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Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Tchutchu in our Spotlight Interview (Electronica, House), Segment 1

2 weeks ago
Welcome to indigenous in Music! This week Larry welcomes into our Spotlight from from the Onion Lake Cree Nation, Saskatchewan, Canada, Mr Chu Chu. He has just released is new album, a mix a high energy electronica dance. Entitled “A Tribe of My Own." You can find him on his facebook and his music on Spotify. Enjoy music from Tchutchu, Nortec Collective, Dj Bitman, STOik, Aleah Belle, Plex, Black Bear, A Tribe Called Red, Eagle & Hawk, VILDA, Cody Coyote, Centavrvs, Stolen Identity, Elastic Bond, Julian Taylor Band, Systema Solar, Funkreal, Brain Hedges, Laura Niquay, Moe Clark, Quinn Bonnell, Jasmine Netsena, Federico Aubele, Celeigh Cardinal, Chris Ferree, Sofi Tukker, Bomba Estereo, Campo, Carsen Gray, Red Rockerz, DJ Krayzkree, Jamie Prado, Captain Planet, Whilk & Misky, Yoqui, Northern Cree Singers, DJ Shub and much much more. Visit us on our website IndigenousinMusic.com for a free issue of the SAY Magazine, featuring our guests, we also have underwriting opportunities available. Indigenous in Music, a non-profit, section 501(c)(3)
Anonymous

This Week In Palestine: Three seasoned journalists take a long critical look at media coverage of the Palestine-Israel struggle, Segment 1

2 weeks 1 day ago
Our presentation this morning takes a long critical look at the media coverage of the Palestine Israel struggle through the eyes of three seasoned journalist activists who have covered this story for years. First you will hear from Jim Clancy, who began covering the Palestinian struggle from Beirut when the PLO was ensconced there, and continues his coverage to this day. Second you will hear from Miko Peled, well-known as the general’s son, who grew up in Jerusalem, has enormous credibility, and continues to write critically about what his very own country is doing to the Palestinian people. Finally you will hear from Ali Abunimah, whose critical coverage appears regularly in Electronic Intifada, his respected online Chicago-based publication covering news and opinion on the Palestine-Israel conflict. This panel spoke at the Jerusalem fund and Palestine center in Washington DC last November.
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)

Latin Waves : interviews Ellen Brown from Public Banking Institute, Segment 1

2 weeks 2 days ago
Ellen Hodgson Brown is an American author, attorney, public speaker, and advocate of alternative medicine and financial reform, most prominently public banking. Brown is the founder and president of the Public Banking Institute, a nonpartisan think tank devoted to the creation of publicly run banks. Host Sylvia Richardson speaks to Ellen about how the interest on the federal reserve debt is unsustainable and how the rules are written by the big banks, the public good that could be had by changing to a public banking system . How in the past the US prospered under such a system and how populist movements across the world are demanding change from the status quo.
latinwaves@gmail.com

Building Bridges: Will we allow Sudan's military and their allies, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to crush the peoples movement for democracy? , Segment 1

2 weeks 2 days ago
Will we allow Sudan's military and their allies, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to crush the peoples movement for democracy? with Milton Allimadi, Prof. of African History at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and founder of The Black Star News In scenes redolent of the Arab world's 2011 pro-democracy uprisings, an emboldened grass-roots protest movement had taken root in the heart of Sudan, its center, Khartoum, when the dreaded Janjaweed militia opened fire on the unarmed, pro-democracy forces who were demanding a transition to civilian rule, after the ouster of President Omar Hassan al-Bashir. The death toll from the attack on the unarmed pro-democracy camp protestors now exceeds 100, with hundreds more injured after the Janjaweed militia opened fire on them. But the peoples resolve is strong as they continue to press for a total work stoppage. Prof. Allimadi traces the evolution of the democracy forces during the thirty year rule of the al-Bashir dictatorship, examines the conflicts amongst the military forces, the implications for the further destabilization of the region and the particular role of Saudi Arabia, the United States, Russia and China, while the push for peoples power and civilian rule continues.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Building Bridges: Will we allow Sudan's military and their allies, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to crush the peoples movement for democracy? , Segment 1

2 weeks 2 days ago
Will we allow Sudan's military and their allies, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to crush the peoples movement for democracy? with Milton Allimadi, Prof. of African History at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and founder of The Black Star News In scenes redolent of the Arab world's 2011 pro-democracy uprisings, an emboldened grass-roots protest movement had taken root in the heart of Sudan, its center, Khartoum, when the dreaded Janjaweed militia opened fire on the unarmed, pro-democracy forces who were demanding a transition to civilian rule, after the ouster of President Omar Hassan al-Bashir. The death toll from the attack on the unarmed pro-democracy camp protestors now exceeds 100, with hundreds more injured after the Janjaweed militia opened fire on them. But the peoples resolve is strong as they continue to press for a total work stoppage. Prof. Allimadi traces the evolution of the democracy forces during the thirty year rule of the al-Bashir dictatorship, examines the conflicts amongst the military forces, the implications for the further destabilization of the region and the particular role of Saudi Arabia, the United States, Russia and China, while the push for peoples power and civilian rule continues.
Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg