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Listen to The Danny Tisdale Show on HW Podcast as we celebrate Black Philanthropy Month as he speaks to Moikgantsi Kgama, President and CEO of the HCCI.
Ms. Kgama, President and CEO of ImageNation Cinema Foundation is a Harlem-based media arts organization, founded with the goal of establishing a chain of art-house cinemas, dedicated to progressive media by and about people of color. Through a variety of public exhibitions and programs, ImageNation fosters media equity, media literacy, solidarity, cross-cultural exchange and highlights the humanity of Pan-African people worldwide.
Any questions please contact us at email@example.com or go to our website at harlemworldmag.com.
Ruthann talks of current happenings in 'Flash Updates', Planetary news in 'Greenies', and living the simple life----
Also, she'll be answering some questions she's been asked recently! Some personal, some not so-----
'Sarit Jacobsohn Views the Wolrd' is here in our 2nd half hour, bringing us up to date on Palestine and Israel------
'Big Foot, Etc. w/ Rick Schmidt'----at 60 min.
Why do hundreds of people report seeing tall hairy bi-peddle ape like/human like beasts? Why do people find 15" plus foot prints all over the lower 48 States as well as Alaska and Canada? If you have wondered these things, wonder no more, Rick Schmidt has the answers to these questions and more.
Josh Ruebner will talk about his book Shattered Hopes, concerning President Obama's failed goals for Palestine. Ruebner will also talk about the BDS campaign and the current war in Gaza.
1990 Town Hall Meeting with Nelson Mandela of South Africa.
This meeting, held in New York and chaired by Ted Koppel of ABC Networks, formed part Nelson Mandela's first visit to the USA immediately following his release after 27 years in prison.
Much of the meeting focused on Nelson Mandela's advocating of sanctions against Apartheid South Africa, his support for the Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO) as well as his close friendship with Yasser Arafat (of Palestine) and Fidel Castro (of Cuba).
It is important to note that this meeting took place in 1990, long before the world embraced Nelson Mandela or the ANC, yet, even then, Mandela stood firm and resolute on his and the ANC's policies even though it could have "hurt" his and the ANC's "image", for example his support for the Palestinian and Cuban people.
Tonight's show is a repeat of a popular show from July 23, 2013. The topic was Trayvon Martin. Listen and reflect on today's concerns regarding the shooting death of Michael Brown.
The conversation will be guided by the DR. MICHAEL E. HODGE, Chair of the Department of Sociology at Morehouse College; the REVEREND THOMAS BOWEN, Chaplin of the Morehouse Alumni Chapter, DC and Minister of Fellowship and Outreach at Shiloh Baptist Church in Washington, DC; and MR. TOM BACOTE, Morehouse alumnus who is based in Johannesburg, South Africa, serving as the Country Program Director for the Southern Africa Office of the American Center for International Solidarity.
To some Trayvon Martin is the “other brother”… the unfortunate one, the one who got caught, the one who was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and, to some, he is simply the one who was a victim in a rather tragic story. But are we missing a powerful truth… is Trayvon Martin your son or brother? Is Trayvon Martin America’s son? Does Trayon's story mirror hidden and blatant racism? Listen and decided for yourself. Call in and share your thoughts.
Comrades, Lovers, Friends and Kin;
Welcome to republic of love: art, cultural resistance and sacred mysticism from Toronto: Huron-Wendat, 6 Nations, 3 Fires Territory or, "the City of Living Corpses" as Emma Goldman liked to say.
We're live on-air monthly on the New Moon with reviews, panels, readings and music centred on radical culture from here at home, and around the planet.
Tune into our show's launch, on Monday, August 25th at 7pm for:
- an interview with sound art legend Pauline Oliveros
- audio snippets from Audre Lorde's Uses of the Erotic: the Erotic as Power
- a fabulous panel on cultural resistance in Palestine and the diaspora with Hadeel Assali, Basil AlZeri, John Greyson, Nasrine Himada and Trish Salah
- readings from Sufist poet and lover, Rumi aka Jalâlu 'd-deen Muhammad, and Kabbalist and macrobiotic innovator Rabbi Meir Abehsera
Brian Stetten and Ruthann Amarteifio, still looking for democracy!!
Tonight we address:
"Saul D. Alinsky and No War But the Class War"-----
So much is happening on a global level, we'll also be talking about current events!
So, call in to 760-539-3207 or come to chat!
And, we have a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!
When we say, we want justice, what do we mean? That's the topic of this show. It's not enough to say, "WE WANT JUSTICE". We have to develop visions of justice and equality. What type of society and world do we specifically want? What type of economic system should we strive strive for? And how do we make change in a messed up world? These and other questions will be addressed in this episode.
It has begun, and there can be only one. No, this isn't Highlander, it's global politics at its worst. How does it all fit together? The coup in Ukraine, militarized police shootings in Ferguson, the 'Islamic State' threatening to behead all of Christendom, a looming worldwide Ebola epidemic and Israel is up to its old tricks again with more indiscriminate bombing of Palestinians. To top if all off, there appears to be no doubt that our climate is in the midst of a major 'shift' to something radically different from what we've known to date.
Join the SOTT Team this Sunday, August 24th 2014 from 2-4pm EST (11am-1pm PST / 8-10pm CET), for a no holds barred and in depth analysis of the current state of the world.
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Ann Fonfa Update on Cancer research / International Research
Dr. Rachel Pienta, Campus Vote Project Coordinator, for Florida for the Fair Election Legal Network
Dierdre McNab President of the League of Women Voters of Florida
Drew Martin of the Palm Beach Water Board and the Sierra Club
Tune In Live at 7pm (Eastern) Live or Anytime
Solidarity & Peace
Rick Spisak, News Director
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May 8, 2008 edition of Radio Not Bombs, featuring an interview with two student activists who helped organize a solidarity action with the family of slain New Yorker Sean Bell and victims of police violence everywhere. Also, a radio essay on the acquittal of Sean Bell's killers from Mumia Abu-Jamal.
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