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CPR News: CPR News, September 24, 2018

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Cool Jazz Set: Swing It Again; 9/23/18; set 1

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Cool Jazz Set: Swing It Again; 9/23/18; set 2

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Class War Battlefield Podcast: Episode 2018.05. Isolated Family Loneliness, A Precur...

Date Uploaded: 2018-09-24 02:43:01.0
If the liver fails the body, the body without proper intervention will cease operating, then die a very discomforting death. If the heart fails, ceasing operation is death. The pancreas, or kidney, operation declines but death is more easily stayed. In a society, the individual is a cell attached to a unit called a family. One family alone is likable to a tissue or collection of cells; placed with similarly cultured and specified cells, you’ll get an organ. Yet that organ, itself is not a stand alone functionary of the body. The Heart, Kidney, Pancreas, Liver, Intestines, Colon and all other bodily functionaries have within themselves organs. When these inner-structures, organs, are encased by a separating membrane with working circulatory systems, setting themselves apart from other similarly structured functionaries, we call them Organs. In a society, the first is a community – that is the inner organ structure, in America this might also be considered a county. Each state is similar to the functionary or Organ within the body. In a society if one family is afflcted with a disease which deveastes its entire line, the whole barely notices just like if one tissue in an inner organ is damaged, the body acknowledges the problem subtly but continues on without much interruption. However if the disease afflicts multiple inner organs across multiple organs, then the body will itself become afflicted by disease. We have entered a period in time when such afflictions, isolated to a few communities have produced outcomes which cost lives in school buildings.

CPR News: Weekday World, September 24, 2018

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Radio Ecoshock Show: Whispers of Hope

Date Uploaded: 2018-09-23 19:34:18.0
While nations dither on climate, Jodie Van Horn of Sierra Club reports on cities switching to renewable energy. Lifetime activist Campbell Plowden on the real way to save the Amazon rainforest - the "lungs of the planet".

Furious George Show: Trumpacolypse Now: Hurricane Flo

Date Uploaded: 2018-09-23 17:52:31.0
HERE is the show about the CLIMATE driven impacts of Hurricane Flo on NC, the Poor, and our water. Plus, we FEAR the TRUMP PRESIDENCY, Kava-nah, and the Russians are hiding in plane sight.

The Stuph File Program With Peter Anthony Holder: The Stuph File Program - Episode #...

Date Uploaded: 2018-09-23 16:55:11.0
An eclectic collection of interviews and odd news designed to entertain

New World Notes: #551 -- Sugar: The Bitter Truth, Part 2 (R)

Date Uploaded: 2018-09-23 16:02:34.0
More of Dr. Robert Lustig's engaging and wide-ranging talk on the poisoning of the American diet. He argues that the cause of our epidemic of obesity, metabolic disease, and cardiovascular disease is sugar, specifically fructose.

It's not just "empty calories," says Lustig: it's actually poison.

Industry is increasing the amount of fructose in foods, including and especially soda. High fructose corn syrup is not the only villain: many sugars are bad, ...

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Latin Waves : interviews Zoe Luba from Stop Demovictions Burnaby

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Zoe Luba is an organizer with Stop Demovictions Burnaby, coordinated by the alliance against displacement, a political organization building dual power between working class and indigenous communities to dismantle capitalism and colonialism. Stop demovictions Burnaby is fighting mass gentrification in the metrotown neighbourhood through grassroots resistance including public meetings, protests and occupations.

Stuart interviews Zoe about the many myths and prejudices surrounding issues of poverty and homelessness. How hard it is to survive on minimum wage jobs in an urban center and what barriers working class people face to get ahead. We examine a new way to look at work and possible solutions for the future.

Music by David Rovics, We are Everywhe

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