Tag Archives: Tidings from Hazel Kahan

Nancy Stout: One Day in December–Celia Sánchez and the Cuban Revolution

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Nancy Stout, author of One Day in December: Celia Sanchez and the Cuban Revolution, a biography of Celia Sánchez, a leading architect of Cuba’s revolution, published by Monthly Review Press with a foreword by Alice Walker. Celia is a fascinating, … View full post

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Gary English, artistic director The Freedom Theatre, Jenin

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Gary English, Founding Artistic Director of Connecticut Repertory Theatre and Distinguished Professor in Dramatic Arts at the University of Connecticut. More recently, he has been working as artistic director of The Freedom Theatre in Jenin Refugee Camp in Palestine’s occupied … View full post

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Rob Hopkins: Transition Towns Movement

RobHopkins, Transition Towns Movement

Rob Hopkins, founder of the Transition Network, talks about an international movement of community-led response to climate change, resource depletion and fossil fuels.  Embraced by communities in  34 countries, including 130 (so far) in the US, the Transition model provides a sustainable  blueprint … View full post

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Medea Benjamin on drones and drone warfare

Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control

Medea Benjamin, co-founder of CODEPINK and Global Exchange, discusses her new book Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control, her recent delegation to Pakistan to express solidarity with the Pakistani people and to protest US drone strikes, the numerous legal, moral and … View full post

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Free Speech Radio News: Catherine Komp and Dorian Merina

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Producer Catherine Komp and anchor Dorian Merina of Free Speech Radio News talk about FSRN’s news gathering and editorial process, its virtual, commuting operations and its worker-run collective organizational structure.  FSRN came into being in 2000 by striking reporters protesting … View full post

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Nora Kramer, vegan and animal rights activist

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Nora Kramer, vegan and animal rights activist, Texas coordinator for  Mercy for Animals and founder of YEA camps, talks about her life’s path, her philosophy and practice of activism and her love of sports. (Broadcast on WPKN 89.5 Bridgeport, CT on August … View full post

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