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  • 00:30

    Introduction to Environmental Justice & Black Feminism.

    in Environment

    EPISODE 1:
    the purpose of this show is to introduce the topic of Environmental Justice (EJ) and Black Feminism (Black Fmsm) to listeners.
    issues related to land, air, water, soil and human health, also impact the black community. this show focuses on the black (melanin rich) community, for impacts to additional ethnic communities, try and get in touch with critical and decolonized perspective from those communities.

    ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE:
    the conception that  is developed is that by Dr. Robert Bullard. a chocolate academic who reminded the environmental movement to pay attention to black and poor people of color issues. Dr. Bullard provides a perspective from the USA.

    BLACK FEMINISM:
    the second conception that is developed is Black Feminism from the United States because of its excellent documentation of the most horrific, best methods related to decolonization techniques, and best to be the most accessible, in the world.

    METHODOLOGY:
    decolonized, participatory and inclusive.
    this show censors nothing and is open to all expressions. no techniques to colonize how people express their self, is used.

    ADDITIONAL NOTES:
    *my thanks to Uniquely Bright for suggesting to use Blog Talk Radio, platform.

    *the quote that is shared is from the book called "Sisters of the Yam..." by bell hooks. purple copy. year 2005. chapter 12. "Touching the Earth" from page 135.
    *this is the first show, sorry about the um's, that will be improved with practice. this is the first show about  Environmental Justice related to the conception developed by Dr. Robert Bullard, in the world.

    *as many texts written by black for black will be used. at times, conceptions will start from the problem with domination of eurocentic discourses.
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  • 00:28

    Environmental News 101

    in Environment

    Today we will be interviewing Robin Filmore, the founder and publisher of Natural Awakenings DC, a great magazine published monthly that talks about environmental responsibility. The magazine is free to the gemeral public and can be found at most newstands and shops throughout Washington DC and Maryland, NOVA.

  • Environmental Frontier with Paul Relis​

    in Spirituality

    Paul Relis  author of Out of the Wasteland Stories of the Environmental Frontier was raised in Long Beach, California. While studying at the University of California, Santa Barbara, a massive oil spill erupted off the coast of Santa Barbara on January 28, 1969, that devastated the coastline, killed much aquatic life, and severely damaged the local economy. The oil spill was a transformative event in the history of the U.S that influenced the establishment of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Earth Day and other landmark environmental programs.


    The oil spill was a life changing event for Paul. He became the first executive director of a newly formed nonprofit, the Community Environmental Council CEC) at age 23. The CEC played a critical role in staving off several  proposed developments  that would have changed Santa Barbara forever. And, under his leadership, the CEC built visionary projects including recycling facilities, urban gardens and an urban farm, green buildings and other programs that, decades ago, presaged the core elements of sustainability today.


    After twenty years of locally based work Paul took an executive position  with the California EPA where he helped lead the state of California’s nation leading recycling programs.  


    From 1996-2013 Paul taught in the Environmental Studies Department of the University of California, Santa Barbara.  He is a board member emeritus of the Community Environmental Council and sits on the boards of the American Biogas Council and the Bioenergy Association of California. Paul and his wife live in Santa Barbara, California and Taos, New Mexico. They have three children. http://www.paulrelis.com


     

  • 02:00

    Environmental Toxins & Pollution

    in Health

    This week on the Health & Wellness Show we'll be discussing environmental toxins and pollution.  What are the effects of pollution on our natural resources and our bodies?  What kinds of pollution have plagued modern society?  How can we combat these toxins to better our health?  We'll address these questions and more...


    Also included will be the Pet Health segment, addressing strange behaviors in your pets.  Tune in weekly on Fridays at 10am EST on BlogTalkRadio!

  • 02:01

    HOMOSEXUALITY-GENETIC or ENVIRONMENTAL?

    in LGBT

    Nature or Nurture...Which is it?????


    The debate over whether homosexuality is a result of genetic or environmental factors has been an on-going one; and this week Ms. KiKi and the cast will tackle the topic, no-holds barred by Playing Devil's Advocate™.  


    Be sure to set a reminder, tune in and call in to share your opinion!!! 


     


    And if that's not enough we have our Producer Cousin Chan's "Drink of the Week" and our weekly “Ask PDA” advice letter!! If you want to give your two cents....contact us on Facebook, Twitter, via email, or in our interactive chat room or LIVE on-air Wed night!


     


    ALL OPINIONS WELCOME!


     


  • 00:26

    Environmental awareness and 'daring to succeed'

    in News

    Young people are the focus of the next broadcast of Record Talk Radio at 10 a.m. Friday, May 22.


    Bergen Grassroots recently awarded its Young North Jersey Environmental Innovator award to Amanda Nesheiwat, the environmental coordinator for Secaucus.


    Nesheiwat will be our guest on the first segment of the program along with Chuck Powers, president of Bergen Grassroots. She will talk about her job, a somewhat unique position among municipalities in New Jersey.


    Our guest on the second half of the program will be Cid Wilson who gave the keynote speech at Bergen Community College's commencement ceremony on Thursday.


    Wilson, a former college trustee, is president and CEO of the Washington, D.C.-based Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility.


     


    In a conversation record on Thursday, he talked about his call on student to "dare to succeed."

  • 00:33

    #BlackLivesMatter: At the Intersection of Social and Environmental Justice

    in Culture

    In a recent article in The Nation, Canadian author/activist Naomi Klein posed an important question/observation: "What does #BlackLivesMatter have to do with Climate Change?" (http://www.thenation.com/article/192801/what-does-blacklivesmatter-have-do-climate-change)


    On the next episode of PR 13:20, we'll look deeper into Klein's inquiry, and discuss the similarities revealed when juxtaposing the issues of social and environmental justice, the affects of rampant police brutality and unchecked global warming, and the communities and nations most affected. We'll also look at where these movements intersect and appear to be headed, and what actions can be taken to ensure that systemic change does occur, and soon, because our lives do depend upon it.

  • 00:30

    African Americans and the Environmental Movement

    in History

    Carolyn Finney returns to the show today to talk about her book Black Faces, White Spaces concerning African Americans and the environmental movement.

  • 01:00

    Mind-Body-Spirit: Living a Holistic Life - Environmental Estrogens

    in Health

    Environmental Estrogens are everywhere, learn how to prevent estrogen toxicity, breast cancer and minimize radiation exposure.


     


    In this show we will be covering models of healing coming from a broad range of disciplines, integrating the best of modern science with the best of the healing wisdom that has been transmitted to us from the most ancient cultures.


     


    Dr. Renè David Alkalay is a life-long student of meditation, Yoga science, Kabbalah, and the religious and philosophical texts of the East and West, and is the author of numerous articles and books. In private practice as a naturopathic practitioner since 1980, he provides holistic services at the Genesis Tree of Life Wellness Center offering help with nutrition, weight management, pain and illnesses, fitness and holistic treatment for cancer patients. Genesis Society (501 c3) is the not-for-profit organization Dr. Renè David Alkalay offers help to veterans and yoga classes for children with cancer.

  • 00:31

    Cooper Center for Environmental Learning

    in Environment

    Colin Waite, Director


    Their educational philosophies are based on the beliefs and guidelines of the Institute for Earth Education, an international organization dedicated to connecting learners of all ages to the natural world. The Cooper Center is a campus that inspires participants to preserve the Sonoran Desert and live more lightly on the earth. There are many opportunities for students of all ages to learn through hands on research and exciting outdoor learning. I cannot wait to hear more about it and I hope you join me. This show made possible through the generous support of Discount Cab Company.

  • 00:52

    SF #215 - Are You an Environmental Victim?

    in Motivation

    We strive to surround ourselves with the people and environments we want to be like.  Sometimes in that journey we become unaware of the toxic environments we are moving through to get to our goals.  Mordant & McFall discuss how to become more aware of how your environment is affecting you and how to maintain the life you desire.


     


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