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Thursday January 17th

12:00 AM
Democracy Now! produces a daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez. Our reporting includes breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world?s most pressing issues. On Democracy Now!, you?ll hear a diversity of voices speaking for themselves, providing a unique and sometimes provocative perspective on global events.
1:00 AM
Until the mid-1990s, the Redwood Industry dominated much of North Coast economy. In the mid-1990s, due to a number of circumstances particularly involving Pacific Lumber Company and Charles Hurwitz, industry advocates collided with environmentalists in a final hurrah. Few figures among the environmentalists carry as much name-recognition and power as did Judi Bari. In this program, recorded in March of 1995 at the height of the conflict, Judi Bari and I discussed the position of Earth First! Judi Bari recommends “J. Edgar Hoover,” by Kurt Gentry. Originally Broadcast: March 27, 1995
1:30 AM
The Media Magazine You Monitor With Your Mind
6:00 AM
7:58 AM
8:00 AM
With John Carlos Frey author of Sand and Blood: America's Stealth War on the Mexico Border. The book is a portrait of the U.S.-Mexico border, where militaristic fantasies are unleashed, violent technologies are tested, and immigrants are targeted.
9:00 AM
David Jepsen, Author, History Professor, Film Maker, Retired Reporter Interview by Ken Winkes: David discusses his new history book called Contested Boundaries. For more information or to buy the book or film, go to https://www.wiley.com/en-us, or http://laborwarsnw.com/ or https://www.ebay.com/itm/Labor-Wars-of-the-Northwest-Feature-Film-Documentary, or https://www.pickfordfilmcenter.org/. We Do The Work Comments: > Labor Secretary Ocosta is doing a number on Labor. > Mourn Not the Dead Poem by Ralph Chaplin, recited by Mike Dumovich
9:29 AM
Remembering his work and life Richard Grossman said: .. corporations dont have rights. Rights are for people. Corporations only have privileges, and only those that we the people bestow on them. In a nutshell that was the essence of his research and teaching. Grossman said that we need to remember that the American revolution was fought less against the King but against the crown corporations, the Hudsons Bay and East India Corporations. In his work with POCLAD, the Project on Corporations, Law and Democracy and CELDF, the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund he drove home the point that corporations are chartered by sovereign people. He said that based on that sovereignty people have the right to take that charter away and revoke corporate person-hood. His lasting legacy are the Democracy Schools that continue to be taught across the country, and a pamphlet: Taking Care of Business, that describes the process of de-chartering corporations. http://www.ratical.org/corporations/TCoB.html Two important projects that Richard Grossman initiated in the last months of his life do not receive enough notice. He presented, at the August 2011 Green Fest in New York City, the draft of a law to not just regulate or limit the practice of Fracking but to formally criminalize the procedure in an amendment to the penal code. And he formalized as draft, just 4 weeks before he died in 2011, an Act To Criminalize Chartered, Incorporated Business Entities as a class. If he were alive today to witness the ever magnified acts of corporations in drug overdose deaths, food, soil and water poisoning, mining, preventing action on climate change and control of all phases of the democratic process he would have finalized that draft. As the folk singer Utah Phillip said: The earth is not dying, she is being killed. And those who are killing her have addresses and names. Richard Grossman was recorded by Maria Gilardin in Washington DC on May 11 at the 1996 Teach-In organized by the International Forum on Globalization.
9:58 AM
10:00 AM
Democracy Now! produces a daily, global, independent news hour hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez. Our reporting includes breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world?s most pressing issues. On Democracy Now!, you?ll hear a diversity of voices speaking for themselves, providing a unique and sometimes provocative perspective on global events.
12:00 PM
The latest world and Japan news from Japan's public broadcaster.
12:14 PM
Join Anna as she learns basic Japanese phrases. This is a 48-episode series that runs continiously on REC-FM.
12:24 PM
Marshall Rosenberg was a brilliant student of human psychology and the founder of the Center for Non-Violent Communication. His work has profoundly touched millions of lives all over the world. In this presentation, one of many presented here on The Magical Mystery Tour over the past three years, Marshall talks about how to communicate in ways that deepens the intimacy in our relationships.
12:26 PM
12:28 PM
CurrentCast is a daily (M-F) 60-second module that discusses water sustainability and stewardship. Topics covered include pollution, conservation, climate change, recreation, and more. The program is a project of the Center for Transformative Action.
12:29 PM
Community Progressive Radio (CPRmetro.org) is a non-profit, community-based, multi-media organization created to remedy the lack of media attention devoted to critical issues affecting our lives. CPRmetro.org provides a forum for a wide range of topics in a constant attempt to expose the truth. We use all the media technology available to us to provide our diverse communities with a media organization that can be relied on to give voice to its interests. We hope to provide opportunities for training and teaching community residents the science and the art of media production. We also hope to offer local artists an opportunity to learn media skills that will allow them to present their works to a larger audience.
1:00 PM
We talk with Christina Proenza-Coles about her groundbreaking new history, American Founders: How People of African Descent Established Freedom in the New World. Then, we talk with Jamaican-English author Sarah Collins about her breakout debut novel, The Confessions of Frannie Langton. Its an historical thriller about a former slave who is accused of murdering her employer and his wife in Georgian London.
2:00 PM
2:02 PM
Civilization may unravel just 30 years from now, without emergency action to save the climate. From Australia, David Spratt explains. From the UK, Eunice Lo says thousands could die in New York and Los Angeles by 2050 – from the heat. Plus the  …
3:00 PM
Fifty years ago at The Stonewall Inn, gay pride took the form of a riot, not a parade. Today, the question remains as relevant as ever: Just how do we define 'love is love,' and what are we willing to do to defend one another? This week, we speak with a group of LGBTQIA+ leaders who each have a different relationship to being out and proud. We've come a long way they say, but in the next 50 years, we have a long way to go. Music Featured: Light of Love by Lady Alma off her new full length album Twilight, a 9 track anthology, produced by Mark de Clive Lowe, released on Mashi-Beats.
3:29 PM
Description: We go back to the night in June 1969 at the New York City Stonewall Inn that sparked the LGBT rights movement. On todays show well hear about the day that galvanized a generation and the continued fight for LGBT civil rights. The first Pride parades took place in June 1970 marking the 1st anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Michael Schirker and David Isay bring us an oral history Remembering Stonewall: The Birth of a Movement. Editor at large of the Huffington Posts Gay Voices Michelangelo Signorile says while there have been a series of recent wins for the LGBT rights movement, bigotry remains a daily reality for many. At a New America NYC forum Signorile spoke with June Thomas, Culture Critic and Editor of Outward, Slates LGBTQ Section about what he calls victory blindness. Its a central theme in his new book, Its Not Over, Getting to Beyond Tolerance Defeating Homophobia and Winning True Equality. Featuring -President Barack Obama - Geane Harwood, Bruce Merrow, Sylvia Rivera,Seymor Pine, Red Mahoney, Joan Nestle, Randy Wicker, Jim Fouratt, Howard Smith, Martin Boyce aka Miss Martin, Rudy, Mama Jean, participants in Remembering Stonewall oral history project -Michelangelo Signorile,host of the Michelangelo Signorile Sirius XM -June Thomas,Culture Critic and Editor of Outward, Slates LGBTQ section
3:58 PM
4:00 PM
In this final episode of Your Own Health And Fitness, Layna Berman tells her story and the story of the show, what shes learned about health and the environment, and how to care for yourself and each other.
6:00 PM

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