Join Sarah Holmes for a discussion of immune and respiratory health; how the plants can support us during the cold and flu and fire season.
The U.S. political and military intervention in Honduras can be accounted from the United Fruit company and the exploitation of resources in the “bananeras” or plantations; to the use of the Honduran territory for military purposes: to maintain control of the region, to overthrow a democratic elected president in Guatemala in the 1950’s; and to overthrow … Continued
Rep. Ro Khanna: By Blocking Yemen Resolution, House GOP Is Abdicating Its Duty to Decide War & Peace; “He Was a Protector”: Remembering Jemel Roberson, 26-Year-Old Chicago Security Guard Slain by Police; Vermont Immigrant Rights Group Sues ICE for Monitoring, Infiltrating & “Hunting Down” Organizers.
In today’s Open Book segment Nina Serrano interviews a mother and daughter writing team, Dena and Becky Taylor about their unique work, “Tell Me The Number Before Infinity.” The book is the story of raising a disabled child with cerebral palsy from the perspectives of the parent, Dena, and the child, Becky. Both authors are … Continued
NY Politician: We Need to Block $3 Billion Handout for Amazon & Use Money to Forgive Student Debt; As Jeff Bezos Earns $191K Per Minute, Why Are NY & VA Giving Amazon $3 Billion in Corporate Welfare? Advocates: Trump Creating Border Crisis by Pitting Troops Against Women & Children Fleeing Violence.
On todays show well cover the brutal US-Saudi war in Yemen that has received so little media attention. Our guest Isa Blumi will explain what is happening in the port-city of Hodeidah, how bad the famine is, and what is needed to end the war. Then well tackle a number of climate-related stories including Californias … Continued
With Ian Masters
With Jerry Quickly and Greg Palast
Alan Watts Collection
7AM Margaret Prescod 8AM Sonali Kolhatkar Rising Up with Sonali