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Gays Against Guns NY is an inclusive direct action group of LGBTQ people and their allies committed to nonviolently breaking the gun industry's chain of death—investors, manufacturers, the NRA and politicians who block safer gun laws. We are New York-based but work with GAG chapters in other cities…

RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show


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    World AIDS Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 25:14

    For World AIDS Day Host/producer Libby Edwards interviews four people who were among the founders of Visual AIDS Artists' Caucus. Marc Happel and Harvey Weiss discuss the creation of the red ribbon while Allen Frame and Frank Franca explain Day Without Art: the Electric Blanket; the installation that toured the world bringing AIDS awareness to public consciousness. The revolutionary work of the Visual AIDS Caucus demonstrates the power of communal art making and the possibility of change even amid catastrophic circumstances.

    Trans Day of Remembrance 2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 24:47

    2021 is already the deadliest year on record for transgender Americans, Gays Against Guns honored the trans lives tragically lost to gun violence in a special vigil on January 20th. GAG comments on the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict in Kenosha, Wisconsin and white supremacy in our country

    NRA Targets AAPI Community

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 24:47

    With violence and racism constantly in the headlines, the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community has much to fear. And who knows better how to manipulate fearful and vulnerable people than the National Rifle Association? Our guests Po Murray of Newtown Alliance and Son Mun of Moms Demand Action discuss the issues as members of the community and Gun Violence Prevention advocates. Host Libby Edwards and survivor Antonius Wiriadjaja give context and connection to the work of Gays Against Guns and Transgender Awareness Day 11/20.

    Gun Violence Is A Queer Issue

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 30:51

    We'll be discussing with activists from @everytown how to address the ways Queer people are disproportionately affected by gun violence. Research by Everytown shows that LGBTQIA+ people are more often targeted in hate crimes and are more frequently victims of suicide. Hosts Ti Cersley and Sarah Germain Lilly interview activists Sarah Grossman and Alé Ortiz about gun violence and its impact on gay youth and the Queer community. Many thanks to Everytown for their collaboration on this show.

    ATF WTF?

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 25:02

    earn how our country's firearms regulation bureau has failed us as lobbyists and the NRA usurped its place and power. Sean Stephanic reports on the ways the ATF has had its power blocked and suspended in curtailing gun trafficking and other illegal gun transfers. Meanwhile, the derailment of Dave Chipman's nomination for director signals more foot dragging on the part of government to create an effective agency to fight abusive and corrupt gun stores and manufacturers. And if you're ready for action, Sean reports on the Soul Box Project, a massive event that brought people from across the country to the National Mall in Washington, DC to honor 200,000 victims of gunfire represented by origami boxes. Sean Stefanic and Ti Cersley co-host and produce.

    How To Be An Artivist Part 4

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 25:20

    How To Be An Artivist...Educator's Episode. In this episode Playwright Myra Slotnick explains #Enough: Plays to End Gun Violence and Sarah Germain Lilly interviews her students at Dr. Susan S. McKinney HS. Paul Rowley interviews Mark Leydorf of Sing Out Louise.

    How To Be An Artivist Part 3

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 25:30

    In this episode Radio GAG talks with "artivists" from Gays Against Guns as they prepare for an action. Sean Stefanic interview's Michael Sylvan Robinson who created an art piece for Justin Roth to wear at the Met Gala, causing a ripple effect of gay and trans gender awareness throughout the fashion and philanthropy communities. WBAI News Director Linda Perry reports on the visual action Giffords created using thousands of white bouquets in Battery Park. In Memoriam - Søren Arn-Oelschlegel 41, 08.10.2021.

    Supreme State Of Emergency

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 26:36

    Radio GAG reports on the upcoming November SCOTUS ruling on a Second Amendment case that could change the rules on how states regulate guns. Gays Against Guns joins the Soul Box Project in Washington DC October 16 and 17 to bring the gun violence epidemic back into the national spotlight. Special Guests: Barry Graubart of Moms Demand Action NY, Benjamin Williams and Jay W Walker of GAG.

    Texas

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 25:06

    Your host Ti Cersley is joined by friend Josh Hays and they discusses Texas and a new law that allows most Texans to carry handguns in public without going through training or having to get permits. In Memoriam: 27-year-old Jenna Soderberg

    Back To School 2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 24:49

    It's September, and we're going back to school, but how safe are we? The current pandemic has given way to a surge in gun violence all over the country. We talk to Cori Curtis Lipford, a mother and educator and Son Mun, a mother, activist, and medical professional about gun violence in schools. Including where we stand on security and safety against guns and gun violence, and what might be done to better handle this crisis.

    How to be an Artivist Pt 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 25:26

    Legendary Artivist Cleve Jones who created the AIDS Quilt: Names Project tells us about the inspiration and impact of the AIDS Quilt and his own journey to becoming a Gay Rights activist. And Tigger AKA Jim Ferguson explains the launching of Gays Against Guns ‘Human Beings' , figures dressed and veiled in white who stand for the people killed by gun violence. Contributions from Libby Edwards, Tricia Cooke and hosted by producer Sarah Germain Lilly.

    What is The National Shooting Sports Foundation?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 26:28

    Radio GAG Hosts Ti Cersley and Sean Stefanic speak with Po Murray of the Newtown Alliance about the NSSF, located right in Newtown, a few miles from Sandy hook Elementary School. A new segment: Discussing gun safety with gun owners with Guillermo Sabatier, Gun Owners for Safety, Giffords. In Memoriam- Pamela Sled, 62 years old, and Promise Mays, 21 years old, 8/18/21, Frankfort, Indiana

    Guns in Cinema Part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 25:29

    “Guns in Cinema” Part 2 . Catch the conversation with Film Director Ethan Coen and Writer/Director Mary Molina on storytelling and violence in American culture in an interview by Radio GAG producer Tricia Cooke.

    US Gun Trafficking In Mexico

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 25:23

    Join hosts Sean Stefanic and Sarah Lilly for this vital update on gun violence prevention. Mexico Sues US Gun Manufacturers. We'll explain why gun manufacturers have been immune from liability since 2010 and how that has increased in violence and death in Mexico and our border towns. Gun manufacturers profit from illegal trafficking and have the means to regulate how their weapons are sold and transported. Guest Eugenio Weigend of AmericanProgress.org will share their research on gun violence in Mexico and the bloody face of drug cartels fighting the Mexican Military with weapons obtained illegally from the US. Barry Graubert of MOMS Demand Action NY explains some of the implications of this lawsuit which is being tried in Massachusetts and could ask for 60 Billion in damages.

    The Trevor Project

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 24:38

    The trevor Project and Suicide Prevention”. Host Ti Cersley covers last week's gun violence in this country, ABC News tracked more than 900 shooting incidents Between Saturday, July 17, and Friday, July 23. Fellow gaggers Sean Stafanic and Shep Wahnon will discuss The Trevor Project's report on the effect of guns in the LGBTQ community and how vulnerable our youth is  to gun violence and suicide. In Memoriam- Taya Ashton, 20 years old, 7/17/21, Suitland, Maryland.

    How To Be An Artivist- Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 24:53

    Join us and listen in to Part 1 of this series on the use of art to protest and promote social change. We will consider “Artivism” and it's impact from the AIDS Quilt to the pink Pussy Hats of the Women's March. Co-hosts Sarah Germain Lilly and Sean Stefanic share their experiences in the streets and in performance. Artivist Kween Elissa Stein gives us the 411 on the art and activism we call ”Artivism”, and Leslie Lee of the “Soul Box Project” shares her almost monumental work on the project which has created over 70, 000 origami boxes so far and puts them on display across America . Sean shares our “In Memoriam”: Moussa Fofana who was killed in Maplewood New Jersey at the town recreational complex.

    Ghost Guns part 2

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 26:37

    On this week's show State Senator Zellnor Myrie explains his successful legislation to hold gun manufacturers accountable for the consequences of their products. And Giffords Gun Owners for Gun Safety spokesperson Jonathan Gold talks about the potential misuse of Ghost Guns. Sean Stefanic leads this week's In Memorium, David Xavier Castro.

    RADIO GAG 2021 - 06 - 29 Ghost Guns Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 25:28

    Radio GAG finishes Pride month celebrating victories in gun violence prevention legislation in New York State. Shep Wahnon interviews special guest State Sen. Brad Hoylman on New York State Legislation and Sarah Lilly speaks to gun violence prevention activist Scott Pappalardo on the growing threat of ghost guns. Libby and Sarah deliver our In Memoriam: The names of ten trans people who have been murdered since the end of April.

    RADIO GAG 6.22.2021 Pride and The QLM

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 25:13

    Activists Ti Cersley and Shep Wahnon host Radio GAG's Pride 2021 show. Libby Edwards speaks to Jim Fouratt, lifelong Gay activist and originator of the Gay Liberation Front, about Gay activism from Stonewall to present in the context of Feminism and the right to love and have sex. Tigger! James Ferguson shares the origins of Gays Against Guns “Human Beings” and the In Memoriam of Kimmi Icon Braxton. Host Ti Cersley interviews organizer Jay W. Walker on Reclaim Pride and the Queer Liberation March.

    The Heart of the Movement | GAG Commemorates Pulse & Celebrates Juneteenth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 29:38

    Summer Activism is hot in the Gay Community and on Radio GAG. Join us 6/15 at 2:30 PM to learn about @babeccherrygrove BaBec- the Black and Brown Equity Coalition of Cherry Grove on Fire Island. Josh Tjaden and guest host interview Tomik Dash and Victor Jeffreys on the upcoming activism and celebrations for Juneteenth Weekend on Fire Island. BaBec has been organizing, educating and celebrating with the businesses and gay community for several years, leading up to this year's Juneteenth bash! • • • The weekend's events include Teadances, Salon conversations, and both Pride and Diversity marches to raise awareness of discrimination and violence in these communities. • • • In the spirit of summer 2020's racial reckoning, the work continues with Beyond Diversity Education and a call to end police and gun violence against black and brown queer folk and others. The show will include a report on Gays Against Guns Pulse 5 Years Event, commemorating the 49 lives lost to gun violence at the Pulse Nightclub on 6.12.26. • • • #endgunviolence #gaysagainstguns #guncontrolnow #gunreformnow #wecallbs #enough #gunviolenceawareness #publicradio #lgbtq #podcast #juneteenth #pridemonth

    Harvey Milk Day Special

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 120:08

    Radio GAG celebrates the life and advocacy of Harvey Milk with a two hour broadcast, featuring special guests including Harvey’s nephew, Stuart Milk of the Harvey Milk Foundation and human rights activist, Cleve Jones. Featured content includes Harvey Milk’s “political will” courtesy of Milk colleagues Walter Caplan and Dan Nicoletta, originally remastered from the cassette recording by Jenni Olson and friends. Additional archival news clips courtesy of Pacifica Radio Archives. Hosts: Sarah Germain Lilly and Josh Tjaden

    Ban Assault Weapons

    Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 25:01

    Radio GAG host Ti Cersley will covers the proposed assault weapons ban with special guest from Connecticut Against Gun Violence Jeremy Stein. Ti brings us updates on an upcoming Supreme Court Case that has staggering implications for carrying weapons in our nation depending on how it is decided by the court’s 6-3 conservative Majority.

    Violence Interrupters

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2021 26:37

    Tune in as we explore Stories Beyond Statistics, Chitown GVP Summit, and Street Corner Resources! In Memoriam for 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant.

    Radio GAG - Fear Of The Black Vote

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 25:01

    Disturbed by the January 6 unsuccessful coup at the Capitol? Find out about the successful 1898 coup that eerily resembles it by taking a walk through “Wilmington’s Lie” by David Zucchino. Writer and independent publisher Wendy Jones joins RADIO GAG host Paul Rowley in the studio to discuss this little-known history. Together, we can make sure it never happens again.

    Violence Interruption

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 25:30

    This week on Radio GAG we speak about violence interruption with Iesha Sekou of Street Corner Resources. SCR works in Harlem to "Speak Peace Forward" and break the cycle of violence, trauma and retaliation. In Remembrance: Aiden Wolfe, age ten, victim of child abuse. And Author Crystal McCreary shares mindfulness from her "Little Yogi Deck", techniques for children and youth to process emotional trauma.

    Atlanta & Boulder

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 25:08

    Radio GAG this week covers the action taking place in the streets and in our Congress. As our nation and communities in Georgia and Colorado react to the devastating mass killings of this week, there is already legislation moving into the Senate that will reduce gun violence. Radio GAG remembers the victims on this show and on the Gays Against Guns Human Beings facebook page. We cover the GAG response in an action at the New York Public Library Main Branch and how the media defines a mass shooting. Ti Cersley hosts, Paul Rowley and Sarah Germain Lilly contribute.

    The Mom's Demand Action Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2021 27:50

    Featured Guests: Mom's Demand Action discuss the rise in everyday gun deaths and the legislation needed to stop it.

    White Supremacy In The Military

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 26:31

    This week’s show we’ll discuss White Supremacy in the Military over the last few years and what the Pentagon can do about it. Host Ti Cersley speaks to fellow Air Force veteran Omar, about how Black Veterans have been Targeted throughout our country's history.

    Guns And Nuclear Weapons Show Part 1

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 26:11

    This week we talk to members of The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) about the continuum of violence from handguns to nuclear weapons. In Memoriam: Jarred James Sykes January 17, 2021.

    Fierce Kween, Carolyn Maloney

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 27:17

    Hosts Sarah Germain Lily and Jay W. Walker celebrate our newest Fierce Kween, Carolyn B. Maloney, U.S. Representative for New York's 12th congressional district. Congresswoman Maloney has pushed several key bills to crack down on gun violence by making gun trafficking illegal. In memoriam: Gabriel Alexis Henderson, 25 years old, 2/15/21, Cornelius, North Carolina.

    Parkland Trauma Anniversary Show 02.16.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 27:13

    Radio GAG hosts the Parkland Trauma Anniversary Show. Interviews with Manuel and Patricia Oliver whose son, Joaquin inspired them to create "Change the Ref", to stop gun violence and save lives. And author Hana Bajramovic on her book for young adults called "Whose Right is it? The Second Amendment and the Fight Over Guns".

    The New Fight Against Gun Violence 02.09.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2021 24:46

    This week, host Ti Cersley discusses the demands of the gun violence prevention movement with a Biden/Harris administration, soaring gun sales and how activists are adapting. Special Book offer “Grace Will Lead Us Home” by Jennifer Berry Hawes. Proceeds fund Scholarships for young journalists of color. Works for Charleston SC Post and Courier

    Gun Violence Survivor's Week 02.02.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 25:28

    This week Radio GAG honors Gun Violence Survivors Week in our new timeslot Tuesdays at 2:30 We talk with our friend Antonius Wiriadjaja activist and former Fulbright Scholar about his survival story. Then Pulitzer Prize winning Journalist Jennifer Berry Hawes tells us about the community in recovery from the mass killing at Mother Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, by a white supremacist teenager. Special Book offer “Grace Will Lead Us Home” by Jennifer Berry Hawes. Proceeds fund Scholarships for young journalists of color. Works for Charleston SC Post and Courier

    Gun Violence Survivor's Week 02.02.2021

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 25:28

    This week Radio GAG honors Gun Violence Survivors Week in our new timeslot Tuesdays at 2:30 We talk with our friend Antonius Wiriadjaja activist and former Fulbright Scholar about his survival story. Then Pulitzer Prize winning Journalist Jennifer Berry Hawes tells us about the community in recovery from the mass killing at Mother Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, by a white supremacist teenager. Special Book offer “Grace Will Lead Us Home” by Jennifer Berry Hawes. Proceeds fund Scholarships for young journalists of color. Works for Charleston SC Post and Courier

    Radio GAG - Disarm Bogus Patriots!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2021 25:00

    White Supremacy is not patriotism! This week we discuss white rioters invading of the US Capitol. In a roundtable discussion we contrast the police handling of these domestic terrorists with our own personal experiences of police violence at peaceful demonstrations - highlighting the differences between civil disobedience and what we saw in D.C. this week. With more guns in this country than people - what are we likely to be facing with the unprecedented surge in gun sales during COVID, and the rise of internet enabled armed militias and hate groups? And what does this mean for activists, journalists, and everyday folk expressing their options on public social media platforms? Plus all the up to the minute news from the gun violence prevention community.

    You Belong - Interview with author Sebene Selassie - Mindfulness, Activism, Ending Violence.

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 45:58

    This week on RADIO GAG our special guest is author Sebene Selassie who joins host Paul Rowley to talk about her brand new book YOU BELONG. The book is a joyous celebration of togetherness and connection - something that has been stripped away from us especially in the past four years. How do we overcome divisiveness? With many of us exhausted after the last four years what does belonging mean for activists and those who are fighting for justice? And how can belonging connect us in a way to fight gun violence? And as always we bring you the latest news from the gun violence prevention movement and our weekly In Memoriam where we honor a life lost to gun. “With grace, intelligence, and palpable compassion, Selassie weaves discussions of implicit bias, intergenerational trauma, and white supremacy throughout her coverage of more traditional spiritual topics, such as ego and conscious awareness. This is a powerful work of spirituality and anti-racism.” Publisher's Weekly "To belong is also to acknowledge injustice, reckon with history, and face our own shadows. Full of practical advice and profound revelations, You Belong makes a winning case for resisting the forces that demand separation and reclaiming the connection—and belonging—that have been ours all along." This is an extended version of the show which aired first on WBAI Radio.

    Biden/Harris Transition Team On Gun Violence 12.22.2020

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2020 28:25

    Hosts Sarah Germain Lilly and Ti Cersley discuss the latest in gun violence news and how the Biden/Harris transition Team is working with GVP groups to prepare for their administration. In Memoriam: Leighton Owings, 2years old, 12/15/20. Fairmount, Indiana. Sing Out Louise! sings... "Rudolph the Gun Shot Victim".

    RADIO GAG - American Denialism And The Culture Of Violence 12.15.2020

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2020 24:01

    Sarah Germain Lily is joined by Po Murray from Newtown Alliance and will be discussing marking 8 years since Sandy Hook. Fellow GAGgers Jay Walker and Paul Rowley dive into American denialism concerning gun violence and our nation's history. In Memoriam Noah Pozner 6 years old 12/14/12

    RADIO GAG - Whiteness - Interview with filmmaker Malik Isasis and Alexandra Gekas

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2020 37:47

    RADIO GAG - Whiteness - Interview with filmmaker Malik Isasis and Alexandra Gekas by RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

    Honor Trans Lives

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2020 26:14

    This week we discuss the increased violence against transgender people in the U.S while honoring their lives in life and death. 'In Memoriam' Asia Jynaé Foster 22 yers old, 11/20/2020 Houston, Texas. Jay W. Walker's speech from Trans Day of Remembrance at Stonewall Inn. The National GVP Coalition, with over 70 GVP groups, sent the Biden/Harris Transition Team recommendations for executive action. Join your host Ti Cersley and guest Michael Sylvan Robinson for this and more in this week's Radio GAG, the Gays Against Guns show.

    Vote Out The NRA!!!

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 25:13

    This week openly carrying guns near polling places. Contact (866-OUR-VOTE) 866ourvote.org 'In Memoriam' Brayan Zazala 13 year old from Georgia. Jay W. Walker's speech from Ruckus Vote 2020. Join your host Ti Cersley and guest Marti Cummings for this and more in this week's Radio GAG, the Gays Against Guns show.

    Courting Change | High Stakes of the GVP Movement

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2020 25:02

    Join Gays Against Guns (GAG) members as we discuss the state of American politics and the latest in gun violence prevention news. This week in our continuing coverage of Washington D.C. and Election 2020 and its implications, we'll take a look into Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett’s controversial positions on gun-related cases. There's so much at stake for the nation's highest court. Paul Rowley & Kevin Hertzog discuss the "zero degrees of separation" between Americans and gun violence with a personal account of someone lost to gun violence with an 'In Memoriam' of another tragic loss of someone to gun violence. And GAG members recently travelled to Washington, D.C. this past weekend for The Women's March. Catch a recap of our actions, because our voices together are more powerful than one! There's too much at stake to sit on the sidelines - and that's why GAG takes to the streets.

    Ballots Over Bullets | Gun Violence & Election 10.13.2020

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2020 27:54

    GAG Hosts: JOSH TJADEN, SARAH GERMAIN LILLY discuss Amy Coney Barrett - Confirmation hearing and views on gun violence prevention. Domestic Terrorism - The plot to kidnap Governors Gretchen Whitmer & Ralph Northum and incite a civil war. Honoring our 'Human Beings' - Remembering Brooklyn Smith, lost to gun violence. Active Shooter Drills - With schools reopening, GAG features the controversial practice. Voter Intimidation - The history surrounding attempts to intimidate voters by the GOP and how it's inspiring the Trump 2020 campaign. Queenz of the Night - Shout out to a renegade street activism crew.

    RADIO GAG_Sing Out Louise! Get Out the Vote 2020

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2020 25:37

    Host Sarah Germain Lilly interviews Sing Out Louise! activists about their promote voting while they sing a special live performance. In Memoriam: 27-year-old James Upshaw, 32-year-old Juan Reveria and 33-year-old Shanya Johnson shot dead in Indianapolis.

    Do You Have A Gun In Your House? 09.29.2020

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2020 26:18

    Ti Cersley discusses gun laws in Connecticut with Jeremy Stein, from CT Against Gun Violence and conversation starters with gun owners. In Memoriam for Aerrion Burnett.

    Guns in the Family 09.22.2020

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2020 25:02

    With the huge amount of guns everywhere in the U.S. what can we do as individuals to reduce the number of these deadly weapons? This week Paul Rowley chats with Dana Cotton in Florida who tells us about her recent experience trying to keep an Uzi belonging to her recently deceased uncle out of the hands of other family members. Plus In Memoriam for Giovanni Melton.

    Back to School 2020 09.15.2020

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2020 26:00

    Host Sarah Germain Lily interviews faculty, students and parents about gun violence in schools. With an uptick of over 200% increase in gun deaths this summer, how are New Yorkers are preparing? Also, a special insight on the McCloskey couple in St. Louis who waved guns at protesters outside of their home.

    RADIO GAG 2020.09.08 2 Years On Air!

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2020 25:04

    We celebrate 2 years on air with a listen back to some of the special guests and features we found most moving from our archives - listen in and subscribe!

    The Principles to Dismantle Gun Violence

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2020 25:57

    Ti Cersley discusses Kenosha,WI with Chris Patterson (Institute for Nonviolence Chicago) and Sara Knizhnik (Newtown Action Alliance) and how they have taken steps to unite communities and non violently stop the cycle of gun violence in Illinois. In Memoriam for Anthony Huber and Jospeh Rosenbaum.

    Where You At? Mixdown 08.25.2020

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2020 24:59

    We ask our activist buddies, "Where You At?" With all the insanity of 45's regime and the upcoming elections, activist groups are taking to the streets like never before. Gun violence is a huge intersectional issue, and touches every community, some far more than others as we know. We chat with our activist friends and ask them what they are currently working on. What issues, what campaigns, what's next, what is inspiring you, what should we know about?

    Artists Confront Gun Violence 08.18.20

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2020 24:46

    Christy E. O’Connor of Art Hustle talks about “Thoughts and Prayers, Vacant Stares” an art exhibition that examines the impact guns have within our nation, as a symbol of power and freedom, or as an instrument to incite fear and cause harm. With host Paul Rowley and music by Sing Out Louise.

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