Guest Tamara Lorincz, notable peace activist in Canada, discusses NATO's responsibility for the war in Ukraine.
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We look at William Hung, the American Idol "She Bangs" guy from the 2000s certainly had his own few minutes of fame, but what happened to him? There some something stupid about 60s hits square dance style and Pa Cartwright/Commander Adama actor Lorne Greene "digs" into his singing with some hard labor about water on this week's Celeb Slip Up.
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Host Stuart Richardson interviews Arnold August he is a Montreal based author of three books on the us, Cuba, Latin America, as a journalist, he appears regularly on teleSur and Press TV commenting on international geopolitical issues. And as a contributing editor for The Canada Files and his articles are published worldwide in English, French, and Spanish. We speak about the anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz, updates on the Ukraine war and how the majority of the worlds population does not support this US/Nato war, how European and its citizens are paying the price of the war and how sanctions are failing. How our western MSM narrative is failing and how a negotiated peace is inevitable, the only question is how long we want to continue the suffering of Ukrainians. Support Latin Waves by becoming a member for as little as $1 per month. https://latinwavesmedia.com/wordpress/
19 hours 24 minutes ago
Threat of Nuclear War and Climate Crisis Moves 'Doomsday Clock' 90 sec. to 'Midnight'; Rising Israeli-Palestinian Violence Amid the Oppressive Daily Reality of an Occupied People; Long Running Race and Class Divide in Peru Provokes Protest and Escalating Violence.
The Michael Slate Show - Police Murder of Tyre Nichols; the Fight for the Right to Abortion Nationwide on the 50th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade; The Dangerous and Escalating War in Ukraine
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The 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, which established a woman's right to abortion nationwide – a right that was taken away last year. We'll hear from Sunsara Taylor and Fran Luck, a longtime radical feminist. The program was hosted by Revolution Books. Then we move to the escalating proxy war in Ukraine between the US/NATO imperialists on the one side and the Russian imperialists on the other. With Annie Day, of the National Get Organized for An Actual Revolution Tour.
1 day 10 hours ago
When this conversation took place in April 2022 Ari Whitten and Prof. Yogi Hendlin had just met in Costa Rica and were inspired by their common interests. Here are excerpts from their 90 minute conversation on environmental toxins and how they affect our health. They discuss in detail how industries, that produce these toxins, manipulate research and evade responsibility. Ari Whitten is the founder of The Energy Blueprint, and a best-selling author. Prof. Yogi Hendlin is an environmental philosopher and public health scientist. He has a PhD in Environmental Philosophy from the University of Kiel, Germany, and holds graduate degrees from the London School of Economics and UCLA and bachelor’s degrees from UC Berkeley. He’s currently an assistant professor in the Erasmus School of Philosophy, core faculty of the Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity Initiative at Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands. He’s a research associate in the Environmental Health Initiative at the University of California, San Francisco, working on the chemical industry and fossil fuel industry documents. I highly recommend to listen to the full 90 minute conversation. It is posted free on youtube on The Energy Blueprint Podcast under the title: How Science Is Manipulated By Industry.
1 day 11 hours ago
If you were a kid in the 1970s, you undoubtedly were at least a little terrified of going into the ocean - a fear placed squarely in your subconscious by the Jaws movies. But, according to the International Shark Attack File, there are only around 72 unprovoked shark attacks around the world per year, a relatively small amount given the many sleepless nights and swimming phobias arising from a fear of sharks. The far scarier reality is that the much-demonized shark has long been under attack itself from its greatest predator: us. Humans kill well over 100 million sharks in any given year. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with Mongabay reporter, Philip Jacobson, to learn about the illegal shark-finning practices of one Chinese-based fishing company, why he believes this practice is far from unique, and what efforts are being taken to save this important apex predator.
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Hailey Yasmeen Dash and Mae Mason are members of the Asilu Collective, which Dash described as "a grassroots abolitionist collective fighting and organizing for police-free schools, but also policing-free schools, and to eliminate policing culture, infrastructure, and practices in schools across Ottawa." They talk about the group's origins, its successful campaign to end the School Resource Officer program in Ottawa schools, and its shift to a broader focus on the problem of not just police but *policing* in schools.
2 days 8 hours ago
Wow, wouldn't it be crazy if nothing went as planned but we're still on time?! It's true when you listen to the Joe and Anthony show on Chiampa Radio every Monday evening at 8pm eastern / 7pm central
The Joe and Anthony Show
2 days 9 hours ago
A Netflix doc and a lesbian rights group each expose the harms of conversion therapy; the Pope urges worldwide decriminalization of same-gender sex, Germany remembers LGBTQ Holocaust victims, India’s rightwing government objects to the appointment of a “highly qualified” proudly gay attorney to the Delhi High Court, a Maltese “former homosexual” is being prosecuted for promoting conversion therapy while a U.S. federal appeals court upholds a conversion therapy ban in the state of Washington, Florida’s Republican Governor RON DESANTIS nixes advance placement high school African-American Studies because it has a “queer theory” component [with his press conference comments], and Mars, Inc., the maker of M&M’s, melts to rightwing pressure led by Fox blowhard TUCKER CARLSON and “retires” its modernized “spokes-candies”. Those stories and more this week when you choose "This Way Out": the world's audio oasis for queer news and culture.
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SMOKES Episode – We cover the refreshed product line of Avo cigars. You should really decide is you are a flat or drums individual before listening to this episode. All of these cigars felt so good in the hand.
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2 days 18 hours ago
CHATS – Our CHATS episode introduces Season 11. You’ll get to hear from 4 of our producers about what we are thinking about for this upcoming season. And you thought we did this award winning show with zero planning? It takes a lot of effort to make things sound like they are unplanned. There’s something here for everyone. Oh yeah, this is available as a video this week.
One Tan Hand Productions
2 days 20 hours ago
This time on The Children's Hour we explore black history through music. We've put together a special playlist of songs to educate about a few of the people who made significant contributions to technology, culture, and the quest for justice and equality. Sing-along with us while we hear about black people in STEM, film, music, and more. We'll learn about Harriet Tubman, what was meant in her message to "follow the drinking gourd." We honor Rosa Parks and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., heroes of the American Civil Rights movement of the 1950's and 60's. The Children's Corner has a book review for us on the autobiographical story, Ruby Bridges, This is Your Time. Get ready to dance and learn with us on The Children's Hour's Musical Black History special.
3 days 7 hours ago
Three new reggae singles; cumbia sonidera, musica de barrios de la Cuidad de México; more chicha from the Peruvian jungle; a tribute to Zimbabwean feminist pioneer Stella Chiweshe, who passed away on January 20; Afrobeat with a political bent; some blazing Malian Wassoulou rock
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The ocean acts like a giant air-conditioner, absorbing 90% of extra heat added by humans. What if it stops? Dr. Keith Moore explains. From New Zealand, Dr. Kevin Trenberth reports more record ocean heating - levels not seen for over a million years. Is this powering weather extremes?
3 days 18 hours ago
Another musical feast on Backbeat this week made up of some great platters. We've got the original 1929 recording of a song that became a Led Zeppelin classic, some killer gospel by two of the best (relatively unknown) singers ever and Ginger Smock, an amazing, super-talented violinist whose path to stardom was constantly blocked by people who only considered her race and gender.
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(1.) Fryin' Pan - Jak Hellington ft. DJ Uncle Fester (2.) The Best (remix) - Sivion & Newselph (3.) The Sun - RawlsMatic (J Rawls & DJ Rhetmatic) ft. Blu & Ras Kass (4.) Record Store Rat - Hazey82 (5.) Blasto Maschineguhn - Bobby Noble (6.) Elliott Gates - Archetype ft. Luca Brazi and Mnsr Frites (7.) Creator Got Me - Tall Paul (8.) Format - The Emsee (9.) Dave Chappelle Is Wrong (Beef With God) - SHIRT (10.) Neon Signs Freestyle - The Fortune Teller (11.) The Gifts - Only (12.) Vagabond - Noveliss (13.) Fast Forward - Melo & DJ Alkemy ft. Nephilim (14.) Time and Space - Ambeez & DJ Uncle Fester ft. Rel McCoy and Ghettosocks (15.) Something Like That? - Gas Lab & Kazumi Kaneda (16.) Key to the City remix - Eleven & Jason D (17.) DSNT RLY MATTA - TeCoby Hines (18.) Doers - Es & Das Da Beat Junkie ft. DJ Glibstylez (19.) The Last One - Fresh Kils ft. Brain Orchestra and Prem Rock (20.) Make Some Noise - MRK SX (21.) Dawg - Astratto (22.) Al rifugio si mangia bene - Pelvo