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Wednesday May 22nd

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The East India Company & Corporate Colonialism Guest: William Dalrymple, author of The Anarchy: The East India Company, Corporate Violence, and the Pillage of an Empire
9:00 AM
RE-BROADCASTLabor radio Gender Equity for Grocery Workers 18,000 grocery workers in Oregon and SW Washington are taking strike authorization votes this summer. Pay equity for women workers is the main battle front in this union contract campaign. Tena Burch-Wolski and Sam Hughes, current and former Fred Meyer workers, and union shop stewards, talk with host Jamie Partridge about the possibility of the first grocery strike in our area in over twenty years.
9:29 AM
In honor of the release of the film 'Raise Hell,' an interview with the late great reporter and commentator Molly Ivins, recorded in 2003 on the release of her book, 'Bushwhacked' (co-written by Lou Dubose). Hosted by Richard Wolinsky.
9:58 AM
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.
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.
11:00 AM
Laura Schnitker is the curator of the Broadcast Archives at the University of Maryland, joining the show to tell us more about this special archive of programming, highlighting some of the gems in the collection.
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The latest world and Japan news from Japan's public broadcaster.
12:17 PM
Join Anna as she learns basic Japanese phrases. This is a 48-episode series that runs continiously on REC-FM.
12:27 PM
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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.
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There is strong historical and anthropological evidence that dogs came across the Bering land bridge with people migrating from Siberia to Alaska. These dogs worked hard to maintain their keep; they werent pets. Instead, they chased and ran down polar bears and located seals hiding beneath the Bering ice. One of the early dog professionals in Alaska was Harry Karstens, who later became the first superintendent of Mount McKinley National Park. As a young man, he pioneered a dog sled route from Fairbanks to Valdez, and hauled mail to the Katishna mining district. Now, at Denali National Park in central Alaska, theres a breeding and training and leadership program for these sled dogs. I spoke with Gary Coy, the director of this remarkable kennel. In his office there is a large sign quoting Harry Karstens. It says: A man driving a dog team is the biggest dog himself. Amid the noise and the chatter of the dog kennels in Denali Park, I asked Gary to explain what that sign means and to tell us a little about this wonderful project. Gary Coy recommends A Dog-Puncher on the Yukon, by Arthur Walden. Originally Broadcast: August 28, 1996
1:29 PM
The Media Magazine You Monitor With Your Mind
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2:00 PM
Josh Willis, Lead Scientist for NASA's OMG (Oceans Melting Greenland) on the Rapid Melting of Glaciers and the Consequences. Nora Benavides is director of US free expression programs at PEN America. She'll join us to talk about LA Press Freedom Week
2:58 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.
3:00 PM
** Morgan Spurlock Talks Chicken Capitalism In Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken! Investigative subversive filmmaker Morgan Spurlock is at it again, moving on from McDonald's fast food suspect cuisine, to serving up an indictment of the corporate chicken industry with his latest documentary. Jack Shalom sits down with Spurlock and the two Alabama chicken farmers who collaborated with him on the film - and who are victims of corporate chicken capitalism themselves, along with their fellow chicken farmers driven to suicide. Treat Williams Talks Hair 40th Anniversary Revival ** 'Hair was probably the greatest film experience of my life. You know, I'd throw on a pair of jeans, walk out of my apartment, walk into Central Park and start shooting. And we knew it was about trying to find an alternative to The Man In The Gray Flannel Suit. It was so cool - it was almost like there was no dividing line between life and art.' Hair 40th Anniversary Revival: A Conversation With Actor Treat Williams: The star of the 1979 classic stage to screen musical takes Arts Express on a memory lane journey, reflecting on the significance then and now of the rebel generation anniversary tribute screenings. And the actor who once quite in contrast played J. Edgar Hoover in that same titled movie, also shares special memories of filming Hair under the direction of One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest late filmmaking legend Milos Forman - whom he describes as 'basically Zorba The Greek with a Czech accent.' Poetry Corner: Naomi Foyle Reads From Her Work. Chris Butters present the eminent movement poet, essayist and science fiction novelist reading from her latest book of poems, Adamantine. And which is both personal and political, in solidarity with the nationally oppressed and the many warriors for justice.- from Palestine to the Mowhawk First Nation. Foyle's verse has been described as 'confident, fervent, erotic, lyrical, bold, imaginative, edgy and unflinching.' ** Now About That Joker Movie...And all the fuss that's being made - mostly by those who have yet to see the unreleased film. Namely, that the portrayal of that anarchistic comic book villain will precipitate violence in America. But is Joker, which just won the Golden Lion top prize at the Venice Film Festival, an incitement to violence or a manifestation of a violence already grounded in US culture. Filmmaker Ramon Goni weighs in.
3:55 PM
The Point Puzzle is a weekly puzzle. Every week a winner from the last week will be selected from emailed answers and announced on air and a new puzzle will be posed.
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Peter Hawkins, professor in leadership at Henley Business School and founder and emeritus chair of Bath Consultancy Group. Hes worked with many leading global companies and is the author of Leadership Team Coaching and Leadership Team Coaching in Practice, in which you say in the introduction, focusing on business as usual is at best myopic and at worst, suicidal. Website: renewalAssociates.co.uk What is Leadership Team Coaching? How do you develop senior leadership teams Role of team coaching, through corporations, in healing the world. You say, If corporations and organizations of all shapes and sizes, local and global, commercial and not for profit, are going to rise to the challenge of making a contribution, they will need to become the laboratiories in which we discover new forms of collective leadership. You cite Katsuaki Watanabes reply to the question why Toyota was more profitable and successful than Americas big three carmakers combined, In Toyota, everybody works as a team. We even call our suppliers our partners and we make things everybody thinks we should make. What makes a real team. Why are teams essential The Five Cs: Commissioning, what Clarifying, why Co-creating, how Connecting with all stake holders Core learning: growing collective capacity and learning how to be futurefit Willful Blindness; Margaret Heffernan The Wise Fools guide to Leadership: Nasrudin stories Major leadership challenges lie not in the parts but in the interconnections. Increasing quality of engagement WeQ orchestrating business ecosystems Death of the heroic leader: collective leadership is distributed leadership, Leadership Development Journey Leadership is less a role and more an attitude Challenges not to individuals but to connections and collaboration between them. Generative Relationship Systems awareness and self systems awareness You cite Mark Drewells idea, calling for A shift from striving to be the best-in-the-world to being the best-for-the-world Successful partnerships: Partnering starts by asking who and what do we collectively serve? What can we achieve collectively that we cannot achieve working in parallel? Comlaborators: competitor collaborators You refer to seven challenges leaders face. Two of them, I need explanation of: Disintermediation and Uberization Hollowing out of organizations and growing complexity of the stakeholder world Without a good relationship with local communities, you dont have a business. Leadership is based on industrial age thinking linear Not just entering a post-industrial but a post-managerial world Problems with 20th Century leadership model Collective turn? Leadership does not exist outside of multi-person relationships 70-20-10 principle (CC Allen) is bottom-up: 70% of learning is on the job, 10% in formal courses and 20% by reflective and application practices. Linear learning modalities vs ? Embodied Change Connecting rituals'new habits, Daily reviews Break a bad habit by replacing it with a better habit. Teal organizations based on Self-management Wholeness Evolutionary purpose Local companies need to think globally'they compete with Netflix, amazon, WebMD, Leaders need to learn how to stay connected in a disconnected world Leaders need to re-invent themselves and unlearn what has made them successful at one level of leadership to discover how to be a new leader at another level of leadership Changing the leadership paradigm and tipping points. What do you mean by tipping points? -from leading my people to orchestrating business ecosystems'need to be brilliant collaborators with other agencies'need to get rid of dog-eat-dog'need to become impresarios that spot and create partnering and cross-hatching opportunities -from heroic individual leaders to collective and collaborative leadership -leadership driven by purpose and value creation for ALL stakeholders -embracing multiple individual diversity and also systemic diversity -leader as developer -living in a transparent world -partnering and networking Need to make leadership less vertical and more horizontal, need to create synergies with the many varieties of stakeholders There are winning and losing ecosystems Purpose vs strategy, collective purpose Millennials; want to feel they are part of the team, part of the solution, thrive on feedback, work to be purposeful, contributing to a greater whole
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