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audio Dead Zone Panel --the Gulf vs Tyson (audio/mpeg 48.0mb) by wtul news
Tyson Panel, Featuring Matt Rota of Gulf Restoration Network...
Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:26AM
audio Interview with Voice of the Experienced (VOTE) lead organizer Dolfinette Martin (audio/mpeg 42.5mb) by Theodore Hilton
Topics: December 16, 2017 March for Currently and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls, incarceration in Louisiana, women's experiences of carceral system, grassroots prison activism in Louisiana....
Posted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 7:21AM
audio News and Views: Interview with Tabitha Mustafa about the New Orleans Palestinian Film Festival (audio/mpeg 21.8mb) by Theodore Hilton
The 3rd annual New Orleans Palestinian Film Festival will take place Friday-Sunday November 3-5. We sat down with festival co-organizer Tabitha Mustafa to discuss this year's program....
Posted: Wed Nov 1, 2017 7:06AM
audio Mark Davis on Governance for Survival (audio/mpeg 7.4mb) by wtulnews
Mark Davis of Tulane Institute on Water Resources and Policy speaks on what kind of citizenry and what kind of governance is necessary for New Orleans and Louisiana to survive....
Posted: Wed Oct 25, 2017 9:43AM
audio Brentin Mock on Hope for New Orleans, then and now (audio/mpeg 14.8mb) by wtul news
Brentin Mock on Hope for New Orleans, then and now. Mock recounts the stories and attitudes of local people's ideas about what a sustainable New Orleans entails, in regards to the environmental challenges, but also the challenges of racial justice, action on which seems to be at an ebb....
Posted: Wed Oct 25, 2017 9:40AM
audio Stories at the Crossroads: Who Built This City? (audio/mpeg 28.8mb) by WTUL New Orleans 91.5 News & Views
Mr. John Hankins, Director of the Craftsman Guild of New Orleans, offers his answer to the guiding question of the Paper Monuments project: what is an appropriate monument to our city today? His story draws our attention to the often unacknowledged work of craftsmen who do ironwork, ornamental plastering, restoration welding, and blacksmithing, and on the concrete block where the Jefferson Davis monument once stood, Mr. Hankins' words about the craftsmen Philip Reid formulate into a monument ...
Posted: Fri Oct 20, 2017 2:43PM
audio The Listening Post - Radio Democracy in Action (audio/mpeg 22.0mb) by WTUL News and Views
WTUL News and Views Dj Under The Bus interviews Thomas Walsh, Natalie Yahr and Claudia Lopez about The Listening Post and their most recent segment produced in partnership with The Trace: "What's Recovery Like After Being Shot?" 24:00 Listening Posts around the country "share a common purpose: to revitalize or create conversation between local media, civil society, and citizens; to connect people with each other and with sources of information and action on local issues; and to give people a...
Posted: Mon Oct 9, 2017 8:07AM
audio Updates From Puerto Rico: in conversation with Jorge Díaz Ortiz (audio/x-wav 313.3mb) by WTUL New Orleans 91.5 News & Views
Puerto Rican artist and organizer Jorge Díaz Ortiz phoned in from San Juan to update WTUL News & Views on the devastation brought to the island by Hurricane Maria and decades of colonialism. Tina Orlandini, Development Coordinator for the community arts and organizing collective AgitArte (of which Jorge is the Artistic Director), keeps us updated on how to plug into relief efforts and show up for Puerto Rico in New Orleans....
Posted: Wed Oct 4, 2017 1:37PM
audio European Dissent Releases Voting Guide for Orleans Parish (audio/mpeg 45.6mb) by WTUL News & Views
Kezia Vida speaks with Hannah Pepper Cunningham of the Political Education Committee within European Dissent about their voting guide and platform, which was based upon the Movement for Black Lives Policy Platform and was developed through consultation with VOTE, Stand with Dignity, Congresso, and the Jane Place Neighborhood Sustainability Initiative in New Orleans for the upcoming City Council and Mayoral elections....
Posted: Mon Oct 2, 2017 7:39PM
audio Interview with Lauren Turner of No Dream Deferred Production co. (audio/mpeg 22.3mb) by Theodore Hilton
WTUL correspondent Theo Hilton interview's No Dram Deferred Theater Production Co's Lauren Turner. Turner is the director of this weekend's production of two plays by Alice Childress--MOJO: A Black Love Story and String. No Dream Deferred seeks to create a space for people who have been marginalized from mainstream theater to develop and present works. [10:18]...
Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 7:19AM
audio Nuestra Voz: Schools for Education not Criminalization (audio/x-wav 203.9mb) by WTUL News & Views
WTUL News & Views was joined in the studio by Nuestra Voz Cultural Organizer Lydia Nichols to discuss two important polices that will be voted on by the Orleans Parish School Board on Thursday, September 14th, 2017 that would regulate the relationship between schools and law enforcement. The suggested policy change will prevent law enforcement officers (including but not limited to ICE) from interviewing students on campus or accessing student/family data without a warrant....
Posted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:14AM
audio Sites of Resistance in New Orleans (audio/x-wav 270.0mb) by WTUL New Orleans 91.5 News & Views
Sue Mobley, Public Programs Manager at Tulane School of Architecture's Small Center for Collaborative Design, joined WTUL News and Views to talk about the Small Center's upcoming exhibit, Sites of Resistance. The exhibit explores geographies and histories of social change in New Orleans and intends to reframe the narrative of New Orleans as a city with a dominant role in intense organizing, legal strategy, labor struggle, and civil rights activism....
Posted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 4:49AM
audio 16 years on, the controlled demolition of the 9/11 official story (audio/mpeg 51.8mb) by BCfm Politics Show
16th anniversary 9/11 news review: with author of '9/11 The New Evidence' Ian Henshall. Anomalies in 9/11 story – e.g. intact passports found at scene, terrorists known to authorities...
Posted: Sat Sep 9, 2017 1:33PM
audio Full IGDCAST episode (Attachment On: “The Job of the Media is To Divorce Movements From Their Base” (podcast)) (audio/mpeg 77.3mb) by It's Going Down
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Posted: Sat Sep 2, 2017 7:03PM
audio Audio postcard from Louisiana Books 2 Prisoners (audio/x-wav 57.4mb) by WTUL News and Views
Books 2 Prisoners sends books of all kinds to people incarcerated across the Deep South, and for almost every package delivered, they receive letters asking for more....
Posted: Wed Aug 9, 2017 6:20AM
audio Dances For Solidarity: for women and girls (audio/mpeg 47.8mb) by WTUL New Orleans 9.15 News & Views
On Wednesday, June 14th, Dances for Solidarity- an ongoing project led by dance artist Sarah Dahnke in collaboration with other dancers, choreographers, artists, and socially conscious individuals- hosted an evening of performances and panel discussion on women’s issues as they relate to incarceration and reentry....
Posted: Tue Jul 4, 2017 8:24AM
audio Trump Tuesdays - Louisianans Protest Senate GOP Health Bill (audio/mpeg 19.8mb) by WTUL News and Views
DJ Under The Bus was on hand at a rally organized by Metairie Indivisible to hear personal stories and learn why protesters are opposed to the "Better Care Reconciliation Act" - The Senate's version of the GOP House Bill - The American Health Care Act of 2017 #AHCA...
Posted: Mon Jun 26, 2017 9:24AM
audio Colette Pichon Battle: Title VI and Environmental Justice (audio/mpeg 50.1mb) by Theo Hilton
Collette Pichon-Battle, director of the U.S. Human Rights Network. Former Gulf Coast Center for Law and Policy. Immigration Attorney by practice. Tulane Environmental Law Summit. Saturday, March 11, 2017. The focus of the panel from which this was taken was how environmental justice cases are transforming into civil rights issues, becoming one in the same. We will also discuss how that has and will continue to affect title VI....
Posted: Fri Jun 16, 2017 7:23AM
audio Symbols & Systems Worth of our People: Forum #1 (audio/mpeg 19.4mb) by WTUL New Orleans 9.15 News & Views
On Monday June 5th, organizers and educators of the New Orleans Peoples Assembly and Take Em Down NOLA led a panel discussion at Justice and Beyond forum, speaking to a packed room about the newly adopted peoples fight back agenda and Take em Down NOLA-led demand that working peoples’ voices be heard in the repurposing of the now vacant white supremacist spaces. Successful in coordinating hundreds of organizations and thousands of individuals to support removal of four racist statues, leader...
Posted: Wed Jun 7, 2017 7:52AM