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219 GreenConnect host Kathy Sipple speaks with Professor Nicole Negowetti, a Law Professor at Valparaiso University. Negowetti teaches a food law class and is the organizer behind the April 24th local food summit in Valparaiso.
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The 2012 NIRPC Regional Food Study mentioned in this episode is available here.
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International Black Summit Talk Show - topics supporting the empowerment of communities
Our guest today is Kate DeAngelis, Friends of the Earth, Climate and energy campaigner
Kate DeAngelis works on phasing out fossil fuel subsidies and encouraging the use of clean energy. Prior to joining Friends of the Earth, she was a research analyst at the World Resources Institute, where she focused on international climate change issues, including the creation of a new climate agreement. In addition, she lived in China teaching English and volunteering for an environmental non-profit. Kate received a B.A. in psychology and political science from the George Washington University and a J.D. from the University of Maryland.
Previous Interview with Robert Kenner
Robert Kenner's Food, Inc., is one of the top grossing theatrical documentaries of all time, selling nearly 500,000 DVDs. Food, Inc. received widespread critical acclaim, dozens of awards and accolades, including an Academy Award nomination, and has influenced current food policy decisions. Kenner received a Peabody and an Emmy for Two Days in October, depicting simultaneous events in 1967: a deadly Vietcong ambush and a violent campus protest. He was co-filmmaker with Richard Pearce on The Road to Memphis for the Martin Scorsese series, The Blues. Newsweek called The Road to Memphis "as fine a film ever made about American music" and "the unadulterated gem of the Scorsese Series." Kenner has directed numerous specials for National Geographic and PBS's American Experience series, as well as award winning commercials and corporate films for a wide range of clients. Kenner recently completed When Strangers Click that premiered for HBO. He is currently creating a series of web and TV spots about the unsustainability of our industrial food system.
On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, brought to you by KNODA.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler gives his thoughts on what has gone on at Spring Training for the New York Yankees this week. This includes the strained quad for Chris Capuano, the first home run of the spring for Alex Rodriguez, and a reaction to Masahiro Tanaka's first start of the Spring.
Plus, Justin Jay of Jays Journal and The Jays Nest Podcast joins the show to continue our State Of The AL East series by taking a look at the Toronto Blue Jays. Ricky and Justin will discuss Toronto's acquisitions of Josh Donaldson and Russell Martin, the concerns in the back of their bullpen, and expectations for pitchers Aaron Sanchez and Daniel Norris. Plus, how will Toronto replace Marcus Stroman in the rotation? Stroman is out for the season after tearing his ACL fielding a bunt on Tuesday.
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Russell is joined by activist, author, speaker, Ted Glick.
Ted Glick has devoted over 45 years of his life to the progressive social change movement. After a year of student activism as a sophomore at Grinnell College in Iowa, he left college in 1969 to work full time against the Vietnam War. As a Selective Service draft resister, he spent 11 months in prison.
For the last ten years Ted has played a national leadership role in the effort to stabilize our climate and for a renewable energy revolution. He was a co-founder in 2004 of the Climate Crisis Coalition and in 2005 coordinated the USA Join the World effort leading up to December 3rd actions during the United Nations Climate Change conference in Montreal.
Since the mid-70s, Ted has been actively involved in community organizing efforts around environmental, tenant rights, community development and racial justice issues in Brooklyn, N.Y. and northern New Jersey. On a national scale he has been a leader in coalition-building and independent politics efforts. From 1995 to 2005, he was the National Coordinator of the Independent Progressive Politics Network, with which he continues to work. He is the coordinator of the Essex/Passaic Green Party.
Over the years, Ted’s commitment to social justice has led him to partake in 20 extended fasts, six of which were for more than a month, including the Climate Emergency Fast in the fall of 2007 and two fasts in 2009.
His prolific writing on the movement to which he devotes his life includes his 2000 book, “Future Hope: A Winning Strategy for a Just Society,” and his column, “Future Hope,” which has been distributed nationally since 2000. In late 2009 he finished a book manuscript, “Love Refuses to Quit: Climate Change and Social Change in the 21st Century.”
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