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Leid Stories—Despite ‘Settlement,’ Water Woes Persist in Flint, Mich.; Fair and Impartial?: 60 Minutes Covers the Police Killing of Terence Crutcher—04.03.17

A federal judge last week approved settlement of a public-interest lawsuit that won a significant victory for the people of Flint, Mich. The judge’s decision binds the state and federal governments to replace the city’s 18,000 lead-coated and galvanized water service lines within three years.

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The Gary Null Show – 03.22.17

Today March 22nd 2017  NATIONAL AG DAY , Gary Null has a jam packed show for you! Gary kicks off the show with the latest in health and healing covering the topic of vitamins, foods, and how to become a better you! In the second half of the program Gary goes to some world issues commentaries by Professor Henry Grioux, Gary …

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The Vinyl Experience – 03.10.17

VE 324 3 10 17 801: Tomorrow Never Knows Alan Parsons Project: Some Other Time Yes: Wonderous Stories After The Fire: Starflight Alice In Chains: Heaven Beside You Ike & Tina Turner: River Deep Mountain High The Waterboys: Fisherman’s Song XTC Season Cycle Laura Mvula: Green Garden Scott Joploin: TheEasy Winners (New England Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble) Sheklby Lynne: I Only …

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Economic Update – “Economic/social costs of Prisons” – 01.15.17

“Updates on people forming coops in Detroit and Fridley, Minn; VW’s guilty plea and Cuomo’s fake numbers; real reason for repeal of Obamacare; highest paid execs in US. Interview with Dr. Kimberly Westcott on the history, economics, and social costs of the US prison system.”

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Solartopia Green Power and Wellness Hour – 12.29.16

JILL STEIN of the Green Party presidential and recount campaigns joins HARVEY W and BOB FITRAKIS to talk about how the 2016 election was stolen and what to do about it. Don’t miss this exclusive discussion.

We’re then joined by election protection activist LORI GRACE to plot a new future in the coming age.

This is an hour to remember through the challenging times to come.

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INSIGHT – JAZZ ICONS TO JAM FOR DISABILITY PRIDE BENEFIT AND SO LONG ‘16’ – 12.29.16

It was a privilege to have Mike Le Donne, renowned Jazz Pianist and Founder/Pres/CEO Disability Pride NYC (501C3 non-profit organization), on the show to discuss the impetus on forming Disability Pride NYC and how vital theirNYC Disability Pride Parade is in eradicating serotypes, bridging communities and creating a platform for performers and attendees with disabilities to experience inclusion and big time fun!

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Zenobia Jeffries – It Was a Blighted City Block. But This Woman Is Turning It Into a Solar-Powered Ecovillage

Shamayim Harris ran three times for city council in her hometown of Highland Park, Michigan. Each time the voters rejected her. “They didn’t want me,” she says, with a smile. But that didn’t stop her from fulfilling her plans to give Highland Park residents new opportunities, starting with her own block on Avalon Street. The city of Highland Park is …