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Building Bridges: Building Bridges: Putting the Movement Back into the Labor Movement, Segment 1

6 days 15 hours ago
Putting the Movement Back into the Labor Movement with Nelson Lichtenstein is a professor of history at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and director of the Center for the Study of Work, Labor and Democracy. He is a labor historian who has written also about 20th-century American political economy, including the automotive industry and Wal-Mart. and Samantha Winslow, is a staff writer and organizer and co-director of Labor Notes.a publication which has just celebrated its 40th anniversary with its mission to help to put the movement back into the labor movment through its magazine, books, pamphlets, conferences and troublemakers schools and workshops.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Building Bridges: Building Bridges: Putting the Movement Back into the Labor Movement, Segment 1

6 days 15 hours ago
Putting the Movement Back into the Labor Movement with Nelson Lichtenstein is a professor of history at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and director of the Center for the Study of Work, Labor and Democracy. He is a labor historian who has written also about 20th-century American political economy, including the automotive industry and Wal-Mart. and Samantha Winslow, is a staff writer and organizer and co-director of Labor Notes.a publication which has just celebrated its 40th anniversary with its mission to help to put the movement back into the labor movment through its magazine, books, pamphlets, conferences and troublemakers schools and workshops.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Global Research News Hour: 1919 Winnipeg General Strike: Lessons for Creating a Better World in 2019, Segment 1

6 days 21 hours ago
This week's Global Research News Hour commemorates the centenary of the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike, by exploring the overall impact of that event on successive generations of labour and social activists. Our first guest, Leo Panitch speaks to the context and historic significance of the 1919 Strike. In the second half hour, a round table speaks to the legacy of the strike and its meaning for today's solidarity actions and struggles. Professor Panitch is Canada Research Chair in Comparative Political Economy at York University, Emeritus Professor of Political Science at York University, and co-editor with Sam Gindin of The Socialist Register. Julie Guard is Professor of Labour Studies and History at the University of Manitoba. John Clarke is a long time organizer with the Toronto-based Ontario Coalition Against Poverty. Harold Dyck a long time anti-poverty and welfare advocate based in Winnipeg.
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THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 190517 Cartoon President 2X, Segment 1

1 week ago
This week’s archive radio show takes a look at the fact that our president was literally a cartoon character for decades, we encourage you to not freak out even as we tell you why you should freak out, we list some of the blessings of Donald Trump, we contemplate the ‘long game’ in activism, we explain why the president actually controls very little, and then we look to the future darkly. Jokes and apocalypse, all rolled into one! Only on the Thunderbolt!
Dancing Angel Media

THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 190517 Cartoon President 2X, Segment 1

1 week ago
This week’s archive radio show takes a look at the fact that our president was literally a cartoon character for decades, we encourage you to not freak out even as we tell you why you should freak out, we list some of the blessings of Donald Trump, we contemplate the ‘long game’ in activism, we explain why the president actually controls very little, and then we look to the future darkly. Jokes and apocalypse, all rolled into one! Only on the Thunderbolt!
Dancing Angel Media

THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 190517 Cartoon President 2X, Segment 1

1 week ago
This week’s archive radio show takes a look at the fact that our president was literally a cartoon character for decades, we encourage you to not freak out even as we tell you why you should freak out, we list some of the blessings of Donald Trump, we contemplate the ‘long game’ in activism, we explain why the president actually controls very little, and then we look to the future darkly. Jokes and apocalypse, all rolled into one! Only on the Thunderbolt!
Dancing Angel Media

The Sonic Cafe: Sonic Cafe #136/Admiral... There Be Whales Here!, Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Sonic Café. That’s ZZ Top from their 2012 Futura album release. Hey welcome, I’m your host Scott Clark and this is episode 136. This time the Sonic Café has one whale of a good time in store for you with a music mix plucked from 47 years. We’ll check in with the War On Drugs, William Elliott Whitmore, Trombone Shorty, Sleaford Mods, XTC, Clarence Carter and of course many more. We’ll also go whale watching with comedian Jim Gaffigan, and take a lighthouse tour with comedian Dov Davidoff. Ahhh you know, all that fun stuff we do here on the coast. You’ll also hear words that will inspire you in another Matthew Mcconaughey moment, plus a public service announcement from the Save the Whales Foundation. Oh and I almost forgot, a big Sonic Café welcome to our newest sponsor, listen for a few words from Cluckin’ Bell, a huge corporation that can’t be stopped that’s Cluckin’ Bell. All that and more as we splash tunes from the briny blue pacific all over your radio, here at that little café on the coast, we’re the Sonic Café.
Scott Clark