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  • 00:45

    Iya Adjua, The Culture Rebel & Sis Afua Ampoa on Urban Afrikan Displacement!

    in Culture

    Join Iya Adjua, The Culture Rebel & Sis Afua Ampoa in a notice on urban Afrikan Displacement! For Afrikan people displacement occurs on many levels; land, home & family.In this case, it's all three; ;et's support this Sista in her efforts to restabilize her family who was illegally displaced out of their New Jersey home. Tune in2day 4-:30pm est for info on how you can support a member of a our Afrikan family. PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION & SHARE WITH YOUR NETWORKS!!!


  • 00:31

    Mahshid Farhoudi - Identity, Displacement, Belonging

    in Art

    Mahshid Farhoudi is a figurative painter who explores issues of identity, displacement and belonging through her work.
    "My art practice draws from Iranian and occidental sources. Both figurative and architectural elements are central to my painting. Although aware of new trends in figuration, I have been appropriating symbols, icons and imagery from my culture and from my Canadian context to affirm my position to issues that I consider important. The relationship between my painted figures and their architectural contexts creates a dialogue within the work. It is this textural element that is of great interest to me. There is a direct relationship between the subject of my paintings and the techniques I employ."
    Visit http://mahshidfarhoudi.com

  • 01:02

    Finding Home: How Americans Prevail Over Displacement

    in Self Help

    By the time I was 17 years old, I had lived in 16 different homes. My father was in the military, and there was order and structure in the process. Still, it was a challenge. Every place I moved, I felt displaced and had to establish myself and my energy in my new environment. What about vets, foster kids, single moms, laid off workers, retirees and small business owners? Our society hands them “problems” to solve on an everyday basis. ?So what is a home? It is not just a physical dwelling. For some, home means being part of a heritage or tradition; for others it signifies a spiritual space. Sometimes it is a place found only in the mind, or in the heart. For a few, home simply means feeling right within one’s own skin.  Finding Home is a book about people who are searching for, or trying to keep, a home, and about people who have come off their center and how they have righted themselves. Sally Ooms has discovered that such people are doing more than just coping. They are innovators in their own lives. Join me for this deep look at how Americans prevail over displacement.

  • 01:02

    Andrew Asks it All : Displacement and Deconstruction

    in Art

    This time Andrew speaks with New York based writer and provocateur Matthew Blair. Using the work of Gordon Matta-Clark as a philosophical starting point our discussion will range from earth displacement projects, city walkouts, and demolishing the Guggenheim to tabloid scandals and hooptie aesthetics. Plus the greatist video he's ever taken.
    If you would like to call in and join the conversation dial 914.338.0532 and press the number 1.

  • 00:46

    Travel Today - The One&Only Palmilla

    in Travel

    This week's episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from The One&Only Palmilla in Los Cabos, Mexico. After being hit by Hurricane Odile in September 2014, Los Cabos was badly damaged. Like many other properties, the One&Only Palmilla suffered major wounds and had to close for a massive recovery and rebuilding effort. But now it’s back, and some would say, better than ever.

    The resort’s staff pulled together as a community in one of the stronger examples of a public/private partnership. Arnie Weissmann, Editor-in-Chief of Travel Weekly, talks about disaster tourism and why now is the time to go to Los Cabos. Then the President of the Los Cabos Humane Society, Aida Trujillo, talks about animal displacement after the storm and how visitors can help…including international pet adoption! (Hint—you get to fly your new pet home…for free!). All of this and more on this week's Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes from The One&Only Palmilla. 

  • 01:00

    Can't Stop the Water, Film - Native American Tribe: Sea Levels w/ Oil Pollution

    in Lifestyle

    Tuesday, April 14, 3pm EDT:  Today’s featured film on Progressive Film Hour is Can’t Stop the Water,  a film about Climate Change refugees right here in our own country: they are a Native American tribe and they are in the New Orleans area.

    To discuss the film are its director/producer Rebecca Ferris, chief of the tribe, Chief Albert, and Julie Maldonado.

    Rebecca Marshall Ferris, Director and Producer or Can’t Stop the Water began her career with the renowned documentary film company, Pennebaker Hegedus Films, serving as associate producer on their films Down From The Mountain, Startup.com, Only The Strong Survive, andElaine Stritch at Liberty.

     Julie Koppel Maldonado obtained her doctorate in Anthropology from American University in 2014. Her doctoral research focused on the experiences of environmental change and displacement in tribal communities in coastal Louisiana. 

    Chief Albert P. Naquin is the Traditional Chief of the Isle de Jean Charles Band of Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw, located in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. Chief  He has been the chief since 1997.


    in Science



  • 00:58

    Russell Sakay Live on Saltwater

    in Pets

    Saltwater with Russell Sakay! We will be talking on invertebrates, volume displacement, corals plus much more! Russell is quite solid on his information! So, what are you waithing for, click that listen button and call in live at 1-347-677-1837 to ask any questions you may have. Russell will not stir you wrong on quality information. So, come hear some do's and don'ts here on The Salty Dawgs live pod cast. Come join William T and Russell Sakay talk Saltwater. Don't forget to call in!

  • 01:00


    in Current Events

    March 17, 2015

    The National Front, hosted by the NF Director of Propaganda Eddy Morrison, is the official radio show of the National Front of the United Kingdom.  The U.K.’s premier Racial Nationalist Political Party.  The National Front promotes the efforts of British Racial Nationalism and a return to traditional English Values and supports the White English Working Class.

    THIS WEEK:  Tony Braithwaite - veteran White Nationalist & NF member joins Eddy to talk issues.

    Visit the National Front: http://www.britishnf.com/

    Visit the ANA:




    Twitter: @ ANNRADIO


    The American Nationalist Network (ANN), supports the use and availability of its programs for the general public under the “fair use” portion of Section 107 of the US Copyright Law. We require only that the content is clearly notated as being produced by and for the American Nationalist Network (ANN). Changing of its material in any fashion, whether audio or graphic, is prohibited.

  • 00:58

    Adoption, A Beautiful Expression of Love from Unfamiliar People

    in Lifestyle

    Join us, Tuesday March 17th, 2015 at 7:00 pm Est Usa, as Miss Raina reaches out to the souls and families of adoption. 

    Adoption is a beautiful expression of love from a set of unfamiliar people to an infant baby of whom would be without family and a decent start in life. For many adults, adoption is about giving a child love, a home, a family and a true chance at life. Even as a family gives their adopted child the essence of what they need, still many adopted children go through life with displacement and emptiness.  A common batch of uneasy feelings race through the minds of many adopted children which leave them feeling unloved, unaccepted and isolated evening in a loving world. 

    Miss Raina will reach out to those adopted children and their families whom have struggle with the struggle of emptiness

    Call Miss Raina and speak live: (310) 861-2341



  • 02:05

    Hard Starboard Radio: A Week Of JASmius On KCAA

    in Politics Conservative

    I don't form expectations about the frequency of guest-hosting gigs, because that's not my call, and I am simply honored and grateful to be Mr. Gibbs' understudy.  But if you'd told me after sitting in three out of four weeks during the 2013 "holiday season" that I wouldn't see the Pistachio's center seat again for almost a year, especially given the host's frantic schedule, I'd have started shopping for a different deodorant.  But then I hadn't heard of G.R. Mobley yet.  Blessedly, that was only a temporary displacement.

    Yes, I know, "what about two weeks ago"?  Answer: It was the odd one out.  Besides, it ought to still be fresh in your corpus callosums.

    Live podcasts resume Tuesday, March 10th.