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A Bowl of Soul – 09.01.17

A Bowl of Soul Broadcast – 09-01-2017 Wish – Soul II Soul – R&B – 1993 Dead or Alive – Ran Christian – R&B – 2017 This Is My Life – Robin Bramlett – Smooth Jazz/R&B – 2013 For You To Love –  feat. Oleta Adams-Terri Lyne Carrington – R&B – 2015 Give It A Chance – James Rouse – …

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Truth To Power – 08.04.17

Are AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome the New Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment? Charles Ortleb, the New York Native publisher who made his newspaper the paper of record on AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, explores the similarities between the racist politics and deceptions of AIDS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment. The author of the first book on the racist politics and science of …

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Black Agenda Radio – 07.17.17

Welcome, to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective. I’m Glen Ford, along with my co-host, Nellie Bailey. Coming up: The United States has always supported dictators in the Congo, but now Washington is acting like it wants the oust the guy it put in power; Mumia Abu Jamal says the tide is turning against barbaric …

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Expat Files – 07.07.17

  #1- Hitler, Lenin, Stalin, Mussolini- all infamous and despicable names from the past, right? Well not necessarily for citizens of South America. Those names and faces don’t always carry the negative images as we might expect. In fact some actually name their kids after these guys. Why? In part because Argentina’s Eva Peron and her husband Juan (presidents from 1946 …

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Leid Stories—Observing the 100th Anniversary of ‘America’s Pogrom’ in East St. Louis—06.28.17

Leid Stories discusses one of America’s deadliest race wars in modern times. It occurred in the City of East St. Louis 100 years ago and was race- and class-driven. Historian Charles Lumpkins, an expert on race and class conflict in East St. Louis, discusses how and why conflict became inevitable there. Human-rights activist, the Rev. Dr. Randy Short, discusses efforts …

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Expat Files – 06.09.17

#1- Top 10 mistakes green gringos and expats make when first arriving at their so-called “ideal”Latin American paradise. #2-Today some examples why you can’t believe half of what you read on the many Expat blogs and websites(except maybe on The Expat Files… just maybe). #3 EXPAT RULE #1-By the time the media and rags like International Living have announce the …

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It’s All About Food – Damien Mander, International Anti- Poaching Foundation – 05.09.17

Download this episode (right click and save) Damien Mander, International Anti- Poaching Foundation Damien has lived an extraordinary life for a 37 year old. At 19, as a garbage collector in Melbourne he joined the Australian Defence Force, graduating through one of the most arduous courses as a RAN clearance diver. With the ADF’s counterterrorism restructure following 9-11, Damien joined …

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The Infectious Myth – False Confessions with James Trainum – 05.02.17

David talks with James Trainum, a former Washington DC police detective about false confessions. Apart from studying them, he admits that once he obtained a false confession in a high profile case, so he understands just how easy it is for a policeman to fall into this trap. Apart from describing how false confessions can be obtained without any physical …

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Resistance Radio – Carrie Culp – 03.26.17

Carrie Culp is the founder and director of Painted Dog Research Trust USA. She fell in love with African painted dogs after reading about them in a book she found in her elementary school library. She is a FGASA certified Level 1 Field Guide (Safari Guide), trained in South Africa in Karongwe Game Reserve and enjoys sharing her passion for African wildlife on trips to Africa as well as at home in Seattle, WA. Today we talk about critically endangered African painted dogs.

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Economic Update – Capitalism and Democracy – 03.26.17

Updates on Puerto Rico, slave labor in the cocoa fields, worsening UK inequality, leaders imposing austerity on others, Canada’s Girl Guides among tourists to shun US. Major discussions: rising US wage inequality; connection and opposition between capitalism and democracy; key differences between capitalist and worker-coop enterprises.