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Energy Stew – How can you measure soul development? – 02.16.18

Tricia McCannon is one of the deepest people I know. Her books are always major works of profound research and inspired thinking. Her new book, “The Angelic Origins of the Soul, Discovering Your Divine Purpose”, is a wonder-ful opportunity to know so much more about ourselves. In this third interview with her, she’ll talk about our souls and how they’ve …

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Resistance Radio – Guest: laura cunningham – 01.14.18

Laura Cunningham is an artist-naturalist, author, and biologist, who also co-founded a conservation organization, Basin and Range Watch that works towards saving the California and Nevada deserts. She is the author/illustrator of the extraordinary book A State of Change: Forgotten Landscapes of California. Download this episode (right click and save)

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The Working Life Podcast With Jonathan Tasini: PROGRESSIVES REACH FOR THE GOVERNOR’S MANSION, AND A HEARTLAND SEAT IN CONGRESS

I continue my on-going chats with solid progressive candidates all across the country. I chat with Abdul El-Sayed, who is vying in Michigan to be the first Muslim-American elected as governor in the history of the country. And from south-eastern Indiana, Dan Canon tells me why he jumped into a congressional race despite being, in his words, the most non-politician …

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TAMARA PEARSON – Mansions and Slums: the Inequality of Living Space

Australians have the biggest homes in the world. New free-standing homes are an average 245.3 sqm – three times bigger than UK homes, and 22 times bigger than the average Hong Kong home. For Australia, this space privilege shows up the all pervasive myth that the country has no room for refugees. But for the world, there’s a deeper story …

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Harriet Agerholm – Iranian girls ‘given eight lashings each because their parents could not pay school fees’

A group of schoolgirls in Iran have been flogged because their parents owed less than eight pounds in school fees, according to an opposition group in the country. Ten girls from the Mokhtarabad village in the country’s southern province of Kerman reportedly endured eight lashings each from their school principal after they failed to pay 300,000 riyals in fees. There …

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Nadia Prupis – New Report Finds People-Powered Energy Revolution is Very Possible

A people-powered energy revolution—an era in which people can produce their own electricity—is possible, and could happen soon, according to a new report released Monday by the environmental group Friends of the Earth Europe (FOEE). The report, The Potential of Energy Citizens in the European Union (pdf), finds that over half the residents of the E.U. could be generating their …

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Nadia Prupis – Despite ‘Cloak of Moral Necessity,’ Report Shows Big Ag Can’t Feed the World

Defenders of industrial farming often point to its capacity to produce food on a global scale as the trade-off for its environmentally destructive methods—but a new report finds that, even in its ostensible strengths, Big Ag falls all too short. The green research and advocacy organization Environmental Working Group (EWG) on Wednesday released a report titled Feeding The World: Think U.S. …