This show, hosted by Clayton Morgareidge, raises questions about the impact of dams on native peoples in Canada; how to get automobiles out of our cities; Kathryn Stockett's novel The Help about black servants in Jackson, Missississippi in the '60s; is it too late to protect our privacy in a digital world; and Obama's fight with his generals over Afghanistan.
President Obama is caught between his base wanting withdrawal from Afghanistan, and his generals, wanting escalation, according to this article in Rolling Stone by Robert Dreyfus, excerpted and discussed here by Bill Resnick.
Anti-nuclear activists came together in Portland this weekend to strategize about local actions to call for nuclear abolition worldwide. Paige Knight with Hanford Watch gave an update about the cleanup of Washington state’s nuclear dumping ground:
Two young veterans of the Iraq war have decided to spread a message of peace and nonviolence. They’re in Portland tonight as part of a bike and walking tour called the Contagious Love Experiment. Stefan Kamp spoke with them earlier today.
Two young veterans of the Iraq war have decided to spread a message of peace and nonviolence. They’re in Portland tonight as part of a bike and walking tour called the Contagious Love Experiment. Stefan Kamp spoke with them earlier today. 3:28 minutes (3.17 MB)
David Barsamian spoke at a KBOO Benefit event on October 1st in Portland, in conjunction with the Econvergence. David Barsamian is the host of Alternative Radio, which airs every Tuesday at 9 am on KBOO. During this talk, Barsamian talks mainly about the situation in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and fields questions from the audience on this topic and about his own life.
Since 1997 Hand in Hand has been establishing integrated Jewish/Arab public schools in Israel. We speak with Lee Gordon about these bilingual schools, the effects of integrated education on the pupils, their families, and the neighborhoods where the schools have been founded.
Hosted by Tom Becker, this show deals with US military action in Afghanistan, the challenge to corporate-industrial society from climate change, and with putting people to death for crimes they did not commit. We hear haunting and apocalyptic music by Laibach from Slovenia.
For information about our theme music and our graphics, go to our main page. You can follow us on Twitter, and see us on Facebook.
To hear the whole show, use the play button below. To hear individual pieces and find more information, follow these links: