pass from tree to tree through these subterranean circuits… Resources tend to flow from the oldest and biggest trees to the youngest and smallest. Chemical alarm signals generated by one tree prepare nearby trees for danger. Seedlings severed from the forest’s underground lifelines are much more likely to die than their networked counterparts. Crucially, a majority of the carbon sequestered in forests resides in the soils, anchored by networks of symbiotic roots, fungi and microbes. Each year, the world’s forests capture more than 24 percent of global carbon emissions. When a mature forest is burned or clear-cut, the planet loses an invaluable ecosystem and one of its most effective systems of climate regulation. The razing of an old-growth forest is not just the destruction of magnificent individual trees — it’s the collapse of an ancient republic whose interspecies covenant of reciprocation and compromise is essential for the survival of Earth as we’ve known it.” On May 4, 2021 Suzanne Simard’s book, “Finding the Mother Tree” came out. In a rare Ted talk in June 2016 Simard laid out what she discovered. This radio program also includes excerpts from her Zoom seminar at UBC: Dispatches from The Mother Tree Project, on Oct 22, 2020. And in late 2020 the acclaimed environmental writer Ferris Jabr accompanied Suzanne Simard for several days of field research in rough terrain for what became a cover story in The New York Times Magazine. This program ends with quotes from his extraordinary science based article. Ferris Jabr has also written for the Scientific American, The Atlantic, Harper's, and The New Yorker. By now Suzanne Simard’s insights are beginning to influence the thoughts about climate change, carbon sequestration and harvesting techniques in departments of forestry throughout Canada and the US.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Suzanne Simard - Dispatches from The Mother Tree Project, Segment 1

2 days 8 hours ago
Suzanne Simard is Professor of Forest Ecology in the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Forestry. In spite of her status in academia, rigorous research and love and respect from her students it took over 30 years for her ideas to break through. Ferris Jabr writes in the New York Times Magazine: “By analyzing the DNA in root tips and tracing the movement of molecules through underground conduits, Simard has discovered that fungal threads link nearly every tree in a forest — even trees of different species. Carbon, water, nutrients, alarm signals and hormones can pass from tree to tree through these subterranean circuits… Resources tend to flow from the oldest and biggest trees to the youngest and smallest. Chemical alarm signals generated by one tree prepare nearby trees for danger. Seedlings severed from the forest’s underground lifelines are much more likely to die than their networked counterparts. Crucially, a majority of the carbon sequestered in forests resides in the soils, anchored by networks of symbiotic roots, fungi and microbes. Each year, the world’s forests capture more than 24 percent of global carbon emissions. When a mature forest is burned or clear-cut, the planet loses an invaluable ecosystem and one of its most effective systems of climate regulation. The razing of an old-growth forest is not just the destruction of magnificent individual trees — it’s the collapse of an ancient republic whose interspecies covenant of reciprocation and compromise is essential for the survival of Earth as we’ve known it.” On May 4, 2021 Suzanne Simard’s book, “Finding the Mother Tree” came out. In a rare Ted talk in June 2016 Simard laid out what she discovered. This radio program also includes excerpts from her Zoom seminar at UBC: Dispatches from The Mother Tree Project, on Oct 22, 2020. And in late 2020 the acclaimed environmental writer Ferris Jabr accompanied Suzanne Simard for several days of field research in rough terrain for what became a cover story in The New York Times Magazine. This program ends with quotes from his extraordinary science based article. Ferris Jabr has also written for the Scientific American, The Atlantic, Harper's, and The New Yorker. By now Suzanne Simard’s insights are beginning to influence the thoughts about climate change, carbon sequestration and harvesting techniques in departments of forestry throughout Canada and the US.
Maria Gilardin

Sea Change Radio: Within Our Grasp: Sharman Apt Russell on Childhood Malnutrition, Segment 1

2 days 12 hours ago
As Anne Frank wrote in her diary, "hunger is not a problem, it is an obscenity." This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to author Sharman Apt Russell about her book entitled Within Our Grasp: Childhood Malnutrition Worldwide and the Revolution Taking Place to End It. We look at some of the areas around the globe plagued by hunger, learn how countries like Brazil and Vietnam have made strides in battling childhood malnutrition and examine how health care professionals and food companies are changing the way they try to tackle this obscenity.
Sea Change Radio

Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 521, Segment 1

2 days 16 hours ago
Radio Thrift Shop is DJ Frederick's two decade long (and counting) experiment. Radio Thrift Shop has a flexible format & an homage to the non-commercial era of broadcasts of the 1960's and 1970's that DJ Frederick grew up listening to & features a homegrown mix of vinyl records, 78s, 45's, LPs, private press releases, and a variety of cassette tapes and homemade / self released cassettes & cds. Each broadcast of Radio Thrift Shop features an improvised or thematic playlist from DJ Frederick's music library. It's never the same program twice - or even once
Frederick Moe

Joe & Anthony on Chiampa Weed Radio: Episode 221 - Banging Pigeons, Segment 1

3 days 9 hours ago
After over a month in hiatus, the guys come back to discuss the latest in marijuana legislation and then dive into the wild, odd, and crazy in all things news and florida news too! We try to go live every Monday at 8pm eastern, sometimes it's a recast as Joe's schedule has been busy and Anthony's graduating school!! Woot Congratulations Anthony! Watch for new shows at Chiampa.org
The Joe and Anthony Show

Latin Waves : interviews author/activist David Bacon, Segment 1

3 days 11 hours ago
David Bacon is a photojournalist, author, political activist, and union organizer who has focused on labor issues, particularly those related to immigrant labor. Some of his popular books include, Illegal People, The Right to Stay home and In the fields of the North. Host Sylvia Richardson interviews David Bacon on historic Roots of Inequality, how Biden may differ from Trump on immigration and the necessary struggle ahead.How we need to come together as one community of workers.
latinwaves@gmail.com

This Way Out: NSW Trans Stand & Queer Music Focus + global LGBTQ news!, Segment 1

3 days 11 hours ago
Six Queer Music picks in Focus; a New South Wales trans expert debunks a biased bill; opponents force Swiss marriage equality to the ballot box, a Czech bill for queer mates advances, Biden’s speech backs trans kids and the Equality Act, Alabama, West Virginia and Florida ban trans student athletes, and Montana forges a faith-based "license to discriminate”! Those stories, and more this week, when you discover “This Way Out”: the world’s audio oasis for queer news and culture.
Lucia Chappelle

The Mix Sessions Hour 2: 250 - The Mix Sessions Hour 2, Segment 1

3 days 13 hours ago
The Mix Sessions brings you Trip Hop, Drum & Bass and House music weekly. Each 58 min show (part 1 & 2) is 50% CanCon and can be played individually or together in a 2 hr block with room for PSA's. IF YOU HAVE DOWNLOAD PROBLEMS ON THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE SHOW DIRECTLY FROM OUR SITE: http://amplifiedradio.ca/download CONTACT: sean@amplifiedradio.ca
Amplified Radio Network

The Mix Sessions Hour 1: 250 - The Mix Sessions Hour 1, Segment 1

3 days 13 hours ago
The Mix Sessions brings you Trip Hop, Drum & Bass and House music weekly. Each 58 min show (part 1 & 2) is 50% CanCon and can be played individually or together in a 2 hr block with room for PSA's. IF YOU HAVE DOWNLOAD PROBLEMS ON THIS SITE THEN PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE SHOW DIRECTLY FROM OUR SITE: http://amplifiedradio.ca/download CONTACT: sean@amplifiedradio.ca
Amplified Radio Network

The Children's Hour: For Our Moms, Segment 1

3 days 14 hours ago
This time on The Children's Hour, we've created a show for our moms. Just in time for Mother's Day, our Kids Crew and Katie have messages for their moms. We also have some poetry that flips the table on the mother - child relationship. plus we've found some great music that celebrate our mothers and step mothers who make everything in our lives possible.
Katie Stone

Building Bridges: How Capitalism Shapes the Multi-Racial Class Struggle with Prof. Nelson Lichtenstein, Segment 1

3 days 16 hours ago
How Capitalism Shapes the Multi-Racial Class Struggle with Prof. Nelson Lichtenstein Nelson Lichtenstein, director of the center for the study of work, labor and democracy brings an understanding of the issues and ideas, past and present that illuminate the nature of American capitalism to shape the multi-racial working class struggle. In the fighting spirit of May Day now Dare to Struggle, Dare to Win!
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Indigenous in Music with DJ Shub in our Spotlight Interview (Electronic, Powwow) Hour 1, Segment 1

3 days 21 hours ago
Encore: Welcome to Indigenous in Music with Larry K, this week Larry welcomes his guest from Fort Erie, Ontario. Dan General aka DJ Shub is in the house. He is a writer, producer and entrepreneur. He’s been enjoying the success with the release of new singles and now drops us the total package. His new album is out “War Club.” DJ Shub is featured in our current issue of the SAY Magazine, stop by to read all about him and his new album. Music from DJ Shub, STOiK, Kelly Fraser, Eadse, Inez Jasper, Firefly, Dj Bitman, Frikstailers, Jewlz, Northern Cree Singers, Boogey the Beat, Bryden Gwiss Kiwenzi, The Sober Junkie, Soda Stereo, Carlos & Cubalos, Nortec Collective, Bebel Giberto, Richie Ledreagle, Novalima, Jamie Prado, XenOart, Novon, Allen French, Bomba Estereo, Iceis Rain 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).
Anonymous

Taylor Report: Mick Lowe: Journalist Covered Sudbury Labour Battles, Segment 1

4 days 7 hours ago
Phil Taylor interviews Robin Philpot, publisher of Baraka Books, Montreal. Mick Lowe wrote a trilogy of three novels about huge strikes and union-raiding, which took place in the nickel mines and smelters in Sudbury, Ontario. Mick learned about labour issues as a journalist on the labour beat (which no longer exists) in Sudbury. The Nickel Range Trilogy, by Mick Lowe, can be ordered from Baraka Books.
Anonymous
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