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NEXT New England
 
This week, we tackle the confusing and contradictory world of health care, from politics that are personal, to overcoming the trauma of being a refugee, to the shifting language of addiction. We also explore the work of Marsden Hartley, whose art defined the rocky coast, the looming hills, and the working men of Maine. Marden Hartley, Lobster F ...…
 
Last summer I interviewed my friend Susan Randall, a private investigator. Susan trained me as an investigator, and we’ve spent whole days driving around the state of Vermont, working on cases and talking. We never run out of things to talk about. So I figured it was time to do another show with her. In this conversation, we talked about the cr ...…
 
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Clearing the FOG with co-hosts Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese
 
We are now 5 years into the national healthcare law, the Affordable Care Act. The deadline for purchasing insurance this year is Feb. 15. Although more people have health insurance, we have not changed the healthcare system in the United States. The same problems of lack of access to care because of cost, medical debt and bankruptcy and poor he ...…
 
Slow Money Vermont. Find out how a Group started their Chapter. "Slow Money" is sweeping the Nation. There are now 25 Chapters in the USA. Find out in this Special Show how this Group did start theirs, what they do with it, and more. Here is information about Eric DeLuca. 'Eric DeLuca is the Communications Coordinator for Slow Money Vermont. Fr ...…
 
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Put People First! Radio
 
On Tuesday, January 7th, more than 100 people from across VT packed the statehouse in Montpelier to kick off the 2014 legislative session. The day began with a rally and press conference, lead by leaders of organizations such as Green Mountain Self Advocates, AFSCME, AFT, and the Vermont Workers’ Center, who spoke about winning our human right ...…
 
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Violin Adventures with Rachel Barton Pine
 
Episode 67: Native Informant – Composer Mohammed Fairouz Upcoming Events: February 2 – concert with the New York Chamber Soloists Orchestra in St. Augustine, Florida (works by Paganini, Bach, Albeniz, Piazzola, and Mozart), February 8 – recital with pianist Matthew Hagle in Montpelier, Vermont (works by Beethoven, Villa-Lobos, Mohammed Fairouz, ...…
 
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Put People First! Radio
 
On the first day of the legislative session this year, a unified, diverse, and growing movement of organizations called Put People First packed the Vermont Statehouse. Put People First believes Vermont can and must protect and fulfill the human rights of all its people, while ensuring a healthy and livable environment. The movement unveiled its ...…
 
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שומעים עולם Shom'im Olam-WorldWaves
 
November 6th- US Election Day Any influence my program exerts on the outcome of the elections is entirely coincidental Bruce Springsteen Born In The USA Greatest Hits Columbia Hardin Burns Earthquake Hurricane Flood Lounge Ithaca Records Steven Graves Mr Sunshine Acoustic Rainbow #41 Spook Handy Vote Breakfast At Bills MP3 sent by artist Peggy ...…
 
On June 28, 2012 the Supreme Court issued its decision upholding the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act! This decision means that millions of people in the United States, many who were previously denied healthcare, will have an opportunity to access health insurance. The Supreme Court decision is a victory for the millions who will no ...…
 
On June 28, 2012 the Supreme Court issued its decision upholding the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act! This decision means that millions of people in the United States, many who were previously denied healthcare, will have an opportunity to access health insurance. The Supreme Court decision is a victory for the millions who will no ...…
 
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Put People First! Radio
 
This town meeting day 2012, members of the Vermont Workers' Center organized at over fifty town meetings all across Vermont, talking with people about healthcare, the proposed post office closings, and the People's Budget Campaign. To find out more, check out our blog post about town meeting day: www.workerscenter.org/townmeeting2012…
 
As part of the Put People First Campaign, organizing committees of the Vermont Workers' Center are holding community meetings all across the state. At these meetings, everyday Vermonters are talking about the struggles they are facing with meeting their fundamental needs, such as housing, healthcare, education, jobs with dignity, childcare, and ...…
 
The Vermont Workers' Center and the Put People First! Campaign rallied at the first day of the Vermont 2012 legislative session to demand that human rights and needs are put first. Listen to the report to find out more!
 
Host Traven Leyshon, of Equal Time radio, features Anja Rudiger and Peg Franzen to discuss findings of the Vermont Workers’ Center's People's Budget Project.
 
Susan Herman, who served for seven years as the executive director of the National Center for Victims of Crime, talks about her book Parallel Justice for Victims of Crime. The following is a transcript ROB WOLF: Hi, I'm Rob Wolf, director of communications at the Center for Court Innovation. Welcome to another New Thinking podcast. I'm here wit ...…
 
On Friday, May 1, an estimated over 1000 people from across Vermont, including nurses and other healthcare workers, descended on the State Capital building in Montpelier for a "Healthcare is a Human Right" rally. The historic rally, organized by NESRI ally the Vermont Workers' Center, was aimed at changing not only what is "politically possible ...…
 
On Friday, May 1, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (VT) addressed NESRI ally the Vermont Workers' Center's Human Right to Healthcare Rally at the State Capital in Montpelier, VT. Estimates are that over 1000 Vermonters turned out for the rally.
 
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