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Who is the world "set up" for? One's first thought might be adults. But a more correct answer would be non-disabled adults. Ableism occurs when non-disabled people assign inferior value or worth to people who have developmental,... more

Not long after the 2015 New Year's Ball dropped in Times Square, the other Keystone XL (KXL) pipline shoe followed suit. The new U.S Congress passed a bill in favor or completing construction of the pipline through America's... more

When you have fracking industry problems, who ya gonna call? Shane Davis, a.k.a. Fractivist, that's who. He has the "Inconvenient Proof" that people need to stop or curb fracking in their communities. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom... more

A lot of people are fed up with all the money being shoveled hand over fist into politicians pockets. But one 81-year-old woman took her frustration all the way from Sarasota to Tallahassee, Florida -- on foot. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom... more

A retired teacher and Nebraska farmer, Art Tanderup and his wife Helen are busier than ever. Their lives changed abruptly when they decided not to allow the Keystone XL pipeline to be constructed across their land. The Tanderups have... more

Dedicating his life to the progressive social change movement, Ted Glick currently focuses on the climate crisis through writing, speaking and activism. Talkupy Radio with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Ted, National Campaign Coordinator of... more

Steve McCallister, Director of Operational Development for Sarasota's The Flow Factory and Common Wealth Time Bank, recently campaigned to become a Sarasota County Commissioner in District 2. He didn't do it the old fashioned... more

Doing an on-the-spot show to check in with author Linda Tirado who has been on the ground in Ferguson/St. Louis during the protests before, during and after the Grand Jury handed down its decision not to indict Darren Wilson last night.

The last time we talked to Alex Schaefer, he was getting arrested for chalking the sidewalks outside of thieving banks or doing plein air paintings of them, but with flames coming out of their windows. He also was building a huge Monopoly Man... more

If you want to find John Zangas, all you need to do is go where the action is. He will there photographing and documenting protests and actions taking place day-in and day-out along with his colleagues at DC Media Group. Talkupy with Annie... more