Listen to Peter Cohen, writer, anthropologist and activist offering a global and international systemic perspective on what is at stake in the U.S. Election. Peter talks with Alison Rose Levy about this primary season, this election, third parties and the fate of democracy and the earth. Show is live every Wednesday at 10 AM ET at: http://prn.fm and can be heard later in the Connect the Dots archives on the Progressive Radio Network.
Popular Resistance on the 2016 Election:
Listen to Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, activists and co-founders of Popular Resistance, organizers against the TPP and the Global trade trojan in conversation with Alison Rose Levy about this primary season, this election, third parties and the fate of democracy and the earth.
Dear President Obama:
Featuring journalist documentary film maker, Jon Bowermaster in conversation with Alison Rose Levy, discussing his new documentary (narrated and executive produced by Mark Ruffalo) about fracking and the need for committed leadership from our elected officials.
Listen to election monitoring experts, Lori Grace, of Trust the Vote, and Bob Fitrakis in conversation with Alison Rose Levy about the Democrat primaries and whether or not people can trust the vote.
The Revolving Door Between U.S. Trade Rep and Wall Street: Listen to Friend of the Earth’s Senior Trade Analyst, William Waren in conversation with Alison Rose Levy about why Obama’s so-called Legacy is a gift to Wall Street.
Friends of the Earth Calls for Indian Point Shutdown: Senior Strategic Advisor, Damon Moglen of Friends of the Earth in conversation with Alison Rose Levy, discussing FOE’s call for the shutdown of the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant north of New York City.
Revisiting Indian Point and the Gas Pipeline: Featuring environmentalist leader/organizers, Susan van Dolsen of SAPE 2016 and Nancy Vann of the Safe Energy Right Group in conversation with Alison Rose Levy, discussing the the escalating safety concerns at the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant north of New York City.
Listen to Arun Gupta, journalist, author, and founding editor of the Indypendent sharing his insightful and provocative analysis about the upcoming election with Alison Rose Levy. Second half of the show will feature Heidi Hutner, Director of the Sustainability Studies Program at Stonybook University discussing ecofeminism and how to take a stand both for feminism and the environment.
How the TPP Overrules Paris Climate Agreements and Escalates Climate Change: Listen to Friends of the Earth’s William Waren and Benjamin Schreiber in conversation with Alison Rose Levy about why environmentalists may be celebrating prematurely. If the current election cycle assures the passage of the TPP and other trade deals, climate chaos will ensue.
Millennial-Boomer Perspectives on the Democratic Campaign for the Presidency: Listen to Katie Halper, of the Katie Halper Radio Show. Halper, a comedian, writer, filmmaker and former history teacher based in New York — discusses this coming weeks’ New York Democratic Presidential primary