Podcast: Radio RP&E

San Bernardino Groups Take on Warehouse Pollution

“These diesel trucks are going to go in our neighborhoods, regardless if you’re in Bloomington, Jurupa Valley, Fontana.

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Reflections of Activistas

Excerpted here are the voices of young activistas who redefine what it means to be part of the new majority as women of color.

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Sustaining Cultural Spaces

“So here I am! I get to be around all the kinds of people I like and enjoy, and who inspire me, motivate me, and make me happy. But I am also the poorest, the brokest, I’ve been in my whole life. In the beauty business, I made money because I was really good. This…

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Beyond Gay Marriage

“I absolutely think housing for poor, homeless, and low-income queer folks is a huge issue for us, as is doing anti-violence work…” —Kenyon Farrow

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Radical Visions, Possible Worlds

A panel discussion with Grace Lee Boggs and Immanuel Wallerstein Moderated by Scott Kurashige

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History of Exploitation: from Slavery to Domestic Work

An interview with Sheila Bapat “The roots of domestic work are deeply connected to the history of slavery in the U.S. It’s no accident that a vast majority of domestic workers were African American women to begin with, and increasingly now, immigrant women of color.” Example of auto embed code graded from side of posting…

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The Lie of Growth and the Power of the Small— Vandana Shiva and Gopal Dayaneni

  “The growing “bio-economy” is based on control, manipulation and commodification of life… things like microbial factories that are producing industrial food products, that will make fuels and pharmaceuticals, seeds and now even species.” —Gopal Dayaneni

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