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The Grassroots View

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The Grassroots View

European Economic and Social Committee, via EuroPod

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The Grassroots view, the new podcast series launched by the European Economic and Social Committee (https://www.eesc.europa.eu/) (EESC), explores the hot topics everyone seems to be debating these days in Europe, but it does so from a civil society perspective, bringing testimonies from actors on the ground and accounts from EESC members who represent their interests in Brussels. A podcast member of EuroPod: https://www.bullemedia.eu/europod See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info ...
 
The Valley Labor Report is a weekly talk radio show from Huntsville Alabama hosted by David Story and Jacob Morrison. We focus on organized labor, worker, civil and human rights. The show airs every Saturday from 9:30AM – 11AM on WVNN 92.5 FM. We cover local, state, and national news for workers, by workers. The hosts hope specifically to educate the audience about the power they have through organizing and solidarity. You can support this show through the following links: http://patreon.com ...
 
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Homecoming

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The Homecoming Podcast

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Welcome to Homecoming, a podcast that features the diverse stories, experiences, and insights of Asian, Asian American, and mixed heritage Asian folks. I'm your host, Angelreana, an Asian American college student trying to understand and process this crazy world we live in. Each week, I'll bring on guests to discuss topics like affirmative action, international politics, being Asian and LGBTQ+, interracial solidarity, and everything in between. New episodes out every Saturday! Support this p ...
 
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CAAT Podcast

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Campaign Against Arms Trade

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Campaign Against Arms Trade is a UK-based organisation working to end the international arms trade. The arms business has a devastating impact on human rights and security, and damages economic development. Large scale military procurement and arms exports only reinforce a militaristic approach to international problems.
 
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AirGo

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AirGo

Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger

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Subscribe on Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/airgo/id1016530091 A radio show, podcast, and radical media hub reshaping Chicago and beyond for the more equitable and creative. Listen to longform humanizing conversations with artists, organizers, performers, comedians, scholars, and more who are reimagining Chicago and beyond toward liberation. Hosted by Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger.
 
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The Social Entrepreneurship Diaries

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The Social Entrepreneurship Diaries

Andreia Barbosa, SE.lab, EMES Research Network and Impact Hub Amsterdam

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The Social Entrepreneurship Diaries is a podcast about social entrepreneurship, focusing on European practices and research. In Europe, there is a fascinating diversity within the Third Sector / Social Economy / Solidarity Economy / Social Enterprise and Social Innovation fields. Andreia Barbosa, a journalist and writer in quest of ideas for sustainable, ecological and inclusive ways of life, brings you a personal account of her discoveries in these fields. Co-produced by SE.lab, EMES Intern ...
 
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Umeeda Switlo

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CUSO and VSO Canada have merged to form CUSO-Voluntary Service Overseas, one of North America's largest international development organizations that works through volunteers. The two agencies joined forces to more effectively work towards our vision of a world without poverty or injustice. The act of volunteering can be transformative for both the overseas communities and the volunteers themselves. That's why CUSO-VSO believes we are changing the world, one volunteer at a time. As a strength ...
 
Meant to be Eaten looks at cross-cultural exchange in food and contemporary media. What determines “authenticity”? What, if anything, gets lost in translation when cooking foods from another’s culture? First-generation Chinese host, Coral Lee, looks at how American culture figures forth in less-than mainstream ways, in less-than expected places.
 
A business and lifestyle podcast providing helpful tips, different perspectives, and unique stories by interviewing everyday people from all generations. Each week, we explore new topics as we attempt to answer the question, “How far are you willing to expand the horizons of your thinking and actively seek out discomfort to create a happy and healthy life for yourself?”. (https://linktr.ee/UnmutedGenerations)
 
A behind-the-scenes look at the stories behind the stories from the CTV Vancouver newsroom. Penny Daflos discusses the stressful, inspiring, irritating and heartbreaking moments that never make it on TV in unfiltered conversations with her colleagues – including other reporters, anchors, videographers, technicians and producers who battle the clock each day to make deadline.
 
VEDENGA ROJAVA - ECHOES OF THE RESISTANCE An internationalists radio project bringing an inside look into Afrin resistance. Revolutionaries from different parts of the world organized in different collectives and organizations in Rojava found an importance to come together and launch an audio project focused on the peoples resistance against an invasion of Afrin canton carried by the fascist state of Turkey and its jihadist proxies. Our aim is to spread an awareness of this historical event ...
 
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Listen to the Sat. Oct. 16, 2021 edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program features our PANW report with dispatches on the demonstrations in Sudan demanding the resignation of the interim Transitional Sovereign Council (TSC); the Central African Republic…
 
For more than two years, a UN-appointed team of 59 people has been collecting and analyzing more than two million pieces of evidence about possible human rights violations in Myanmar. The team of professionals are formally known as the Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar, (IIMM) or Myanmar Mechanism, and was created in 2018 by the Human…
 
In this week’s show, just one in seven COVID cases is detected in Africa while deaths from another deadly disease – tuberculosis – rise for the first time in a decade, the World Health Organization tells us. An update too from Afghanistan, where the UN refugee agency is desperately worried about a lack of funds for lifesaving aid work – and plungin…
 
St. Petersburg-born Alina Pogostkina grew up in Germany and received violin lessons from her father Alexander Pogostkin. She studied with Antje Weithaas at Berlin’s Hochschule für Musik ‘Hanns Eisler’, and baroque violin with Reinhard Goebel. In 2018, following her desire to further explore the spiritual aspect of music, she created ‘Mindful Music …
 
Climate Changemakers is back for Season 2! And this year, hosts Damon and Kiss are reaching beyond Illinois and talking with environmental justice movement workers from across the land about what ideas guide their work, which strategies have been effective, and what advice they have for Elevate as the organization works to put people and the planet…
 
It’s not very often at the UN that we get the chance to talk to talented musicians whose work can help to promote the Organization’s goals of peace, human rights and development; but that’s exactly what happened when Mali songwriter Vieux Farka Touré agreed to tell us all about his brand new composition, A Song For The Sahel. In partnership with th…
 
Solidarity 609, 13 October 2021 part 3 of 3 pages 12 to 17. Articles may include:Women's Fightback: Anti-vaxxers harm pregnant peopleIssues behind CWU conferenceMore legal agonies for LabourCroydon goes for mayor-powerSupport Facebook cleaners, 15 OctoberIndian farmers killed on protestsDiary of an engineer: The other side of the blockadeThe black …
 
Solidarity 609, 13 October 2021, part 2 of 3, pages 7 to 11. Articles may include:Haitian revolution vs British empireBritain's Caribbean troopsTrade union struggle and political struggle - an interview with John McDonnellDo not "defend David Miller"Sam Farber, the Third Camp and CubaMore online: https://workersliberty.org/publications/solidarity/s…
 
Solidarity 609, 13 October 2021, part 1 of 3, pages 1 to 6. Articles may include:High wages? Start with strong unionsNew Zealand readjusts on CovidNHS and council pay: organising to winMI becomes "Labour Left Internationalists"Leftists who agree with Johnson?PR as code for Lib-Dem coalitionItaly: complete the anti-fascist revolutionIn defence of "G…
 
When he went to school for the first time, five-year-old Kailash Satyarthi saw a child cobbler, sitting outside the school gate. Seeing the impoverished boy having to work and unable to go to class, gave him a new perspective, and set him on the road to becoming a passionate child rights advocate. Kailash Satyarthi has been at the forefront of the …
 
The most important action the world can take to tackle the climate crisis is to quickly decarbonize every mode of transportation on earth, according to one determined expert, starting with buses. Alex Mitchell, Senior Vice President of Unlocking Innovation at the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator, and author of the newsletter, Sustainable Mobility, s…
 
Solidarity 608, 6 October 2021, part 3 of 3, pages 12 to 17. Articles may include:NHS pay: move to formal ballots!Vote Martin Powell-Davies in NEU!UCU victory in LiverpoolDavid Miller and Bristol UniversityCWU to debate Labour linksCouncil pay: campaign for strikesDiary of an engineer: The language they understoodKino Eye: Greek refugee experienceR…
 
Solidarity 608, 6 October 2021, part 2 of 3, pages 8 to 11. Articles may include:After Labour conferenceWhat Labour conference demanded"For a Socialist Green New Deal!"Starmer's attacks on Labour democracyInterview with Billy Hayes: Time for socialism, time for PRUnison activists protest against stitch-upThe World Transformed: scratching the surfac…
 
Solidarity 608, 6 October 2021, part 1 of 3, pages 1 to 7. Articles may include:For conference policies, against StarmerCovid: jab speed-up needed worldwideItalian GKN workers’ resistance shows the wayHong Kong workers will rise againLessons for HK solidarity from 1 OctoberHelping Len rewrite his history"Blockers" and age of consentDraft Angela Ray…
 
This week, Bob Glauber joins the show to discuss the new book that he co-wrote with Keyshawn Johnson, The Forgotten First. Such an informative interview, you don’t want to miss it! Bob Glauber Twitter: @BobGlauber https://www.powells.com/book/the-forgotten-first-9781538705483 Zirin, Crisis in the National Women’s Soccer League: A Story of Predation…
 
Listen to the Sun. Oct. 10, 2021 special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program features our regular PANW report with dispatches on the denial by the Ethiopian government over false allegations made by the United States based CNN television station; A…
 
Listen to the workshop of activists and organizers from across the country strategizing, sharing experiences, evaluating tactics, and making connections with others passionate about increasing the power of tenants and making decent housing a right. Transcript forthcoming! Learn more about the participating organizations: KC Tenants: KC Tenants figh…
 
In this week’s show, a UN-led push to get more COVID vaccines into lots more arms all over the world, Afghanistan reaches a new ‘depth of destitution’ and an alert in northern Mozambique over the indoctrination of children by insurgents. Plus, the latest on the situation inside Syria, from Paolo Pinheiro, chair of the UN-appointed International Com…
 
AirGo is sharing the Aux and spreading the love to some of Chicago's best DJs on Cottage Groove! Each month, a different guest DJ will share an original mix featuring a combo of artists from the city and sounds from across the globe, right here on AirGo.This mix is from Sadie Woods. Sadie is an award winning post-disciplinary artist, independent cu…
 
The Valley Labor Report is currently on hiatus and will soon return to the radio, YouTube, Patreon, and your favorite podcast source. ✦ LINKS ✦ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheValleyLaborReport ✦ ABOUT ✦ The Valley Labor Report is the only union talk radio show in Alabama. The show covers local, state, and national news with an emphasis on th…
 
Kaylee Werner was a teenager when a gunman attacked the Tree of Life Synagogue in the US city of Pittsburgh, on October 27, 2018. It was the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in the nation’s history, with 11 people killed and nine injured. Kaylee, who is Jewish, wasn’t at the synagogue that day, but she bears the scars: one of her relatives …
 
Three years after being appointed by the Secretary-General, the Force Commander for the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) ended his tour of duty just a few days ago. Lieutenant General Dennis Gyllenspore, from Sweden, led over 13,000 women and men, often in challenging conditions. Among the difficult tasks he fa…
 
This week I give my take on the vaccine wars in the NBA. It’s a thorny subject and I break it down. Also we have Jake’s Takes as my kid will tell you who will win this week’s NFL games. All this and more on this week’s show! Zirin, Being “Pro NBA Player” Means Being Pro-Vaccine https://www.thenation.com/article/society/vaccine-mandate-lebron-nba/ —…
 
Listen to the Sun. Oct. 3, 2021 special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program features our PANW report with dispatches on the expulsion of seven United Nations officials from the Horn of Africa state of Ethiopia; Kenya is facing a drought where an es…
 
Listen to the Sat. Oct. 2, 2021 edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program will feature several speeches delivered at the United Nations General Assembly 76th Session held during the late Sept. A debate among the representatives of over 100 nations provid…
 
When David Gressly, the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen, called for $3.85 billion from international donors to avoid a point of no return in March, he said that “Yemen can’t wait”. Five months on, some $2 billion has been received, averting the immediate risk of famine, but leaving significant gaps in desperately needed areas, su…
 
In this week’s show, the UN’s top humanitarian official says that famine is likely happening in Ethiopia’s Tigray, while food waste and poor diets continue to handicap millions of children worldwide, the Food and Agriculture Organization says. We’ll also hear from an Afghan political activist who's speaking up for women's rights after the Taliban t…
 
Conditions on the ground are dire for the thousands of Haitian migrants being forced to return to their homeland from the Americas, many of them “empty handed”, and bewildered. That’s according to Giuseppe Loprete, chief of the International Organization for Migration's (IOM) Mission in Haiti, who told UN News that around 5,500 people have been for…
 
✦ LINKS ✦ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheValleyLaborReport ✦ ABOUT ✦ The weekly Valley Labor Report radio program is currently on hiatus and will return soon. Adam explains the hiatus in TVLR Episode 85. The Valley Labor Report is the only union talk radio show in Alabama. The show covers local, state, and national news with an emphasis on t…
 
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