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Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Thursday January 19, 2023

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 55:45


Today on Sojourner Truth, activists and co-founders of the Shawnee Forest Defense John Wallace and Karen Frailey join host Margaret Prescod for the hour to discuss recent developments in their campaign towards making the Shawnee Forest a national park and climate preserve. The Shawnee National Forest is located in Southern Illinois. The Shawnee National Forest encompasses a 289,000 acre area in southern Illinois stretching from the Mississippi River to the Ohio River which contains some of the most ecologically bio-diverse areas in the United States. Three decades ago, in the summer of 1990, activists from Earth First! occupied the Fairview Timber sale site in the Shawnee Forest which is located in Southern Illinois for 79 days — using their bodies to block the logging equipment and using legal strategies to challenge the harvesting of the lumber in court. This historic action has come to be known as the Shawnee Showdown. This relatively small group of activists were successful in stopping commercial logging in the Shawnee National Forest in Southern Illinois for 17 years. But in 2013, the Forest Service won a motion to lift the injunction. But logging is back in Shawnee. Currently, thousands of acres at the Shawnee National Forest in Southern Illinois are scheduled for logging operations. Shawnee is managed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which allows logging on public lands. The fight to save the Shawnee Forest continues today, with the most recent attempt by organizers to transfer the Shawnee National Forest out of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's control and into the hands of the U.S. Department of the Interior, with a proposal that would establish Shawnee as a National Park and designate it as the nation's first climate preserve. The biggest gain from converting the forest into a national park and climate preserve is the elimination of commercial logging efforts and resource extraction.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Wednesday 1.18.23: David Trujillo & David E Reyes present "Vincent"

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 8:19


Today on Sojourner Truth, we are joined by father and son duo David Trujillo and David Edward Reyes who will share details about the play they've directed and produced titled, "Vincent" that has just added a final week of shows due to its popularity. Breaking out of the norm, this play is staged inside Margaret Garcia's art studio. The play is a one man show starring David Edward Reyes on the the famous Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh. Their depiction of this renowned tortured artist touches on a side of van Gogh rarely discussed, the poverty that Vincent van Gogh endured in addition to his battle with depression and mental health, and the role of his brother Theo as his caretaker.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Wednesday January 18, 2023

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 56:50


Today on Sojourner Truth what is the caretakers survey and how is it impacting the narrative around care-taking around the globe? We hear testimonials from caretakers in Myanmar, Scotland, Canada and the U.S. Our guest is Peggy O' Mara an independent journalist, and the editor and publisher of Mothering Magazine for over 30 years. Her work can be found at peggyomara.com. O'Mara joins us to delve into the importance of care-taking and viewing it as a global effort. In 1995, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reclassified the bald eagle from endangered to threatened in the lower 48 states. Populations continued to recover enough that, in 2007, the bald eagle was officially removed from the federal Endangered Species List. The bald eagle is the national bird of the United States of America and appears on its seal.This majestic species of birds generally represent strength, pride, and courage. The fierce beauty And proud independence of this great bird was the reason it was selected as a symbol of the strength and freedom of America when European settlers first came across one. For indigenous people the bald eagle represents the strongest and bravest of all birds. For this reason, Native Americans have chosen the eagle and its feathers as a symbol of what is highest, bravest, strongest and holiest. The bald eagle is indigenous to North America. Its range includes most of Canada and Alaska, all of the contiguous United States, and northern Mexico.It is found near large bodies of open water with an abundant food supply and old-growth trees for nesting. And in Potter Valley, Mendocino CA, a 150 foot pine tree nesting bald eagles for the last 25 years is under threat of being cut down by PG&;E before the nesting season begins and it becomes illegal to cut the tree this week. PG&E contract workers showed up with wood chippers and County Sheriffs intimidating and shoving tree protectors who were lined up protecting the 150-foot tall pine tree harboring the eagles' nest.PG&E has refused to consider alternatives such as installing automatic shut-off switches on their antiquated lines or putting the lines underground. Eagle supporters have offered to raise the $200,000 estimated cost of removing the hazardous lines instead of the tree, and are continuing to be overlooked, our guest is Pauline Girvin, an elder married into the Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians, in whose ancestral territory the eagle tree stands. She is an Indian law attorney, a veteran of the 1990s northern California Timber Wars, a youth mentor and nonviolent warrior for the Earth. Finally we are joined by father and son duo David Trujillo and David E Reyes who will share details about the play they've directed and produced titled, "Vincent" that has just added a final week of shows due to its popularity. Breaking out of the norm, this play is staged inside Margaret Garcia's art studio. The play is a one man show on the the famous Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh, their depiction of this renowned tortured artist touches on a side of van Gogh rarely discussed, the poverty that Vincent van Gogh endured in addition to his battle with depression and mental health, and the role of his brother Theo as his caretaker.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Wednesday 1.18.23: Peggy O'Mara & the caretaking survey

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 22:46


Today on Sojourner Truth what is the caretakers survey and how is it impacting the narrative around care-taking around the globe? We hear testimonials from caretakers in Myanmar, Scotland, Canada and the U.S. Our guest is Peggy O' Mara an independent journalist, and the editor and publisher of Mothering Magazine for over 30 years. Her work can be found at peggyomara.com. O'Mara joins us to delve into the importance of care-taking and viewing it as a global effort.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Wednesday 1.18.23: PG&E threatens bald eagle's nest habitat

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 8:34


In 1995, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reclassified the bald eagle from endangered to threatened in the lower 48 states. Populations continued to recover enough that, in 2007, the bald eagle was officially removed from the federal Endangered Species List. The bald eagle is the national bird of the United States of America and appears on its seal. This majestic species of birds generally represent strength, pride, and courage. The fierce beauty and proud independence of this great bird was the reason it was selected as a symbol of the strength and freedom of America when European settlers first came across one. For indigenous people the bald eagle represents the strongest and bravest of all birds. For this reason, Native Americans have chosen the eagle and its feathers as a symbol of what is highest, bravest, strongest and holiest. The bald eagle is indigenous to North America. Its range includes most of Canada and Alaska, all of the contiguous United States, and northern Mexico. It is found near large bodies of open water with an abundant food supply and old-growth trees for nesting. And in Potter Valley, Mendocino CA, a 150 foot pine tree nesting bald eagles for the last 25 years is under threat of being cut down by PG&;E before the nesting season begins and it becomes illegal to cut the tree this week. PG&E contract workers showed up with wood chippers and County Sheriffs intimidating and shoving tree protectors who were lined up protecting the 150-foot tall pine tree harboring the eagles' nest. PG&E has refused to consider alternatives such as installing automatic shut-off switches on their antiquated lines or putting the lines underground. Eagle supporters have offered to raise the $200,000 estimated cost of removing the hazardous lines instead of the tree, and are continuing to be overlooked, our guest is Pauline Girvin, an elder married into the Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians, in whose ancestral territory the eagle tree stands. She is an Indian law attorney, a veteran of the 1990s northern California Timber Wars, a youth mentor and nonviolent warrior for the Earth.

IMRU Radio
IMRU 230116

IMRU Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 58:43


IMRU RADIO 230116: (from 220117): Hero's = Karla Jay + Jean Cordova + Walter Nagle (talking about his late partner Bayard Rustin). [Hosted by: David Hunt. Produced by: Steve Pride. Partially Recorded at KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles.] --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/imruradio/message

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Tuesday January 17, 2023

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 59:39


Today on Sojourner Truth we bring you our King Day special program paying homage to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's radicalism. Dr. Martin Luther King became increasingly vocal about his views against the war the U.S. was waging at the time– the war in Vietnam. He delivered a speech entitled, “Beyond Vietnam: Time to Break the Silence,” exactly one year before his assassination. Dr. Martin Luther King declared: “A nation that continues year after year to spend more money on military defense than on programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual death.” He went on to name the U.S. government as the greatest purveyor of violence in the world and preached that nonviolent direct action is our greatest hope and the best tool to bring about change. Over 54 years later, in this powerful speech, Dr. King provides both a diagnosis and a cure that remains fully relevant today. As the U.S. finds itself encroached in yet another war enabling the continued war between Russia and Ukraine. Today, in partnership with the CA High Desert residents and the CA Poor People's Campaign, Sojourner Truth brings you audio from this public reading of “ Beyond Vietnam.” This event was part of 54 public readings— for each year since Dr. King's assassination— taking place across the state of California. The CA Poor Peoples' Campaign has picked up Dr. King's unfinished work, weaving the interlocking injustices—systemic racism, systemic poverty, environmental devastation, militarism and the war economy and a distorted moral narrative of Christian nationalism—into one “moral fusion” campaign. We hope you'll enjoy this live reading of Martin Luther King's speech "Beyond Vietnam" read by the CA high desert residents honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Friday January 13, 2023

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 55:22


Today on Sojourner Truth, our Friday round table discussion featuring governing board member for the LA school district, Jackie Goldberg, foreign correspondent Laura Carlsen, and Dr. Gerald Horne, Moores Professor of History and African-American Studies at the University of Houston. Today we discuss the 118th Congress, new Democratic minority Hakeem Jeffries, and his contextualizing of Democrat's policies in alignment with women's reproductive rights and workers rights drawing a clear contrast with the conservative Republican party agenda. And what does Rep. Kevin McCarthy's eventual election as house speaker mean for the greater picture in Congress? We also delve into Israel's most conservative government in history and the U.S. involvement in it. We also discuss the political upheaval in Latin America: Over 50 protestors have died in Peru, where Peru's working class is leading protests to reinstate former President Castillo's government, who they feel was ousted for speaking up vs. government corruption, meanwhile Haiti is facing a set of intersecting catastrophes: famine, cholera, devastating gang violence, fuel shortages and economic collapse, what does this mean in context of the new asylum policies announced by the U.S. capping humanitarian parole visas at 30,000 per month to eligible people from Haiti, as well as Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Thursday January 12, 2023

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 55:28


Today on Sojourner Truth, author, organizer and anti-capitalist campaigner, Selma James joins host Margaret Prescod for the hour to discuss the history of her involvement in organizing for fair wages for women, and her continued organizing at 92 years old. In 1972 Selma put forward Wages for Housework (WFH) as a political perspective that redefined the working class to include all who work without wages, starting with women, the primary carers everywhere. The International WFH Campaign she founded (which celebrates its 51st anniversary in 2023) coordinates the Global Women's Strike.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Wednesday January 11, 2023

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 54:23


Today on Sojourner Truth with guest host Nana Gyamfi, we discuss the failed insurrection in Brazil with foreign correspondent Laura Carlsen who covered the election, President elect Lulu and Brazil's recent shift of power. There have long been barriers set up by US Administrations that have impeded the ability of asylum-seekers at the border from easily making their asylum claims in the US. And in the second half we are joined by the Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI) Legal Director Tsion Gurmu, to discuss the expansion of the parole program that President Biden recently announced, and review the pathways available in the US to people who are seeking protection from violence in their country.

Peaceful Political Revolution in America
Season 2. Episode 4. FDR and A New Economic Bill of Rights with Harvey J. Kaye and Alan Minsky

Peaceful Political Revolution in America

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 69:31


Welcome to the Peaceful Political Revolution in American Podcast.In Season 1 Episode 2  last year, I spoke with Professor Emeritus of Democracy & Justice Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Harvey J. Kaye. He is an award-winning author and editor of 18 books on history and politics -including Take Hold of Our History: Make America Radical Again and FDR on Democracy.  In S1 E2, we talked about his book Thomas Paine and the Promise of America. He's a really gifted speaker and a real pleasure to talk to.  At that time, Harvey suggested he come back for another conversation, this time about FDR's Economic Bill of Rights.  I'm really happy to say that that conversation has finally arrived. In addition, we will be joined by his friend, activist, and Executive Director of Progressive Democrats of America, Alan Minsky. Alan is a lifelong activist, who has worked as a progressive journalist for the past two decades. He was the Program Director at KPFK in Los Angeles from 2009-2018. He also has coordinated Pacifica Radio's national coverage of elections. Before that, Alan was one of the founders of LA Indymedia. He is the creator and producer of the political podcasts for The Nation and Jacobin Magazine, as well as a contributor to Commondreams and Truthdig.Alan's activism began in college with union solidarity work and opposition to US involvement in Central America. In the 1990s and early 2000s, Alan was active in the counter-globalization and media democracy movements. In 2011, he began organizing for Occupy Wall Street in the months leading up to the occupation of Zuccotti Park. Alan began working with PDA in 2014.This country has seen its share of opulence and struggle. But what about its share of democracy? We live in an era, not unlike the Gilded Age, which flourished from 1877 to 1900. The Gilded Age was marked by extreme concentrations of wealth and the rise of powerful industrial titans known as the Robber Barons; men like Jay Gould, JP Morgan, Cornelius Vanderbilt, John D. Rockefeller, and Andrew Carnegie. Corruption, unprecedented immigration, and the concentration of wealth by the 1% were just a few of the things that characterized that period of American history. This explosion of economic prosperity for a few arose only 12 years after the Civil War, which raged between 1861 and 1865, and only a few months after Reconstruction which lasted until 1877. The Age of the Robber Barons or the "Gilded Age" was followed by a very different set of challenges, including events like WWI, which began in 1914 and ended in 1918. Along come the roaring twenties, then there was the Great Crash of 1929, and the Great Depression which lasted until 1939. In addition to all these hardships, Americans had to confront the Great Dust Bowl, from 1930 until 1936, caused by shortsighted federal land policies, changes in regional weather, and new mechanized farming techniques which led to the erosion of vital topsoil.FDR won the election to the New York State Senate in 1910 as a democrat and quickly became associated with the progressives of the party.  He was elected governor of New York in 1928 and again in 1930. He was first elected President in 1932. He was re-elected President in 1936, 1940, and once again in 1944. He died in office during his historic 4th term in office and is largely credited with bringing the United States out of the worst economic disaster America had ever faced, as well as a devastating World War.Harvey, Alan, it's an honor to be able to share your insights into FDR and as importantly, your proposal for a new Economic Bill of Rights. There's a lot to get into, but first, how are you doing?

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Tuesday January 10, 2023

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 56:05


Today on Sojourner Truth, after only two weeks in power, the most religious and conservative government in the history of Israel is already cultivating divisions at home and rushing towards conflict with the Palestinians and Israel's allies abroad. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu enters his 16th year in power with an ultra nationalist agenda that includes banning displaying the Palestinian flag and a proposed legal assault on Israel's Supreme Court that could alter the foundations of Israel's democracy. We speak to world renown peace activist and director of the New Internationalism Project at The Institute for Policy Studies, Phyllis Bennis on the situation in Israel. Meanwhile the U.S. enters its 118th Congress with changes across party lines. Representative Hakeem Jeffries was elected to succeed longtime Democratic leader as the House Minority leader. A position held by Rep. Nancy Pelosi for over 20 years. Rep. Nancy Pelosi was also the first woman Speaker of the House in U.S. history, who led the Democratic Party, who held the house majority for four presidential terms. Republicans are now the majority in the house and the process of replacing her with Republican CA Senator Kevin McCarthy turned into a week long saga taking over 15 rounds of votes, until he finally received the 20 votes he needed from his party to be elected, having to make several controversial concessions to far right MAGA Republicans that initially voted vs him. We discuss the imminent danger of these concessions, as well as the aftermath of widespread voter suppression during the 2022 midterm, the shift in the house and of course the ardent speech that has since gone viral, delivered by Representative Hakeem Jeffries as he opened the 2023 118th Congressional session, with civil rights legend, President & Founder of the Transformative Justice Coalition and attorney, Barbara Arnwine.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Friday January 6, 2023

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 59:16


Today on Sojourner Truth, we bring you excerpts from “Black Women Bringing It All Back Home,” a webinar discussion series organized by the organization Black Women Radicals. We spend the hour in conversation with organizers for Black Women Radicals honoring host of Sojourner Truth, Margaret Prescod for her work as an activist, discussing her ongoing commitment to covering the West's incessant destabilization in Haiti, while covering the work being done by organizers on the ground. Black Women Radicals activists cover Margaret's commitment to independent media, and her history of involvement and activism with Women for Fair Wages and founding the Black Coalition Fighting Back Serial Murders to bring attention to the serial murder of Black Women in Los Angeles in the last 40 years.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Thursday January 5, 2023

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 58:08


Since the early 1980s, at least 200 Black women and girls were victims of serial murders or mysteriously disappeared in South Los Angeles. Many were victims of the multiple serial killers (including the notorious “Grim Sleeper” who preyed on vulnerable and impoverished Black women, including sex workers, homeless women, and those with addiction issues. You may be familiar with the Grim Sleeper documented by Director Nick Broomfield in the HBO film, “Tales of the Grim Sleeper.” However, most media outlets paid little or no attention to these murders, taking their cue from the police which shockingly and horrendously labeled the victims No Human Involved (NHI). Most city and county officials made little attempt to raise the alarm. All of this resulted in more women continuing to die. This compelled Sojourner Truth host Margaret Prescod and a cohort of people to found the Black Coalition Fighting Back Serial Murders to continue to raise awareness in Los Angeles, among its residents, the Los Angeles Police Department, and other government agencies on the continued devaluation of our lives, particularly but not only by law enforcement.

IMRU Radio
IMRU 230102

IMRU Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 60:06


IMRU RADIO 230102: A Personal Reflection Show = Straight To Vegas (Wenzel Jones) + The Magic of The Moon (David Parke Epstein) + Who's The Man? (Abby Dees) + Subway Dreamboat (Arnold Pomerance) + A Life (Arnold Pomerance) + Chasing Peter (Steve Pride) + Still Gay (Peter Dell) + Bucky The Lesbian Rabbit (Rita Gonzales) + A Sensitive Boy (Chris Coleman) + Over the Rainbow (Live: Dave Koz) [Hosted by: Michael Taylor Gray. Produced by: Steve Pride. Recorded at KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles.] --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/imruradio/message

KPFK - The Lawyers Guild
KPFK Local Station Board - Wednesday, January 4, 2023

KPFK - The Lawyers Guild

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 60:12


A public affairs program where political activists and experts discuss current political developments and progressive movements for social change.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Wednesday January 4, 2023

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 56:41


Today on Sojourner Truth, we bring you excerpts from “Hookers in the House of the Lord,” a webinar discussion series organized by the US Prostitutes Collective, Global Womens' Strike, Women of Color Global Women's Strike and In Defense of Prostitute Womens' Safety Project in coalition with St. Francis Lutheran Church in San Francisco, where the event was held live in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the 1982 English Collective of sex workers, occupation of the church of holy cross in England. We spend the hour with speakers including: Pastor Bea Chun with the St Francis Lutheran Church who opens the discussion with a historical account of the church as a place of sanctuary for street workers throughout time, Rachel West, of the US PROStitutes Collective, who will be filling us in on the latest statutes in San Francisco resulting in targeted police crackdowns on prostitutes that result in further endangering street workers forced out into industrial areas where they are prone to fall victim to theft, rape or assault. You will also hear from Jane Welford, with the Global Women's Strike who will discuss the mother-led campaigns to address the growing number of mothers going into sex work to feed their families, and Nell Myhand from Women of Color Global Women's Strike, who will be discussing present laws in California negatively impacting Black & Brown prostitutes at a disproportionate rate.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Tuesday January 3, 2023

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 59:05


Today on Sojourner Truth, we share excerpts from the Alliance for Global Justice Eco Solidarity series titled: “Climate change disasters in the Caribbean and around the world,”moderated by Aminta Zea and James Jordan. Panelist speakers include: Camilo Matos of the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, Banbose Shango of the National Network on Cuba, Camille Landry, co-director of AFGJ's Human Rights School, as well as a highlights interview with Peruvian Journalist Lucho Garate and an interview with Jayeesha Dutta of the Climate Justice Alliance. In 2022 alone, climate related disasters took place in Vietnam, Pakistan, Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Florida, Japan, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Alaska. A series of heavy rains, hurricanes, typhoons, and floods that have hit these areas have all been attributed to climate change. These global warming catastrophes began even as leaders from across the world gathered for the annual Cop 27 conference. Today you will hear a bit more on these climate change disasters including the privatization of private utilities in Puerto Rico. Camilo Matos of the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party will explain why Puerto Ricans are calling for the immediate reinstatement of the PREPA public utility company, and its union, which was busted as a result of this privatization.

Folkscene Radio Show
Scott Billington Interviewed on FolkScene. Recorded 11-10-22.

Folkscene Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 78:30


FolkScene speaks with Grammy Award Winning Producer and Musician Scott Billington, who has just release his memoir "Making Tracks: A Record Producer's Southern Roots Music Journey." Interviewed by Allen Larman. Produced by Peter Cutler. ©FolkScene. It is cool to share FolkScene recordings with your friends, but the reproduction of our programs for commercial purposes is illegal. FolkScene airs on Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.(PDT) at KPFK 90.7 Los Angeles and online. at www.kpfk.org.

Folkscene Radio Show
An Archive Classic With Lowen & Navarro. Recorded 6-26-08.

Folkscene Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 56:10


FolkScene present an Archive Classic (Eric) Lowen and (Dan)Navarro. Interviewed by Roz Larman. Enigneered, remastered and produced by Peter Cutler. ©FolkScene. It is cool to share FolkScene recordings with your friends, but the reproduction of our programs for commercial purposes is illegal. FolkScene airs on Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.(PDT) at KPFK 90.7 Los Angeles and online. at www.kpfk.org.

Folkscene Radio Show
Melissa Carper Interviewed On FolkScene. Recorded 11-30-22.

Folkscene Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 45:48


FolkScene speaks to Melissa Carper about her terrific new album "Ramblin' Soul" and more. Interviewed by Allen Larman. Produced by Peter Cutler. ©FolkScene. It is cool to share FolkScene recordings with your friends, but the reproduction of our programs for commercial purposes is illegal. FolkScene airs on Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.(PDT) at KPFK 90.7 Los Angeles and online. at www.kpfk.org.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: December 29, 2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 57:50


Today on Sojourner Truth, we share excerpts from a recent Positive Money webinar entitled, "Tackling Fossilflation: A Toolkit for Price Stability and a Just Transition, that explores the historically high inflation taking place in the U.S. and its direct ties to the war in Ukraine, powered by fossil fuels. Speakers will discuss inflation in food and goods and its ties to jobs and wages. Presenting sustainable solutions that take into account the present and future state of climate change and what it would take to transition to renewable energy sources in the U.S.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Thursday December 22, 2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 59:22


Today on Sojourner Truth, we bring you voices from a virtual press conference on the case of Mumia Abu-Jamal and the recent amicus brief in the Abu-Jamal Case filed by the UN Working Group on people of African descent. The International Body Observes that Racial Bias has tainted the judicial process up to now citing new evidence of innocence and misconduct by Judges and Prosecutors. Mumia Abu-Jamal's lawyers say evidence in boxes discovered in the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office by the new DA at the time, Larry Krasner in 2019 that show his trial was tainted by judicial bias and police and prosecutorial misconduct, including: withholding of evidence, and bribing or coercing witnesses to lie. As of the airing of this show, the plea for a new trial in the case of Mumia Abu-Jamal went before Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Lucretia Clemons on Friday December 16th. Judge Clemons asked the commonwealth if they could confirm that there is no new evidence in the 32 boxes that relate to Brady and Bateson claims. The commonwealth did not confirm. So now Mumia's lawyers will be making arrangements to see those boxes and Judge Clemens said she would issue her ruling in 60-90 days. The press conference held on December 13th included: Moderator Associate Professor Johanna Fernandez who has researched Mumia's case at length and is executive producer of the film Justice on Trial: the Case of Mumia Abu-Jamal, Ms. Fernandez is presently Associate Professor of History at Baruch College, CUNY; the Honorable Wendell Griffen, state court trial judge in the Sixth Judicial Circuit of Arkansas, Dr. Vijay Prashad, Executive Director of Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research, Buenos Aires, Johannesburg, New Delhi, and São Paulo; Julia Wright, founder of the Mumia Abu-Jamal Health Committee and Board of the Richard Wright Civil Rights Center in Elaine, AR., Linn Washington, Jr.-- a Philadelphia-based investigative reporter who has covered the Mumia Abu-Jamal matter since Abu-Jamal's arrest on the morning of Dec. 9, 1981, as well as Mumia's grandson Jamal Jr.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Thursday December 1, 2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 54:26


Today on Sojourner Truth, we discuss the very real possibility of incorporating genetically engineered American Chestnut trees into wild forests, and the corporate and special interests pushing this forward as a false solution to address forest conservation with our guest, Executive Director of the Global Justice Ecology Project, Anne Peterman. We will also feature our Global Justice Ecology Project Earth Minute segment. We conclude the program with our guest, journalist Tina Gerhardt who covered the recent Cop 27 UN conference for The Nation magazine. We will discuss the public comment by the Tuvalu representative in response to the loss and damage funds agreement and its impact on countries in the global south.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Global Justice Ecology Project Earth Minute: 12.1.2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 1:31


Today on Sojourner Truth we bring you our weekly Earth Minute in partnership with the Global Justice Ecology Project. This week's topic the international organization Bio Fuel Watch released a new report titled: Carbon Capture from Bio Mass and Waste Incineration Hype vs Reality. The report analyses the climate change mitigation strategy known as bio energy with carbon capture and storage (BECC) and its conclusions may surprise you.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Global Justice Ecology Project guest: Anne Peterman

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 15:55


Today on Sojourner Truth in partnership with the Global Justice Ecology Project our Earth Watch guest is Anne Petermann, Executive Director of the Global Justice Ecology Project and international coordinator of the campaign STOP GE Trees. Researchers at the State University of NY College of Enviornmental Science and Forestry are developing genetically engineered (GE)American Chestnut trees that are blight resistant, and hope to win government approval for its unregulated release in the environment. GE trees are being lauded as the biotech solution for forest conservation, however the reality is that should GE trees be approved they would be mass produced and used for commercial production of timber, pulp and bio-fuels, instead of forest conservation. The GE American Chestnut could be the first GE forest tree species planted specifically to spread freely through forests, and the dangers of this could be catastrophic to existing forest ecosystems. Not only does the US regulatory system have no specific regulations to deal with the release of GE trees into forests, but the highly experimental introduction of GE trees could create new problems and worsen existing pressures on forest ecosystems, already strained from unsustainable logging practices, invasive species, introduced pests and pathogens and the surmounting impacts of climate change. Anne Petermann has played a key role in the global effort to stop the release of genetically engineered trees into the environment in the last 22 years. In 2008 she led a campaign demanding a global ban on GE trees that won an historic decision on GE trees from the UN Convention on Biological Diversity warning countries of the dangers of GE trees and urging them to use a precautionary approach.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Wednesday 11.30.2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 57:21


Today on Sojourner Truth with guest host Nana Gyamfi, Professor Christopher Gaffney joins us at the top of the hour to talk about the injustices masked behind the mega sports event being hosted by Qatar, the World Cup. From unsafe working conditions to displacement, what is the environmental and economic impact that mainstream media is obscuring? Dr. Amara Enyia joins us in the second half of the program to discuss the forthcoming UN Permanent Forum on Peoples of African Descent and her role spearheading the permanence of this forum to help continue the legacy of efforts by the Global Black Diaspora to address global anti-Black racism and its vestiges to the world body. Finally we conclude with the recent announcement by a federal district Court in Washington DC that ordered the Biden administration to end its use of Title 42, an archaic health policy weaponized by President Trump, to prevent asylum-seekers from entering the United States. Over a million migrants have been expelled at the border without an asylum hearing under the policy. The Biden administration set a record, expelling over 26K Haitians in just the past year alone. Joining us to talk about the impact of Title 42 and what we might expect next is Ronald Claude, Director of Policy and Advocacy at the Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI).

Voices From The Frontlines
2022 - 11 - 29 VFTFL Wake Up And Smell The Revolution Mixdown

Voices From The Frontlines

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 57:46


We Are Back! The New Voices from the Frontlines—Wake Up and Smell the Revolution Every Tuesday, staring Tuesday November 29 2022 at 8 AM pst. Host Eric Mann, co-host and producer Channing Martinez, and co-producer Julian Lamb are excited to bring you a new format to continue our political and cultural revolutionary politics. This week on Voices from the Frontlines with Eric Mann: A Conversation with Junius Williams—significant figure in the Newark N.J. Black Power Movement from 1965 to the present, director of The North, and author of Unfinished Agenda: Urban Politics in the Era of Black Power, The Black Liberation Movement yesterday, today, and tomorrow A Conversation with Emily Zamora, lead student organizer for UCLA Friends of the Strategy Center and Bus Riders Union on the struggle against Anti-Blackness and Academic Opportunism at the UCLA Luskin school—and the opportunities for radical reform at Luskin and all of UCLA Sing Along with Jerry Butler—For Your Precious Love Get up and Dance with Peaches and Herb “Shake Your Groove Thing” Channing Martinez on the Strategy Center and Bus Riders Union Holiday Block Party—Saturday December 17 2022 from 12 to 4pm at Strategy and Soul Movement Center 3546 Martin Luther King Blvd LA 90008, confirm if you can at www.thestrategycenter.org and bring family and friends. RSVP Today Are you listening? Send your comments, questions, and suggestions to eric@voicesfromthefrontlines.com. Listen to Voices from the Frontlines beginning November 28th, 2022 at 8AM PST on KPFK 90.7FM OR click below to stream the show live on KPFK.

Folkscene Radio Show
Abigail Lapell Interviewed on FolkScene. Recorded 11-28-22.

Folkscene Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 59:48


FolkScene speaks with two-time Canadian Folk Award Winner Abigail Lappell. Recorded 10-24-22. Hosted by Allen Larman. Produced by Peter Cutler. FolkScene speaks with American Musician, Scholar, and Activist Jake Blount. Recorded 10-4-22. Hosted by Allen Larman. Produced by Peter Cutler. ©FolkScene. It is cool to share FolkScene recordings with your friends, but the reproduction of our programs for commercial purposes is illegal. FolkScene airs on Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.(PDT) at KPFK 90.7 Los Angeles and online. at www.kpfk.org.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Tuesday November 29, 2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 56:25


Today on Sojourner Truth civil rights icon attorney Barbara Arnwine joins Margaret Prescod at the top of the hour to share the work she and along with a coalition of organizers and organizations continue to do on the ground to ensure voters in Georgia are able to cast their vote despite the hurdles that have been put in place to deter voters, in attempts by the GOP to suppress the Black vote during one of the most contentious races in the nation. And Sara Hussein, a PhD graduate student worker in the history department at UCLA joins us for the second half of the program to discuss the nation's largest strike of higher education workers in the University of California system.

Folkscene Radio Show
Jake Blount Interviewed On FolkScene. Recorded 10-4-22.

Folkscene Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 52:32


FolkScene speaks with American Musician, Scholar, and Activist Jake Blount. Recorded 10-4-22. Hosted by Allen Larman. Produced by Peter Cutler. It is cool to share FolkScene recordings with your friends, but the reproduction of our programs for commercial purposes is illegal. FolkScene airs on Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.(PDT) at KPFK 90.7 Los Angeles and online. at www.kpfk.org.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Wednesday November 23, 2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 58:10


Today on Sojourner Truth we discuss the UN Climate Summit held in Egypt, or Cop 27, that culminated Sunday November 20th after two weeks of arduous negotiations. This victory is a direct result of mounting pressure from global civil society organizations present in Sharm el-Sheikh and in cities and capitals around the world, combined with strong leadership, 30 years in the making. A breakthrough deal is the establishment of a loss and damages fund to help poorest countries most impacted by climate change. Rich countries are agreeing to contribute to this fund but what will this actually look like? It will likely still be several years before the fund exists. Major lingering questions include: who would oversee the fund, how the money would be dispersed – and to whom. Many countries said they felt pressured to give up on tougher commitments for limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius in order for the landmark deal on the loss and damage fund to go through. And the richest countries largely contributing to fossil fuel pollution, made no real commitments to curb their use, in fact the loss and damage funds deal also included a reference to "low-emissions energy," raising concern among some that it opened the door to the growing use of natural gas - a fossil fuel that leads to both carbon dioxide and methane emissions. Joining us to discuss and contextualize the gains and concessions that took place at Cop 27 are, Shereen Talaat is Co-director and one of the founders of The Arab Watch Regional Coalition for Just Development that covering issues in the Middle East and North Africa, Tina Gerhardt, journalist and Cop 27 correspondent covering the UN conference for The Nation magazine and Luiz Vieira coordinator for the Bretton Woods Project. The Bretton Woods Project is a civil society watchdog of the IMF and World Bank, advocating for a multilateral system that is democratic, inclusive, transparent, accountable, and responsive to people, especially the poorest and most vulnerable.

IMRU Radio
IMRU 221121

IMRU Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 58:27


IMRU RADIO 221121: (from 211122): Past Thanksgiving's - Dr. Greg Cason, 2016 (Thanksgiving Family issues) + Greg Cope White,2015 (The Pick Marine & Thanksgiving food ideas) + Steven Slater, 2013 (Holiday Travel Tips) + Peter Dell (Audio Essay) [Hosted by: Chrisanne Eastwood. Produced by: Steve Pride. Recorded in part at KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles.] --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/imruradio/message

Folkscene Radio Show
Stillhouse Junkies interviewed on FolkScene. Recorded 9-20-22.

Folkscene Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 59:10


IBMA Momentum Band of the Year and two-time Telluride Bluegrass band contest finalists Stillhouse Junkies speak to FolkScene. The group members are Alissa Wolf, Cody Tinnin, and Fred Kosak. Recorded 9-20-22. Host by Allen Larman. Produced by Peter Cutler. ©FolkScene. It is cool to share FolkScene recordings with your friends, but the reproduction of our programs for commercial purposes is illegal. FolkScene airs on Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.(PDT) at KPFK 90.7 Los Angeles and online. at www.kpfk.org

Folkscene Radio Show
John McCutcheon Interviewed on FolkScene. Recorded 9-28-22.

Folkscene Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 60:44


FoilkScene speaks with folk legend John McCutcheon. Allen Larman is your host. Produced by Peter Cutler. ©FolkScene. It is cool to share FolkScene recordings with your friends, but the reproduction of our programs for commercial purposes is illegal. FolkScene airs on Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.(PDT) at KPFK 90.7 Los Angeles and online. at www.kpfk.org

Folkscene Radio Show
James Keelaghan interviewed on FolkScene. Recorded 9-16-22.

Folkscene Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 56:29


FolkScene speaks with celebrated Canadian singer-songwriter James Keelaghan. Recorded 9-16-22. Allen Larman is your host. Produced by Peter Cutler. ©FolkScene. It is cool to share FolkScene recordings with your friends, but the reproduction of our programs for commercial purposes is illegal. FolkScene airs on Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.(PDT) at KPFK 90.7 Los Angeles and online. at www.kpfk.org

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Friday Roundtable

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 57:51


Today on Sojourner Truth our Friday Panel guests: historian Dr. Gerald Horne, journalist Laura Carlsen and LAUSD school board member Jackie Goldberg join us for the hour to discuss the G20 conference that just wrapped up and the role of the participating countries in the world contrasted with the Cop 27 conference on climate change where the wealthiest countries in the world made no real resolutions to address the climate crisis. We also discuss the midterm election winners and the impact these bicameral victories could have on the future of the House and Senate.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Global Justice Ecology Project Earth Minute: Th 11.17.2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 1:08


Today on Sojourner Truth we bring you our weekly Earth Minute in partnership with the Global Justice Ecology Project: You'll hear from Nnimmo Bassey, an award winning, storied environmentalist and Global Justice Ecology Project Board Member on his take on the United Nations Cop 27 conference.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: GJEP Earth Watch: Dr.Gibson

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 20:15


Today on Sojourner Truth we speak to Earth Watch guest Dr. Shannon Gibson, Associate Professor at USC, whose research and courses cover global environmental politics, global public health, social movements, social justice and community-based research. Her students are presently accessing Cop 27 conference workshops and content remotely through the Wrigley Institute. We discuss the sentiment her college age students face by engaging with a conference like Cop 27, where with the exception of protesters from around the globe, most international diplomats and participants negotiating do not represent their age range or urgency to take action to mitigate global warming, and what Dr. Gibson is doing to prepare these future leaders facing this climate crisis. This interview is part of the Earth Watch weekly segment on Sojourner Truth in partnership with the Global Justice Ecology Project.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Thursday November 17, 2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 59:00


Today on Sojourner Truth we continue our coverage of the Cop 27 conference with our guest Dr. Shannon Gibson, Associate Professor at USC, whose research and courses cover global environmental politics, global public health, social movements, social justice and community-based research. Her students are accessing Cop 27 conference workshops and content remotely through the Wrigley Institute. We discuss the sentiment her college age students face by engaging with a conference like Cop 27, where with the exception of activists from around the globe, most international diplomats and participants negotiating do not represent their age range or urgency to take action to mitigate global warming, and what Dr. Gibson is doing to prepare these future leaders facing this climate crisis. We conclude with journalist and The Nation correspondent Tina Gerhardt who is covering Cop 27 and her take on what to expect in the last leg of Cop 27.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Wednesday November 16, 2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 56:47


Today on Sojourner Truth, Nana Gyamfi guest hosts. Nana is an attorney & Executive Director of Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI). Our first guest is co-founder of Black Voters Matter Fund, Cliff Albright who kicks off the show discussing some of the most contentious races in Georgia during the midterm, voter suppression and the conservative wave of votes cast by white women in Georgia. WNBA basketball superstar Britney Griner has been sentenced to a 9.5 year sentence in Russia for allegedly carrying cannabis cartridges in her luggage. Britney Griner is a recent example of a Black American being criminalized for a nonviolent crime, and while her case gained international awareness due to her celebrity as a pro star athlete, this is the reality for many Black Americans and immigrants criminalized for marijuana offenses impacting their daily experience, we contextualize the history of criminalization of cannabis in the U.S. and its continued iterations with executive director of the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild and attorney Sirine Shebaya. To conclude, we discuss French President Emmanuel Macron and U.S. Presidential envoy for climate John Kerry and their friendly treatment of Venezuelan President Maduro at the Cop 27 conference with José Luis Granados Ceja, journalist and political analyst and staff writer with Venezuela Analysis, who shares his take on why the West and its allies appear to be changing their narrative and treatment towards Venezuela, a country recognized for its extensive oil reserves.

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IMRU 221114

IMRU Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 59:51


IMRU RADIO 221114 (from 220725): A Personal Reflection Show = Straight To Vegas (Wenzel Jones) + The Magic of The Moon (David Parke Epstein) + Who's The Man? (Abby Dees) + Subway Dreamboat (Arnold Pomerance) + A Life (Arnold Pomerance) + Chasing Peter (Steve Pride) + Still Gay (Peter Dell) + Bucky The Lesbian Rabbit (Rita Gonzales) + A Sensitive Boy (Chris Coleman) + Over the Rainbow (Live: Dave Koz) [Hosted by: Michael Taylor Gray. Produced by: Steve Pride. Recorded at KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles.] --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/imruradio/message

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Friday November 11, 2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 56:57


Today on Sojourner Truth, our Friday round table panel is back with our panelists including: former member of the California State Assembly, and current LAUSD governing school board member Jackie Goldberg, international correspondent Laura Carlsen and historian Dr. Gerald Horne, we discuss the Brazil election and major changes in Israeli politics that place Israel the farthest to the right in its electoral history, we also discuss the U.S. midterm elections and the unexpected victories and losses. as well as the role in this historic midterm of Gen Z, the highest voting majority group than any other age group in the U.S.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Thursday November 10, 2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 57:19


The 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, more commonly referred to as Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC, or COP27, is the 27th United Nations Climate Change conference and is being held from 6 November until 18 November 2022 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. Today on Sojourner Truth journalist Tina Gerhardt, correspondent for The Nation Magazine covering Cop 27, joins us for the hour to discuss why debt and inequality will be key issues at COP 27 and the first week of COP27 including the speeches given by U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres and Mia Mottley, Prime Minister of Barbados, and CARICOM Chair. At COP 27, countries come together to take action towards achieving the world's collective climate goals as agreed under the Paris Agreement and the Convention. Building on the outcomes and momentum of COP 26 in Glasgow last year, nations are expected to demonstrate at COP 27 that they are in a new era of implementation by turning their commitments under The Paris Agreement into action. The conference will take place from 6-18 November 2022 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Heads of State and Government will attend the Sharm el-Sheikh Climate Implementation Summit on 7 and 8 November. A high-level segment primarily attended by Ministers will take place from 15-18 November.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Wednesday November 9, 2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 56:37


Sojourner Truth Radio continues our November 2022 election coverage. Today, we unpack polling results as they come in with our panelist roundtable including: Attorney and civil rights icon Barbara Arnwine, Progressive Democrats of America Executive Director Alan Minsky, Chicano Liberation and Environmental Justice artivist Bill Gallegos and London-based labor union artivist Sam Weinstein.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth: Tuesday November 8, 2022

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 59:29


Today is Election Day in the U.S. voters across the US will have their last opportunity to go to the polls and vote. It is a critical election that will determine which party Democrats or Republicans will control the House of Representatives as well as the Senate. Additionally, there are other key elections across the country including governors, mayors, judges and senators. Many are calling this election one of the most critical as it comes at a time that the country is polarized with the influence of Donald Trump strongly felt. This election will determine the direction of the country. Will it go in the direction of Italy, for example and shift further to the right, and if so what does that say about the state of civil rights, womens', lgbtq+rights, immigrants rights and ecological devastation? Today on Sojourner Truth we bring you a special on the significance and importance of voting, and the fight to defend the vote. You will hear the main speakers at a recent get out the vote webinar organized by the California Poor People's Campaign. Speakers include: Shannon Rivers who opens the webinar with a land acknowledgment, followed by attorney and voting rights icon Barbara Arwine who is with the Transformative Justice Coalition; the Reverend Liz Theoharis who is the joint coordinator of the Poor People's Campaign a national call for moral revival and the Kairos Center, Alan Minsky with Progressives for Democracy and long-time community organizer and co-found of Tia Chucha's Community Center in the San Fernando Valley Trini Rodriguez.

15 Minutes Ov Flame With Robert Phoenix
11-4-22 Friday FAR -- The JQ And Who's Who? With Dani Katz

15 Minutes Ov Flame With Robert Phoenix

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 149:02


A trained journalist, Dani has written extensively for print, radio and TV. With stints as wide an diverse, from TMZ to KPFK, to The LA Weekly to Reality Sandwich, Dani has been at the edges of the mainstream where her outsider, observational takes have garnered praise, even if those platforms ultimately couldn't support the level of integrity and truth in her work.The dauntless Aries rising often dares to go where other journalists fear to tread and this show was no different as Dani and I opened up about the JQ (Jewish Question), who's a Jew and who isn't.It's a rare conversation and I'm proud that we were able to talk about these things in a way that all media should aspire to.If you'd like to know more about Dani and her work, you can go here: http://www.danikatz.comHere YT channel is here: https://www.youtube.com/user/wordsrma...If you'd like to get some of the best CBD products for you, your family (and your pets) go to:http://www.truehempscience.com/ref/23Just use the code 15MINS when you check out to get free product when you spend $100 or more. $150 and more gets you free shipping.

IMRU Radio
IMRU 221107

IMRU Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 58:41


IMRU RADIO 221107: (from 211101): Intersex Awareness Day, 26 Oct, & Intersex Day of Solidarity, 8 Nov = Patti Spangler (Trucker Patti) + Body Was Made (Ezra Furman) + Outcasting (Dominic Luke Wolf) + TTV: Walk Between the Fences (Jesf Benedict). [Hosted by: Cary Harrison. Produced by: Steve Pride. Recorded for KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles.] --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/imruradio/message

Folkscene Radio Show
Loudon Wainwright III Interviewed on FolkScene. Recorded 8-25-22

Folkscene Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 49:59


FolkScene welcomes back Loudon Wainwright III to the program., who discusses his new album "Lifetime Achievement" and more. Hosted by Allen Larman. Produced by Peter Cutler. ©FolkScene. It is cool to share FolkScene recordings with your friends, but the reproduction of our programs for commercial purposes is illegal. FolkScene airs on Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.(PDT) at KPFK 90.7 Los Angeles and online. at www.kpfk.org

Folkscene Radio Show
Mary McCaslin and Jim Ringer interviewed on FolkScene.

Folkscene Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 50:41


Mary McCaslin sadly passed away on October 2nd at age 75 from progressive supranuclear palsy, a rare neurological disease similar to Parkinson's. In tribute to her, FolkScene dips back into the broadcast's archive and presents this 1976 show with Jim Ringer (who passed away in 1992) and her. This program is hosted by the late Howard Larman and engineered by Peter Cutler. ©FolkScene. It is cool to share FolkScene recordings with your friends, but the reproduction of our programs for commercial purposes is illegal. FolkScene airs on Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.(PDT) at KPFK 90.7 Los Angeles and online. at www.kpfk.org