Renowned peace activist Kathy Kelly, just out of federal prison and on her way to Afghanistan, stops in to talk about her activist journey and the connections between mass incarceration, drone warfare, police killings, climate justice and smoking. Kathy is the co-coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence.
Listen to the full 40-minute discussion with Kathy Kelly (bonus coverage).
In the second half, a discussion about the reality of maintaining a family farm, with Nancy Prebilich, the subject of the new film ON HER OWN, will change the way you think about your food supply. The film documents Nancy’s struggle, along with her sister, niece and nephews, to hold onto the life their family lived for five generations. Filmmaker Morgan Schmidt-Feng also joins the discussion. The film shows at docfest on June 7 and 14.
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