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The Candidate as Organizer: Kerri Evelyn Harris, candidate for the Democratic Party nomination for US Senator in Delaware will discuss what residents need and why the shift from politician as entrepreneur to politician as organizer can help us take back democracy— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy. Http://prn.fm (live) and connectthedots.podbean (later today)

 
 
 
 
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Environmental Causes of Lyme Disease: Mary-Beth Pfeiffer, author of the new book, Lyme: The First Epidemic of Climate Change discusses the environmental context for Lyme Disease with Alison Rose Levy

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Healthy Nutrition for Newborns: Listen to Lucy Sullivan, the Founding Executive Director of 1,000 Days, a leading advocacy organization working in the U.S. and around the world to improve maternal and young child nutrition in the critical early life window— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.

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Facing Up to the Health Harm of the Industrial Food System: Journalist Kristin Lawless, author of the new book, Formerly Known As Food: How the Industrial Food System IS Changing Our Minds, Bodies, and Culture will discuss breast milk vs. infant formula, toxins in the food supply, and what a profit-driven food system does to our health— and why people must become healthy food advocates— with Alison Rose Levy.

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How Bernie Won: Jeff Weaver, the 2016 Campaign Manager for Bernie Sanders and the author of the new book, How Bernie Won, will offer his backstage insights into and  takeaways from the 2016 election, discuss how Progressives can move forward in 2018 and 2020, and examine what the Democrats only option for ending their party’s losing streak, so that Americans can win our country back from Trump, neoliberals, and corporate entrenchment, and advance towards a progressive future that works for people— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy. 

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The Resistance (or Lack of It) in Affluent Westchester: A Field Report from Local Organizers and Activists Brook Packard and Susan Rubin uncovering the suppression of Democracy by invisible, corrupted elects, and the privileged inert in a county with the highest property taxes in the US— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy

 
 
 
 
 
 
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When Cops Arrest Journalists for Doing Their Job: Listen to Michael Nigro, photojournalist, reporter, and documentary filmmaker who is currently covering  the Poor People’s Campaign on TruthDig, in conversation with Alison Rose Levy, about his unwarranted arrest, the war on the free press, and the need for Americans to listen to the voices and concerns of ordinary people, especially to the deprivations imposed on people at the lower economic strata. 

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One State More: Political analyst and organizer, Jeanne-Marie Dauray, discusses the surprising, but welcome recent ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in Illinois, discussing why women need equal rights, now more than ever, as well as the prospects for its passing in just more state, (Illinois? North Carolina?) and what we can do to help— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy. 
 
 
 
 
 
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Is Facebook a Stressor? Ravi Chandra, MD, psychiatrist and author of the new book, Facebuddha discusses the up and down sides of social media from a mental health perspective with Alison Rose Levy 
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The Good News on NAFTA and Looking Back on Chernobyl:  Lori Wallach, Director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch (and www.replaceNAFTA.org) will discuss the surprising potential for a much better deal on trade as the NAFTA agreement is renegotiated. In the show’s second segment, Professor Serhii Plokhy, Harvard historian and author of Chernobyl: the History of a Nuclear Catastrophe— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy. 
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