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The Mind's Ear: "The Mind's Ear Presents: Justynn Tyme", Segment 1

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"The Mind's Ear Presents: Justynn Tyme" The Mind's Ear Program #22 A collection of recordings from the enigmatic Justynn Tyme. "Like a blacksmith, Justynn Tyme uses the basic elements of Dadaism, Buddhism, Absurdism, and humor tinged with robust insanity to forge his unique brand of experimental artistry. These tempered bite-size Dada pieces are designed to explode kaleidoscopically even in the most rigid of imaginations". Original Broadcast Date on Free Radio Santa Cruz: June 9th, 2018 For more information, visit: www.justynntyme.com, www.themindsear.com, and www.freakradio.org Tune in to The Mind's Ear every Saturday night at 9 p.m. (PST) and every Sunday at 7 p.m. (PST) on Free Radio Santa Cruz (101.3 FM).
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Radio Ecoshock Show: The Thin Layer Before Madness, Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Will the ocean stop accepting our carbon pollution? New science with Dr. Ryan Pereira in Scotland about climate reaction in the sea. Then a new bottom for nuclear madness: floating atomic reactors to the Arctic, and around the world. From Amsterdam, scientist and Greenpeace activist Jan Haverkamp explains why this new Russian business is bad for everybody.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: The Thin Layer Before Madness, Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Will the ocean stop accepting our carbon pollution? New science with Dr. Ryan Pereira in Scotland about climate reaction in the sea. Then a new bottom for nuclear madness: floating atomic reactors to the Arctic, and around the world. From Amsterdam, scientist and Greenpeace activist Jan Haverkamp explains why this new Russian business is bad for everybody.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: The Thin Layer Before Madness, Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
Will the ocean stop accepting our carbon pollution? New science with Dr. Ryan Pereira in Scotland about climate reaction in the sea. Then a new bottom for nuclear madness: floating atomic reactors to the Arctic, and around the world. From Amsterdam, scientist and Greenpeace activist Jan Haverkamp explains why this new Russian business is bad for everybody.
Alex Smith

Building Bridges: Part 2, South Africa in Crisis: Race and Class Struggle in South Africa , Segment 1

1 week 2 days ago
Part 2 of The South African Revolution Continues: First dismantling the Racialist State and Now Dismantling the Capitalist State that Fostered Apartheid featuring in this second of a two-part exclusive an expanded conversation with Zwelinzima Vavi, General Secretary of SAFTU, the South African Federation of Trade Unions, and former General Secretary of COSATU, the Coalition of South African Trade Unions. The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) is the voice of the workers in the struggle for a socialist society. It was formed by the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, the largest union in South Africa, with more than 350,000 workers and numerous other unions, as an alternative to the Coalition of South African Trade Unions, which has capitulated to state capital, including defending the South African government's role in the Marikana massacre of 34 striking miners in August 2012. Cyril Ramaphosa who is currently the President of South Africa was a member of the Board of Lonmin plc, formerly the mining division of Lonrho plc, a British producer of platinum group metals operating in the Bushveld Complex of South Africa, which owns the Marikana mine. We asked SAFTU General Secretary Vavi about the history of the South African freedom struggle which overthrew apartheid, but left in place the capitalist economic system, which has continued the exploitation of the working class and fostered mass economic inequality, and whose corruption has been rife under each of the successors to Pres. Mandela. Vavi talks about these issues and how the now Ramaphosa administration new developments are reaching a crisis: mass unemployment; heightened inequality; and new proposals restricting the rights of unions; and proposals that would gut minimum wages. He also relates the upsurge amongst the masses, with youth in the forefront of the protests was led to the general strike in April.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Building Bridges: Part 2, South Africa in Crisis: Race and Class Struggle in South Africa , Segment 1

1 week 2 days ago
Part 2 of The South African Revolution Continues: First dismantling the Racialist State and Now Dismantling the Capitalist State that Fostered Apartheid featuring in this second of a two-part exclusive an expanded conversation with Zwelinzima Vavi, General Secretary of SAFTU, the South African Federation of Trade Unions, and former General Secretary of COSATU, the Coalition of South African Trade Unions. The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) is the voice of the workers in the struggle for a socialist society. It was formed by the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, the largest union in South Africa, with more than 350,000 workers and numerous other unions, as an alternative to the Coalition of South African Trade Unions, which has capitulated to state capital, including defending the South African government's role in the Marikana massacre of 34 striking miners in August 2012. Cyril Ramaphosa who is currently the President of South Africa was a member of the Board of Lonmin plc, formerly the mining division of Lonrho plc, a British producer of platinum group metals operating in the Bushveld Complex of South Africa, which owns the Marikana mine. We asked SAFTU General Secretary Vavi about the history of the South African freedom struggle which overthrew apartheid, but left in place the capitalist economic system, which has continued the exploitation of the working class and fostered mass economic inequality, and whose corruption has been rife under each of the successors to Pres. Mandela. Vavi talks about these issues and how the now Ramaphosa administration new developments are reaching a crisis: mass unemployment; heightened inequality; and new proposals restricting the rights of unions; and proposals that would gut minimum wages. He also relates the upsurge amongst the masses, with youth in the forefront of the protests was led to the general strike in April.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg