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CPR News: Weekday World, October 15, 2018

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This Week In Palestine: Mohammed Eid on the effect of Trump's UNRWA cutoff on P...

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By now we have all heard the reports that Trump is continuing the US assault on the Palestinian people by cutting off all aid to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA). What does this mean for the Palestinian people, especially those in trapped in Gaza? We address that this morning in a presentation by Mohammed Eid, who was born and who grew up in a refugee camp in the Gaza strip, and who has been working for UNRWA in Gaza. Eid gave this power point presentation in the Palestine Center in Washington, DC. Unfortunately as a radio audience you will not see the images he occasionally refers to, but the power of his narrative is the core of the presentation and makes it relevant for our purposes.

In particular, he describes the culture of human warmth that makes Gaza a wonderful place to live despite Israel's vicious, never-ending bombings and home demolitions.. Braving Israel's endless checkpoints and brutal "security" apparatus is just a routine day for Palestinians, who do not respond in kind. He describes some of UNRWA's experiences.

New World Notes: #554 -- Human Resources, Part 1

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Scott Noble's wide-ranging and fine documentary film of 2010. It's about the many attempts--some fairly successful--to reduce human beings to mere "cogs in the machine"--in order to further increase the wealth and power of the elite.

This first installment focuses on industrial relations. Through "scientific management," power in the workplace was taken from workers and given to management--yielding higher profits for the owners but degrading conditions for workers.

Introduction by KD.

Radio Ecoshock Show: Stopping Cruel Climate Change

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Let's wade into the swamp of climate illusions with Australian author David Spratt. Then Aussie radio host Vivien Langford takes us to the courthouse. Kids and grannies blocked trains to the world's largest coal port. Hear the living voice of activists - why they risk so much to save our climate.

Houston Indymedia: American Genocide- high school kid to imperialist teacher

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American high school kid writes an essay to his imperialist english teacher.

Class War Battlefield Podcast: Episode 2018.08. Populism's Multi-Trillion Dolla...

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The connection between Traditional Conservatism, Populism, Socialism and Democracy - and how the bailout, in retrospect could have stopped the economic crash of 2008 if it had been implemented earlier.

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

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An eclectic collection of interviews and odd news designed to entertain

October 14, 2018: The Appalachian Sunday Morning - S2

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October 14, 2018: The Appalachian Sunday Morning - S1

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Latin Waves : interviews Grahame Russell

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Grahame Russell is a lawyer and director of Rights Action, he is the author of "Code Z59.5" & "The Never Ending". In this segment we speak to Russell about his book Code Z59.5 There is Only One People Here. In which he exposes the systemic root causes of poverty, the link between mining and repression in Indigenous People's land in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. Why inequity affects us all.

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