Radio Theater
4:41 pm
Fri March 9, 2012

The First Woman by Lynn Miller

 

Sun. 3/18 6p: As a contribution to Women’s History Month, we travel with Lynn C. Miller on an excursion into the Archive of Forgotten Women where we encounter Victoria Claflin Woodhull, a suffragist and reformer from the late 19th century and the first woman to run for President of the United States. 

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The Environment Report
4:38 pm
Fri March 9, 2012

Documentary - Coal: Dirty Past, Hazy Future

Sun. 3/18 11a: Brew the coffee, turn on the radio, and check your electronic mail – you’re on your way to burning 20 pounds of coal for the day. 

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New Dimensions
4:36 pm
Fri March 9, 2012

Unleash Your Brain Power as You Age with Michael J. Gelb

Photo by user Vincent van der Pas Flickr

 

Sat. 3/17 6a: Research has shown that unlike our knees and hips, our brains improve with age.

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Afropop Worldwide
4:27 pm
Fri March 9, 2012

Afropop Scenes from Mali and Senegal

Photo by Ji-Elle Wikimedia Commons

Fri. 3/16 10p: Two favorite Afropop destinations are Mali and Senegal. We have enjoyed the active club scene in Senegal and marveled at the powerhouse singing of Thione Seck and other local stars.

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Native America Calling
4:23 pm
Fri March 9, 2012

The Right to Choose Emergency Contraception

Photo by Nate Grigg Flickr

Fri. 3/16 11a: A new report by the Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center was issued this week calling on the right to have access to emergency contraception referred to as “Plan B.”

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Native America Calling
4:18 pm
Fri March 9, 2012

Teachers Gone Wild

Photo by Corey Leopold Flickr

 

Thu. 3/15 11a: The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit on behalf of a Native American family in western New Mexico after a pregnant teen was allegedly asked to announce her pregnancy in front of the entire school. 

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Native America Calling
4:09 pm
Fri March 9, 2012

Native Women in the Courts

Photo by Clyde Robinson Flickr

Wed. 3/14 11a: March is Women’s History Month and we are taking a look at the Native women and the courts.

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Living on Earth
4:06 pm
Fri March 9, 2012

Cleaning up Fukushima

Wikimedia Commons

Wed. 3/14 8a: It’s been a year since three nuclear reactors and radioactive fuel pools melted down at the Fukushima power plant in Japan. The disaster contaminated nearly ten percent of the island nation.

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Native America Calling
4:04 pm
Fri March 9, 2012

Interpreting Our Own Timeline

Photo by user umjanedoan Flickr

Tue. 3/13 11a: The story of the people is one of the greatest treasures that can help to express our strength as Native nations. 

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CounterSpin
3:56 pm
Fri March 9, 2012

Conn Hallinan on Syria, Tom Tresser on the Olympics

Tue. 3/13 8:30a: Journalistic access to the unfolding crisis in Syria is dangerous and sparse. But that hasn't kept Western officials from insisting that the situation is black and white, with the Syrian regime of Bashir al Assad the bad actor, and rebel Syrian militias the good guys. 

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