Archive | July, 2011

July 29: Jennifer Nalbone and Asian carp; Rayven Howard performs live; Abayomi Azikiwe 1967 conference update

Listen to entire program here:   Jennifer Nalbone: 6:50 Rayven Howard: 33:30 Abayomi Azikiwe: 43:00 In Windsor/Detroit we are surrounded by the Great Lakes ecosystem. It’s easy to forget that the Detroit River flows along a route that originates at Lake Superior and makes its way to the Atlantic Ocean. It’s also easy to take […]

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July 22: Sue Breeze and Canada Boat to Gaza; Abayomi Azikiwe and the 1967 Detroit rebellion

Listen to entire program here:  Sue Breeze: 8m 25sec. Abayomi Azikiwe: 38m 55sec. In the first half hour we talked to Sue Breeze who was a participant in the Canadian Boat to Gaza effort when it was forced back to port on July 4th as it took part in the International Freedom Flotilla II; an […]

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New music programming on CJAM!

CJAM takes rare rock in a headlock while upping the jazz-funk factor by 700 percent  Putting Detroit DJ Willy Wilson and Windsor’s Wardell Huot in marquee Friday and Saturday night slots, CJAM 99.1 FM is overhauling the weekend to bolster its rare rock commitment while at the same time emerging as a jazz-funk force of […]

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July 1: Michael Skinner and the Afghan detainee report; Wendy Goldsmith and the Canada Boat to Gaza

Listen to entire broadcast here:  Michael Skinner at 4:55. Wendy Goldsmith: 36:36 On Canada Day and people celebrate at parades, backyard BBQs, fireworks and so on. Do we really take stock, though, of what is done in our names? Domestically, labour law is being rewritten with back to work legislation for CUPW workers at Canada […]

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