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Voices from the Edge on 11/25/10 - Open Lines

program date: 
Thu, 11/25/2010

This week Dave hosted open lines.  Callers discussed various topics; from police issues to the TSA, to things they give thanks for.

The conversation doesn't end when the program does. You can join in additional discussion of the week's issue on our blog at kboo.fm/voicesfromtheedge  (click on the "blog" tab). You'll find additional information, important links, comments from other listeners and commentary from Jo Ann and Dave. Have a question for our guests, but can't call in during the program? Post your questions on line so we can make them a part of the Voices discussion.


Program Engineer: Steve Nassar
Audio Editor: Alicia Olson

55:20 minutes (50.67 MB)

Political Perspectives on 11/24/10

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Wed, 11/24/2010 - 9:00am - 9:30am
Short Description: 
Women's participation in the Tea Party movement and the complex motives behind it.

Dr. Ruth Rosen, Professor of History and author of many books, including The World Split Open: How the Modern Women's Movement Changed America, talks about women's participation in the Tea Party movement and the complex motives behind it.

The Abe and Joe Talk Radio Show on 11/16/10

Air date: 
Tue, 11/16/2010 - 8:00am - 9:00am
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With corporate money at the wheel, whither then for the progressive?

As the populist wave that swept President Obama into office gives way to Business as Usual, Americans are waking up to the realities of life in a plutocracy. Both Frank Rich in the New York Times and Chris Hedges on Alternet reflect on this point in grand fashion. Rich, in a column titled "Who Will Stand Up to the Superrich?" writes that the issue is "issue is whether the country can afford the systemic damage being done by the ever-growing income inequality between the wealthiest Americans and everyone else, whether poor, middle class or even rich."

Voices from the Edge on 11/11/10 - Susan Banyas and The Hillsboro Story

program date: 
Thu, 11/11/2010

A celebration of civil rights: Susan Banyas and The Hillsboro Story

Two months after the historic Brown v. Board of Education decision legally ending school segregation, the county engineer of Hillsboro, Ohio - a white man determined to force integration in the segregated town - set fire to Lincoln School, the town's "colored" elementary school. The two-year protest lead by five African American mothers to carry forward the struggle sparked by that fire drew the NAACP's Thurgood Marshall and led to Clemons v. Board of Education the first test case for Brown in the North.

55:33 minutes (50.85 MB)
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