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What Women Must Know – Women Healers of the World with Holly Bellebuono – 03.05.15

Author, motivational speaker, and award-winning herbalist Holly Bellebuono, MPA, CH, CPC, has been a certified and traditional herbalist since 1995. Bellebuono has supplied more than seventy original medicines to tens of thousands of customers in the alternative and organic body care market through her full-service formulary Vineyard Herbs Teas & Apothecary LLC. Her original formulas have won multiple awards at …

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It’s All About Food – Christopher Leonard, The Meat Racket: The Secret Takeover of America’s Food Business – 03.03.15

Christopher Leonard is the former national agribusiness reporter for the Associated Press. His work has appeared in Fortune, Slate, and The New York Times. He is a fellow with The New America Foundation, a nonpartisan public policy institute in Washington, DC. A graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, he lives outside Washington, DC. Download this episode (right click and save)

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iEat Green – Jonathan Bloom – 03.05.15

Jonathan Bloom is a journalist whose work has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Boston Globe. His book, American Wasteland, looks at how we waste food from farm to fork and examines the impact of our squandering. In his blog, Wasted Food, Jonathan writes about why we waste food, why it matters and what we can do about it. He lives with his wife and son in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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Black Agenda Radio – 03.02.15

Triumph for Internet Neutrality The Federal Communications Commission last week ruled that the Internet should be regulated like a public utility, with no fast or slow traffic lanes. “The Verizons and Comcasts of the world wanted to create a class system on the Internet,” said Kevin Zeese, of Popular Resistance. Far from opening the way for a government “takeover” of …

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Infectious Myth – Patricia Goodson on the Frontier of AIDS Dissent – 03.03.15

In September 2014 the journal “Frontiers in Public Health” published an article, “Questioning the HIV-AIDS Hypothesis: 30 Years of Dissent,” and a firestorm erupted. The very same day that the article came out, the author, Professor Patricia Goodson of Texas A&M University, was contacted by a vigorous defender of the HIV=AIDS dogma, and the journal launched an investigation.

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Leid Stories – 03.03.15

Toil and Trouble: Black Labor from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement (Part 4)

Our guest, Professor Charles L. Lumpkins, concludes his presentation on African American labor from the Civil War to the turn of the 21st century—covering the periods of chattel slavery, Reconstruction, the Gilded Age, and the Progressive Era.