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A very special episode of ACR focused on the international workers' movement ... yesterday, today and tomorrow.
* History of May Day * Presentations from David: West Papua * Worker Solidarity - Today & Tomorrow
Threw you a curve ball there, didn't I?! Hah! We are celebrating International Jazz Day in a BIG way - playing songs from many of the artists who will be participating in this annual event. A project that not only brings together varying Jazz styles and influences - but one that promotes peace. Herbie Hancock's website states that Mehmet Munir Ertegun, the former Ambassador from Turkey, was the inspiration for the IJD to be held in Istanbul. A beautiful story, depicting the love of this late, great man - toward those in the Jazz community. A love that was felt by Mr. Ertegun's sons, who followed a career in music. Let's honor this wondrous day (April 30th) with all that we have :)
As well as the healing music of those who are coming together for this special day, we'll spend time with one of our favorite guests: Slim Man! You know the story by now: Papa Slim takes his five year-old son to see "The Five Pennies" with Danny Kaye and Louis Armstrong. Tiny Tim takes one listen to Louis and exclaims, "That's what EYE want to do!"
Trumpet at 10, self-taught on piano and guitar, bass in middle school - then two bands of note: Momma Max and Boot Camp - and somewhere along the line, Timmy became Slimmy. And the rest is Manicotti history!
Yes, there's PLENTY more to say - but why the heck do you think we're conducting this interview? Slim has to have SOMETHING to say! LOL! Indeed, his guest appearance at The Temecula Wine & Music Festival this coming weekend is a big deal - with Patrice Rushen, Gregg Karukas, and Brenda Russell. Then, he's returning from his new home in Nashville BACK home to Baltimore - for a fundraiser on behalf of the Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital. That will be at La Scala on May 14th. So much to discuss! Join us at two p.m. - music at ONE!
On this week's episode we go in depth about the topic of Women. "A Womans Worth". How are women in todays society? How were they in the past? What are their roles in todays role and in the past? What is the value of a woman? How has women become more powerful over time? Find out on this weeks show of "Moore To Life"
Also special interview with Adult Entertainer Lisa Sparks!!
Don't miss it!
Today I'll be celebrating International Workers Day on air with commentary and the following play list of programs:
Free Speech Radio News headlines after which I will be announcing the changes in our work week broadcast schedule, the latest links for live May First news coverage as it develops around the world and here in the U.S.
The latest Tax Justice Network's "Tax Cast" from Naomi Fowler.
A special May 1st broadcast of Smells Like Human Spirit podcast #66 with Dr. Michael Parenti on the "Make Believe Media."
The famously funny and sharp master at the mixing board Virtual Renderings will finish off the Download Zone - 3rd hour. VR is available free in full stereo at Radio4All(don)Net.
Appropriate music provided by the late Utah Phillips, David Rovics, Billy Bragg, Dick Gaughan and others.
Have a great International Workers Day!
We're celebrating International Women's Day on Friday, March 8th with a 2 hour tribute to global women's health with global women's health leaders. Join Kelley Connors, MPH and leading women's health advocates in the US and abroad to discuss the progress and challenges involved in eradicating poverty and improving maternal death rates in under resourced countries. We will be interviewing and showcasing women's health leaders from the International Women'
For those who do not know, 20 March has been designated International Happiness Day by the UN! What's that all about? Lee and Jale will talk about that, along with other positive news, and how our cultures have supported Bullying by deference, and create Controlling Codependent people. We are also going to talk about the Himalayan Culture. Don't forget you can communicate with us @902rfl on Twitter of Email us at email@example.com. We will be happy to take qu
Today we speak to Jennifer Phang about her futuristic thriller, Advantageous, which is screening with Mekong Hotel as a part of CAAM Festival Sat., March 16, 4 p.m. at PFA and Sun., Mar. 17, at 2:10 p.m.. at New People. In the film, Gwen is the spokesperson for a radical technology allowing people to overcome their natural disadvantages and begin life anew. But when her job and family are in crisis, will she undergo the procedure herself? Phang's presents an interesting premise. What will a mother sacrifice for her daughter’s future? Advantageous is an amazing playing out of the patriarchal system—and the look, a woman's look, "more universal" which means ethnic erasure. A true melting pot with benefits for the most visually assimilated. Gwen, a single mom, with school fees to pay, is suddenly too old to advance in her company and too Asian looking for that universal face caamedia.org Stephen Vittoria, director of "Long Distance Revolutionary: A Journey with Mumia Abu Jamal," opens at the New Parkway today (3/8-14/2013) with screenings at 4 and 7:30 p.m.. thenewparkway.com We have a chance interview with Rachel West from "Global Women Strike" who tells about "The RISE out of Poverty Act" reintroduced last month by Congresswoman Gwen Moore (Wisconsin). There is an International Women's Day event planned in LA to stop the construction of a new women's prison http://www.globalwomenstrike.net/ Emory Douglas, Revolutionary Artist and former Min. of Culture for the Black Panther Party speaks about his travels and work, women and civil action. He is giving an artist talk at the Harvey Milk Photo Center, 50 Dubose Street, in San Francisco, Sat., March 9, 2013, 1-4 p.m.. (415) 554-9522.
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DUE TO TECHNICAL ISSUES THAT BlogTalkRadio HAD ON APRIL 18th (of all days), we have rescheduled the show we tried to do on that day.
I am very adamant that we make April 18th International M.A.T.H. Day
Tonight's co-hosts: Kathleen Moore, Founder of the Army of Angels and Michelle Bart, President & Co-Founder National Women's Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation (NWCAVE). Special guests: Dottie Laster, Founder of Laster Global Consulting; and Cassandra Clifford, the Founder & Executive Director of Bridge to Freedom Foundation. We will also be talking to Shauna Newell, human trafficking survivor; and Bryn Barton, mother of sex trafficking survivor, Kristi Merrill. I came up with that name one day, at the same time that another mother of a human trafficking victim, Lisa Brant, did. Lisa is the mother of Shauna Newell, who is a survivor of human trafficking, having been rescued and saved just before being taken out of the country, at which time, it would be likely she would not have been seen again, at least not any time soon. And many of you know I am the mother of Jessie Foster, missing for over 7 years, since March 29, 2006. Lisa and I were chatting on Facebook on April 18, 2010 and we sent each other a message that pretty much crossed paths with each other. The point of both messages was the same … we both thought there needed to be an organization called M.A.T.H. which is the acronym for Mothers Against Trafficking Humans.