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Leid Stories—Winnie Madikizela Mandela Dies at 81: What Manner of Woman?—04.03.18

Download this episode (right click and save) Winnie Madikizela Mandela, who died yesterday afternoon at a hospital in Johannesburg after a long illness, will be honored with a state funeral on April 14, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced yesterday. The announcement touched off new waves of emotion over whether such an honor should be bestowed on the nation’s former first lady, a …

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Economic Update – Capitalism breeds inequality – 03.18.18

“Updates on how globalization worsened inequality, 1980-2016, workers strike YMCA, UK universities and Oklahoma schools, Quebec doctors reject pay increases, US warns Africa about China, huge Japanese coop movement. Interview Tim Faust on medical care and insurance in US today.   Download this episode (right click and save)

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Heart of Mind Radio – 03.17.18

Heart of Mind Radio, Saturday March 17, 2018 On today’s Heart Of Mind, Radio for the New Millennium host Kathryn Davis speaks with Dr. Jewel Pookrum, Chancellor of the J.E.W.E.L. University of Immortal Sciences and former Private Physician to Nelson Mandela. For decades, Dr. Pookrum, has been aiding and educating individuals to expand and heal their lives in areas of health, purpose, and consciousness. If you have been seeking your purpose, fearful …

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Moving Forward – 11.06.17

The mainstream media is claiming that Detroit is making a comeback. But questions remain, who is the city making a comeback for and who is paying the price for this comeback?  We are joined today by Abayomi Azikiwe to answer these pressing questions. Abayomi Azikiwe is the editor of the Pan-African News Wire, an electronic press agency that was founded …

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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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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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Brushes with the Mainstream

Last week I had two brushes with the mainstream of American culture and politics. The first was an appearance on a PBS television show, the Tavis Smiley show. As far as I can remember, this was only the second time I’ve been on a national TV program. The other time was in South Africa on a business program. On that …

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Anti-Vaccinators and their Brave Fight Since the Smallpox Vaccine

With the development of the very first vaccination of smallpox, brave anti-vaccinators fought against the dangerous, ill-advised practice of vaccinations. Those fighting against vaccines included the most intelligent and respected physicians of their time. [1] This fight has been steadfast and continuous, as anti-vaccinators fought against an unjust, dangerous medical procedure. Vaccinations have always only profited the vaccine makers, not …