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Today on It’s Going Down, with our legal correspondent, we break down the recent leak from Politico and the growing push from the Right to overturn Roe V Wade. We talk about what this means for a variety of “right to privacy” laws, an increasing push towards criminalization, and beyond. Photo via Unsplash
Comprehensive coverage of the day’s news with a focus on war and peace; social, environmental and economic justice. U.S. intelligence helped Ukraine sink Russian battleship Moskva Senate Democrats plan vote to codify abortion rights – but not on overturning the filibuster Bernie Sanders says Amazon union busting should disqualify it from government contracts SF Supervisors … Continued
On today’s show: 0:08 – Josh Bivens (@joshbivens_DC), director of research at the Economic Policy Institute discusses the Fed rate hike and shares his thoughts on how corporate profits have contributed disproportionately to inflation. Read more on this here. 0:33 – California State Senator Nancy Skinner (@NancySkinnerCA) shares what our state is doing to respond … Continued
We speak with composer, pianist, and vocalist Samora Abayomi Pinderhughes about The Healing Project – YBCA. The Healing Project, fundamentally an abolitionist project that explores the structures of systemic racism — particularly the prison industrial complex — in the United States. Pinderhughes uses music, visual arts, film, and language as abolitionist action. The Healing Project takes multiple … Continued
Roots Kommunikations on (Occupied) Turtle Island with Selekta Lapulapu and Kru.
Playing nothing but the best music from artists all over the globe. Hosted by DJ CHILL STATIS.
Lowrider soul, with a mix of barrio oldies and raza knowledge.
Your cultural affairs radio magazine, produced by members and graduates of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program right here in Huichin, in that part of occupied Ohlone Territory known as Berkeley, California.
White disabled activists combating racism against the non-white disabled community is the topic of this edition of Pushing Limits radio program. Producer/host Eddie Ytuarte will interview Micah Peace, a co-coordinator of Disability SURJ, a chapter of the national organization Showing Up For Racial Justice. SURJ is “a national network of groups and individuals … Continued