SXSW Part 2 Entrevistas con la banda mexicana Apolo y con los chilenos Adelaida. Información sobre las actividades de la Caravana 43 en la Bahía
Today’s music segment features an interview with Austin, Texas based musician Abram Shook followed by his latest single “Understood”. Also including music by experimental band Aloa Input from Germany, Los Angeles’ group Mini Mansions’ latest single featuring vocals from Alex Turner of Arctic Monkeys and Inner Oceans from Denver, Colorado. With Host Greg Garza.
The Blues: Afro-American roots art form
Nomi Prins spells it out: Wall Street and the White House, an old and increasingly toxic relationship. PLUS David Carle (“Introduction to California Water”) tells us about the drought, and the emergency measures announced this week. AND the International Buddhist Film Festival starts next week. With host Kris Welch.
Former Iranian Ambassador: Historic Nuclear Deal has Prevented a New War in the Middle East; George Takei: LGBT Protections Still Needed Despite Amended Indiana, Arkansas Religious Freedom Laws; Star Trek’s George Takei on Leonard Nimoy: He Represented the Best of an Inclusive American Society; 147 Killed at Kenyan University, Deadliest Al-Shabab Attack Since Kenya’s 2011 Invasion of Somalia. … Continued
Lunar Eclipse Easter Radio: Let war be eclipsed by cooperation with Nature’s guiding symmetrical ingenuity. Caroline hosts long-time ally Green Permaculture-Distillation Wizard David Blume: “house your friends and feed enemies.” (We will delineate.) www.blumedistillation.com www.alcoholcanbeagas.com “David Blume, researcher, author, farmer and alcohol fuel pioneer first began to work on the puzzle of how to broadly … Continued
A conversation with Abdi Samatar, Professor of Geography at the University of Minnesota, about Islamist militant group Al-Shabaab. And Tom Burgis, author of the new book The Looting Machine: Warlords, Oligarchs, Corporations, Smugglers, and the Theft of Africa’s Wealth.
The president of the Service Employees International Union joins us for a sweeping conversation about organizing in an age of backlash, and the debates and changes within one of this country’s largest unions. Plus: Governor Brown issues sweeping new water restrictions for golf courses, highway medians, local water agencies . . . pretty much everyone … Continued
Richard Moore was one of the original founders of listener-supported KPFA and Pacifica Foundation along with Lewis Hill and Eleanor McKinney. On April 15th 1949, Moore was the presenter of the first program on KPFA’s air: Anglo-American Folk Ballads. Moore was a published poet and a close associate of Kenneth Rexroth’s intellectual circle in San … Continued