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You Can Replace Property, You Can’t Replace a Life

“You Can Replace Property, You Can’t Replace a Life”: Voices of the Unheard in the Baltimore Streets; Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom Marks 100th Anniversary as War Rages on Worldwide; Japan Agrees to New Military Cooperation Plan with United States Despite Its Pacifist Constitution; From Police Violence to Boko Haram, African Activist Says … Continued


Baltimore declares a state of emergency after violent clashes follow the funeral for Freddie Gray — the young black man who died of spinal injuries apparently inflicted in police custody. We’ll talk to an investigative reporter who’s done a sweeping investigation of police violence there. But first: the Supreme Court takes up arguments in a … Continued


Right Weight

4/28 Layna Berman discusses the complex issues that impact metabolic function and disruption.


No to Violence, Yes to Dialogue: Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Mairead Maguire on Path to Peace Today; Liberian Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Leymah Gbowee: How a Sex Strike Propelled Men to Refuse War; Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Launches Campaign to Stop Killer Robots After Winning Ban on Landmines; Nobel Laureates Call on “Militaristic” United States … Continued


Public Education on the Hot Seat with Ken Yale, a professional educator with 11 years as a leadership and equity coach & facilitator, and Louis Freedberg, Executive Director of EdSource; and “The Tenderloin: Sex, Crime and Resistance in the Heart of San Francisco” with Randy Shaw, author and executive director of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic.


On today’s episode of Indie Landscapes, we feature music from a recently formed group signed to record label Female Fantasy titled Lace Curtains, the psychedelic pop writer Jacco Gardner signed to Polyvinyl Records, a trio from Los Angeles who call themselves Mini Mansions, a four piece band based out of Mebourne, Australia who go by … Continued