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51 minutes | Jul 26, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Kara Dansky
Kara Dansky is a feminist and an attorney. She serves on the steering committee of the U.S. chapter of the Women’s Human Rights Campaign and chairs the Women’s Human Rights Campaign’s Committee on Law and Legislation. You can read more about her at karadansky.com
54 minutes | Jul 19, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: LuAnne Kozma
LuAnne Kozma, from northern Michigan, has been involved in a statewide grassroots effort to bring a proposal to ban fracking and frack wastes statewide to the ballot. She co-founded the group "Ban Michigan Fracking" and the ballot group "Committee to Ban Fracking in Michigan," which has been going around the state talking with people one-on-one about the dangers of fracking and frack wastes and why we need to ban the practice.
54 minutes | Jul 5, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: George Wuerthner
George Wuerthner is the former Ecological Projects Director for the Foundation for Deep Ecology. Currently he is the executive director of Public Lands Media. He is an ecologist and wildlands activist. He has published 38 books on environmental issues and natural history including such environmentally focused books as Welfare Ranching, Wildfire, Thrillcraft, Energy and most recently Protecting the Wild. Today we talk about wolverines.
52 minutes | Jun 25, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Four Arrows
Four Arrows (Wahinkpe Topa), whose Anglo name is Donald Trent Jacobs, is a professor at Fielding Graduate University and formerly the Dean of Education at Oglala Lakota College on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. He was selected by the Alternative Education Resource Organization as one of 27 visionaries in education, he received the Martin-Springer Institute Moral Courage Award for his Indigenous-based activism, and was involved in creating first the Marine No Take Zone on Pacific Coast of Mexico. He is an American Indian activist and author of 21 books and numerous articles and chapters about Indigenous worldview applications to contemporary world issues. His most recent book is Sitting Bull's Words for a World in Crises. In it he shows readers how to use the "CAT-FAWN connection" to move from dominant to Indigenous ways of understanding our place in the world, a technique Dr. Michael Fisher refers to as a "dehypnotizing technology" in his biography entitled Fearless Engagement of Four Arrows* which was published recently.
51 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Yasi Gerami
Yasi Gerami is an Iranian-Canadian artist, founder of Bluearth Films, and a world wanderer. She was born in Shiraz, Iran and is based in Toronto, Canada. Her enthusiasm in topics such as socio-political justice for world refugees and women's rights nominated her two short documentaries Away From The Walls and A Day With Lev at The CineSiege Film Festival. She edited Rice Balls in the same year which was also nominated at The CineSiege Film Festival. Yasi is the editor of the award-winning short documentary Guerilla. Yasi’s first feature length documentary, Sustenance, is about food's journey around the world, exploring controversies revolving around food and its interconnectedness with justice, climate change, and sustainability.Yasi co-produced her second feature documentary, Age of Iron, with her brother Davoud. Age of Iron takes viewers on a journey through Asia in its poetic critique of global capitalism, dissecting the system's inherent byproducts along the way: exploitation of the masses in the political South and alienation of the masses in the affluent North.
54 minutes | Jun 13, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Dan Kovalik
Dan Kovalik is an American human rights, labor rights lawyer and peace activist. He has contributed articles to CounterPunch, The Huffington Post and TeleSUR. He teaches International Human Rights at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Today we talk about his new book Cancel This Book: The Progressive Case Against Cancel Culture.
42 minutes | Dec 20, 2020
Resistance Radio - Guest: Graham Linehan
Graham Linehan is an Irish television comedy writer and director who, often in partnership with Arthur Mathews, has written or co-written a string of successful television comedies. He is best known for creating or co-creating the sitcoms Father Ted, Black Books, the IT Crowd, and Motherland.
55 minutes | May 30, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Michelle Lute
Michelle Lute is a conservation scientist and advocate with fifteen years’ experience in biodiversity conservation on public and private lands around the globe. She dedicates her professional life to promoting human-wildlife coexistence through effective public engagement, equitable participatory processes, and evidence-based decision-making. Michelle holds a PhD in wildlife management from Michigan State University, an MS in animal behavior and ecology from the University of Notre Dame, and a BS in geography and environmental science from Valparaiso University.
56 minutes | May 23, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Melissa Amarello
After more than a decade working on the conservation of reptiles in the American southwest, Melissa Amarello co-founded Advocates for Snake Preservation in 2014 to change how people view and treat snakes. She holds a Masters in biology for her studies of rattlesnake social behavior.
49 minutes | May 16, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Ja Reyalidad
Ja Reyalidad, currently located in Archipelago so-called-Philippines is a community organizer, promoting the idea of non-violent direct action and community defense. He also runs an autonomous space he calls Pirate Studio, where he creates and produces short films or documentaries, does podcasts, runs a community library, offering free workshops or skills sharing, practicing growing his own food, to breed radical consciousness and promote creative resistance. Jedd Lefthander is a member of the local coalition called Negros Environment Watch, Food Not Bombs, in Bacolod City.
51 minutes | Nov 27, 2020
Resistance Radio - Guest: Skylar Wilson
Skylar Wilson is a 33-year-old wilderness and meditation guide who founded Wild Awakenings and leads inter-cultural ceremonies. For more information and to get involved, visit orderofthesacredearth.org
50 minutes | May 2, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Laura Cunningham
Laura Cunningham is an artist-naturalist, author, and biologist, who also co-founded a conservation organization, Basin and Range Watch that works towards saving the California and Nevada deserts. She is the author/illustrator of the extraordinary book A State of Change: Forgotten Landscapes of California. Today we talk about California condors.
53 minutes | Apr 25, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Ralph Waldt
Ralph Waldt is a naturalist and author. He spent nearly two decades working for The Nature Conservancy as an interpretive naturalist in Montana and Arizona. Now semi-retired, Ralph lives along the San Pedro River in southeastern Arizona, where he continues to speak and write on behalf of the land and its life. He is the author of a new book on the San Pedro River, called The Life of the San Pedro River. This book is available through links at his blog, www.RalphWaldt.com
54 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Vaishnavi Sundar
Vaishnavi Sundar is a self-taught filmmaker, writer, and grassroots activist. She is from Chennai, the south of India. Her last film "But what was she wearing?" gave her the title of " canceled feminist." Even though that is India's only film on the topic that covered voices from women across caste, class, region and religious differences, it was cancelled on the basis of Vaishnavi's political opinion that men shouldn't be in women's sex segregated safe spaces. When she is not filming or writing scathing rebuttals to liberal feminist drivel, she is busy logging all things WTF on her new VLOG channel on youtube. Her most recent film, released January 29, is called Dysphoric.
52 minutes | Apr 11, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: DIANA JOHNSTONE, Ph.D
DIANA JOHNSTONE, Ph.D. A native of Minnesota, raised in New Deal Washington, Diana Johnstone has spent more than half her life in Europe as a political observer and journalist, working for Agence France Presse, for In These Times as European Correspondent, and as press officer for the Green Group in the European Parliament. She holds a BA in Russian Area studies and a PhD in French literature. She is author of three books including Fools Crusade: Yugoslavia, NATO and Western Delusions., and coauthor with her father, Paul H. Johnstone, of From Mad to Madness: Inside Pentagon Nuclear War Planning
50 minutes | Sep 18, 2020
Resistance Radio - Guest: Will Falk
Will Falk is a biophilic writer and lawyer. The natural world speaks and Will’s work is how he listens. He believes the intensifying destruction of the natural world is the most pressing issue confronting us today. His first book is "How Dams Fall: Stories the Colorado River Told Me." You can follow Will’s work at willfalk.org. You can follow his writing about the Ohio River at theohioriverspeaks.org. This writing about the river will when he finishes it become his next book. You can support his efforts at Help to Amplify the Ohio River’s Voice
53 minutes | Mar 28, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Jennifer Bilek
Jennifer Bilek is an artist, a journalist and an activist working for the liberation of women in society, as well, the protection of children and the planet. She has been researching the money and power behind the trans lobby since 2013 and is author of The 11th Hour Blog, which covers her research.
53 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Heidi Perryman
Heidi Perryman is a child psychologist who became an “Accidental beaver advocate” when a pair moved into Martinez California. The city was concerned that their dam would cause flooding and recommended trapping. She formed the group “Worth A Dam” to find solutions and educate the community about their benefits”
54 minutes | Mar 14, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Josh Slocum
Josh Slocum is the host of the new podcast Disaffected, which examines the role of abuse dynamics in society and politics. He believes that the personality disorders behind domestic and family abuse are becoming normalized on the American left, and have put us all in a relationship of domestic abuse with social justice activism.
53 minutes | Mar 7, 2021
Resistance Radio - Guest: Bill Plotkin, PhD
Bill Plotkin, PhD,‚ is the author of The Journey of Soul Initiation. As a depth psychologist, wilderness guide, and founder of western Colorado’s Animas Valley Institute, he has led thousands of women and men through nature-based initiatory passages. His previous books include Soulcraft, Nature and the Human Soul, and Wild Mind. He lives in Durango, Colorado and you can visit him online at http://www.animas.org.
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