Go with the flow reggae music mix.
Exploring a variety of textures with a cross pollination of jazz, world, and Latin influences, hosted by Avotcja.
A weekly Latino affairs magazine program with a local and international focus, highlighting the social, political and cultural events affecting the Latino community.
Day two of confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsch. He’s pressed on abortion, torture and whether corporations have the same free speech rights as people. Donald Trump pays a rare visit to Capitol Hill to rally wavering Republicans ahead of Thursday’s scheduled vote to overturn the Affordable Care Act and put in … Continued
Today on Flashpoints: Former Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide narrowly escapes an assassination attempt that leaves two wounded. We’ll take a close look at what happened and who may have been on the trigger-side of the barrel gunning for Aristide. And it looks like war and more war for the US as the neocons have … Continued
We speak with Professor Emerita Marjorie Cohn about Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil M. Gorsuch.
Covering issues facing working people and the trade union movement from education, healthcare, housing, the environment and public workers. It also examines the role of international labor and the US trade union movement
Culture critic Jennifer Stone’s commentary on social justice as reflected in film, television, theatre and mass media: the Zeitgeist watch.
A syndicated hour long radio program on science, technology, politics, and the environment, hosted by Dr. Michio Kaku.
Health educators Layna Berman and Jeffry Fawcett, PhD discuss six medical myths. Visit Your Own Health And Fitness
For the last forty years, unions and the left more broadly have been in decline. Clearly the business class went on the offensive during this time, but is that the whole story? Veteran organizer Jane McAlevey argues that the left abandoned deep organizing just at the moment when the right was organizing its grassroots, and … Continued
The cultural, the intellectual, the political, the spiritual—and the silly. Life as we know it, fear it, love it, question it, live it. Hosted by Kris Welch.
Mitch Jeserich interviews Jack Weatherford, a renowned anthropologist and author of the book Genghis Khan and the Quest for Religious Freedom, as well as many other books about Mongolia. In 2006, he was awarded the Order of the Polar Star, Mongolia’s highest national honor for foreigners.
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch is heading back to Capitol Hill today for a second day of confirmation hearings. For analysis we speak with Ian Millhiser, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress Action Fund and editor of ThinkProgress Justice. His recent piece is headlined “The Judge Gorsuch who spoke in the Senate today is … Continued
A daily digest of independent news analysis, investigation, education, artistic expression, and activism in the public interest, emphasizing the connection between global issues and those in local communities. Hosted by Sonali Kolhatkar.
On Today’s show Cat Brookes interviews Thomas Donnelly, Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies at the National Constitution Center, on Judge Neil Gorsuch Confirmation Hearing to the Supreme Court. Then, Mitch Jeserich discusses Eugenics with Dawn Sinclair Shapiro, filmmaker of the documentary The State of Eugenics. Source Image: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Neil_Gorsuch_February_2017.jpg
Democracy Now! is a daily independent award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
Eclectic musical choices free of genre boundaries, including spoken word, featured editorials, and informative news. Hosted by Lewis Sawyer and Chuck Scurich.
Music of the The Great Jazz Legends, with Alex Danzler