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I love this country but it has many problems. We need to voice our views and work to fix our country. Call for change is a radio shoe that is here to let the people know about the problems in our country tht are bringing us down. We will be looking at injustice in the justice systm including corruption and brutality. We will be looking at the education system, war, poverty and other problems. Feel free to call in. Maybe together we can make a difference.

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I am going to talk about the problems of getting old and how to solve them (I Think)

The US government, its greedy leaders and rich folks are F***ing up the world.

Strong Language Advisory: Angryindian Radyo presents thoughts by UN observer Richard Falk; a plea for Aboriginal human rights in Papua from Benny Wenda; Indigenist rebel music from AKRockefella; a British MP speaks out for justice in... more

Our weekly roundtable is back! Who is next on the Wikileaks list? And why are those who say they stand for free speech working overtime to shut down Wikileaks and criminalize those involved in releasing the documents? What are... more

The Ugly Truth Podcast Nov 30, 2010 - Jeff Gates of www.criminalstate.com joins the program to discuss the latest wikileaks controversy as an Israeli intelligence operation aimed at getting the US involved in war with Iran... more

30-minute weekly radio program for November 30, 2010. The poor, the working class, and at last (surprise!) the middle class have all been shafted by the "liberal" mainstream institutions that once--at least to an extent--looked out for their... more

Mohamed Osman Mohamud's parents knew their son was trouble, that's why they alerted authorities which lead to an FBI sting that caught Mohamud in the act. The Muslims of Portland immediately condemned this man as well, they had their... more

Sam, The Shaolin B-Boy investigates whether or not it is illegal to video tape police officers while on duty. Based out of Oakland CA, this story touches on issues inspired by the case of Oscar Grant, an unarmed man shot in the back... more

Episode features journalists Chris Tomlinson and Robert Jensen in an Austin Indymedia forum about the issues raised by the Afghan War Diary, the WikiLeaks release of internal US documents on the war in Afghanistan. They spoke at... more

Ward Churchill discusses the history of colonialism in the Americas and presents his analysis on how we can best understand the mechanics of Aboriginal subjugation in order to effectively counter the process. Ward Churchill is a well... more
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