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Weaving Voices

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Weaving Voices is a Whetstone Radio Collective podcast that stitches textile systems and traditions, economic philosophy, and climate science into a quilt of understanding. Designed to transform our thinking and actions both as citizens and material culture makers and users. You can learn more about this podcast at WhetstoneRadio.com, on Twitter @whetstoneradio, on Tiktok and Instagram @whetstonemedia and subscribe to our Spotify and Youtube channel, Whetstone Media, for more podcast content ...
 
The Kitchen Sisters Present… Stories from the b-side of history. Lost recordings, hidden worlds, people possessed by a sound, a vision, a mission. The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music. From powerhouse NPR producers The Kitchen Sisters (The Keepers, Hidden Kitchens, The Hidden World of Girls, The Sonic Memorial Project, Lost & Found Sound, and Fugitive Waves). "The Kitchen Sisters have done some of best radio stories ever broadcast" —Ira G ...
 
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Radical activist citizen journalism. A weekly radio programme on RTRFM (92.1FM), a community radio station based in Perth, the capital city of Western Australia. We bring an independent perspective to the analysis of news and issues and provide a forum for activists, campaigners, academics, advocates and workers denied a voice by the mainstream media. Covering indigenous issues, post-capitalist/anti-capitalist analysis, refugee rights, antifa and all the important environmental, economic and ...
 
Climate justice. System change. Grassroots movement-building. Fun! For all the latest on what's going on in the Friends of the Earth network across Europe, subscribe on iTunes/wherever you download podcasts. Friends of the Earth Europe gratefully acknowledges financial assistance European Commission (LIFE programme). More detailed information on our funding can be found on our website.
 
If we want to avert the worst impacts of a climate crisis, who’s going to get us there? And how are they going to do it? Meet the people helping us navigate our way to a better future. Who’s Gonna Save Us? is a co-production of ABC Science and triple j Hack. Host: Jo Lauder Series Producer: Cheyne Anderson Executive Producer (audio): Joel Werner Executive Producer (digital): Clare Blumer Sound engineer: Hamish Camilleri
 
Marita Noon Since accepting the position of Executive Director for the Albuquerque-based Citizens’ Alliance for Responsible Energy (CARE) in 2007, Marita’s influence has grown beyond the borders of New Mexico. Her commentaries on energy, politics and their impact on the economy are read by thousands of people each week on many online commentary sites and in newspapers from coast-to-coast. She’s written more on Obama’s green-energy crony-corruption scandal than any other single entity. Marita ...
 
The Ecopolitics Podcast is a 16-episode audio series offering core content for university students studying environmental politics in Canada. The show is created and co-hosted by Dr. Ryan Katz-Rosene (University of Ottawa) and Dr. Peter Andrée (Carleton University), and funded by the Shared Online Projects Initiative. All episodes are freely available for use under a Creative Commons Licence 4.0 (CC BY-NC-ND). Instructors and students of environmental politics everywhere are invited to use t ...
 
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As climate advocates, we need to articulate what it is we are fighting for. What is the world we want to create? Engaging our imagination is essential to stirring up the kind of hope and excitement that inspires others to action. In this episode of Citizens’ Climate Radio, three guests join us to help unleash our imagination potential: Hannah Picka…
 
Scientists Jonathan Napier and Cathie Martin remember when they needed armed guards and high fences to protect their genetic experiments. But the rules around genetically modified crops are rapidly changing. What could this mean for your dinner plate? (REPEAT)By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
Following the Congress-led coup against leftist President Pedro Castillo in early December, a huge protest movement has erupted in Peru, calling for the resignation of Castillo’s replacement, his own Vice-President Dina Boluarte, and a new round of elections. Alex Whisson had the opportunity to speak to Sydney-based Peruvian community organiser, Le…
 
After two years of occupying a village in Lutzerath, Germany, tens of thousands of climate activists have faced off against the full force of the German state, resulting in hundreds of arrests. Indymedia's Raymond Grenfell speaks to Luka Scott, a spokesperson for Ende Gelaende, a grassroots environmental organisation that has been campaigning again…
 
A pair of twin girls is born in the late 1980s and their mother, Chris, is told a series of ‘facts’ about them.Each born with their own placenta, Chris is told it’s extremely unlikely that her twins are identical, but, if they were, they’d be a perfect DNA match. She’s also told that her daughters have a much higher likelihood as adults of conceivi…
 
In 2015 we presented this story about Curtis Carroll, the Stock Market Wizard of San Quentin. Everyone in San Quentin called him Wall Street. He was teaching his fellow prisoners about stocks and had become an informal financial adviser to fellow inmates and correctional officers. After serving 27 years of a 54 years to life sentence in prison, Cur…
 
Science journalist, biologist, podcaster, teacher and activist Dr Ilya Kolmanovsky is a superstar science communicator.He hosts one of the biggest Russian language podcasts. Bigger than podcasts on sex or politics.But he's no stranger to the brutality of Russia's political leadership.Now, with Putin's violent invasion of Ukraine and as a new Iron C…
 
Leading computer scientist and co-founder of Black in A.I, Dr Timnit Gebru, was hired by Google to co-lead its Ethical AI team with another tech industry trailblazer Dr Margaret Mitchell.The team investigated the ethics of artificial intelligence to understand and prevent its potential harms.Timnit was the first Black woman the company had employed…
 
Since the devastating 2019 fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, the ringing of the cathedral’s bells has ceased. Sound artist, Bill Fontana, known for his sound sculptures of Golden Gate Bridge, temple bells in Kyoto, and trees in Sequoia National Forest, creates a new work giving voice to the silenced bells of Notre Dame. To create his new work,…
 
What does it take to reimagine your life?In this occasional Science Friction series, scientists who end-up their lives and strip themselves of their professional identity to become artists.Kolkata-born engineer Nishant Jain flew in the face of expectations, threw in a PhD in biomechanics, and reinvented himself as a cartoonist, writer, and self-tau…
 
Sammy Oteng is a Kantamanto Market organizer in Accra Ghana. The market is a 28 acre site, historically created by the people of Ghana to repurpose and reuse materials. Since the onset of fast fashion, the marketplace has become a dumping ground for the waste of the Global North. In a country of 2 million, the marketplace is cycling orders of magni…
 
In this episode we look at climate stories that reveal the impacts of climate solutions. There are three different types of Climate Solution Impact stories you can tell.1. The Current Solution Success Story2. The Future Solution Success Story3. The Solution Motivation StoryRead a full transcript of this episode: https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/t6sa…
 
It started with an idea.Then came the university car park full of tonnes of fish heads.Now this extraordinary 20-something couple have deployed a mighty maggot army to turn 50 tonnes of food waste a week into … well, you'll want to listen to find out.A story of science, ingenuity, and revolution.We throw out a third of the food we produce, and the …
 
Ground building legislation was passed in 2021 to protect the California garment worker community from the “piece rate”, otherwise known as life threatening wages. We’ll talk to the Executive Director of the Garment Worker Center, an organization that worked with the affected community to design and push the law into place. Weaving Voices is part o…
 
Over 7000 hours of interviews, oral histories, songs, field recordings, along with photographs, notebooks, journals, and research material created by The Kitchen Sisters has recently been acquired by The Library of Congress where it will be preserved and made accessible to researchers, students, other producers and the general public into the futur…
 
Plastic textiles are flowing and shedding into our soils, oceans and bodies. The reality of 60 percent of our clothing being plastic is that the lint that our textiles produce ends up where we least want it to be— and that includes our biosphere, oceans and soils. We're permeating our ecosystems with a material that microbes can't eat. Dr. Timnit K…
 
Queer Youth Event, Glitter Nova, was cancelled last Thursday after safety threats from a Neo Nazi group.The event, which was organised by @stronningtonyouthservices and the council will be postponed to another date; however, was canceling the right option?While the event was cancelled, 200+ showed up in solidarity, including Drag performers and com…
 
Murrawah Johnson from Youth Verdict spoke to Indymedia about their landmark win in the Queensland Land court. The case, which ruled in favour of rejecting Waratah Coal / Clive Palmers coal mine, is an amazing step forward for not only preservation of environment and country, but for First Nations connection to it. Murrawah explains how they won, an…
 
The long prison sentence given to Sydney climate protester Deanna 'Violet' Coco for blocking traffic on the Sydney Harbour bridge has surprised many, including her fellow protester Jay, who spent 42 days under house arrest. Are new laws suppressing fundamental human rights to protest, or a proportionate response to disruptive blockades?Note: Since …
 
For thousands of years to the present, the Indonesian archipelago textile communities have been producing intricately complex textiles— woven with yarns dyed in morinda root, indigo and hundreds of other dye plant recipes. In this interview with William Ingram, co-founder of Threads of Life, we discuss the plants, processes and non-material dimensi…
 
Edmond Richardson is an audio producer for Uncuffed, a KALW podcast produced by people in prison. Recently, Edmond and his love, Avelina, got married inside San Quentin and Uncuffed produced this story. The Kitchen Sisters are great admirers of KALW’s Uncuffed podcast and are proud to share this story. KALW, San Francisco, has led rehabilitative cl…
 
Clinton Fernandes is an author, a former intelligence officer on the Indonesia desk for the Australian Army, and currently a Professor of International and Political Studies at UNSW Canberra. He spoke to Alex Whisson to discuss his latest book, Sub-Imperial Power: Australia in the International Arena, published by Melbourne University Press.…
 
On Friday 25th November, after many twists and turns in a fiercely fought campaign for better wages and conditions, Western Australian nurses went out on strike. It was the first strike by Western Australian nurses since 1998, one held, remarkably, in defiance of an Industrial Relations Commission order, the same industrial umpire, so-called, which…
 
We make machines, but do our machines make us? And who's in control really? Superstar anthropologist, technologist, futurist, cyberneticist, and Silicon Valley insider Genevieve Bell and guests talk machines, minds and messing with the code to make the world so much better.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
In this interview with Jay and Nikyle Begay and Zefren Anderson, we learn about the long arc of relationship between the Dine and the Churro Sheep. Beyond the narratives promulgated by colonization about when this relationship began, we dive into a landscape of relationships held together by mutual care and exchange between shepherds and sheep. The…
 
In this episode of Citizens Climate Radio we will consider stories that focus on the impacts of climate change. These include incidents of extreme weather, and stories of changes you have witnessed over time and the ways these changes affect you and everything and everyone you love. Plus you will hear one climate solution story from the future. Mos…
 
If the universe began with a big bang, how will it end? This question has suddenly got very personal for acclaimed science poet Alicia Sometimes.Physicists have got some hair-raising ideas, from the Big Crunch to the Big Rip. The personal, the poetic, and the physical of endings this week on Science Friction.Hear Part 1: What Came Before the Big Ba…
 
Four thousand meters above the sea, Andean mountain communities have been living with alpaca for thousands of years. Small flock shepherding is a long-held way of life, one that our guest, Mauricio Nunez, is working diligently to see flourish and sustain. He leads the Andean Pastoralist Livelihood Initiative, a multi-stakeholder project that lifts …
 
While in Australia for the International Trade Union Confederation World Congress, currently being held in Melbourne, Deputy Chairperson of the Independent Mineworkers Union of Ukraine, Nataliya Levytska, spoke to Alex Whisson about the immense difficulties of carrying on her work in conditions of war and privation.…
 
Should solving climate change be left to politicians? What if YOU could drive policy without ever running for an election?WHO'S GONNA SAVE US? is an ABC podcast about the people who are trying to map out a better future in the face of the climate crisis.France gave so-called 'deliberative democracy' a crack, where lay citizens are assembled to deli…
 
In this interview with Roland Geyer, we discuss the history and the effects of the interplay of economic forces and environmentalism. We'll also touch on how sustainability has been defined in the last three decades coming out of the U.N. Earth Summit of 1992 in Rio, and what this means for our textile material culture, human labor and the climate …
 
Each fall, the Ojibwe tribes of northern Minnesota harvest wild rice by hand. It’s a long process that begins with families in canoes venturing into the tall grasses, where rice is poled and gently brushed with knockers into the bed of the canoe. We journey to White Earth Reservation, out onto Big Rice Lake in a canoe, to see how one tribe is suppo…
 
Part One of a mini-series exploring potential pathways to a sustainable garment industry. We explore some routes to slow fashion: restoring regional wool production in Pennsylvania, curbside pickup of used clothes in Massachusetts, second hand clothes, and raising garment worker wages
 
Saul Griffith has an ambitious plan to save the planet. It all begins at home and it's completely electrifying!WHO'S GONNA SAVE US? is an ABC podcast about the people who are trying to map out a better future in the face of the climate crisis. Catch up on the whole series HERE, or wherever you get your podcasts.Guests: Saul Griffith, Andrew Davies,…
 
One of the most ancient fibers, silk has been cultivated for 5,000 years. The silk moth produces a filament designed to protect the moth from heat, predators, wind and water. In turn, these properties generate enduring and high quality second skin garments. Brazil (by luck and fate of Japanese immigration) hosts the Vale da Seda (Valley of Silk), a…
 
The State Government is considering potential future land use and zoning opportunities for the western section of the land corridor originally reserved for the Roe Highway extension proposal. The East- West corridor which runs from the Beeliar wetlands to Clontarf hill is a deeply loved and an environmentally essential path for not only our wildlif…
 
Interview with Jason Hickel; Economic Anthropologist and the author of the new book Less is More. We discuss the historic political, social, and ecological threads that led to the economic model we now exist within. Understanding the model is foundational to understanding the textile industry as it exists, and the reasons why the most sustaining te…
 
We trace the history of country music in Kenya, dating back to the 1920s and 30s when local populations first heard Jimmie Rodgers on early country western 78 records, to the current day, where the clubs of Nairobi are filled with rising stars bringing their own unique sounds to country music. Hear their takes on the hits of Don Williams, Kenny Rog…
 
The DPLH are currently conducting a study to explore potential land uses for the Cockburn Wildlife corridor - originally reserved for the Roe 8/9 Highway.The corridor crosses 7 distinct ecological zones, including wetlands,paperbark forests and banksia woodlands as well as 3 dune systems.This environment not only houses hundreds of reptiles and sma…
 
Julio Victor Cochoy Alva grew up in Guatemala and speaks about his mountain village with great affection. It is a place of beauty. It also continues to be a site of deep trauma. In fact, you will hear details about the war Julio witnessed as a boy. These mountainous communities were often hidden away. Many times you could only reach them through na…
 
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