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The Visionary Activst Show – Mythic News of Now: The Return of Persephone

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Mythic News of Now: The Return of Persephone – Night Blooming Cereus be stronger than War Beauty Poker: “Remember when life gives you demons – make demonade.” (Liz Sandford) Caroline co-riffs with herself (The talk given on the night of the Equinox), scouting reports from the Peoples Climate March, New Moon, anniversary of Neptune’s discovery … Continued


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Making Contact – Buying Power: Corporate Money in Politics

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It began with an on-air rant by CNBC commentator Rick Santelli. It became a major  political movement, with elected representatives on Capitol Hill. The Tea Party has come a long way, but who’s really behind it?  On this edition: how some of America’s largest corporations are using grassroots movements to influence law makers. We hear … Continued


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Making Contact – Drones: A New Death From Above

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It’s being sold as a cleaner way to wage war. But unmanned military drones are wreaking havoc in Pakistan, Afghanistan and elsewhere.  On this edition, we bring you voices from Pakistan of families destroyed by drone strikes.  And we hear from Medea Benjamin and other activists who are working to build a global movement against … Continued


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The Visionary Activist – Economic-Ecological Democracy! Biocracy -everyone’s participation required now!

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Caroline welcomes the return of Ellen LaConte (with whom she will be teaching at The Great Mother Conference June 2-10th) author of great book: “Life Rules: Why so much is going wrong everywhere at once and how Life teaches us to fix it!” as we animate the crucial art of magnetizing the story of dire … Continued


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Making Contact – How to Occupy the Economy: According to Richard Wolff

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Occupy Wall Street has changed the conversation about the distribution of wealth, and an economic framework which for decades, has been taken for granted.  So what now?  What policy changes and initiatives should the movement be pushing for?  On this edition, University of Massachusetts at Amherst emeritus economics professor Richard Wolff speaks about some of … Continued


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