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SuperStorm Sandy Revisited : Today Leslie Cagan, coordinator of the Peoples Climate Movement NY and who brought 400,000 people into the streets demanding action on the global climate crisis as co-coordinator of the Sept. 21, 2014 People’s Climate March,  will speak about environment, resilience, and upcoming actions in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.
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 Listen to Charles Derber, , a professor of  sociology at Boston College, whose new book, Welcome to the Revolution, features contributions from Gar Alperovitz, Medea Benjamin, and Ralph Nader about concrete ways to universalize resistance in the current epoch— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.
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Today’s show: In Remembrance of Bob Gough: Lynne Colombe, the editor of The Todd County Tribune and  President of the St Francis Indian School Board— and the stepdaughter of the late tribal elder, environmentalist, attorney, and activist Bob Gough— will share remembrances of him and discuss his invaluable contributions to the indigenous people and the earth. 

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A rebroadcast (from December 2014) of a conversation with the late environmentalist and tribal elder, Robert Gough, an attorney specializing in cultural ecology, who has worked with Indian Tribes on cultural and natural resource issues over the past thirty years. Topic: why indigenous communities are serving on the front-lines of environmental activism.

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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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