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Nancy Mills joins the show to talk about her women's empowerment community: "Spirited Woman." She'll be sharing the story of the Sisterhood of the Sacred Scarves as well!
In the second half of the show, NYC Actor Lester Greene will talk abou this new book "Getting Your Act Together."
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Climate Action With Russell Greene
Understanding the Fifth UN IPCC Predicament and Response
The Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was finalized in 2014.
Join me with my guest Atmospheric Scientist Peter Kalmus this Sunday to discuss what the report tells us and how we each may choose to respond.
Peter Kalmus is an atmospheric scientist studying the role of clouds in global warming. After graduating from Harvard with a physics degree, he worked for four years as a computer programmer on Wall Street before returning to science and earning his PhD in physics from Columbia University. After five years as an astrophysicist at Caltech, he switched fields into atmospheric science.
Being the father of two young boys motivates him to explore how we can appropriately respond -- as individuals -- to the massive problem of global warming. One of the many things he's done is to almost completely stop burning fossil fuels himself, by examining his own life and replacing fossil-fueled activities with bicycling, driving on veggie oil, remote participation in meetings, and a fossil-fuel-free diet. He calls this ongoing process of self-examination and self-change "be-cycling," and he says it makes him happier.
Russell's guests are Rev. Lennox Yearwood and RL Miller.
Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr., President and CEO of the Hip Hop Caucus, is a minister, community activist and one of the most influential people in Hip Hop political life. He works tirelessly to encourage the Hip Hop generation to utilize its political and social voice.
In 2010 he was named one of the 100 most powerful African Americans by Ebony Magazine, and one of the 10 Game Changers in the Green movement by the Huffington Post. In 2008, Rev Yearwood created the Hip Hop Caucus’ “Respect My Vote!” campaign with celebrity spokespeople T.I. and Keyshia Cole, which turned out record numbers of young people on Election Day.
RL Miller blogs on climate; founded SuperPAC Climate Hawks Vote to elect - and hold accountable - politicians who prioritize the climate challenge; is elected chair of California Democratic Party’s Environmental Caucus; and practices law and keeps chickens. Climate Hawks Vote hatched in June 2014, made 17 endorsements in primaries and general election races in 2014, and won at least 10 - a very positive record made possible through its emphasis on fieldwork rather than big-spending ads.
in Video Games
Most of us have been playing the Resident Evil series and House of the Dead for more than a decade, but how much do we actually know about the movies and mythos that gave birth to the genre of zombie games. How have zombies evolved in film, and how does that impact the type(s) of zombies (and "infected," which are not zombies) we see in video games (as well as table-top and board/card games)? Jade (with guest-host Donnie) will discuss these questions and so much more on the first episode of Final Friday Films.
On Friday December 19th, 2014 at 5:30 PM Head Klucker Dwayne King and John Lewis the Sasquatch Hunter In Training. Are coming to you live from the 1st annual Martinsville's Winter Horrorfest.
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Suzanne Goldenbergis the US environment correspondent of the Guardian and is based in Washington DC. She has won several awards for her work in the Middle East, and in 2003 covered the US invasion of Iraq from Baghdad. She is author of Madam President, about Hillary Clinton's historic run for White House.
Nick Fillmore, An award-winning investigative reporter and a founder of the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ). One of the founders of Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE), he was involved in helping press freedom organizations in developing countries for several years. Now based in Toronto,
David Braun is a co-founder of Americans Against Fracking and New Yorkers Against Fracking, and has recently relocated back to his home state of California to fight fracking where he’s working with Californians Against Fracking, a coalition of over 150 organizations fighting for a ban. While in New York, David founded and worked with several anti-fracking groups including United for Action, Sane Energy Project, among others. Previously, he was the grassroots coordinator for the films, GASLAND and GASLAND II.
Mark Schlosberg is Food & Water Watch's National Organizing Director, and is responsible for developing strategies for their national campaigns and managing the Organizing Department. Mark has been with Food & Water Watch since 2008. He spearheaded the development of their organizing strategy on fracking and played a lead role in forming Americans Against Fracking as well as the development of Food & Water Watch’s work to build state based coalitions.
A Conversation with Pennie Opal Plant - The Environment and Indigenous Peoples
Pennie Opal Plant, of Yaqui/Mexican/Choctaw/Cherokee/European ancestry was born and raised under the shadow of the Chevron refinery in Richmond and San Pablo, California. She has been an activist for over 30 years on issues regarding the environment and indigenous peoples. She is one of the founding members of Idle No More SF Bay and Movement Rights with Shannon Biggs. Movement Rights is a new organization working on shifting culture and law to protect people and Mother Earth by working with communities, both domestic and international, to institute democracy where they live. She is also a member of the Bay Area Alliance on the Rights of Nature, and a small business owner in Albany, California.
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What happens when you cross Trump with Jeff Foxworthy? Huffington post Rachel Thompson and Writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz knows. ITS our guest Tim Knox
As a sought-after corporate speaker and comedian, published author, talk radio host, syndicated business columnist, and self-professed Mama's Boy, Tim's unique perspective is enjoyed by thousands who listen to his radio show, read his books and columns, and hear him speak every year.
Whether talking about business, success, motivation, life, family, kids, or dogs (he has 9 at last count) Tim's colorful message is filled with good humor and common sense: two things that are sorely lacking in the world today.
Tim has been interviewed by the Wall St. Journal, the NY Times, USA Today, Fox News, ABC News, CBS News and many other media outlets on the topics of entrepreneurship, small business, and technology.
And Tim's message is spreading fast. His videos and columns can be found on over 35,000 different websites and that number grows every week.
As a serial entrepreneur, Tim is the founder and president of four successful technology companies and serves as an investor, mentor and advisor to many companies in his home town of Huntsville, Alabama.
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People Demanding Action on Climate with Russell Greene
Special Guest Tim DeChristopher
Nearly a month after the historic People’s Climate March in NYC, what’s next? Tim and Russell will discuss the week of actions scheduled in Washington DC November 1-7 — Beyond Extreme Energy.
Rev. Lennox Yearwood and Tim DeChristopher wrote a letter endorsing the Beyond Extreme Energy (BXE) actions in November.
"The power demonstrated on the streets of New York was a signal that we are big enough and strong enough to take our government out of the grip of the fossil fuel industry. Without question we need to step it up and organize campaigns and actions that are at the scale and boldness needed, including multi-day direct action at specific targets.”