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David Sheen’s lecture “the Bullet, the Ballot, and the Boycott” (Part 2) (audio/mpeg 29.9MB) - by WTUL News & Views
Part 2 from journalist David Sheen’s lecture “the Bullet, the Ballot, and the Boycott” at University of New Orleans on Tuesday, November 10, 2015.
Posted: Sun Nov 29, 2015 5:49PM
Black Students Demand Racial Equality at Tulane (audio/mpeg 15.9MB) - by WTUL News & Views / Hullabaloo
WTUL News reads Emily Carmichael's article on the Unity demonstrations at Tulane in Nov 2015. Appended is a reading of the Tulane Black Student Union's list of concrete demands to further campus unity and to begin to halt structural racism on Tulane's campus.
Posted: Fri Nov 27, 2015 8:19AM
Interview with WBOK Black talk radio host and cartoonist John Slade (audio/mpeg 22.3MB) - by WTUL News & Views
Janet Hays interviews the imitable John Slade - New Orleans native, black cartoonist/author of Afro Brother Spacemen, WBOK Black talk radio host
Posted: Fri Nov 20, 2015 7:45AM
Reproductive Justice: Ethics in Human Services Q&A with Deon Haywood and Dr. Wille Parker (audio/mpeg 32.6MB) - by WTUL News & Views
36 min, Deon Haywood and Dr. Wille Parker answer questions from audience members at an event organized by Social Work Students United for Reproductive Freedom (SWURF) on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 at Tulane University.
Posted: Wed Nov 18, 2015 11:06AM
Interview with Phil Yiannopolous of Razors Edge Solo Performance Festival (audio/mpeg 7.3MB) - by WTUL News & Views
Interview with Phil Yiannopolous of Razors Edge Solo Performance Festival
Posted: Tue Nov 10, 2015 9:00PM
Fight for $15 New Orleans Day of Action, Tuesday, November 10, 2015 (audio/mpeg 2.5MB) - by WTUL News & Views
Protestors speak out about Fight for $15 New Orleans Day of Action, Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Posted: Tue Nov 10, 2015 8:52PM
Reproductive Justice: Ethics in Human Services Part 2 of 2 with Dr. Willie J. Parker (audio/mpeg 25.7MB) - by WTUL News & Views
Dr. Willie J. Parker, MD, MPH, MSc is a reproductive justice advocate, board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, and trained in preventative medicine and epidemiology through the Center for Disease Control. Dr. Parker addresses the intersection of social justice and reproductive justice, his understanding of the four-fold composition that defines reproductive justice, and making change in a chaotic world.
Posted: Mon Nov 9, 2015 10:12PM
Reproductive Justice: Ethics in Human Services Part 1 of 2 with Deon Haywood (audio/mpeg 19.3MB) - by WTUL News & Views
21 min Reproductive Justice: Ethics in Human Services Part 1 of 2. Deon Haywood, Executive Director of Women With A Vision (WWAV), speaks at event organized by SWURF on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015 at Tulane University.
Posted: Sun Nov 8, 2015 10:48AM
Dream Caravan Descends on New Orleans, LA (audio/mpeg 32.9MB) - by WTUL News
Kezia Kamenetz speaks with Sue Scavo of Students of the Dream about the upcoming Dream Caravan in New Orleans, a day long event celebrating the amazing capabilities of dreams--for healing, self-understanding, and community building.
Posted: Thu Nov 5, 2015 1:19PM
All Saints Day in New Orleans with Emily Ford of Oak and Laurel Cemetery Preservation LLC (audio/mpeg 28.9MB) - by WTUL News & Views
31:30 Emily Ford of Oak and Laurel Cemetery Preservation LLC on historical recollections of All Saints’ Day: 1945: New Eras and the End of Old Ways 1918: War, Sickness, and Chrysanthemums 1878: “Our joy must always be tempered by the thought of the grave." 1865: A Fratricidal Strife - a common level of inherent mortality 1853: Preserving in green remembrance the virtues of our dead kindred
Posted: Sun Nov 1, 2015 10:02PM
Dr. Teri Knowles on Gulf Cetacean mortality post BP (audio/mpeg 24.6MB) - by dr teri knowles
Dr Teri Knowles lectures the NAS RESTORE group and interested parties on causes of cetacean mortality in the Gulf. BP killed about half the dolphins of the mississippi river delta, and more than a third of the dolphins in Barataria. Birthing success dropped to one in eight from a baseline of roughly 7 in 8. It is estimated that it will take the Northern Gulf Dolphin populations 40 years to recover, and perhaps longer, depending on prey availability and changes to habitat. The good news is...
Posted: Fri Oct 23, 2015 5:34AM
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(Attachment On: Whistleblowers stand with Sterling at press conference) (audio/ogg 13.9MB) - by David Roknich/IndyRadio
(audio in ogg-vorbis format, 1 hour 9 minutes) Holly Sterling,Jesselyn Radack, Thomas Drake and Ray McGovern urge president to issue pardon for Jeffrey Sterling.
Posted: Wed Oct 21, 2015 8:33AM
Rebecca Mwase talks about Looking at a Broad her one woman show (audio/mpeg 32.8MB) - by WTUL News & Views
Rebecca Mwase talks about her upcoming one woman show looking at a broad. Also looking at themes of travel, home, misogyny and oppression.
Posted: Wed Oct 21, 2015 8:02AM
Palestinian Film Festival in New Orleans (audio/mpeg 27.6MB) - by WTUL News & Views
Lugine, Shareen and Maria talk with Gahiji Barrow about the first annual Palestinian Film Festival. Boycott Divestment and Sanctions movement and progress against the occupation and link the connection of the Palestinian struggle with those of other brown people globally.
Posted: Wed Oct 21, 2015 7:51AM
Antonia Juhasz at Gulf Restoration Network (audio/mpeg 21.7MB) - by wtulnews
Antonia Juhasz gives an update from her ALVIN trip to the bottom of the gulf of mexico, here the wreckage of the Deepwater Horizon remains, along with thousands of miles of BP's oil. Antonia explains how movements in the Gulf have activated resistance to drilling in the Arctic. 23 min
Posted: Thu Oct 15, 2015 10:49PM
Scott Eustis, Jonathan Henderson and Britney Penouilh on the 2015 Anba Dlo Water Festival (audio/mpeg 12.1MB) - by WTUL News
Jonathan Henderson of Gulf Restoration Network and Britney Penouilh discuss the Anba Dlo water festival Saturday October 17th, 2015. In the morning, there's a walk and learn at the healing center on St Claude, with the New Orleans Water Collaborative. at noon, political and government leadership on wetlands restoration and clean water policies. after four, things open up into festival, art and music. And at midnight, a ceremony.
Posted: Thu Oct 15, 2015 6:51AM
First Annual Palestinian Film Festival in New Orleans (audio/mpeg 27.0MB) - by WTUL News and Views
Kezia speaks with Lugine Gray about the first annual Palestinian film festival, taking place in New Orleans from October 18th - October 25th and featuring a multitude of popular films.
Posted: Wed Oct 14, 2015 7:40AM
Fight For $15 Wage Workers New Orleans (audio/mpeg 21.0MB) - by WTUL News & Views
Janet Hays was joined in studio by Gene Martin and Rashad Fairley for an interview on WTUL News and Views in New Orleans. Topics discussed included the rising fight for $15.00/hr wages, the establishment of a wage board, recent victories such as the passage of living and hiring wage ordinances.
Posted: Fri Oct 9, 2015 7:55AM
Interview with Susan Hutson and Yvette Thierry (audio/mpeg 65.2MB) - by WTUL News & Views
The New Orleans Independent Police Monitor, Susan Hutson talks about recent attacks on her professional behavior from the Inspector General Ed Quatrevaux when he called for her to be fired. Yvette Theirry joins after Susan to discuss the police monitor and this fight from a community perspective.
Posted: Wed Oct 7, 2015 7:36AM
National Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Day October 7 (audio/mpeg 30.7MB) - by WTUL News & Views
Friends and families of loved ones with serious mental illness hold National Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Day October 7, 2015 to urge Representatives Upton and Pallone to Pass HR 2646 "The Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act"
Posted: Fri Oct 2, 2015 8:36AM