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Best City Of Alameda podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best City Of Alameda podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Learn Haitian Creole Online + French with Haitian American Educator Joseph J. Charles, MS - Learn Creole Audio with Free Downloads of "Sa'k Pase? N'ap Boule Textbook" - Haitian Creole Podcast to Help Rebuild Haiti, Haitian Creole for Aid Workers, my Children, Doctors, Relief Workers, Missionaries, Haitian Quake Survivors, Speak Haitian Creole in No Time.
 
JON HAMMOND Instruments: Organ, Accordion, Piano, Guitar Attended: Berklee College of Music 1974, City College San Francisco Languages: English, German Musician: Jon Hammond is one of the premier B3 PLAYERS in the world. Jon has played professionally since age 12. Beginning as a solo accordionist, he later played Hammond B3 organ in a number of important San Francisco bands. His all original group HADES opened shows for Tower of Power, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Michael Bloomfield. Ed ...
 
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0:08 - Mel Reeves is Community Editor for Minnesota Spokesman Recorder, one of the oldest black newspapers in the country, and has helped organize protests after the police killing of George Floyd. He says unemployment among Black residents of Minneapolis is three times that of whites, and that a white police officer has never been indicted for kil…
 
0:08 - Facing bipartisan opposition, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi canceled a vote on a FISA bill late Wednesday night. John Nichols (@NicholsUprising [1]), national affairs correspondent for The Nation, joins us to discuss. 0:34 - Aric Steinberg is executive vice president of development and artist relations at the Sweet Relief musicians fund, which …
 
0:08 - How long will it take to develop a Covid-19 vaccine, and what can the public expect from the human vaccine trials underway right now? Art Reingold is the Division Head of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. 0:34 - There has been an explosion of Covid-19 cases in U.S. meatpacking plants among workers. Ty…
 
0:08 - Wilfred Chan (@wilfredchan [1]), contributing writer at the Nation and a founding member of leftist Hong Kong collective Lausan, talks about his new article for the Nation, "The Infinite Heartbreak of Loving Hong Kong." [2] China is expected to pass a new law criminalizing dissent in Hong Kong, an enormous setback for activists who have been…
 
0:08 - Mitch Jeserich, host of Letters and Politics [1], joins us for "Mondays with Mitch," talking about Mitch McConnell's re-election race, what might be in the next benefits package from Congress, the dropping of charges against Michael Flynn and more. 0:34 - Spotlight on UndocufundSF [2], which is granting needed funds to undocumented people wh…
 
0:08 - Governor Gavin Newsom has proposed closing the last three youth prisons in California, plus a youth prison firefighting camp. The facilities are infamous for their brutality and abuses against the children inside. We hear response from Daniel Macallair, who directs the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice [1] and is professor of adult and…
 
0:08 - Heidi Shierholz (@hshierholz [1]) is senior economist and director of policy at the Economic Policy Institute [2], and the former chief economist at the U.S. Department of Labor. 0:22 - Attorneys for McDonalds workers have filed lawsuits in Los Angeles and San Jose alleging unsafe working conditions, including workers being asked to reuse pe…
 
0:08 - Moment of silence for Stacey Park, who passed away Tuesday and was at the heart of disability justice organizing in the Bay Area, working with Sins Invalid, founding the Disability Justice Culture Club [1], campaigning to stop police terror, and fighting deadly PG&E shutoffs through the #PowerToLive campaign. Rest in power, Stacey. 0:09 - Sh…
 
0:08 - Texas began a new phase of reopening during Covid-19 on Monday, May 18, despite logging its single largest increase in cases just two days prior. We speak with R.G. Ratcliffe (@rgratcliffe [1]), writer at large for Texas Monthly magazine [2]. 0:19 - A new investigation [3] by journalist Aura Bogado (@aurabogado [4]) of Reveal [5]says the Off…
 
0:08 - Mondays with Mitch — Mitch Jeserich of Letters and Politics [1] joins Cat Brooks and Brian Edwards-Tiekert to talk abut the Senate's reauthorization of the PATRIOT Act, known now as the USA Freedom Act, to expand the widespread surveillance across the U.S. and allow the FBI to access browsing history without first obtaining a warrant. We als…
 
0:08 - South Africa is on a "Level 4" of a five-level emergency system, entering one of the world's strictest lockdowns. Lynsey Chutel is a journalist and television news producer based in Johannesburg, South Africa, and talks about how the country is slowly re-opening. The government also implemented an alcohol ban, Chutel says, both out of concer…
 
KPFA brings you a broadcast of the testimony [1] of Dr. Richard Bright to the U.S. House Health Subcommittee of the Energy & Commerce Committee. Bright testified that the Trump administration slowed acquisition of samples of the virus and hampered scientific study, and that he was removed from his position leading the development of a coronavirus v…
 
0:08 - The Supreme Court heard arguments in three cases on May 12 about whether President Trump's tax returns can be subpoenaed. We speak with Erwin Chemerinsky, a constitutional law scholar and dean of Berkeley Law [1]. 0:20 - California prisoners are continuing to perish from the coronavirus in crowded and unsafe conditions. In one women's prison…
 
Mitch Jeserich, Brian Edwards-Tiekert and Cat Brooks host live coverage from the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions May 12 hearing: "COVID-19: Safely Getting Back to Work and Back to School." [1] Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health, as well…
 
7:08 - Mitch Jeserich [1] of Letters & Politics [2] joins us for "Mondays with Mitch," talking with Brian and Cat about the Trump administration dropping charges against Michael Flynn, what to expect — if anything — from another congressional stimulus during Covid-19, and the Black New Deal [3]. 7:34 - A special COVID cooking lesson and interview w…
 
After Steve talked smack about his girlfriend during the shelter in place, she surprises him and talks smack back. Steve and Shawn add perspective to the shooting of a 33-year-old black man at Walmart by San Leandro Police. Meanwhile, how will Alameda County balance its $72 million deficit? And by popular demand, the results for the first quarter o…
 
Alameda Councilmember Jim Oddie joins Steve Tavares and Shawn Wilson discuss his profanity-laced comments against delaying the minimum wage in Alameda, and the island city's potentially grim budget outlook. And what about the time a constituent invited Jim to discuss city matters in her hot tub? Also, coronavirus conspiracy (Putin did it), and VP, …
 
Are Alameda County voters willing to increase the sales tax to help fund young children’s healthcare and education? That’s what drafters of Measure C want to know. If passed, Measure C — or the Care for Kids initiative — would raise the county’s sales tax by one-half of one percent. This would last for 20 years and generate about $150 million annua…
 
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