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Radio Ecoshock Show: Stopping Cruel Climate Change, Segment 1

6 days 17 hours ago
Let's wade into the swamp of climate illusions with Australian author David Spratt. Then Aussie radio host Vivien Langford takes us to the courthouse. Kids and grannies blocked trains to the world's largest coal port. Hear the living voice of activists - why they risk so much to save our climate.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Stopping Cruel Climate Change, Segment 1

6 days 17 hours ago
Let's wade into the swamp of climate illusions with Australian author David Spratt. Then Aussie radio host Vivien Langford takes us to the courthouse. Kids and grannies blocked trains to the world's largest coal port. Hear the living voice of activists - why they risk so much to save our climate.
Alex Smith

Latin Waves : interviews Grahame Russell, Segment 1

1 week ago
Grahame Russell is a lawyer and director of Rights Action, he is the author of "Code Z59.5" & "The Never Ending". In this segment we speak to Russell about his book Code Z59.5 There is Only One People Here. In which he exposes the systemic root causes of poverty, the link between mining and repression in Indigenous People's land in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. Why inequity affects us all.
latinwaves@gmail.com

Reggae Explorations: Reggae Explorations #155 (Radio Edit), Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
On “Reggae Explorations” you’ll hear a mix of tracks from newer and lesser known artists, classic tunes, and deeper cuts than you would normally hear elsewhere. In addition, you’ll be treated to the “Motherland Track of the Week”, an occasional “Lovers Rock Set”, and even selections from off the beaten path. Mike Roots is a reggae artist and reviewer, and brings an inside perspective with interesting facts to enhance the listening experience. Tune in to “Reggae Explorations” for your weekly excursion into the world of strictly conscious, roots and culture, reggae music. Reggae Explorations can be heard on the following stations: Global Community Radio (GCR2) GlobalCommunityRadio.blogspot.com, Geneva, NY, Mondays 4-6pm ET KBOG 97.9 FM in Bandon, OR, Wednesdays 10pm-12am PST WAPJ FM 89.9 & 105.1 FM (Flagship), Torrington, CT, Wednesdays 1-3pm ET WXDR-LP 99.1 FM, New Orleans, Thursdays 7-9pm CT
Mike Roots

the berkeley signal 14, Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Spoken word by Daily Show, Democracy now, Rising Up with Sonali, Radio Free Alcatraz and Twit Wit Radio. Music by Pink, John Trudell, Calle 13, Peter Tracy, Jimmy Cliff, Moby and DJ Die.
Captain Fred

Building Bridges: Justice Will Be Served - Lessons from the Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas Hearings in 1991 , Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Justice Will Be Served: Violence to any of us is a threat to every one of us, Anita Hill said when she came to emphasize that sexual harassment is not normal just because it is prevalent, and that opposing sexual assault should be stronger than any friendship. And if the government that you have elected does not care what you have experienced, she said, you are not part of the community. Anita Hill Featuring Kimberle Crenshaw, is a Prof. of Law at Columbia and UCLA, and is director of Columbias Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies (CISPS), which she founded. She is also co-founder of the African American Policy Forum. She is a founding coordinator of the Critical Race Theory workshop and co-editor of Critical Race Theory: Key Documents That Shaped the Movement. Her work on race and gender was influential in the drafting of the equality clause in the South African Constitution and she authored the background paper on Race and Gender Discrimination for the United Nations World Conference on Racism and helped facilitate the inclusion of gender in the WCAR Conference Declaration. In the domestic arena, she has served as a member of the National Science Foundation's committee to research violence against women, and has assisted the legal team representing Anita Hill.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Building Bridges: Justice Will Be Served - Lessons from the Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas Hearings in 1991 , Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Justice Will Be Served: Violence to any of us is a threat to every one of us, Anita Hill said when she came to emphasize that sexual harassment is not normal just because it is prevalent, and that opposing sexual assault should be stronger than any friendship. And if the government that you have elected does not care what you have experienced, she said, you are not part of the community. Anita Hill Featuring Kimberle Crenshaw, is a Prof. of Law at Columbia and UCLA, and is director of Columbias Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies (CISPS), which she founded. She is also co-founder of the African American Policy Forum. She is a founding coordinator of the Critical Race Theory workshop and co-editor of Critical Race Theory: Key Documents That Shaped the Movement. Her work on race and gender was influential in the drafting of the equality clause in the South African Constitution and she authored the background paper on Race and Gender Discrimination for the United Nations World Conference on Racism and helped facilitate the inclusion of gender in the WCAR Conference Declaration. In the domestic arena, she has served as a member of the National Science Foundation's committee to research violence against women, and has assisted the legal team representing Anita Hill.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg