Latin Waves : interviews educator/author Dr Robert Jensen , Segment 1

4 days 1 hour ago
Latin waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with author Robert Jensen about cultivating the habits and virtues that co-create the path to coexistence. This interview is an invitation to integrate our political, cultural, spiritual and ecological worlds and ways of being in order to re-member our collective power. A sober look at the realities that face us and the opportunities this moment calls us to.

Global Research News Hour: Trudeau's Troubles: Pipelines, Tariffs, and the Wrath of Trump , Segment 1

4 days 3 hours ago
This week's Global Research News Hour sets its gaze on the challenges facing the Trudeau government domestically and in its relations with the Trump Administration. We first hear from Energy Analyst David Hughes, the author of a CCPA report on Canada's Energy Outlook. He tackles the economic and environmental viability of the Trudeau government's determined purchase of Kinder Morgan's Trans-Mountain pipeline, and suggests different priorities the government can explore. We next hear from political activist, author and organic farmer David Orchard about the tariffs the Trump administration is aiming at Canada and why Canada can and should abandon its obsession with saving NAFTA. Finally, Moscow based journalist John Helmer attempts to make sense of the Trump Administration's 'coordinated' attack on Prime Minister as the sun sets on the recent G7 meeting.
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9-11 Wake-Up Call: JUNE 13, 2018 THE 50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE ASSASSINATION OF RFK , Segment 1

4 days 5 hours ago
Cheryl takes a look at the RFK assassination through the research done by others including Dr. William Pepper, RFK Jr. and others and shares the interview where RFK Jr. calls for a new investigation and states that he doesn't think that Sirhan Sirhan was assassin. You'll hear about how many shots were fired and from what direction, the girl in the polka dot dress, Sirhan's hypnotic state, and more.

Taylor Report: It Is Time to End the Impunity of Rwandan President Kagame, Segment 1

4 days 16 hours ago
Paul Kagame came to power in Rwanda by criminal and violent means in 1994. He subsequently invaded Zaire resulting in millions of dead and the capture of mineral wealth. All the while he enjoyed the protective support of the US and its allies. Kagame has killed internal opposition and sent assassins abroad to eliminate rivals. Two outstanding women, Victoire Ingabire and Diane Rwigara, have taken political stands against his rule and been sent to prison. But political resistance is growing as was evident at the G7 summit in Quebec.