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Radio Ecoshock Show: Beware Marine Heat Waves, Segment 1

1 day 17 hours ago
While we fret and sometimes die from heat waves on land, unreported marine heat waves are striking more often and more violently in the seas. Scientist Eric Oliver explains. Then Dr. Mark Eakin, the coordinator of NOAA's Coral Reef Watch reports the latest science: up to half of the Great Barrier Reef of Australia has died in the longest marine heat wave ever seen.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Beware Marine Heat Waves, Segment 1

1 day 17 hours ago
While we fret and sometimes die from heat waves on land, unreported marine heat waves are striking more often and more violently in the seas. Scientist Eric Oliver explains. Then Dr. Mark Eakin, the coordinator of NOAA's Coral Reef Watch reports the latest science: up to half of the Great Barrier Reef of Australia has died in the longest marine heat wave ever seen.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Beware Marine Heat Waves, Segment 1

1 day 17 hours ago
While we fret and sometimes die from heat waves on land, unreported marine heat waves are striking more often and more violently in the seas. Scientist Eric Oliver explains. Then Dr. Mark Eakin, the coordinator of NOAA's Coral Reef Watch reports the latest science: up to half of the Great Barrier Reef of Australia has died in the longest marine heat wave ever seen.
Alex Smith

Latin Waves : interviews author/activist Michael Albert, Segment 1

1 day 22 hours ago
Michael Albert is an American activist, speaker, and writer. He is co-editor of ZNet, and co-editor and co-founder of Z Magazine. He also co-founded South End Press and has written numerous books and articles. Micheal speaks about the structures of society that continually enhance the few at the benefits of the many. And what we need to do to make the changes we need.
latinwaves@gmail.com

The Mind's Ear: Elevator Music, Segment 1

2 days 4 hours ago
"Elevator Music" (The Mind's Ear Program #18) Written & Produced by Ernestus Jiminy Chald In 2017, New Jersey's Gallery Aferro selected Ernestus Jiminy Chald to compose a "soundtrack" for their refurbished vintage Otis elevator. This program features the pieces Chald composed for that elevator.
The Mind's Ear

The Mind's Ear: Kinderlieder, Segment 1

2 days 4 hours ago
"Kinderlieder" (The Mind's Ear Program #17) Written and performed by 6 year old Mind's Ear regular Z.G. Produced by Ernestus Jiminy Chald. Recorded and Mixed at Parts Unknown Studio (Chicago) Tune in to The Mind's Ear every Saturday night at 9 p.m. (PST) and every Sunday night at 7 p.m. (PST) on Free Radio Santa Cruz (101.3 FM).
The Mind's Ear

Back in the USSR: Solidarity with Syria, Segment 2

2 days 16 hours ago
Well comrades, you’re listening to Back in the USSR on CFRU, and once again, in light of recent events in our world, it only further confirms what I’ve been saying on this show for the past three weeks: namely that anti-colonialism, the struggle against colonialism all over the world, remains the chief political task of our time, and something that all progressive people everywhere need to involve themselves in. The independent sovereign nation of Syria was struck last week in a cowardly attack by imperialist powers, involving more than 100 cruise missiles fired from multiple warships and military aircraft. The armed forces of Britain, France and, of course, the United States participated in this deadly assault on Syrian sovereignty and self-determination.
Back in the USSR

Back in the USSR: Solidarity with Syria, Segment 1

2 days 16 hours ago
Well comrades, you’re listening to Back in the USSR on CFRU, and once again, in light of recent events in our world, it only further confirms what I’ve been saying on this show for the past three weeks: namely that anti-colonialism, the struggle against colonialism all over the world, remains the chief political task of our time, and something that all progressive people everywhere need to involve themselves in. The independent sovereign nation of Syria was struck last week in a cowardly attack by imperialist powers, involving more than 100 cruise missiles fired from multiple warships and military aircraft. The armed forces of Britain, France and, of course, the United States participated in this deadly assault on Syrian sovereignty and self-determination.
Back in the USSR

Building Bridges: International Labor Offensive to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal, Segment 1

3 days 6 hours ago
A coalition for an “International Labor Offensive to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal and All Political Prisoners” is gaining momentum. with Jacky Hortaut, union organizer, member of the CGT in France; an American studies Professor in Tours and Clermont-Ferrand Universities and author of a book about women in prison dedicated to the “Move” sisters and chair of Collectif Libérons Mumia, and organizer of a local chapter of Just Justice Tours Le Collectif, which represents roughly 10 cities, unions, human rights associations, and political parties in France. and Dr. Claude Gillaumaud Pujot, a professor in France who wrote the 2007 Abu-Jamal biography, “A Free Man on Death Row”, who says “Mumia is an example to all of us because he remains an activist even after spending 30-plus years in hell.” A call for freedom for Mumia Abu-Jamal and all political prisoners is picking up steam, with solidarity actions on his status hearing on in Philadelphia, plus a court hearing on April 30, which could eventually lead to his freedom. After years of global community meetings, protests, petitions and legal challenges, the people’s movement succeeded in taking Mumia off death row in 2011 and elevating Mumia to internationally recognized stature. Mumia now has name recognition rivaling top-tier athletes and entertainers and is considered a hero to all people seeking liberation - having inspired millions around the world, from Berlin to Brazil, Georgia to Ghana, who rally regularly on his behalf demanding he receive release or a new trial. In France Mumia is considered a freedom fighter because of his advocacy for the oppressed everywhere. Mumia is the “voice of the voiceless,” who chronicles the legacies of people’s struggles worldwide and one of the greatest threats to U.S. imperialism is the uprising of “young Mumias” from the streets of Philadelphia to the streets of Paris. We’ll talk with French activists about their understanding and concerns that our courts in rejecting all challenges to evidence of Mumia’s guilt have fueled questions worldwide about the fundamental fairness about the U.S. court system and demand that the freedom fighter Mumia, advocate for the oppressed everywhere be released or receive a new trial. Twenty-five French cities have made Mumia Abu-Jamal an honorary citizen including Paris and two streets have been named after him in Saint Denis and Bobigny. And, one-hundred and twenty European representatives have mobilized for medical care for the now ailing Mumia, as he approaches his 64th birthday. Mumia has wrongly spent more than half his life in prison, most of which time was on death row and in solitary confinement, before the Supreme Court held that application of the death penalty to Mumia was unconstitutional and instead shackled him with a life-sentence for a crime, the killing of a police officer that he did not commit.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg