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The Michael Slate Show: Sunsara Taylor, from DC, No Fascist Court! No Fascist Coup! Trump/Pence Out Now!; Plus, Emancipate Humanity with Bob Avakian, Segment 1

1 day 7 hours ago
Sunsara Taylor is currently in Washington. DC, part of protests by Refuse Fascism to stop the confirmation of the Christian Fascist judge Amy Coney Barrett to the US Supreme Court. Her presence on the Supreme Court would transform it into a thoroughly fascist court. Emancipate Humanity with Bob Avakian. We present the latest episode of the podcast, “Trump and cops; white supremacy & f**ker Tucker Carlson; Colin Kaepernick & the truth about America.”
Michael Slate

Taylor Report: Victoire Ingabire's Call for Development and Liberty in Rwanda, Segment 1

1 day 10 hours ago
Victoire Ingabire, leader of DALFA Umurinzi, the Rwandan party that calls for Development and Liberty for All, explains her commitment to non-violent political advocacy in all circumstances, her country having experience so many years of wars and political violence. In this interview Victoire outlines the key elements in her party's programmatic documents that provide a path for economic progress and especially the need for good relations with neighboring countries, which presently is not the case.
Anonymous

TUC Radio: Soil is a Living Being - Dr. Christine Jones, Segment 2

1 day 11 hours ago
Christine Jones is an internationally renowned and highly respected ground-cover and soils ecologist. She has a wealth of experience working with landholders to enhance biodiversity, increase biological activity, sequester carbon, activate soil nutrient cycles, restore water balance, improve productivity and create new topsoil. She is passionate about reversing the decline of nutrients in food that is grown on the world’s depleted soils. Jones has organized and participated in workshops and conferences throughout Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Canada, Central America, and the USA and has a strong publication and presentation record. She is a member of Arizona State University’s ‘Carbon Nation Team’ and sits on the advisory board of ‘The Carbon Underground’. The non-profit Fibershed held a workshop with Christine Jones and gave permission to TUC Radio to broadcast from their recordings. Fibershed is based in San Geronimo in West Marin, California. They grew out of the cooperation of fiber producers, mainly sheep ranchers and those who are collecting and growing plants for natural dyes with those who spin and weave textiles. Thanks for the audio to John Parulis who recorded the workshop with Dr. Christine Jones on June 20, 2019.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Soil is a Living Being - Dr. Christine Jones, Segment 1

1 day 11 hours ago
Christine Jones is an internationally renowned and highly respected ground-cover and soils ecologist. She has a wealth of experience working with landholders to enhance biodiversity, increase biological activity, sequester carbon, activate soil nutrient cycles, restore water balance, improve productivity and create new topsoil. She is passionate about reversing the decline of nutrients in food that is grown on the world’s depleted soils. Jones has organized and participated in workshops and conferences throughout Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Canada, Central America, and the USA and has a strong publication and presentation record. She is a member of Arizona State University’s ‘Carbon Nation Team’ and sits on the advisory board of ‘The Carbon Underground’. The non-profit Fibershed held a workshop with Christine Jones and gave permission to TUC Radio to broadcast from their recordings. Fibershed is based in San Geronimo in West Marin, California. They grew out of the cooperation of fiber producers, mainly sheep ranchers and those who are collecting and growing plants for natural dyes with those who spin and weave textiles. Thanks for the audio to John Parulis who recorded the workshop with Dr. Christine Jones on June 20, 2019.
Maria Gilardin

Sea Change Radio: Decision 2020: Aaron Huertas of Healthy Voting, Segment 1

1 day 15 hours ago
The clock is ticking down on Decision 2020. Whether they are talking about record turnout, or voter suppression, or the reliability of polling data, the pundits are in agreement on one thing: 2020 is an election like no other. This week on Sea Change Radio, we are speaking with political consultant Aaron Huertas about how this unique election is unfolding. We learn about how and when Americans are exercising their franchise, the growth in early voting around the country, hot spots for voter suppression, and what all of us can do to make a difference before the last ballot is cast.
Sea Change Radio

This Way Out: SCOTUS Dancing and Movie Market + global LGBTQ news!, Segment 1

2 days 14 hours ago
A queer ovation for Ovid.tv; pro-queer Senators challenge U.S. high court nominee Amy Coney Barrett; Chile makes progress on marriage equality, advocates push Peru's high court on languishing marriage lawsuit, an Israeli Orthodox rabbi affirms queer families, gay dads beat the U.S. State Department for surrogacy son’s citizenship, Texas okays bias-based service by social workers, and more global LGBTQ news!
Lucia Chappelle

Building Bridges: Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing , Segment 1

3 days ago
Building Bridges features Stuart Schrader, author of Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing. Prof. Schrader Currently teaches courses in Africana Studies, International Studies and Sociology at Johns Hopkins University, where he is Associate Director of the Program in Racism, Immigration and Citizenship. Schrader reveals the global footprint of U.S. policing policies and practice.How U.S. counterinsurgency came home to U.S. police departments, spying and high tech surveillance, vicious crowd and riot control, special weapons and assault and more. Join us for a provocative exchange as the topic could not be more timely against the backdrop of resistance to Trumps deployment of federal police forces to Portland and other cities to suppress the risings against white supremacy.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Radio Ecoshock Show: Hurricanes and Arctic Fires: A World Slipping Away Unnoticed, Segment 1

3 days 14 hours ago
Buried under the surge of COVID sickness & death in the northern hemisphere, and the dire circus of the American election, real climate news shows nature as we need it - is slipping away. Half the corals of Australia announced dead. A vast swamp of Brazil burned over. Ice vanishing at the Poles and its all just blips on our radar, gone in seconds. Radio Ecoshock doggedly continues to cover the big shift on this planet. This week we investigate zombie fires in the Arctic with Dr. Jessica McCarty, and the new wave of hurricanes as Alex Harris of the Miami Herald interviews intrepid Rutgers scientist Dr. Jennifer Francis. This is real news we need today.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Hurricanes and Arctic Fires: A World Slipping Away Unnoticed, Segment 1

3 days 14 hours ago
Buried under the surge of COVID sickness & death in the northern hemisphere, and the dire circus of the American election, real climate news shows nature as we need it - is slipping away. Half the corals of Australia announced dead. A vast swamp of Brazil burned over. Ice vanishing at the Poles and its all just blips on our radar, gone in seconds. Radio Ecoshock doggedly continues to cover the big shift on this planet. This week we investigate zombie fires in the Arctic with Dr. Jessica McCarty, and the new wave of hurricanes as Alex Harris of the Miami Herald interviews intrepid Rutgers scientist Dr. Jennifer Francis. This is real news we need today.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Hurricanes and Arctic Fires: A World Slipping Away Unnoticed, Segment 1

3 days 14 hours ago
Buried under the surge of COVID sickness & death in the northern hemisphere, and the dire circus of the American election, real climate news shows nature as we need it - is slipping away. Half the corals of Australia announced dead. A vast swamp of Brazil burned over. Ice vanishing at the Poles and its all just blips on our radar, gone in seconds. Radio Ecoshock doggedly continues to cover the big shift on this planet. This week we investigate zombie fires in the Arctic with Dr. Jessica McCarty, and the new wave of hurricanes as Alex Harris of the Miami Herald interviews intrepid Rutgers scientist Dr. Jennifer Francis. This is real news we need today.
Alex Smith

Back in the USSR: COVID 19 and Sinophobia, Segment 1

3 days 17 hours ago
Back in the USSR returns after a considerable absence and confronts the COVID pandemic head-on, along with how fear of "the other" has been effectively weaponized by powerful interests in this time of uncertainty. As Asian-Americans face an epidemic of racist violence and the American Empire unleashes a new cold war against China, it is imperative that we understand why this is happening.
Back in the USSR

Curtis Reliford - Santa Cruz Peace Train

4 days 11 hours ago
Santa Cruz activist Curtis Reliford discusses being attacked recently and his efforts to continue providing clothes and other materials to those in need across the USA.
John Malkin