Updates on Australian govt taxes big banks, big banks fund Dakota Access Pipeline, meaning of French elections, Trump/GOP want to end estate taxes, rising role of monopoly in US economy. Interview with Prof. Jessica Gordon Nembhard, historian of worker coops and African-American community, on “why worker coops.” Download this episode (right click and save)
Update on the chimps abandoned on a Liberian Island and negligence by the New York Blood Bank Center Kathleen Conlee is the Vice President of Animal Research Issues for the Humane Society of the United States in Washington, where she specializes in experimental activities carried out on animals in laboratories that result in pain and suffering. Her department makes efforts …
Headlines from all over the globe confirm catastrophes and conflicts are accelerating on every front. The drums of war are beating in Washington as the US military is being used to pressure a growing number of nations around the world toward possible conflict. What crimes connected to the military industrial complex is the corporate media trying to hide from public view? Weather whiplash continues to batter already struggling populations in countless regions. When will the environmental community finally face the most dire threat to the biosphere of all, climate engineering? A National Geographic Magazine article suggests nuclear war could fix our global warming problem, is that what the power structure is pushing for? The latest installment of Global Alert News is below.
Bernie Krauss is an American musician and soundscape ecologist. In 1968, he founded Wild Sanctuary, an organization dedicated to the recording and archiving of natural soundscapes. Krauss is an author, a bio-acoustician, a speaker, and natural sound artist. He helped define the field of study of soundscape ecology.
Today is April 11th 2017 and Gary Null has an insightful show for you! Gary starts off the program talking about the latest in health and healing. Gary sets time a side today to keep going on a in depth commentary on the issues going on with the United States of America and Syria. Gary wraps up the program with some audio clips on “Former ‘economic hitman’ John Perkins explains how the International Monetary Fund and Federal Reserve are responsible for global poverty and political corruption.” and ” Ex-Marine Goes Crazy, Blows Whistle On Syrian False Flag And Real Agenda”
“Eleanor LeCain talks about engaging young people and connecting them to nature and conservation careers with Angelou Ezeilo, Founder & CEO of the Greening Youth Foundation, dedicated to working with diverse, underserved and underrepresented young people to encourage them to become enthusiastic and responsible environmental stewards, nurturing a connection between young people and nature, and helping them find pathways to careers in conservation.”
Host Dave Lindorff updates the case of incarcerated black journalist and activist Mumia Abu-Jamal, who has been left untreated by Pennsylvania prison authorities for two years with a virulent case of active Hepatitis-C he contracted in prison, explaining that an Appellate Court just shot-down an effort by the Department of Corrections to delay giving him needed medicine indefinitely until the court could hear his case. Lindorff also talks about the need to move from fighting to defend Obamacare to fighting for Medicare for all. Also on the program, guest Chris Goldstein, communications director of Philadelphia NORML, talks about the federal government’s efforts to bar financial aid to college students busted for even minor drug offenses.
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.
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 New York City Police Department was forced to lighten up on stop and frisk. So, now the cops are staging huge raids on public housing, and charging hundreds of young people with criminal conspiracy; And, Mumia Abu Jamal remembers the people’s lawyer, Lynne Stewart.
Beatty talked about why second and third marriages are more likely to end up in divorce. She posed the question that despite this sad state of affairs, are people really serious about doing their relationship homework so that the will educate, empower and keep themselves safe.