Writer and biodynamic farmer Stephen Crimi talks about chthonic goddesses, Dead songs, spiritual food, and his new book Katabatic Wind: Good Craic Fueled by Fumes from the Abyss. www.logosophiabooks.com
Listen to Peter Cohen, writer, anthropologist and activist offering a global and international systemic perspective on what is at stake in the U.S. Election. Peter talks with Alison Rose Levy about this primary season, this election, third parties and the fate of democracy and the earth. Show is live every Wednesday at 10 AM ET at: https://prn.live and can be heard later in the Connect the Dots archives on the Progressive Radio Network.
Writer, curator, and occult practitioner Pam Grossman talks about feminist witchcraft, the power of images, the deliciousness of mystery, and her new book What is a Witch, with art from the amazing Tin Can Forest. http://www.pamgrossman.com/
Alchemist, writer, and artist Brian Cotnoir talks about the Emerald Tablet, stereograms, the transformation of matter, and the alchemy of film. http://khepripress.com/
Michael Phillips is a farmer, writer, carpenter, orchard consultant, and speaker who lives with his wife, Nancy, and daughter, Grace, on Heartsong Farm in northern New Hampshire, where they grow apples and a variety of medicinal herbs. Michael authored The Apple Grower and teamed up with Nancy to write The Herbalist’s Way. His Lost Nation Orchard is part of a diversified mountain farm in northern New Hampshire, and he also leads the community orchard movement at www.GrowOrganicApples.com. – See more at: Chelsea Green Publishing
On today’s program, Vince addresses a question he’s been asked thousands of times as an activist and writer: “What do you want?” And, more importantly, “How are we going to get it?” The Left knows what it doesn’t want – exploitation, inequality, dis-empowerment, racism – but what replaces the structures, institutions and cultures that produce these phenomena? People can resist all they wish, but without a vision for the future, resistance is futile. Let’s talk about the future.
Solartopia celebrates the amazing life & unmatched activism of the legendary MICHAEL MARIOTTE, a truly one-of-a-kind No Nukes activist, pamphleteer, researcher and strategist who recently passed away from pancreatic cancer.
Michael’s legendary career as a nuke-buster, grassroots organizer, writer, speaker, rock drummer and husband/parent/friend has inspired a whole generation. For decades he has been at the core of fighting the nuke industry in general, with particularly powerful impact at Calvert Cliffs in Maryland, the uranium project in Louisiana he helped defeat, and much much more.
Our tributes begin with MARY OLSON from the NUCLEAR INFORMATION & RESOURCE SERVICE, which Michael has helped lead since the 1980s. PAUL GUNTER then joins us, along with KEVIN KAMPS, both from BEYOND NUCLEAR.
ALFRED MEYER chimes in from PHYSICIANS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY along with BOB BACKUS from the Seabrook fight, ROCHELLE BECKER from Diablo Canyon, TIM JUDSON (the new Executive Director of NIRS), DIANE D’ARRIGO of NIRS, ALLISON FISHER from PUBLIC CITIZEN, attorney DIANE CURREN, Michael’s band-mate and more.
For those of us who knew him, the hole Michael leaves in our movement and in our hearts will be impossible to fill.
There are few greater things one can do to further our power and wellness than what Michael accomplished in his lifetime.
Thank you, brother. We hope you enjoy the show….
1) CA Overturn Citizens United Act and Let The People Vote Act
Michele Sutter, MOVI (Money Out Voters In) co-founder, is a writer, teacher, producer, and activist. She is a former Story Editor at HBO and a former co-chair of The 29th StreetProject, a New York City based theater artists’ cooperative. She also produced the 2009 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award winning musical adaptation of Aristophanes’ The Wasps.
2) “Hillary Clinton Killed Berta!
Silvio Carrillo is an Oakland, California-based freelance journalist and nephew of Berta Caceres. You can follow the latest updates on her case at BertaCaceres.org or Facebook and Twitter: @JusticeforBerta.
Millennial-Boomer Perspectives on the Democratic Campaign for the Presidency: Listen to Katie Halper, of the Katie Halper Radio Show. Halper, a comedian, writer, filmmaker and former history teacher based in New York — discusses this coming weeks’ New York Democratic Presidential primary
Cory Morningstar is an independent investigative journalist, writer and environmental activist, focusing on global ecological collapse and political analysis of the non-profit industrial complex. She resides in Canada. Her recent writings can be found on Wrong Kind of Green, The Art of Annihilation and Counterpunch. Her writing has also been published by Bolivia Rising and Cambio, the official newspaper of the Plurinational State of Bolivia.
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