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Interview w/ John Robbins about his latest book "No Happy Cows" (audio/mpeg 38.7MB) - by George Cadman
On Wednesday, June 27th, I interviewed local activist and best-selling author John Robbins about his latest book "No Happy Cows: Dispatches From the Front Lines of the Food Revolution." (56:19)
Posted: Wed Jun 27, 2012 7:24PM
Listen to this tribute and interview by KPFA's Lisa Dettmer
(Attachment On: Marti Kheel: Defender of All Living Things) (audio/mpeg 13.2MB) - by KPFA Women's Magazine
Posted: Mon Mar 12, 2012 3:33PM
Claude Marks speaks about the film All Power to the People and his own time as a political prisoner
(Attachment On: Red Vic Benefit with Claude Marks, Jake Conroy, and Ben Rosenfeld, 2/12/11: photos & audio) (audio/mpeg 11.9MB) - by dave id
Posted: Thu Feb 17, 2011 6:09PM
Jake Conroy and Ben Rosenfeld address current climate of political repression in the U.S. after Bold Native screening
(Attachment On: Red Vic Benefit with Claude Marks, Jake Conroy, and Ben Rosenfeld, 2/12/11: photos & audio) (audio/mpeg 14.3MB) - by dave id
Posted: Thu Feb 17, 2011 6:09PM
Audio of Casey Suchan, Denis Hennelly, John Robbins, and Jake Conroy
(Attachment On: Bay Area Premier of "Bold Native" with John Robbins and Jake Conroy, SF, 11/18/10: photos & audio) (audio/mpeg 19.2MB) - by dave id
(audio 27:58) The time when the movie was shown is indicated in the middle of the audio by a brief silence and then a segment of the end-credits soundtrack.
Posted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 11:39PM
The AETA 4 (audio/mpeg 3.4MB) - by Nolram
check out AETA4.org for more info on the AETA 4
Posted: Tue Mar 9, 2010 1:32AM
Navy Militarizes Coastal Waters (audio/mpeg 15.5MB) - by Christina Aanestad
The US Navy’s is facing criticism for its training operations in the Pacific West Coast. Trainings include the use of sonar, aircraft and missles and underwater bomb detonations. Environmental groups says some areas should be off limits to weapons testing, and some criticize the militarization of the sea.
Posted: Tue Mar 24, 2009 6:19PM
Two Sea Shepherd activists injured by whaler violence (audio/mpeg 4.4MB) - by WSQT Direct Action Radio 88.1 FM in DC
Sea Shepherd is reporting that two of their activists have been injured in a confrontation with the Nisshin Maru. One was hit in the face with a metal ball thrown from the whaler's deck, and the other received injuries from being knocked down by a fire hose.
Posted: Sun Feb 1, 2009 7:24PM
Sea Shepherds sail out to confront whalers (audio/mpeg 5.0MB) - by WSQT Direct Action Radio 88.1 FM in DC
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society ship Steve Irwin has left harbor to take on the Yakuza-connected Japanese whaling fleet in Antarctic waters. Audio: 5 min 29 sec
Posted: Thu Dec 4, 2008 7:16PM
DC Radio pirates read ALF communiqes from UCLA/vivisection actions (audio/mpeg 3.4MB) - by WSQT Direct Action Radio 88.1 FM in DC
WSQT Guerrilla Radio read out the two recent ALF communiques concerning attacks on the homes of two UCLA vivisectors.
Posted: Wed Nov 19, 2008 5:49PM
indynewswire: 5.9.08 Kathy Redmond on the De Anza Rape Case (audio/mpeg 35.1MB) - by danielsan
This news show airs weekly on Freak Radio, Friday mornings 10-12 noon, broadcasting news and opinion from independent media worldwide, focused on indymedia sites but also drawing from other websites.
Posted: Fri May 9, 2008 11:48AM
PeaceTalks: Rebecca Aldworth of The Humane Society; Witnessing the Canadian Seal Slaughter (audio/mpeg 26.1MB) - by George Cadman
On April 15, 2008, George Cadman interviewed Rebecca Aldworth, the Director of Canadian Wildlife Issues for the Humane Society International-Canada about the 2008 Canadian Seal "Hunt". For the past nine years, she has been a firsthand observer of Canada's commercial seal hunt, escorting over one hundred scientists, parliamentarians and journalists to the ice floes to witness the slaughter.
Posted: Wed Apr 23, 2008 11:15AM
PeaceTalks: Buffalo Field Campaign Update; Over 1,400 Yellowstone Wild Buffalo Slaughtered (audio/mpeg 12.1MB) - by George Cadman
George Cadman of Free Radio Santa Cruz 101.1 FM interviews Stephany Seay, media coordinator for the Buffalo Field Campaign about the continuing slaughter of wild buffalo by the National Park Service, the Montana Dept. of Livestock and other state agencies in the Yellowstone area.
Posted: Wed Apr 9, 2008 1:13PM
PeaceTalks: Sea Shepherd and Capt. Of The Farley Mowat On The Canadian Seal Slaughter (audio/mpeg 12.7MB) - by George Cadman
George Cadman of Free Radio Santa Cruz 101.1 FM interviews Capt. Cornelissen of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society about the Canadian government sponsored slaughter of 275,000 baby harp seals happening now. Capt. Cornelissen speaks about the efforts of the Crew of the Farley Mowat to document the killing of seals and the interference they have encountered from the Canadian Coast Guard.
Posted: Wed Apr 2, 2008 12:09PM
Peace Talks: Gray Wolves Removed from Endangered Species List, Defenders Of Wildlife Responds (audio/mpeg 9.0MB) - by George Cadman
George Cadman of Free Radio Santa Cruz 101.1 FM interviews Mike Leahy, Rocky Mountain Region Director for Defenders Of Wildlife about the Bush administration's recent decision to remove the northern Rockies gray wolf from the list of species protected under the Endangered Species Act. The decision could result in an 80% reduction in the gray wolf population of the region, possibly bringing their numbers as low as 300 wolves. Eleven conservation groups have vowed to fight the decision to remov...
Posted: Tue Mar 4, 2008 6:48PM
Peter Young Speaks in Santa Cruz (audio/mpeg 34.3MB) - by ~Bradley
On February 23rd, Peter Young, an animal liberation activist and former Green Scare prisoner, spoke at the Louden Nelson Center in Santa Cruz before a screening of "Behind the Mask" at a benefit for the SHAC 7. Peter grew up in Los Gatos and moved to the state of Washington at the age of nine. He went to college at the University of Washington where he became involved in animal rights activism. In 1997, Peter and a friend liberated over 8,000 mink and foxes from various fur farms in a two-...
Posted: Thu Feb 28, 2008 10:44AM
Peace Talks: Farm Sanctuary responds to Biggest Beef Recall in US History (audio/mpeg 14.5MB) - by George Cadman
George Cadman of Free Radio Santa Cruz 101.1 FM interviews Tricia Barry, communications director for Farm Sanctuary, about the recent recall of 143 million pounds of beef by a Chino, CA slaughterhouse. It is the biggest beef recall in US History. The recall came after the Humane Society of the United States accused Westland/Hallmark of abusing downed cattle, releasing video that showed workers kicking cows, jabbing them near their eyes, ramming them with a forklift and shooting high-intensity...
Posted: Tue Feb 19, 2008 5:36PM
Over 130 Wild Buffalo Slaughtered in Yellowstone: up to 275 total wil be sent to slaughter (audio/mpeg 7.6MB) - by George Cadman
Over 130 wild buffalo have been slaughtered by the National Park Service in Yellowstone. They have captured a total of 275 and plan to slaughter all of them. George Cadman of Free Radio Santa Cruz 101.1 FM spoke with Stephany Seay of the Buffalo Field Campaign about the real reasons behind the slaughter, what they are doing to fight this and how people can get involved.
Posted: Tue Feb 19, 2008 5:15PM
Breaking News: 53 Wild Buffalo Captured in Yellowstone and Facing Slaughter (audio/mpeg 10.6MB) - by George Cadman
Yellowstone National Park officials captured 53 of America's last wild buffalo Friday morning 2/8/08. National Park officials intend to slaughter without testing; calves may be slaughtered or sent to experimental quarantine facility.
Posted: Sat Feb 9, 2008 12:48PM
Audio Interview - Paul Watson, Giles Lane, Benjamin Potts
(Attachment On: Sea Shepherd: Australian Government too timid on Whaling) (audio/mpeg 6.4MB) - by Takver - Sydney Indymedia
The Sea Shepherd ship Steve Irwin arrived at Victoria Dock, Melbourne on Saturday 2 February 2008 from its campaign to stop whaling by the Japanese whaling fleet in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary. I recorded this 7 minute impromptu interview between reporters asking questions of Captain Watson, and the two crew who boarded the Yashin Maru No 2, Australian Benjamin Potts and Briton Giles Lane.
Posted: Sun Feb 3, 2008 8:23AM