Talkies

Vietnam, Agent Orange! Souls of Poor Folk!

Fifty years later, babies in Vietnam are still being born disabled by U.S.-sprayed Agent Orange.  We hear what’s being done to take responsibility.  PLUS: a new report from the Institute for Policy Studies analyzes the deep roots and eternal impacts of poverty in the U.S.  We talk with Phyllis Bennis.  With host Kris Welch.


Trump’s Deal That “Saved Jobs” at Carrier Based on a $7 Million Tax Break & Reduced Regulations; Expert on Trump Business Conflicts: “There are Hard Ethical Questions in Life. This Not One of Them”; Bankers Behind “Great Foreclosure Machine” Join Trump’s Cabinet as Treasury & Commerce Secretaries; Can the U.S. Detain Immigrants Indefinitely? Supreme Court … Continued


Trump’s Deal That “Saved Jobs” at Carrier Based on a $7 Million Tax Break & Reduced Regulations; Expert on Trump Business Conflicts: “There are Hard Ethical Questions in Life. This Not One of Them”; Bankers Behind “Great Foreclosure Machine” Join Trump’s Cabinet as Treasury & Commerce Secretaries; Can the U.S. Detain Immigrants Indefinitely? Supreme Court … Continued


Womens Magazine

Womens Magazine – July 11, 2016

Robin Bradford discusses her play, Low Hanging Fruit, about four women veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, who are living in a homeless encampment on LA’s Skid Row. It’s playing now through July 30 at Z Below in San Francisco. Production company 3Girls Theatre is partnering with North Beach Citizens, Compass Family Services, San … Continued


Host Antonia Juhasz is joined in studio by anti-war veterans with Iraq Veterans Against the War, Shawna Foster and Derek Matthews, who share their stories about organizing against hate and Islamophobia in the 2016 Presidential election with the #VetsVsHate campaign. And, having participated in the COP21 UN Climate Agreement negotiations in Paris in December with … Continued


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