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14 minutes | Sep 8, 2018
Free Indigenous Cookbook and Radio Matters
This weekend’s Ventura County Peace and Justice Network’s podcast features a new research study documenting a Radio Indigena en Oxnard success story. I then summarize how the organization running the radio station, Mixteco/Indigena Community Organizing Project (MICOP) co-developed a cookbook with researchers at CSU Channel Islands. The cookbook features recipes that may be helpful for suffers of helicobacter pylori and other illnesses. I dedicated this show to food lovers. When I first told a friend I was thinking of doing a radio show he responded, ‘”radio is dead.” Today I bring you a podcast story […] The post Free Indigenous Cookbook and Radio Matters appeared first on Ventura County Peace and Justice Network.
19 minutes | Sep 1, 2018
Three Stories of Three Oxnard Beaches
This podcast covers three Stories of three beaches: Silver Strand, Kiddie, and Ormond My station manager at Radio Indigena (94.1fm) in Oxnard, California wanted me to do a show on the environmental safety of Kiddie Beach. The news is good. Kiddie Beach is cleaner. In the podcast I summarize recent Heal the Bay and California Water Board reports to let you know why Kiddie Beach has had problems with cleanliness. The City of Oxnard has released a geographic information systems map with the location of all the sampling sites and […] The post Three Stories of Three Oxnard Beaches appeared first on Ventura County Peace and Justice Network.
23 minutes | Aug 10, 2018
Life, Death and Chemicals Podcast
Ventura County environmental groups, Citizens For Responsible Oil and Gas and Food and Water Watch, have a new tar sands advocacy project. This was an inspiration for creating a short podcast from my article, Life, Death and Chemicals. Life, Death and Chemicals by Natalie Cherot Much of America’s strawberry supply is farmed atop a rich deposit of oil. For a family living among the pesticides and drilling, the source of their health problems is a painful mystery. Welcome to the California tar sands. Published in Latterly A Longform pic […] The post Life, Death and Chemicals Podcast appeared first on Ventura County Peace and Justice Network.
59 minutes | Jul 22, 2018
Fear and a Hate Group Podcast
On Monday, July 9, 2018, Solidarity Radio interviewed Dr. Marta Martinez-Bravo and Julie Diaz about Senate Bill 54, the California Values Act, also known as the “sanctuary state” law. SB 54 aims to prohibit state and local law enforcement from holding undocumented immigrants in federal custody, unless they have been convicted of a list of designated crimes in the last 15 years, or are a registered sex offender. Martha Martinez-Bravo and Julie Diaz Martinez attended the nearly six-hour Simi Valley City Council on June 25th. The SB54 supporters did not […] The post Fear and a Hate Group Podcast appeared first on Ventura County Peace and Justice Network.
64 minutes | Jul 13, 2018
Conejo Valley Pride Podcast
Listen to Kendra Mellinger and Narissa Petchumrus are organizers of the first LGBTQ pride in the Conejo Valley California on the Radio Solidarity podcast. Saturday, September 22, 2018, at 11 AM – 6 PM at Civics Arts Plaza is Conejo Valley’s inaugural LGBTQ+ PRIDE Festival. There will be entertainment, food trucks, vendors, multiple counseling and healthcare services, youth space, and kids’ crafts. Visit the Conejo Pride website here Kendra Mellinger and Narissa Petchumrus discuss activists, Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera and the people who inspired their pride. Streaming now on Netflix Kendra Mellinger speaks about […] The post Conejo Valley Pride Podcast appeared first on Ventura County Peace and Justice Network.
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