Womens Magazine

Womens Magazine – May 4, 2015

Women Bearing Brunt of the Earthquake in Nepal Dr. Renu Adhikari talks about the disparate impact of natural disasters on women, and how we can help make sure that the needs and voices of Nepali women are included in the reconstruction efforts.  Dr. Adhikari is an OB/GYN and founder of the Women’s Rehabilitation Center, a … Continued


As some US media re-engage the drone debate, the discussion is over how and where drones should be used—not whether they should be. Plus: Honduran indigenous rights leader Berta Caceres and the group COPINH are fighting not just governments but some of the world’s most powerful corporations to protect their land and livelihood.


Against the Grain

Going to Waste

Prodigious amounts of usable and edible waste are produced by commercial enterprises. They, and the capitalist system, try to keep that waste out of public view. Alex Barnard and Marie Mourad discuss the politics of waste and describe efforts, by freegans and Disco Soupe and others, to recover and reclaim and, in some cases, live … Continued


Democracy Now 9am (rebroadcast)

Democracy Now – April 29, 2015

“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


Democracy Now 6am

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