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Little Red School House
78 - Knoxville Innovation School - COVID safe schools

Little Red School House

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 81:51


If you're an educator and/or parent who's experiencing increased pressure to accept getting infected because everyone around you is saying that "COVID is unavoidable everyone will get it so stop being anxious there's nothing you can do". Please hear us out when we say you are not alone, and even if you are hearing these lies from loved ones, they are lies. We have reached out and interviewed 2 schools that prioritized community care over profits thus making all of their decisions centered around community care. Please enjoy our interview with the principal and co-founder of the Knoxville Innovation School, Jesse Trucks. https://knoxvilleinnovation.org/ ____________________________________________________________ Follow us on Twitter @LRedSchoolHouse. Email us at LittleRedSchoolHouse@protonmail.com Support us by becoming a member of the LRSH patreon page: patreon.com/LittleRedSchoolHouse. Solidarity!

Solidarity House Cooperative
Solidarity House Music & Art Series: Alex of the Greenhouse (8/7/22)

Solidarity House Cooperative

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 32:56


We kick off our new Solidarity Music & Art series by speaking with Alex Soveroski, owner of Laramie underground venue The Greenhouse, a key venue for the local music scene. We hope you enjoy the new series! 

Solidarity & More
Workers' Solidarity with Ukraine | Ideas for Freedom 2022

Solidarity & More

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 35:50


Activists from socialist organisation Sotsianiy Rukh in Ukraine and from the anti-war movement in Russia spoke at our Ideas for Freedom event this year, at a session on workers' solidarity with Ukraine. Comrades from Workers' Liberty who were part of an international labour movement and left solidarity delegation to Ukraine also reported back on their experience.

What's Left of Philosophy
45 | On Solidarity and Conflict with Nathan DuFord

What's Left of Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 68:34


In this episode we are joined by Nathan DuFord to discuss their new book Solidarity in Conflict: A Democratic Theory. We unpack why they believe solidarity ought to be theorized as a political concept rather than moral injunction. For DuFord, we risk missing that solidarity is what the oppressed do with one another and that the oppressed will have disagreements within their solidary groups if we undertheorize the political dimensions of solidarity. We go on to discuss the relationships between trust and conflict, whether groups formed in solidarity can last forever, and contemporary questions concerning conflict in left organizations. If you believe in solidarity you won't want to miss this episode!leftofphilosophy.com | @leftofphil References:Nathan DuFord [published under Rochelle DuFord], Solidarity in Conflict: A Democratic Theory (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2022).Music:Vintage Memories by Schematist | schematist.bandcamp.com

The Final Straw Radio
Fighting Back Against Displacement In Greece

The Final Straw Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 75:59


This week, we spoke with Alex, an anarchist squatter in the Athenian neighborhood of Exarchia. They talk about repression by the New Democracy party, struggles against green washing wind turbines around rural Greece, the fires raging through the country, resistance to rape culture, fighting against the building of a metro station in Exarchia and the privatization of public spaces like Strefi Hill, police presence at Universities, anarcho-tourism and the hunger strike of anarchist prisoner Giannis Michialidas. Links: Learn more on the struggle for Strefi by visiting LofosStrefi.Noblogs.Org or finding them on Twitter (@LofosStrefi) or Facebook Protest from 2021 at Strefi Hill video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoikItwwFn4 From the attack in the feminist demo against attempt of rape. Very strong moment for us oppressed from patriarchy: https://youtu.be/kXKfV69_lGo Self organized carnival from strefi assembly, no metro in exarchia square assembly and self organized Navarinou park https://youtu.be/Q1XpyBttDdc 25th june International call for defending exarchia https://youtu.be/xYl6eNlfHLU New mural for Alexis Grigoropoulos https://youtu.be/9vr6uHgO-7g Announcements Week of Solidarity August 23-30th is the International Week of Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners. The site https://Solidarity.International has suggestions of ways to get involved, a poster for this year, and place to contact to announce or share your action or event. Reject Raytheon, WNC On Earth Day 2022, affiliates of Reject Raytheon AVL performed a rally, march and direct action at the Bent Creek River Park to block traffic and protest the building of a factory by Pratt & Whitney, a subsidiary of aerospace war drone and fighter plan component manufacturer, Raytheon. You can support folks as they attend court at 9am on August 31st the Buncombe County courthouse, room 1A for trespassing charges. And you can learn more about the struggle to push back the murder machine manufacturer Raytheon locally at RejectRaytheonAVL.com Firestorm Fundraiser If you haven't heard, our friends and sponsor Firestorm Books has purchased a building and will be moving down at 1022 Haywood Rd to the former site of Dr. Dave's Automotive, near the Odditorium over the next year. They plan to donate the land to the Asheville Community Land Trust to be held in protection for perpetuity, but are fundraising now to pay for remediation and renovation of the space. You can support their efforts and help make this new space a reality by visiting their GiveButter page linked in our show notes for this episode. TFSR Patreon I'll keep this short and sweet. A big shout out to the folks who've donated or joined our patreon recently. We're still not at the level where our recurring donations will cover the monthly cost of our printing, mailing, web hosting and transcriptions (about $600 per month would do that) let alone saving up to help us cover future travels to gather interviews, but we're moving that direction. To entice you, we've changed up our patreon to feature a new $3/mo level, and are offering occasional online patreon content to that and other levels including early releases, behind the scenes chats, updates and other things. If you can throw us some dough, we'd be much obliged. You can find more about the patreon at patreon.com/tfsr and learn other ways to support us at tfsr.wtf/support ! . ... . .. Featured Track: Αυτό Το Σύστημα [Διάβρωση Cover] by Γεμάτος Αράχνες, ρε Φίλε! from their 2021 split with Βελζεβούλ Τα μη χειρότερα

Politics Central
Professor Al Gillespie: It's a show of solidarity, but this isn't the time to do it

Politics Central

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 5:10


Waikato University Law Professor Al Gillespie joined the Weekend Collective to give his thoughts on Nancy Pelosi's controversial visit to Taiwan and what the fallout out could be. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Backchat
WILL PUBLIC TRANSPORT EVER GO BACK TO NORMAL? // YOUTH DISPLACED FROM CLIMATE CHANGE // BREAKDOWN OF SRI LANKA'S CURRENT POLITICAL & ECONOMIC CRISIS

Backchat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 23:10


(Aired 16/07/22) This week on Backchat, we kick off the show digging into why trains and buses in NSW might nevber be as busy as they were pre-pandemic. With statistics showing sigificant drops in the usage of trains, buses and trams - we'll be chatting about what this means in the NSW Transport sector.  Next, with the effects of climate change being felt like never before in Australia with floods, bushfires and hottest summers on record - Backchat sits down with Usha Makkena from the Australian Youth Climate Coalition to hear stories of young people in Australia being displaced due to climate change. Backchat producer Jostina Basta lastly spoke to Ajith Rajapaksa, representative for Voice for Democracy in Sri Lanka & co-organiser for the Aus-Lanka People's Solidarity protests in Australia to break down what led to the recent mass protests & protestors storming into the President's residence. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Polyrical
OneHundredFifty (Grift Sandwich)

Polyrical

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 188:01


P150 - OneHundredFifty (Grift Sandwich) Powerless | Jesse Jett : The Grift . Thank God for Abortion Anthem | Thank God for Abortion : . GDP | Bob Vylan : Bob Vylan Presents The Price Of Life . Limited Worldview | Pink Williams : Country Songs For a Broken Country . Safe | Crys Matthews : Changemakers . My American Heart (Benediction) | LILLI LEWIS @folkrockdiva : Americana . War | Sinéad O'Connor : Throw Down Your Arms . Back Down (feat. Cris Acosta) | Arrested Development : Don't Fight Your Demons . Which Side Are You On? | Bev Grant : We Were There!: Songs of Women's Labor History . I'm Gonna Use My Hands | Tom Smith : Planting in a Drought . absence of color feat. Hezekiah | Mystic : Beautiful Resistance . Plot of Land | Adeem the Artist : Home Recordings Vol. 1 . Scraps | Matt Hill : Return of the Idle Drones . Stranger On the Tube | Jess Silk : Blitz Spirit . Don't kill people | Andy Paine : I liked his old stuff . Land Grab | Femi Kuti : Legacy +: Stop The Hate . New Growth | Petra Glynt : My Flag is a Burning Rag of Love . Let Em Go | Supaman : Medicine Bundle . The Starving Millions | The Guillotines : Etiqutte of the Unjust and Righteous . Twofifteen | Black Thought : Streams of Thought Vol.1 - EP . Residential School | Chris Pierce : American Silence . England's So Ugly | Dan O'Farrell : Your Facebook Feed Is Not the World . Indigenous Sovereignty | Divide and Dissolve : ABOMINATION . Whatever You Say, Say Nothing | Anne Feeney : Dump the Bosses Off Your Back . Goddess Gang | Sa-Roc : . Whistleblowers' Blues | Dave Lippman : You Don't Own the World . Jack Shit | Efa Supertramp : Rhyddid Yw y Freuddwyd . Major General Despair | Crass : Christ - The Album . #MeToo | Brittney Chantele : The Golden Opportunity . Talkin' RNC Blues [explicit] | My Politic : Short-Sighted People In Power: A Home Recording . We Created Putin | Jello Biafra & The Guantanamo School of Medicine : Tea Party Revenge Porn . What's Peace | Jasiri X : American History X . Famine in the Land of Plenty | Robb Johnson : The Forgotten Songs . Break the Grip of Shame | Paris : The Devil Made Me Do It (Remastered / Bonus Tracks) . Still We Rise ft Faisal Salah | Shay D : HUMAN WRITES . A Different Christianity | Howard Zinn : Governments Lie . Shout for the Voiceless (ft. Maudlin Magpie) | Time : Newstalgia . The Cholera Well | The Levellers : Letters from the Underground (Special Edition) . History, Now | Mavis Staples : Livin' on a High Note . Coded Language | Saul Williams : Amethyst Rock Star . Paradise | John Prine : German Afternoons . Where's the Solidarity? | sole : No Gods No Master Gardeners . Is There Anybody Here | Disappear Fear : Get Your Phil . Neoliberalism Kills People | Lowkey : Soundtrack to the Struggle 2 . Failed State | David Rovics : Strangers & Friends . There Is Power in a Union | Street Dogs : Fading American Dream . PAR - Chapare Bolivia Self Governance | PeopleAreRevolting.com : People Are Revolting . Collaboration ≠ Appropriation ft. Tanya Tagaq | The Halluci Nation : One More Saturday Night . F.T.P. Society | Lil Guillotine : F.T.P. Society - Single . Obit | Jesse Jett : The Grift Home Companion #PoliticalMusic Polyrical.com movingtrainradio.com

High Codes
Session 211: Solidarity with the Congregation

High Codes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 85:40


We begin the episode discussing Soundman's former school (FAMU) recently being in the news and why the outrage needs to calm down, and whether or not our modern art gallery needs an update. (10:21) Deshaun Watson takes start flowing and we place the blame on someone you may not be thinking of. (20:44) MLB trade deadline has come and gone and our World Series predictions are up next. (23:12) The new Beyonce is out and that means we had to discuss the queen.(28:25) Bill Russell passes at 88, R.I.P. to a legend. It got us thinking, when is it too early to dissect their lives? (36:40) City of Point Gods documentary recently released and it got us thinking? Which city has the best hoopers? (46:51) How the Brooklyn pastor getting robbed has made me stand with the congregation. (52:18) Another week another monkeypox update - wash your hands !!. (57:29) why does Will smith keep apologizing to Chris rock? Not feeling it but we (1:02:16) Tyga apologized to the Mexicans and we are very confused about how this America thing works in 2022. (1:12:14) We end asking a riveting question about Should friends have leader groups? Presented by @Haziethoughts featuring @TheFrugalScribe @TheeGreatHim & @OmaticsZone Shot by @TubaBeSnappin Audio/video editing @OmaticsZone Intro Music ~ Sunrise in VA Beach by Jazz Ivory --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/high-codes/message

The John Perlman Show
Solidarity submits list of Eskom turn around agents

The John Perlman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 7:48


Guest: Morné Malan Head of Communications Solidarity See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RTÉ - News at One Podcast
China holds military drills as Pelosi pledges solidarity with Taiwan

RTÉ - News at One Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 7:26


We speak to the Vincent Ni, China Affairs Correspondent with the Guardian newspaper.

Catholic Chicago
FULLY ALIVE -- OFFICE OF HUMAN DIGNITY AND SOLIDARITY UPDATES

Catholic Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 60:34


On Today's Fully Alive Dawn welcomes two coworkers from the Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity to discuss the roles of their ministries. During the first half Mauro Pineda from Pastoral Migratoria shares the work of the Immigration Ministry Team and during the second half of the show, Dawn introduces her newest coworker, Danielle Bodette who manages the Catholic Campaign for Human Development(CCHD) as well as the Archdiocesan relationship to Catholic Relief Services (CRS).

Hudson Mohawk Magazine
HMM 08 - 02 - 22

Hudson Mohawk Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 60:01


Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin by heading to Cong. Paul Tonko's office where groups urged Pres. Biden to declare a climate emergency. Then, Dulcinia Diggs continues to talk with visiting RPI professor Caleb White about the true art of architecture. Later on, for background to Mark Dunlea's interview in our next episode with Mabel Leon about her recent trip to Cuba, we replay Mark's coverage of last year's Rally in Solidarity with Cuba, featuring remarks by Mabel Leon. After that, to support those who are missing a disappeared loved one, Cathy Silber interviews Skidmore College Social Work Professor Crystal Moore about the impact of ambiguous loss. Finally, we play a segment from our archives by producer Meghan Marohn, our beloved producer who has been missing for over four months now. We continue to keep the light on.

Liberation Audio
Afro-Asian solidarity: Building the multinational unity needed for liberation

Liberation Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 11:40


During the summer of 2020, tens of millions of people took to the streets to participate in the largest uprising in this country's history. From the smallest towns to the biggest cities, working people across races, genders and ages joined together to demand justice for all victims of police terror. The national spotlight was primarily on Black victims of police terror like George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade and many more. But the righteous anger did not only stem from Black people. The rebellion of Black people brought millions of working class people from every racial background in the streets, shaking the racist foundation of this country. And when a racist, sexist, anti-Asian massacre in Atlanta took the lives of 8 of our working-class siblings, it wasn't just Asian people in the streets. The crowds, standing shoulder to shoulder with each other in the face of racist hate were multinational. The solidarity demonstrated throughout the summer of 2020 and beyond remains an undeniably powerful force, that achieved concessions previously thought to be impossible. For many, the heated struggle in the streets demonstrated not only the possibility, but the necessity of solidarity in fighting for our liberation. For the ruling class — which benefits from keeping our class divided — that solidarity was a threat to the status quo. The ruling class has long attempted to thwart working-class solidarity by pitting racial groups against one another, a history that includes dividing Black and Asian people. Read the full article here: https://www.liberationschool.org/afro-asian-multi-national-unity/

The Red Nation Podcast
Solidarity is medicine w/ Samia Assed

The Red Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 83:13


Justine Teba joins Red Power Hour co-host Melanie Yazzie and guest Samia Assed to revisit The Red Nation's history and solidarity with Palestine. Watch the video edition on The Red Nation Podcast YouTube channel or watch this episode ad-free by signing up on Patreon for as little as $1 a month.   Support www.patreon.com/redmediapr  

Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee
Why do we think that the past is dead?

Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 68:44


We visit Milena Bonilla’s studio to hear about Rosa Luxemburg and granite wrapped in amaranth, the flower that resists. Milena’s research-based practice is currently invested in epistemological colonialism and the different ways it affects organisms, language and social structures. Her studio is in Amsterdam and her website is milenabonilla.info. “Why do we think that the past is dead? Because it’s very convenient to have it as a relic, to bring nostalgia, to bring ideological biases. It’s a sickness.” (Milena Bonilla) “One of the most mistreated words that i have seen lately in the world is solidarity. Solidarity comes from structures of understanding of how the world operates. It’s not charity - that is what I see spread all around here. And I talk about this with a lot of rage.” (Milena Bonilla) See an amaranth-wrapped stone on Milena’s website here. Photograpies of Milena's show at Galeria Municipal do Porto are available at here and at e-flux. - Hosted by Arif Kornweitz and Andrea González. Edit and post-production by Julius van Ijperen. Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee is an online radio platform for contemporary art. Our website is jajajaneeneeneee.com.

Explaining Ukraine
Solidarity during the war. Stories from Makariv and Motyzhyn | Ep. 129

Explaining Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 28:27


Olha Sukhenko, the village head of Motyzhyn, near Kyiv, was tortured and killed by Russian soldiers, together with her husband and her son. We went to Motyzhyn and talked to a local woman who closely knew her. Regardless the exact causes of the murder, it is clear that Olga Sukhenko has always showed a remarkable solidarity with her people. – We also went to Makariv and talked to a woman who left Volnovakha, Eastern Ukraine, now under the Russian occupation. In Makariv she met hospitality and solidarity. Hosts: Volodymyr Yermolenko, Ukrainian philosopher and journalist, chief editor of UkraineWorld.org, and Tetyana Ogarkova, Ukrainian scholar and journalist, in charge of international outreach at the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre. Support us on patreon.com/ukraineworld

-The Mix of BGM-
Speaking of Solidarity w/ Chiquita | Ep. 3

-The Mix of BGM-

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 32:15


July is BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month so Chiquita and I have joined forces to advocate, spread awareness, and discuss dealing with mental health. Chiquita is the host of Chronicles of a Virgo podcast which can be found on most podcasting platforms. Thank you so much for listening to this episode and for your support! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Open Door
Episode 240: Patrick Harris, outgoing Chair of the National Committee of the American Solidarity Party (July 27, 2022)

The Open Door

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 55:18


Welcome to The Open Door! This week (Wednesday, July 27th) we return to a discussion of the American Solidarity Party, our political home. We've been called “the Party that reads the encyclicals.” We surely strive to read the signs of the times. Already the 2022 elections are close at hand. Can 2024 be far behind? Joining us will be Patrick Harris. He's just finished his term as the Chair of our National Committee. Among the questions we'll ask are the following.1. Patrick, if we may, could you begin by telling us a bit about your background and your young family?2. Some say that the Party is top-heavy with academics. Is it a fair charge?3. Reviewing your experiences as Chair, what successes do you see? What challenges?4. How can the Party make new friends and influence elections?5. What do you make of the conundrum that the Party will never succeed unless it uses the methods of the major parties but if, by doing so, it succeeds then it will lose its soul?6. The Party is in the great tradition of Christian Democracy. Does it also have links with contemporary third parties abroad? What about England's Social Democrat Party?7. The Party is resolutely pro-life for the whole of life. But how can it make its distinctive economic policies better known and understood?8. What distinctive family friendly policies do you advocate?9. Do politics and theology mix?10. What books are you reading?

Work Stoppage
UNLOCKED - CAUSE: Organizing Amazon in North Carolina

Work Stoppage

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 49:22


In order to let as many folks as possible hear from the CAUSE workers fighting for a union at Amazon, we've decided to unlock our full interview with them!  We hope you enjoy the interview, and if you like the show please support us at patreon.com/workstoppage. Original Description: We were honored this week to be joined by Lance, an organizer with Carolina Amazonians United for Solidarity and Empowerment, CAUSE.  CAUSE has been working to organize workers at Amazon's RDU1 warehouse in Garner, North Carolina, just outside Raleigh, since the beginning of this year. We discuss the challenges and successes they've had building power with their coworkers, what tactics they've found effective, and which ones less so. We discuss how soaring inflation has blunted Amazon's argument that they pay a good wage, and how other folks thinking about organizing their workplace can get started.  Finally, we discuss how folks can support CAUSE in their fight to organize at Amazon. Support the workers at CAUSE by checking out their website and donating: https://amazoncause.com/ Join the discord: discord.gg/tDvmNzX Follow the pod @WorkStoppagePod on Twitter, John @facebookvillain, and Lina @solidaritybee

Getting to the Root of it with Venus Roots
Who Is Wellness For? With Fariha Róisín

Getting to the Root of it with Venus Roots

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 60:06


In this episode, Niki interviews Fariha Róisín, author of Who Is Wellness For? In the conversation, the two discuss the role of dignity in affirming one's healing in the face of trauma, colonialism, capitalism, and other systems of oppression. They also unpack the relationship between spiritual warfare, commodification of wellness, and the corporate industries that intentionally invisibilize the violence behind popular wellness trends and practices. Audio disclaimer: I encourage you to listen on your laptop or car, as there is a bit of background noise coming from Fariha's audio. Otherwise, enjoy this tender conversation. Music by Magic City Hippies★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee - July 26, 2022

First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 22:07


ROGUE'S POSSESSION is out today!! Otherwise I'm talking about worldbuilding from a character-driven perspective and being aware as an author of what readers want for your characters.  Buy ROGUE'S PAWN here! (https://jeffekennedy.com/rogue-s-pawn) and ROGUE'S POSSESSION here! (https://jeffekennedy.com/rogue-s-possession) Preorde ROGUE'S PARADISE here (https://jeffekennedy.com/rogue-s-paradise)Buy THE STORM PRINCESS AND THE RAVEN KING here!! (https://jeffekennedy.com/the-storm-princess-and-the-raven-king). The Heirs of Magic series is here (https://jeffekennedy.com/series/heirs-of-magic).The audiobook of GREY MAGIC is here (https://www.audible.com/pd/Grey-Magic-Audiobook/B09Z77GHDL?source_code=AUDFPWS0223189MWT-BK-ACX0-307001&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_307001_rh_us), BRIGHT FAMILIAR is here (https://www.audible.com/pd/Bright-Familiar-Audiobook/B09WSGFLXW?source_code=AUDFPWS0223189MWT-BK-ACX0-303113&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_303113_rh_us) and DARK WIZARD is here (https://www.audible.com/pd/Dark-Wizard-Audiobook/B09QQRHTYZ?source_code=AUDFPWS0223189MWT-BK-ACX0-294201&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_294201_rh_us).The Sorcerous Moons series - now in KU! - is available here (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09YVVB82N).If you want to support me and the podcast, click on the little heart or follow this link (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/jeffekennedy).You can watch this podcast on YouTube here https://youtu.be/f9lGSAL8tZASign up for my newsletter here! (https://landing.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/r2y4b9)Support the show

Rebel News +
DAILY | Canadian solidarity protests with Dutch farmers; Pope Francis comes to Canada

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 66:42


Quebec and Alberta join together, as Alexa Lavoie and Syd Fizzard start the week off looking at the solidarity protests held by Canadians across the country in support of Dutch farmers and Pope Francis makes his historic arrival in Canada.

Work Stoppage
PREVIEW - CAUSE: Organizing Amazon in North Carolina

Work Stoppage

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 15:20


If you're not a patron you can get the full episode by visiting patreon.com/workstoppage and support us with $5 a month. We were honored this week to be joined by Lance, an organizer with Carolina Amazonians United for Solidarity and Empowerment, CAUSE.  CAUSE has been working to organize workers at Amazon's RDU1 warehouse in Garner, North Carolina, just outside Raleigh, since the beginning of this year. We discuss the challenges and successes they've had building power with their coworkers, what tactics they've found effective, and which ones less so. We discuss how soaring inflation has blunted Amazon's argument that they pay a good wage, and how other folks thinking about organizing their workplace can get started.  Finally, we discuss how folks can support CAUSE in their fight to organize at Amazon. Support the workers at CAUSE by checking out their website and donating: https://amazoncause.com/ Join the discord: discord.gg/tDvmNzX Follow the pod @WorkStoppagePod on Twitter, John @facebookvillain, and Lina @solidaritybee

East Coast Radio Newswatch
ECR Newswatch @ 12H00

East Coast Radio Newswatch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 3:00


The Department of Public Enterprises has denied claims that Minister Pravin Gordhan approached trade union Solidarity for help to fix the skills crisis at Eskom.

East Coast Radio Newswatch
ECR Newswatch @ 15H00

East Coast Radio Newswatch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 2:43


Trade union Solidarity says should Eskom be granted a 32.7% tariff increase, it will not hesitate to approach the courts to challenge it.

Arabisk Talkshow, Talkshow بالعربي
عبدالله مرعي أفضل مؤثر لهذا العام

Arabisk Talkshow, Talkshow بالعربي

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 22:10


" ". .            FN       .    .          .   .SVENSK TEXTMiri blev årets influenser och Maha berättar om personlig assistansAbdulla Miri vann priset som årets influenser under International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People. Du möter honom och Maha Al-Jafie som berättar om det svenska assistanssystemetAbdulla Miri jobbar intensivt för att lyfta invandrare via sin grupper på sociala medier. Han är också aktiv i FN-föreningen och satsar nu på att bli politiker och komma in i riksdagen efter nästa valMaha Al-Jafie är fortfarande jätteglad över att hon nu, för bara en månad sedan, fått permanent uppehållstillstånd i Sverige. Hon är från Jemen och har studerade psykologi i Saudiarabien. Nu jobbar hon på ett assistansbolag som hjälper människor

Highlands Bunker
E196 - That's Solidarity (w/Shané Darby)

Highlands Bunker

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 52:21


Councilwoman Shané Darby joins Rob in the bunker to talk about why she's primarying Rep. Nnamdi Chukwuocha and what she wants to accomplish once she's in the State House.Show Notes:Shané's siteDonate to ShanéShané's story in the News JournalNnamdi Town Hall

SikhArchive
The History of Migrant Incarceration in USA with Professor Jessica Ordaz

SikhArchive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 44:30


Hi, I'm Sukhraj Singh from Sikh Archive and welcome to the 49th episode of our Podcast series of conversations with historians, authors, academics, researchers and activists on topics related to their areas of expertise on Sikh or Panjabi history.In this episode, we are joined by Jessica Ordaz, who is a professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder. She is the author of the book, The Shadow of El Centro: A History of Migrant Incarceration and Solidarity, which fascinated me to host this conversation for two reasons. First, Akaal Security, a Sikh private security company, administered this detention facility in El Centro for a long time and it came to my attention a couple of years ago when the ICE stories were going viral. Secondly, in 2019, a six-year-old girl from Punjab, Gurpreet Kaur, died of a heat stroke in the Arizona desert on the US-Mexico border after her mother went in search of water during a border crossing. This episode is dedicated to Gurpreet Kaur and her family.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Wake Up Tucson
Hour 1 How is rampant crime affecting Tucson retail?...Chris Faddis with Solidarity Healthshare

Wake Up Tucson

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 36:44


Crime at retail business across the area is leading to all sorts of responses: closed dining areas, anti theft tags, higher prices for consumers...when will the city actually respond? Chris Faddis, co-founder of Solidarity Healthshare joins Chris to talk about how Solidarity works and how they can help you and your family manage your health care costs. For simple and affordable healthcare for you and your family, visit solidarityhealthshare.org

Mother Country Radicals
Chapter 9: Revolutionary Suicide

Mother Country Radicals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 49:00 Very Popular


Former members of the Weather Underground and the Black Liberation Army carry out one last action together, with deadly consequences that reverberate across generations.  For more of the story, check out:  Assata Shakur, Assata: An Autobiography (1987) Dhoruba bin Wahad, Assata Shakur & Mumia Abu-Jamal, Still Black, Still Strong (1993) Dan Berger, Outlaws of America: the Weather Underground and the Politics of Solidarity (2005) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Daily Friend Show
Gordhan: Solidarity please help!

The Daily Friend Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 31:28


Today's Daily Friend Show with Sholan Booysen, Nicholas Lorimer and Hermann Pretorius. They discuss an offer by Trade Union Solidarity to Pravin Gordhan to provide desperately needed skills for Eskom. They also chat about the Black industrialist programme and Hermann does a quick overview of the UK's next possible PMs. Subscribe on Spotify · Subscribe on Google Podcasts · Subscribe on Apple Podcasts

Jews Talk Racial Justice with April and Tracie
Ep 98: Yes, and…it's complicated: A TikTok Conversation Starter

Jews Talk Racial Justice with April and Tracie

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 29:33


In a return to the studio, April and Tracie use a TikTok video as a jumping off point for a conversation about Jewishness and whiteness, solidarity, the effects of trauma, and the ways that all of these change and shift over time. We've extended the registration deadline (and the listener discount!) for BOTH of our summer offerings (Grounded & Growing and Shift Your Life in 60 Days)! Use the code JTRJ22 at checkout. Registration closes this Friday July 22nd!.Email us at hello@joyousjustice.com if you have any questions or need more customization on the payment plan.Interested but registration for this cohort has closed? Fill out this form and check the box “I want to cultivate a trauma-informed Jewish social justice practice with Grounded & Growing”: https://joyousjustice.com/interest-formSign up for our second cohort of “Grounded & Growing,” our intensive for cultivating a trauma-informed Jewish social justice practice: https://joyous-justice.mykajabi.com/grounded-and-growingRegister for Shift Your Life in 60 Days: https://joyous-justice.mykajabi.com/shiftFind April's TikTok videos here: https://www.tiktok.com/@aprilavivabaskin Follow us on Instagram (@joyous.justice), Twitter, (@JoyousJustice), or Facebook (www.facebook.com/joyousjustice365)Find April and Tracie's full bios and submit topic suggestions for the show at www.JewsTalkRacialJustice.comLearn more about Joyous Justice and join our mailing list: https://joyousjustice.com/Support the work our Jewish Black & Cherokee woman-led vision for collective liberation here: https://joyousjustice.com/support-our-workDiscussion and reflection questions:What in this episode is new for you? What have you learned and how does it land?What is resonating? What is sticking with you and why?What feels hard? What is challenging or on the edge for you?What feelings and sensations are arising and where in your body do you feel them?

East Coast Breakfast with Darren Maule
Pravin Gordhan finally accepts Solidarity's offer to help at Eskom

East Coast Breakfast with Darren Maule

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 4:29


Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan has asked Trade Union Solidarity to provide a list of people with the necessary technical skills to help the government address the skills crisis at Eskom. So, Darren, Keri and Sky have decided to investigate this information and called Morné Malan, the Head Of Communications at Trade Union Solidarity! #DarrenKeriSkyOnECR

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
Gordhan sends SOS to trade union Solidarity, accepts offer to help Eskom with critical skills

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 8:07


Guest: Dirk Hermann | Deputy General Secretary of Trade Union SolidaritySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Solidarity Is This
An Introduction to Solidarity Economies

Solidarity Is This

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 25:13


In this conversation host Deepa Iyer and Julia Ho (Solidarity Economy St. Louis) and Dr. Jessica Gordon Nembhard (author of Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice), we explore the solidarity economies.

Solidarity Is This
An Introduction to Solidarity Economies

Solidarity Is This

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 25:13


In this conversation host Deepa Iyer and Julia Ho (Solidarity Economy St. Louis) and Dr. Jessica Gordon Nembhard (author of Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice), we explore the solidarity economies.

Empathy Media Lab
Mexico and U.S. Labor Solidarity Lessons Learned with Robin Alexander

Empathy Media Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 54:39


“In spite of all of the horrible things that are happening in the world today, I think that on the labor front, both in the United States and Mexico, these are really exciting times.” Robin Alexander, Retired UE Director of International Affairs This new e-book by retired UE Director of International Affairs Robin Alexander tells the story of the partnership between the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE) and the Mexican Frente Auténtico del Trabajo (FAT), a story that is a testimony to the power of rank-and-file solidarity. Download the book at: https://www.internationalsolidarityinaction.org/ About the Labor Solidarity Podcast The Labor Solidarity Podcast highlights the work of labor leaders while discussing historic struggles and the importance of organizing with the goal of building international labor solidarity. Learn more at: https://www.empathymedialab.com/laborsolidarity The Labor Solidarity Podcast is an Empathy Media Lab production and we are a proud member of The Labor Radio Podcast Network. All links: https://wlo.link/@empathymedialab  #LaborRadioPod #1U #UnionStrong

Groundings
The Decolonial Feminist Collective

Groundings

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 63:49


In this conversation from March 2022,  reproductive justice practitioner, organizer, researcher, and educator Jalessah Jackson speaks about decolonial feminism, a framework that forges material feminist solidarities through an examination of the relationship between gender and colonialism. We discuss the origins of this intellectual and organizing framework, its relationship to bourgeois and carceral feminisms, material international solidarity work, and the role of scholar-activism. Get into it! Check out the decolonial feminist collective at instagram.com/decolonialfeministcollective / The music you hear was produced by the homie JayOhAye , support them at www.jayohaye.com / Support Groundings on Patreon at patreon.com/Halfatlanta / Support ARC-Southeast at arc-southeast.org/ / 

The Word Is Resistance
TWIR 7.17.22 #DisabilityJustice: Mary's Spoons, Martha's Scarcity, and Jesus' Solidarity

The Word Is Resistance

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 20:51


What if sitting and listening is what Mary had spoons for? As we continue our series at the intersections of Racial Justice and Disability Justice, Sharon Fennema explores the connections between racialized capitalism and the ways of being in the world that are afforded value and acceptance in the story of Mary, Martha and Jesus in Luke 10. Check out "The Divine - dreams of disabled gods" online exhibit by Samir Knego as part of this week's call to action too: https://samirknego.wixsite.com/here/the-divine Transcript available here: surj.org/our-work/surj-faith/twir/

The Bonus Points
World of Warcraft with Solidarity

The Bonus Points

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 85:12


In the Bonus Points Podcast, Joe, Oli and special guest  @Solidarity  (AKA Jimmy) discuss World of Warcraft in-depth then debate where it should go on THE LIST. Jimmys YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/SolidarityGaming Jimmys Twitter - twitter.com/solidaritycouk Mad wired article about Corrupted Blood: https://www.wired.co.uk/article/world-of-warcraft-coronavirus-corrupted-blood Twitter - @thebonuspoints Instagram - @thebonuspoints Tiktok - @thebonuspointsyt THE LIST Disco Elysium Prey (2017) The Last of Us Doom (1993) Ooblets Mr Driller: Drill Land Undertale The Forgotten City Driver San Francisco Warcraft II Halo: Infinite Ratchet and Clank (2016) ZeroRanger Onimusha: Warlords Max Payne 3 Harry Potter (atCoS) Ty (tTT)

Community Voz
CV S9 Ep 1 Talkin' Bout a Revolution: Worker Solidarity and the Just Transition

Community Voz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 57:19


Hey! It's our first episode of Season 9! In this episode, Edgar Franks, Jill Mangaliman, and Liz Darrow talk about the Just Transition Framework and building solidarity with workers in rural communities.Many thanks to Rosa Martha Zárate Macías for providing the theme song for this season. Find more music from Rosa here.Songs in this episode:Calle 13 by LatinoaméricaMy Favorite Mutiny by The CoupTalkin' Bout a Revolution by Tracy ChapmanSupport the show

Nothing Never Happens
Structures of Solidarity: Undergraduate Student Workers Unite!

Nothing Never Happens

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 79:35


The common workplace issues of low pay, toxic environment, understaffing, corporate greed, wage theft, union busting, and high turnover also exist in institutions of higher education. Undergraduate students typically earn low wages at campus jobs. In this podcast we explore the concept that students are workers, due just wages and benefits and voice. Beginning in 2016, undergraduate students at Grinnell College in Iowa have worked to form the first union of undergraduate student workers, the Union of Grinnell Student Dining Workers (UGSDW). Union leaders, senior Keir Hichens and sophomore Malcolm Galpern Levin, are with us to give us the history of the movement, along with details of their organizing strategies. The union's description is as “the only independent undergraduate labor union in the country, UGSDW fights for fair pay and benefits for workers at UGSDW.” Keir and Malcolm describe the context, the organizing process, the setbacks, the networks and coalitions, the victories, and the future expansion of the union. Students at Grinnell are discovering what collective power can do. As they work for transparency and accountability from their supervisors and the administration, they also address issues of food insecurity on campus. Keir and Malcolm provide insights on the value of undergraduate labor organizing to their own lives, to campus culture, and to the labor movement broadly.

treehugger podcast
The Rise of Ecological Restoration with Laura J Martin

treehugger podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 41:35


Laura J. Martin is a historian and ecologist who studies how people shape the habitats of other species. She is author of Wild by Design: The Rise of Ecological Restoration. One will also find articles of hers in journals such as Environmental History and Science as well as featured in the New York Times, The Atlantic, The Los Angeles Times. She is currently an environmental studies professor at Williams College and now with the publication of Wild by Design in the rearview mirror, Laura is not digging into a global history of hormonal herbicides.   Laura builds on scholarship that meets at the intersection of environmental history and science and technology studies. This blending of the sciences and the humanities s so essential. Wild by Design provides this crosswalk between various aspects of restoration. Laura J. Martin | historian and ecologist who studies how people shape the habitats of other species Wild by Design: The Rise of Ecological Restoration is available from your local bookseller | Indiebound | Amazon | Barnes & Noble “The Women Who Saved Wildflowers,” Sierra Magazine, June 2, 2022 "Earth Day is a Chance to Win the Messaging War Against Polluters," The Washington Post, April 23, 2022 “Is Humanity Doomed? That Depends On Us,” Los Angeles Times, 28 March 2022 The music for the show you heard from MK2, Astron and Noir Et Blanc Vie. It takes a community to keep a podcast going. Donate to the show @myadrick via Paypal and Venmo and CashApp Music on the show was from Twin Musicom, Bad Snacks, Text Me Records Tell a few friends about the show and follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter @treehuggerpod Review treehugger podcast on iTunes

Secret Keepers Club
Vabbing in solidarity

Secret Keepers Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 43:07


Carlys back this week! were chitting and chatting and FMK'ing!!! Visit https://www.Nutrafol.com and use promo code Secret.

PhDivas
S6E9 | Pandemic Pedagogy & Sailor Moon Solidarity w Dr. Cassie Osei

PhDivas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 31:47


Adversity and the power of friendship! In the second half of the interview, PhDiva Xine talks with historian Cassie Osei about pedagogy during the pandemic and life lessons from Sailor Moon. Do you watch anime? How does it affect how you engage in the world? For show notes see our blogpost: https://phdivaspodcast.wordpress.com/2022/07/11/s6e9-pandemic-pedagogy-sailor-moon-solidarity-w-dr-cassie-osei/ Support PhDivas on Patreon: www.patreon.com/phdivaspodcast Dr. Cassie Osei (she/hers) is a historian of Latin America and African diaspora. She earned her PhD in History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2022. She specializes in modern Brazilian history through the lens of race, class, and gender. Dr. Osei was a 2019 – 2020 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad fellow in São Paulo, Brazil. Beginning August 2022, she will be an Assistant Professor of History at Bucknell University. Where to find Cassie: Grad profile: history.illinois.edu/directory/profile/cosei2 Twitter: @tropigalia IG: @brasilianista Blog: tropigalia.net

Finding Harmony Podcast
Solidarity with Basia Lipska Larsen

Finding Harmony Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 111:55


Our guest today is a dear friend. She is so delightfully effervescent and youthful in her attitude that she could've been sprouted out into the world like an Athena parading out of Zeus's skull! Basia Lipska Larsen is a passionately cheerful person, so much so that one cannot help but smile in her presence. When we know someone as well as we do Basia, our conversation becomes much more casual. You'll hear Russell teasing Basia recklessly as he does, and getting a few verbal pokes back as well. The charm for us occurs when we dive into questions that we would have never think to ask in person if we were just hanging out at the chai stall, or having lunch at a cafe in Mysore, India. Where we're more likely to be caught gossiping about who got what posture that day or who was caught riding on who's scooter (the most glaring tell in all Mysore). We spoke to Basia about her childhood in Canada, and her own child currently growing up in Thailand; the difficulties of developing a yoga practice alongside motherhood and what shape this takes. Russell tried very hard to talk about his Polish ex-girlfriend (which was loudly and quickly shouted down! LOL). All in all, we had such a fun time time talking to our old friend that we hope you enjoy sitting with us as well. Basia is an artist and respected yoga icon in Poland, Norway, and Japan who has been involved with creative yoga concepts, yoga training programs and wellness collaborations in the form of production, illustration, performance, art direction, styling, yoga sequencing, and authoring. As a certified yoga professional with over two decades of experience in her field, she has created and developed training programs and held numerous retreats and workshops. From 2015- 2020, as Yoga Product Manager and Master Trainer, she was involved in the development of HiYoga of SATS - the largest fitness chain in Scandinavia. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT BASIA INSTAGRAM I WEBSITE The Finding Harmony Podcast is hosted, edited and produced by Harmony Slater and co-hosted by Russell Case. A big heart of thanks to our friends, family, and students from around the world, who've generously supported this podcast through your comments, sharing, and financial donations. If you've enjoyed today's podcast, please consider supporting our future episodes by making a donation. Every little bit goes a long way and we are immensely grateful for any and all of your support. Make A Donation FIND OUT MORE ABOUT HARMONY and become an INNER CIRCLE MEMBER - harmonyslater.com Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review! ❤ Give us a 5★ rating! We love to read and respond to your comments - So drop us a note in the comments below and give us a shout out on IG! Opening and closing music compliments of my dear friend teaching Ashtanga yoga in Eindhoven, Nick Evans, with his band “dawnSong” from the album “for Morgan.” Listen to the entire album on Spotify - Click Here. To purchase your own copy - Click Here.

Diaspora United
Love and Solidarity to Barbra Banda

Diaspora United

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 93:46 Very Popular


HELLO GOOD PEOPLE! Courtney & André are back with a fresh new episode. A lot of soccering's just kicked off so we get into some quick NWSL-related shoutouts before moving to the CONCACAF W Championship. We review each round 1 matchup of group play and get into how very different USWNT vs. Haiti could have looked, our concerns with defensive cohesion (and personnel), which leads us to reflect on the greatness of Crystal Dunn. We also ask how many Yike™ should Mexico feel after losing to Jamaica, and we discuss the key lesson we hope Bev Priestman learned in Canada's 6-0 win over Trinidad & Tobago. Then we move on to stand in solidarity with Barbra Banda, Caster Semenya and all other athletes being targeted by the faux concern that's led to the policing of bodies in women's sports. We discuss the violation of CAF forcing every player to undergo "gender verification", plus how this all connects to archaic and patriarchal belief in a gender binary, misogyny, racism and transphobia. We stand in complete solidarity with Barbra, Caster and every athlete targeted. Please also listen, subscribe, rate and review – we appreciate y'all. ============= Links: Melchie Dumornay doing absolute WERK Estelle Johnson's first goal for Cameroon!! Darian Jenkins orchestrates a goal from start to finish Anti-Trans Athlete Rulings and Athlete Activism in the Wake of George Floyd - Burn It All Down Trans Women and Trans Girls in Women's Sports - Burn It All Down The Devastating Ripple Effect of Anti-trans Policies in Sport - Burn It All Down Caster Semenya and the Twisted Politics of Testosterone - Katelyn Burns ============= Follow Us: Twitter - @DiasporaUtdPod Instagram - diasporautdpod ============= Finally by Loxbeats https://soundcloud.com/loxbeats Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3. Free Download: http://bit.ly/FinallyLoxbeats Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/fGquX0Te1Yo

Current Affairs
Inside the Real World of Union Organizing

Current Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 46:06


Daisy Pitkin has been in the labor movement for two decades and is the author of the new book On the Line A Story of Class, Solidarity, and Two Women's Epic Fight to Build a Union, which tells the story of an effort to unionize an industrial laundry in Arizona. It's a moving account of the difficult grinding work of putting together a labor union under the most hostile imaginable conditions.In this episode, we discuss:The world of industrial laundries—hot, dangerous places hidden from public view, where workers toil in unhealthy conditions for unbelievably low payThe realities of union organizing: what it actually takes to make a campaign successfulThe difference between "top down" and "bottom up" organizing and why it mattersHow successful union fights change people's lives and give them a sense of their own powerHow the stories we tell about labor struggles often distort the truth and are too "individualistic" in their focusFinally, why moths feature heavily in Daisy's bookKim Kelly's Fight Like Hell, mentioned in the episode, can be purchased here. The book The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks is an excellent introduction to the real story of Rosa Parks. The story of the Uprising of 20,000 can be found here. 

American Conservative University
Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche PhD. Don't vaccinate your children with covid-vaccines! Ever! and The Next COVID Tsunami Coming Soon.

American Conservative University

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 43:06


Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche PhD. Don't vaccinate your children with covid-vaccines! Ever! and The Next COVID Tsunami Coming Soon.     Don't vaccinate your children with covid-vaccines! Ever! Voice for Science and Solidarity Published July 3, 2022 29,841 Views https://rumble.com/v1az8uc-dont-vaccinate-your-children-with-covid-vaccines-ever.html   Geert Vanden Bossche with Bright Light News in Bath England. Voice for Science and Solidarity   Published June 12, 2022  https://rumble.com/v186q77-geert-vanden-bossche-with-bright-light-news-in-bath.html Bright Light News interviewed Geert Vanden Bossche at the Better Way Conference   Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche website- https://www.voiceforscienceandsolidarity.org/