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Radio Thrift Shop: Broadcast 488

Date Uploaded: 2020-07-12 17:59:15.0
Radio Thrift Shop is DJ Frederick's "anchor" program, having evolved from Seldom Heard Radio in 2011. Radio Thrift Shop has a flexible format & an homage to the "underground" era of broadcasts of the 1960's and 1970's that DJ Frederick grew up listening to. RTS features a homegrown mix of vinyl records, 78s, 45's, LPs, private press releases, and a variety of cassette tapes and homemade / self released cds. Each broadcast of Radio Thrift Shop features an improvised or thematic playlist from DJ Frederick's music library



All Indie Radio: Program 24

Date Uploaded: 2020-07-12 17:55:31.0
DJ Frederick's bi-weekly half hour of lo-fi Indie folk, indie pop & indie rock from the 1970's to the present.



Radio Ecoshock Show: When Clouds Cannot Continue - The Great Warming (replay)

Date Uploaded: 2020-07-12 16:10:55.0
At cloud doomsday Earth's temperature soars 8 degrees C, 14 degees Fahrenheit. We hope that will never come, but if we go there, that is the end. New science from the lead author at NASA. Then from the Post Carbon Institute, Jason Bradford predicts the tide of humans into cities will reverse. The future is food, and local - we can prepare now for the end of fossil fuels & continuing climate threats.



Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Mike Paul in our Spotlight Interview (Folk) Hour 2

Date Uploaded: 2020-07-12 10:49:25.0
 



Building Bridges: Ntl. Education Assn. Says: No One Should Listen to Trump, DeVos o...

Date Uploaded: 2020-07-12 10:45:16.0
3 Million Strong The National Education Association (NEA) is the largest labor union and professional interest group in the United States and says “No One Should Listen to Trump, DeVos on Reopening Schools”!
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Mary Kusler, Senior Director for Advocacy of the NEA

Trump let loose with a another of his flurry of hysterical tweets condemning CDC guidance on reopening schools and threatened to withhold funding to schools that don’t reopen for fall, creating more panic for stressed families seeking leadership and assurances that their children can return to school safely during a deadly pandemic.

After Trump tweeted, “SCHOOLS MUST OPEN IN THE FALL!!!,” Eskelsen García, president of NEA fired back, “You forgot to add the word ‘SAFELY.’” NEA’s president Lily Eskelsen García says what’s good for students and school staff has nothing to do with politics and the safety and well-being of the student and parents is exactly what is at stake.

Safety does not appear to be a top concern of the Trump administration, who claimed the CDC guidance was too “restrictive” and too “expensive.” The CDC refused to modify what its health experts recommend, and education organizations like NEA are committed to following the science behind their advice.

“There’s no one that wants our kids back more than teachers … but we want to open it safely,” Eskelsen García said on CNN’s “New Day.” “I had 39 sixth graders one year in my class. I double-dog dare Donald Trump to sit in a class of 39 sixth graders and breathe that air without any preparation for how we’re going to bring our kids back safely.”

But the real false choice, Eskelsen García says, is what the Trump administration is pressuring parents to make. Choosing to prioritize the health of students and school staff is not a choice to prolong mental and economic distress, as the administration suggests. “None of us should accept the false choice,” Eskelsen García said. “There are ways to mitigate the risk. It will be costly but it’s worth every dime. We will not open an unsafe school. Nothing else is acceptable.”

Also missing from the Trump administration’s demand for reopening is any mention of the longstanding, vast inequities COVID-19 exposed. Black and Latino families are three times more likely to be affected by the virus and two times more likely to die. There is also a disparate economic impact with more people of color losing their jobs or housing due to the pandemic. And then there is the educational impact. Lower-income kids can’t participate in distance learning if they can’t access the internet or have no device. Even if they do, many have working parents who were unavailable to support them during online learning.

To address inequities as well as safety concerns Eskelsen García says, we need a robust response, which is included in the HEROES Act (Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions), passed by the U.S. House of Representatives, and now sits in the U.S. Senate. Money from the roughly $3 trillion House coronavirus bill must go directly to local and state governments and school districts.



Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Mike Paul in our Spotlight Interview (Folk) Hour 1

Date Uploaded: 2020-07-12 10:43:04.0
Welcome to Indigenous in Music. This week Larry welcomes from Pointe-Bleue, Quebec, singer, songwriter and performer Mr. Mike Paul. He has been enjoying the success of his album Origine. Hear his album on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/artist/2SVgIEiobY4mNsNGNTO8sa?si=DWTQ5p9eRgqzJKmryuAOYA.

Music from Mike Paul, Quantum Tangle, Lydia Kepinski, Tony Enos, Allen French, Captain Planet, XAXO, Julian Taylor Band, Indian City, Centavrvs, Bluedog, Wayne Lavalle, The Johnnys, Shawn Michael Perry, Nadjiwan, Chris Ferree, Rockapelli, Leela Gilday, Todd Barrow, Thana Redhawk, Shon Denay, Vilda, Zoe, Joey Styles, Carsen Gray, Jimmy Lee Young, Desiree Dorion and much much more.

If you love our show, you can make a donation now, show your support for US and our Musicians....Visit us on our music page at http://indigenousinmusic.com/make-a-donation. We are a non-profit, section 501(c)(3).



Tapes To Astonish: Walkuman Style #265

Date Uploaded: 2020-07-12 09:33:58.0
(1.) Live On Stage - Craig G
(2.) Great Expectations - Jurassic 5
(3.) Like this & like that - Rob Gonzales
(4.) It Can Do - Moka Only
(5.) Hidden In Plain Sight - Acetik ft. Bangerville and Conscious Thought
(6.) Soul Bring It - Jon Corbin
(7.) The Keys - Ewonee
(8.) Stereo Type - Unique Assassin ft. Shinobi Stalin and Ill Will
(9.) True And Livin' - Jazz One
(10.) Better Days - Josh Alias ft. Blaq Kush
(11.) Flick - Starvin B ft. Gorilla Nems and Napoleon Da Legend
(12.) Dreams & Visions - Singapore Kane
(13.) Let The Bricks Fly - Big Sproxx ft. Tona
(14.) Crimes Against Creation - Coops
(15.) Over - George Fields ft. Last Jazz Club
(16.) Miles Davis - Blu & Exile
(17.) Non-Stoppin the Groove - the B.U.M.S
(18.) Rap For Listeners - Vic Monroe
(19.) Preset 6 - thadizzie1
(20.) notallineate - P_11_x



Unusual Sources: Caesar Tries to Suffocate 17 Million Syrians

Date Uploaded: 2020-07-11 21:17:59.0
Rick Sterling discusses his recent article about the 'Caesar sanctions.' In June, the U.S. introduced the "Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act," which is an intensification of sanctions against the beleaguered country.

Sterling dismantles the sanctions and their justification: the original report was a propaganda exercise, and this will only intensify the burdens of Syrian civilians.



Global A Go-Go: July 13, 2020: Consistent fantasy is reality

Date Uploaded: 2020-07-11 20:41:46.0
Birdsong of Latin America; Turkish music with a science-fiction feel; cadence-lypso from the French Caribbean; blues and spirituals with a Global A Go-Go twist; West African highlife from 1958 to today; and Arabic pop and electronic dabke from Palestine and Syria



Talk is Cheap: Green Party Convention

Date Uploaded: 2020-07-11 17:09:37.0
 



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