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"News, Sports, & Information" with Kelly (archive)

Sunday, July 30, 2017 | 18:30 to 20:00 | educate!

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Living Planet 21st Century Solutions for Sustainable Food DW ~ Deutsche Welle PRX 21st century solutions for sustainable food: From bio-hacking to crowd-butchering, solar-powered milk cans to livestock resilient enough for Africa's drought-ridden future. Two words: camel milk.
Making Contact Walk the Talk: Stories of Indigenous-led Resistance to Oil and Waste RadioProject.org - On this edition of Making Contact, we’ll meet people challenging polluters in their own backyard. Not to push hazardous industries into another neighborhood. Instead they’re developing visionary solutions for a better life for all and for the future of the planet. From urban to rural communities, we’ll learn about indigenous-led efforts to protect public health and the environment for future generations.
With Good Reason A Curse Upon the Nation With Good Reason PRX In her new book “A Curse Upon the Nation: Race, Freedom and Extermination in America and the Atlantic World,” Kay Wright Lewis explores the black perspective on racial extermination. Also: Paula Seniors talks about her forthcoming book, which studies the lives of African American working class communist women and the link between the struggle for black civil rights and international revolution.