Listen to Fred Kirschenmann, pioneer of organic farming and champion of agricultural resilience (and also President of Stone Barns and Distinguished Fellow at the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy. The show focuses on the future of organic agriculture, the need for soil-based food agriculture, and the upcoming battle (in October) at the National Organics Standards Board to keep industrial hydroponics as a separate category rather than allowed it borrow the organic label and undermine local sustainable soil-based farming, which is crucial to food resilience and ecological stability. 
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It’s B-a-a-a-ack: Global Trade Deal Revisited- NAFTA 2.0:  Listen to William Waren, senior trade analyst from Friends of the Earth discuss  with Alison Rose Levy. the Trump Administration’s plans to instate the worst provisions of so-called “trade" agreements a la TPP that will threaten human viability on earth in the pursuit of corporate profits.

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Eyewitness to History: Listen to Michael Nigro, Emmy Award winning film-maker, journalist, and social justice activist who was on assignment during the hate incident in Charlottesville, VA and a direct eye witness to the tragedy there, speaking with Alison Rose Levy about the rise of the Alt-Right, the defense of freedoms and diversity, and how journalists must cope with the aftermaths of trauma in the course of their front line coverage. 

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Listen to Jeremy Lent, the author of The Patterning Instinct: A Cultural History of Humanity's Search for meaning in conversation with Alison Rose Levy about why our inherited world view needs to shift to in order for us to take global action on climate change.

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Tune in to Connect the Dots to find out about the Future of Organics, with Lisa Stokke, co-founder of Food Democracy Now! And Dave Chapman, an organic farmer for over 35 years in Vermont and the co-founder of the movement, Keep The Soil In Organic. They will discuss the erosion of Organics by industrial hydroponics. 
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Listen to Danny Goldberg, author of In Search of the Lost Chord: 1967 and the Hippie Idea, talking with Alison Rose Levy about the Sixties, the progressive movement, activism, where we go from here, and compassion. 
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How DAPL Happened: The Regulatory Climate that Favored the Dakota Access Pipeline: Listen to Steve Horn, journalist at DeSmogBlog.com who has covered the backstage policies of the current and previous presidential administrations that allow climate destroying energy practices such as pipelines, excavation, refineries, and exports— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.
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Food Independence or Food Monopoly: Listen to Marion Nestle, author of Food Politics, pioneering food advocate,  and Professor at New York University,  talking with Alison Rose Levy about food, organics, the food movement, activism and of course, food MONOPOLY as Amazon buys Whole Foods.
 
 
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When ace journalists Jordan Chariton and Bob McChesney wrote, Will the Last Reporter Turn Out the Lights? they probably didn’t realize that the reporter in question would be TYT’s Jordan Chariton, a man who rose to renown in 2016 as the last reporter to get off the set, put down the pundit’s mike and actually report on the compleat 2016 election cycle, down on the ground where reality resides. Chariton (present and reporting at Standing Rock) is currently writing a brilliant new book, Corporate Con Job. In conversation with Alison Rose Levy. Please check out Jordan’s book at http://corporateconjob.com/

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Judge Tells DAPL – No Go Without Environmental Study, featuring Sara Juanita Jumping Eagle, one of several plaintiffs in Jumping Eagle v. Trump, as well as lawyer, Bruce Afran, and Tangerine Bolen of Revolution Truth www.revolutiontruth.orgwhich launched the lawsuit on behalf of Native-Americans whose water is threatened and rights are violated by the DAPL pipeline– in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.

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