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CPR News: Weekday World, January 14, 2019

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if music could talk: If Music Could Talk - Jan 13 2019

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Latin Waves : interviews journalist and filmmaker Jesse Freeston

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Jesse Freeston is a Canadian journalist and filmmaker. His work focuses primarily on social movements in North and Central America, he video journalism is found on the The Real News Network, his work can also be found on

Host Sylvia Richardson speaks to Jesse about the recent military style attack and removal of The Wet’suwet’en people from their territory by RCMP, they have
have never signed treaties with Canada or sold their lands, a fact confirmed by Canada’s Supreme Court in 1997 in a landmark case known as Delgamuukw.

They talk about the blockade to block trans mountain from building a pipeline that would fuel the process known as fracking, what this means for Canada and what it means for our Prime Minister whom speaks the language of reconciliation yet his actions show the status quo towards first nations rights.

Something Beautiful: Something Beautiful 1901

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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

Radio Ecoshock Show: Warming Faster Than We Think

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Professor David Victor delivers stiff warning from Nature: "Global warming will happen faster than we think". Then Mike Davis, author of "Ecology of Fear" and "Planet of Slums". In 1990, Davis explained why California would burn. We get his reaction to being too right.

New World Notes: #567 -- The Corporations and the Economy (R)

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Corporate profits and stock prices continue to go up, up, up. Yet unemployment remains high, layoffs are increasing, poverty and personal debt are increasing. How can this be? NOAM CHOMSKY, JIM HIGHTOWER, DAVE JOHNSON, The New York Times, and singer MIKE STOUT provide some answers. Hint: don't blame nature, the Internet, new technologies, or China. Changes in federal laws and regulations--which Big Business fought hard for--enabled and encouraged the current mess.

The Mind's Ear: Ostrobogulous

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The Mind's Ear Program #44: "Ostrobogulous"

Tune in to The Mind's Ear every Saturday night at 9 p.m. (PST) and every Sunday night at 7 p.m. (PST) on Free Radio Santa Cruz (101.3 FM).

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Sounds From the Global Village: Sounds From the Global Village 1901

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Segment One

Traditional Alegrias by Los Romeros

CD: World of Flamenco (Decca)

Pare Loye Jao Amay by Farida Parveen and Gazi Abdul Hakim

CD: Le Monde des Musiques Traditionelles, Vol. 3: Pakistan, India, Bangladesh (Ocora)

Anyango Maggy by The Migori Superstars

LP: Flee Issue No. 1: Benga Music: A Distinctive Genre From Kenya (Flee)

Segment Two

Anarouz by 3MA

CD: Anarouz (Six Degrees)

Usarema Niyo by Berivan Aral

CD: Çerxde (Z Ses Goruntu)

La Que Se Pega by Sixto Silgado Paíto and Los Gaiteros De Punta Brava

CD: Le Monde des Musiques Traditionelles Vol. 6: From the USA to Argentina (Ocora)

Segment Three

A Song (Robayat-i Khalqi), Popular Quatrains by The Roshan Troupe

CD: Tajik Music of Badakhshan (Smithsonian Folkways)

Dance for Rites of Passage: Bamara Ganza (Banda-Dakpa) by Unknown

CD: Central African Republic (Smithsonian Folkways)

Noqu Vanua by The Solovola Village Group

CD: Fiji: Songs of Love and Homeland: String Band Music (Smithsonian Folkways)

CARP 2018: Season 1 | Program 1 | California Audio Roots Project

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Sharon tells us how Willie Mays influenced her life.

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