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PNN - Progressive Activists address progress made so far in 2016
News Director Rick Spisak and Associate Producer Brook Hines bring the voices of Activists to thirsty ears;
Our political commentator Brook Hines with be producing a segment here at PNN and bringing us the Racial Justice Committee of Organize Now, they will be discussing their “decriminalization campaign” in Orange County, the Black Lives Matter movement, and how YOU can get involved right now in your community. [ www.orgnow.org ]
We will be joined by Kofi Hunt long time progressive activist who will bring his perspective on the issues of 2016.
Adam Weissman one of the Spokespersons of “TradeJustice New York Metro and Global Justice for Animals and the Environment” will address the ongoing TPP negotiations now as we stand on the dangerous shore of FAST TRACK.
We will also be joined by Dr. Alina Valdez who will address her run for office District 25.
PNN's News Director Rick Spisak and Senior Political Commentator Brook Hines are joined by several political commentators will discuss the events of the past year. Ms Anita Stewart Web Producer, commentator and environmental activist, and Brian Stettan political activist and webcaster and Philosophy Professor and Environmental Activist Dr. Wendy Lynn Lee will address the past year and will assess our prospects for the year ahead.
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Progressive News Network - Returns Presenting - Brave New Candidates but the same damn persistent PROBLEMS
With a selection of the typically excellent guests to help you understand the swirl of follishness that surrounds us the New Candidates, the Same old Problems - We will break you out of the Media-Monopoly - No Marvin Gardens HERE!
Our News Director Rick Spisak welcomes the TRIUMPHANT RETURN of our Politcical Commentator Brook Hines.
Brook will be producing her first PNN Segment - You will surely enjoy her insights and her guests as well.
Jeannie Danna and her colleaugue Brad Bliech will bring us their perspective on the Environmental Hub movement and Florida Issues.
Florida House Democratic Leader Mark Pafford will adrress the 2016 Legilsative session, and will share his perspective on his final session before he is term limited out.
West Virginia Press Conference we will join a press conference on the ongoing Water Issues in West Virginia. Focusing not only on West Virginia Water Co.
West Virginia American Water that has continually demanded increases in their rates, but they have stated publically they will not be investing in infrastructure upgrades instead these 30% percent rate increases are solely to benefit their executives and shareholders. Despite the fact that their are regular leaks and main breaks in a water delivery system that is over 80 years old in many cases. They are in year two of a water crisis that has compromised the water supply of nearly 1/2 a million people.
Tune in 7pm Eastern Time
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PNN this week (The Dome Show)
As from a high vantage point... The "anti-Bowl Show. - No Concussions just Insight
Rick Spisak News Director and associate producer Brook Hines will bring you a stimulating array of Activists and Freedom Fighters.
Brook's segment this week will feature the new directors for the new Organize Now offices in Tampa. Tammy Thomas-Miles, Director Organize Now-Tampa and Tim Heberlein Political Director, Organize Now. Great discussion on civic engagement and building power in our communities.
Then Ann Fonfa of Annie Appleseed will bring us news of the latest in Alternative Cancer Therapies and Natural Healing techniques. They constantly provide new insights into the Mind/Body healing systems.
We'll also welcome Rob Abston long time progressive activist and webcaster founder of PLAN and also producer of the New THURSDAY AFTERNOON PNN Webcast called Return to Reality. (He's ready to take Reality back, not just America) Watchout Sennator Teddy.
We also will be playing Part 1 of a two part interview with Marty Baum Indian River - River Keeper he updates up on the damage being done to our environment, especially our Waters, by the Legislature. TUNE IN
PNN - Holiday Special -
News Director Rick Spisak welcomes Brook Hines political commentator to discuss the latest democratic issues in Florida and beyond.
Then our long time friend of the show, Progressive Activist and political leader Luis Cuevas of Progress Push to discuss national and international progressive issues.
And as a very special holiday guest Melinda Hemmelgarn Nutritionist Researcher and Broadcaster who will give us her take on the Healthy Holiday meal
Our Sponsor and Underwriters
AppleSeed Annie * Treasure Coast Humanists * Democratic Progressive Caucus
Regional Patent Attorney (Call) * Various Progressive Bloggers
TUNE IN - Live or Anytime
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PNN - Invites three international poets to share their poetry and their thoughts + Brook Hines!
PNN News Director Rick Spisak and political columnist Brook Hines welcome three marvelous poets each with a very different voice and vision they share with their other planeteers.
Alexandra Psaropoulou a Greek Poet and Artist, recent author of All the Stars.
Claudia Gary poet and singer of songs from the mountains and valleys of Virginia
Bano Zan poet of Toronto, formerly an english professor in Teheran who organizes poetry readings in Toronto.
Tune In 7pm Sunday Oct 4t
(SO SORRY ABOUT THE SHORT TECHNICAL GLITCH ABOUT 23 MINUTES INTO THIS EPISODE! UGH!!)
Dimitri’s Opening Monologue (from the LifePedigree.com studio)
Campaign Cruz is calling out Fox News! I’ll tell you why that is such a brilliant political move, and why the other news channels have missed what Sen Ted Cruz is doing. And I’ll tell you how Carly Fiorina blew a golden, once-in-a-political-lifetime opportunity to be a relevant presidential candidate
Jimmy LaSalvia, author of No Hope, Why I Left the GOP and Why You Should Too, names names about high-profile Republicans who have intense gay feelings - including a famous conservative woman with a bulging Adam’s apple who LaSalvia actually names during the interview, and calls her a … well, … er, … um, … fag-hag (his term, NOT MINE!)
Jasmine Gripper, Legislative Director forthe Alliance for Quality Eudcation talks about education priorities this session
In this episode of PF Women Radio we get to hear from our director, Deanna Shrodes and her husband Larry on the subject of love through the years. Larry and Deanna have been married for over 28 years, and will discuss priorities for a Godly marriage and home. You may call in and ask your questions, join the conversation!
Rick and Angie will play music discuss the incredible fund-raising for the International Animal rescue and discuss our wonderful visit to the Cat Sanctuary Catastrophe all a part of Alan andd Liz Knight's workd and also Elaine Brown who is an enthusiastic supporter and dedicated trained rescuer for seals and other medium sized marine life Feel free to join us and we will have a wonderful time catching up on everyone's news.
On the last episode of Spartan Life Radio, we talked about the stupendous Black History Month (BMH) 2016 observance taking place at Norfolk State University. In this episode, we tracked down several faculty members who have created unique and interesting programming for this year's observance. Did you know that there's a connection between the famous Buffalo Soldiers of Virginia's history and the Philippines? We're going to talk to NSU's Dr. April T. Manalang, assistant professor in the Department of History and Interdisciplinary Studies, about her research into this "hidden" Virginia History and the program she's created for the Black History Month Celebration. Professor Anthony Stockard, director of the NSU Theatre Company, will discuss the encore performance of the award-winning play "The Brothers Size." The drama has won several awards and was recently presented at the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival. "The Brothers Size" was also presented at last year's National Black Theatre Festival making it the most-awarded production in Norfolk State University history! And, last but certainly not least, Professor Carol Pretlow, NSU's resident political guru, who will round out our panel will discuss a BHM program involving students from the political science department. African American Perspectives on International Politics and Foreign Policy is a panel discussion on the topic from the student perspective.
Join us for what promises to be a spirited conversation.
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