Archive | March, 2011

March 25: Jae Muzzin: Guerilla Gardening, Abayomi Azikiwe: Michigan emergency law

Listen to the entire program here: Our guest today was Jae Muzzin of the Guerilla Gardening Collective in Windsor. Later in the program we talked to Abayomi Azikiwe in Detroit about the implications of the Emergency Manager Law passed in Michigan. Spring is officially here and planting season is almost on us. Backyard or community […]

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Mar. 18: Phyllis Bennis on Libya and special in-studio guest Keats Conlon

  Listen to entire program here: According to the International Policy Institute website, Phyllis Bennis directs the New Internationalism Project at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington DC. She is a founder of and remains on the steering committee of the U.S. Campaign to End Israeli Occupation, works closely with the United for Peace […]

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March 11: Religion: source of peace or reason for conflict

Apologies as the audio file is unavailable for this program. We’ll work on restoring it. It may seem strange with all that is happening in the world – from Egypt, Libya, Wisconsin and Michigan – that we’d talk today about religion as either a force for peace or reason for conflict. After a chance meeting […]

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March 4: Coalition Opposing the Arms Trade; International Women’s Day at UWindsor; & OPIRG Windsor Referendum

Listen to the entire program here: Music featured on the program: Billy Bragg: Don’t Try this at Home   Rhea’s Obsession: Between Earth and Sky   In the first half hour of the program we talked to Richard Sanders, coordinator of Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade (COAT), based in Ottawa. According to the organization’s […]

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