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audio Mideast Migraines - Three Muslims in North Carolina (audio/mpeg 81.0MB) - by Ren Tawil
Terrorism Strikes North Carolina: Double Standards of Western Media; Miko Peled on Netanyahu coming to town; alleged assault on Arab-American male at a Dearborn-based Kroger; Who Speaks for Jews?‏; music by Arabic Beat. Length : 1:58:02/ Date Recorded: 2015-02-16/ Location: Santa Cruz, CA/ File Info: 64Kbps, mp3 (83MB), Mono
Posted: Sat Feb 28, 2015 2:17PM
audio wtul news talks parisite skate park with jackson (audio/mpeg 6.5MB) - by wtul news
wtul news talk with jackson about parisite skate park and taking it to the next level bit.ly/parisite
Posted: Fri Feb 27, 2015 8:06AM
audio
(Attachment On: Mujeres Unidas y Activas Interview on Setting the Standard)
(audio/mpeg 24.1MB) - by paz
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 2:47PM
audio Voices from the Gulf Howard Page from STEPS Coalition
(Attachment On: Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love)
(audio/mpeg 5.1MB) - by wtulnews
5:33min Howard Page of STEPS Coalition tells his story of the Rev Calvin Johnson's fight to preserve his community and Mississippi wetlands "I've stepped back as far as I can, I can't step back anymore. I'm going to start coming forward." -Rev Calvin Johnson
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:08PM
audio Voices from the Gulf Louis Skrmetta of Ship Island Excursions
(Attachment On: Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love)
(audio/mpeg 3.3MB) - by wtulnews
Here's Captain Louis Skrmetta, talking about the first time he learned the value of clean water in the Gulf of Mexico I had to first of all explain to my family that this is a bad deal that we shouldn’t be doing this, we should be committed to keeping our bilges clean, putting containers under the engines so that the oil in the bilge won’t go into the water.”
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:22PM
audio Voices from the Gulf Patty Whitney of Bayou History Center
(Attachment On: Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love)
(audio/mpeg 4.6MB) - by wtulnews
5min Patty Whitney of Bayou History Center and BISCO tells of when she heard of the BP disaster in the Gulf in 2010 "The Deep Water Horizon is actually a metaphor for coastal Louisiana, we’re dead we just haven’t dropped yet. DWH was like being told you have terminal cancer. It may take awhile, but we're gone." http://gulffuture.org
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:51PM
audio Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love (audio/mpeg 4.9MB) - by WTUL News
Monique Verdin of My Louisiana Love tells of when she first sawthe oil wash in from BP's disaster in the Gulf in 2010
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 1:02PM
audio Voices from the Gulf David Underhill Mobile Sierra Club
(Attachment On: Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love)
(audio/mpeg 4.6MB) - by wtulnews
5min David Underhill Mobile Sierra Club tells us how lifelong resistance can be a success. And I’ve been involved here and elsewhere in uprisings against environmental atrocities and uh others that mobilized people in the streets and communities and in council meetings, um that usually failed in their announced objectives and uh haha are currently failing now in Mobile, but the resistance continues, and in necessity from all of this that I conclude that the resistance itself is a success in that it keeps you alert to what you must do with the brief time that you’re allowed on earth http://gulffuture.org
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 1:16PM
audio Voices from the Gulf Jennifer Bennett, environmental engineer
(Attachment On: Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love)
(audio/mpeg 4.8MB) - by wtulnews
Jennifer Bennett, an environmental engineer in Houston, TX reflects on BP's strategy to disperse the oil gushing from teh bottom of hte Mississippi Canyon in the Northern Gulf of Mexico 5min 'The solution I saw was like “oh, we’re just gonna dump some more carcinogenic crap in there! Yeah totally standard because it’s the cheapest option, and they think that’s cleanup.” I’ve been working in the environmental industry long enough to know that is cleanup and it’s not what people think it is.' http://gulffuture.org
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 3:47PM
audio Voices from the Gulf Sharron Stewart
(Attachment On: Voices from the Gulf: Monique Verdin My Louisiana Love)
(audio/mpeg 3.8MB) - by wtulnews
Sharron Stewart, in Houston, TX reflects on government repression of witnessing the disaster unfold on Gulf Beaches in Alabama 5min 'There were so many people on the island and they would not let us get anywhere near the beaches or take pictures. Or take pictures! If you got out of your car, you were followed, if you stayed in the public right of way, you were followed. And they would have confiscated my camera if I had taken a picture. That is so different from my experience of oil spill cleanups in the past when I worked for NOAA. ' http://gulffuture.org
Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 3:51PM
audio KPFA's Africa Today on Albert Woodfox w/ Robert H. King and Amnesty USA's Jasmine Heiss (audio/mpeg 10.3MB) - by Africa Today audio posted by Angola 3 News
This episode of the KPFA radio show 'Africa Today' with host Walter Turner, was aired live on February 23, 2015 at 7:00pm.
Posted: Tue Feb 24, 2015 10:45AM
audio Mental Health and Sober Living Residence (audio/mpeg 16.5MB) - by WTUL News & Views
40min Counselor, parent, and student discuss mental-health and substance-use -related fatalities on Tulane's uptown campus
Posted: Mon Feb 23, 2015 7:30AM
audio Community Response to Mental Health-related overdoses on Tulane Campus with Arielle (audio/mpeg 22.6MB) - by WTUL News and Views
19 min Community Response to Mental Health-related overdoses on Tulane Campus with Arielle, a collective member of the New Orleans Harm Reduction Network, New Orleans Harm Reduction Network was founded in 2011 by a small group of syringe access providers, advocates, and drug users. Today they are strengthened by a network of allies who challenge stigma faced by people who use drugs and advocate for change.
Posted: Sun Feb 22, 2015 11:00PM
audio Interview with Noonieman of Yellow Pocahontas (audio/mpeg 28.6MB) - by WTUL News & Views
Noonieman of the Yellow Pocahontas Black Indian Tribe in New Orleans joined WTUL News and Views to discuss the Mardi Gras Indians tradition and culture.
Posted: Mon Feb 16, 2015 7:50AM
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(Attachment On: Peter Dale Scott and David Talbot on the U.S. Deep State)
(audio/mpeg 18.9MB) - by Ed Rippy
Posted: Sun Feb 15, 2015 7:31PM
audio Interview With Senator JP Morrell (audio/mpeg 12.4MB) - by WTUL News & Views
Senator JP Morrell joined News and Views to update listeners on bills he is introducing for the upcoming spring legislative session in order to address the problem of sexual assaults on university campuses and domestic violence in general in the State of Louisiana.
Posted: Fri Feb 13, 2015 8:39AM
audio New Orleans School of Esoteric Arts (audio/mpeg 40.1MB) - by WTUL News and Views
Kezia and Gahiji interview Christy Patton and Shane Norris about the New Orleans School of Esoteric Arts, a new school offering classes for New Orleanians about the occult spirituality and esoteric arts.
Posted: Wed Feb 11, 2015 7:13AM
audio Interview with organizers of the Krewe for $15 and a Union Mardi Gras Parade! (audio/mpeg 21.4MB) - by WTUL News and Views
Show Me 15 and Solidarity Ignite Rally. Fast food workers, students, community leaders and clergy Mardi Gras march for $15 and a Union - Saturday February 7 at Congo Square.
Posted: Mon Feb 9, 2015 8:05AM
audio IMPERIALISM GONE CRAZY? Imperialism, Inter-Imperialist War and Labor
(Attachment On: Forum: IMPERIALISM GONE CRAZY? Imperialism, Inter-Imperialist War and Labor)
(audio/x-wav 188.6MB) - by IDG
This forum was held in San Francisco on imperialism, inter-imperialist rivalries and labor.
Posted: Sun Feb 8, 2015 11:44PM

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