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Best Pacifica Foundation podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Pacifica Foundation podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Asia Pacific Forum
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Asia Pacific Forum is the progressive pan-Asian radio show broadcast every Monday night from 9-10pm on WBAI 99.5 FM in New York City and live on the web. We cover underreported stories from Asia, as well as Asian American politics and culture. Each week we talk to authors like Arundhati Roy, Jessica Hagedorn, and Jeff Chang; activists and politicos like Yuri Kochiyama, Mike Honda, and Monami Maulik; intellectuals like Tariq Ali, Vandana Shiva, and Vijay Prashad; artists like DJ Rekha, David ...
 
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Cecilia Lim, New York based community artist and organizer discusses ancestral memory and the fight for climate justice from as a filipina in diaspora. APF Radio also talked with Joanna Pruett, a Native-Hawaiian-Chinese woman living in New York about answering the call to defend Mauna Kea and building ohana in New York City.…
 
Over the past week, from Jakarta to New York, Global Strike reported that 7.6 million people mobilized to strike for climate action, a more just world, and an end to fossil fuels, one of the main contributors of climate change. Cecilia Lim discusses the environmental issues in Queens, New York, growing up in the diaspora, global capitalism's ef ...…
 
For Native Hawaiians, Mauna Kea is the sacred center of the island: a place of worship, a portal to the ancestral realm and celestial home to Hawaiian deities. Mauna Kea is also a dormant volcano and although most of the volcano is underwater, at 33,500 feet, it is the tallest mountain in the world when measured from its underwater base. Unprec ...…
 
Jeffrey Ngo on Hong Kong, Kham Moua on SE Asian Refugees.By Asia Pacific Forum - WBAI
 
Hong Kong has been embroiled in pro-democracy raging protests for the past several weeks, wreaking havoc of the local council, rattling its distant rulers in Beijing, and throwing the future of self-government on the island into further doubt. The protests began as a revolt against a pending bill to establish an extradition treaty with Beijing, ...…
 
Eddy Zheng, a community educator in some of America's hardest-to-reach communities, got his own education in unlikely places. At age 12, he emigrated to Oakland, California, from China with his family, and was quickly plunged into poverty, cultural alienation and social dislocation. At 16, he was convicted as an adult for armed robbery and kidn ...…
 
Asia Pacific Forum is among the shows leaving WBAI this month. We've been on WBAI since 1998, bringing you news from Asia and Asian America with a progressive focus. To stay up to date on what's next for us, see our website asiapacificforum.org, follow us on Twitter at @apfradio or like us on Facebook.We'll hear 2018 excerpts on The Real Story ...…
 
On April 15th, 1949, Pacifica station KPFA 94.1 FM in Berkeley went on the air, introducing public sponsored community radio to America, and cementing its place in history as the steadfast anchor of the Pacifica Radio Network. Founded by Lewis Hill - a Quaker, World War II conscientious objector, and former commercial radio news broadcaster - P ...…
 
In September of 2007 the International Forum on Globalization held a Teach in Washington DC on climate change, peak oil and global resource depletion & extinction. Several Panel meetings addressed the many false solutions to the climate crisis that may be accelerating the danger rather than alleviating it. Coal for example is now promoted as a ...…
 
Aimee Allison and Aaron Glantz, co-anchors; Esther Manilla, producer; Jon Almeleh and Michael Yoshida, engineers; Naji Mujahid, editor; Sasha Lilley, project exec producer and highlights producer.
 
Aimee Allison and Aaron Glantz, co-anchors; Esther Manilla, producer; Jon Almeleh and Michael Yoshida, engineers; Naji Mujahid, editor; Sasha Lilley, project exec producer and highlights producer.
 
Aimee Allison and Aaron Glantz, co-anchors; Esther Manilla, producer; Jon Almeleh and Michael Yoshida, engineers; Sasha Lilley, project exec producer; Eric Klein, highlights producer/editor; archival audio from Pacifica Radio Archives.
 
This week’s From the Vault, hosted by KPFK’s Margaret Prescod, showcases restored recordings of women who have given their voices, time, and energy to civil and human rights — proud women who have stood against racism and sexism, whose battlefield was grounded in America’s civil rights movement. In this episode, we honor Rosa Parks, Fannie Lou ...…
 
Part 2 picks up at the Circus 1972 RNC in Miami. KPFK producer Mike Hodel called it "A Passel Of Pomp & A Circus Of Circumstance". Coverage continues through the Shadow Convention in 2000.
 
In Part 1 we begin with recordings from the 1936 DNC with Franklin D. Roosevelt and feature outstanding material such as Senator John F. Kennedy's 1956 DNC Keynote Address to the Mississippi Freedom Party's effort to challenge the Democrats in 1964 to the now historic chaos of the 1968 DNC in Chicago.…
 
Vandana Shiva had just witnessed the arctic melt on Greenland and speaks eloquently about the destructive forces of globalization that are driving the ecological crisis. She also sheds light on the effects of rapid economic growth in her home country, India.Maude Barlow has completed a new book, entitled: Blue Covenant: The Global Water Crisis ...…
 
Peter Dale Scott speaks about his new book, The Road to 9-11, Wealth, Empire and the Future of America, at Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s bookstore, City Lights. September 2007.
 
In this 2007 talk for Antioch College in Seattle Parenti raises the intriguing question of how we arrive at a valid analysis of our social reality – given that so many lies are told to confuse us.In Part one of this talk Parenti speaks about lies, dissent, and how we arrive at the truth of our situation and still retain our sanity.In the second ...…
 
KPFA historian Matthew Lasar discusses his latest book, Uneasy Listening: Pacifica Radio's Civil War.
 
On this series premiere of From the Vault, we’re celebrating the 57th anniversary of the legendary community radio network Lewis Hill founded in 1949. But instead of a typical collage of all the great clips from Pacifica’s past, we’re looking specifically at the two people who most defined the network. The first, of course, is Lewis Hill: pacif ...…
 
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