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Global Research News Hour: The Suspicious Death of Judge Loya, the BJP and the Rise of Fascism in India, Segment 1

22 hours 3 minutes ago
On this week’s Global Research News Hour , we turn our attention to development’s in one of the world’s largest economies and indications that democratic freedoms and mechanisms are imperilled under the current right wing BJP government. Our guests for the hour are Niranjan Takle, the journalist who broke a major story about the death of Judge Brijgopal Loya, and University of Manitoba academic and author Radhika Desai.
CKUW news

Jazz Progressions: Jazz Progressions 1811, Segment 1

1 day 7 hours ago
Segment One Mail Order by Catalyst Double CD: The Complete Recordings (Porter) Registration O by Passport CD: Second Passport (Atlantic) Segment Two Honkey Donkey by Isotope CD: Isotope (Esoteric) Red Alert by The New Tony Williams Lifetime CD: Lifetime: The Collection (Columbia/Legacy) Alpha Omega by Alpha Omega LP: Alpha Omega (Clear Light of Jupiter) Segment Three Pretzel Logic by Steve Lukather FM by Frank Gambale CD: The Royal Dan: A Tribute to the Genius of Steely Dan (Tone Center)
Quality Radio Productions

Building Bridges: "Fight for $15 " Embraces #MeToo Movement in Striking McDonalds , Segment 1

1 day 11 hours ago
"Fight for $15 " Embraces #MeToo Movement in Striking McDonalds with Annelise Orleck, Professor of History, Dartmouth College and author of WE ARE ALL FAST-FOOD WORKERS NOW: The Global Uprising Against Poverty Wages" Emboldened by the #MeToo movement, McDonalds workers staged a one-day strike at restaurants in 10 cities to pressure management to take stronger steps against sexual harassment in the workplace. Organizers say it was the first multistate strike in the U.S. specifically targeting sexual harassment. Orleck will analyze the significance of this development in the context of the #MeToo movement, womens labor history, and the growing activism and unionism of low wage women workers in the U.S. and around the world
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Building Bridges: "Fight for $15 " Embraces #MeToo Movement in Striking McDonalds , Segment 1

1 day 11 hours ago
"Fight for $15 " Embraces #MeToo Movement in Striking McDonalds with Annelise Orleck, Professor of History, Dartmouth College and author of WE ARE ALL FAST-FOOD WORKERS NOW: The Global Uprising Against Poverty Wages" Emboldened by the #MeToo movement, McDonalds workers staged a one-day strike at restaurants in 10 cities to pressure management to take stronger steps against sexual harassment in the workplace. Organizers say it was the first multistate strike in the U.S. specifically targeting sexual harassment. Orleck will analyze the significance of this development in the context of the #MeToo movement, womens labor history, and the growing activism and unionism of low wage women workers in the U.S. and around the world
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Subversion #1312: Anti-Authoritarian Means Anti-State Means Anti-Capitalist Means Anti-Police, Segment 1

1 day 22 hours ago
Anarchists are opposed to the police because their primary purpose is to protect the interests of the owners of capital and the state. On S1312 we regularly report on police misconduct and brutality because the poor, working class, vulnerable and minorities are targeted most by the police. We/they are victims of police violence, and misconduct at a much higher rate than the rest of society. There's never any shortage of stories for our Bad Cop Not Donut segment, and this entire sedition is reporting on the police.  
Linda Rose