Tom Athanasiou’s bookDivided Planet: The Ecology of Rich and Poorhas been called "The single most accessible presentation of what is known as 'social ecology' that has yet been written” (The Nation). Here he talks with the Old Mole’s Bill Resnick about the achievements of negotiators at the just concluded climate talks in Paris.
17:42 minutes (12.16 MB)
Laurie Mercier speaks with Shena Elrington, Director of Immigrant Rights & Racial Justice at the Center for Popular Democracy.
They discuss how communities, cities and states can lead progressive reforms on immigrant rights and create alternative and humane environments for receiving immigrants and refugees in light of reactionary opposition at the federal and state levels.
See her piece inCommon Dreams.
15:52 minutes (10.9 MB)
Doug McVay reports: This week we continue our coverage of the Drug Policy Alliance's International Reform Conference, with audio from Deborah Small from Break The Chains, and interviews with author and activist Kemba Smith, and with Jonathan Perri of Change.org. 29:00 minutes (26.55 MB)
This week: We hear ONDCP Director Michael Botticelli and the GAO's David Maurer testify before a House subcommittee on ONDCP reauthorization and about recent reports from both agencies that show that current US drug control policies are a failure. 29:00 minutes (26.56 MB)
We go back to the late 1850s, for a riveting Western set in Oregon Territory. A grisley massacre, and a kidnapping, some mysterious strangers at the local saloon.. Even Mormons and a future President make an appearance. Can Sheriff Ocker solve the crime of the 3 DEATHS AT ASH RANCH?
This is 3 DEATHS wihout all the filler that also aired that night.
24:00 minutes (32.96 MB)
50 GUNS AT DUSK is the thrilling sequel to "3 Deaths at Ash Ranch." In this radio theater Western, set in Portland, Oregon at the dawn of the 1860s, we follow our heroes Varla and Sally, as they deal with greedy developers, corrupt politicians, and a gang of shanghaiing criminals who operate out of Portland's notorious North End.