In this episode, we continue our discussion about Environmental Justice with Angie Balderas, Elise Eifler, and Mary Valdemar. The conversation includes topics such as, who needs to show up to the fight, why grassroots organizations are leading the way, and what you can do to help everyone breathe a little easier. Don't miss our second installment as we dig into local solutions!   

We hope you enjoy Part 2 of Environmental Justice For All!


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In this episode, we spoke with Angie Balderas, Elise Eifler and Mary Valdemar about Environmental Justice. It was incredible to hear how environmental inequity affects education, health, industry, and racism. In fact, there was so much to get into that we decided to release the episode in 2 parts. 

We hope you enjoy Part 1 of Environmental Justice For All!


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January 25, 2019

Medea Benjamin CODE PINK

We catch up with Medea Benjamin just before she heads out to join the Indigenous People's March -- We talk about going up against the most powerful, her in-your-face activism, challenging the biggest companies and behemoth military industrial complex with CODEPINK and Global Exchange NGO.
She speaks on the need for truth in media and how she creates her own frontline journalism with webinars from war-zones. She talks about past victories like the Fair Trade movement and the Iran Nuclear Deal. She even shares the hilarious story behind the name CODEPINK.
We learn from one of the world's most successful activists what it takes to win and why divestment is a key part of what we can all do to effect change.
<< ALSO IN THIS EPISODE: PAST EPISODE UPDATE What's going on with US involvement in Yemen and what you can do about it >> 
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January 11, 2019

Comedy Meets Politics

Francesca Fiorentini of The Bitchuation Room Podcast, Nat Geo, News Broke and The Young Turks spoke to us about the role of comedy in politics, activism, and badminton in the White House! 

Be sure to check out her podcast @The Bitchuation Room 

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December 28, 2018

Direct Trade

What would the world look like if we knew where the things we consume came from --- if we knew the people who made them --- if we knew how we are connected.  

Tory Jones and Ryan Berk both have chosen to build companies where not only the ingredients of their products matter but the people who make them matter.



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December 22, 2018

Trans Lives

We speak with Palm Springs Councilwoman Lisa Middleton and vlogger Carter Elias Omar about their experiences as openly transgender people - navigating coming out, their personal history and current experience.

We talk about the eruption of anti-trans laws in the United States as well as the hope present in the response of more and more families being open and helping their children in exploring identity.

The key lies in education, recognizing our shared humanity, and embracing our differences with human kindness. 

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Sparked by the tragedy at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh... We are talking about the history and rise of anti-Semitism in the United States especially this past year

with guests Rabbi Lindy Reznick leading Congregation Emanu El in Redlands and Gerarda Costello, Professor of History at both Crafton Hills College and University of Redlands as well as teaching Critical Studies for the Univ. of Redlands School of Business.

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December 7, 2018

Unmediated Updates

Sharing our congratulations to past guests and unveiling some exciting news on The Reader KICKSTARTER Launching FEB 5

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November 30, 2018

The Politics of Food

We talk with author, farmer, and innovator Joel Salatin of Polyface Farms. He describes the ways in which we can eat cleaner, better tasting, more sustainable food that is also good for the environment. Joel speaks with us about how the government is creating a problematic food industry in the United States. 

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November 16, 2018

Literacy and Imprisonment

In this week's episode, Steve Bell of the Prison Library Project shares his personal journey from prison to passing the Bar. He credits his success to a simple yet necessary approach, reading and giving others the gift of reading. With an estimated 75% illiteracy rate in the United States prison system, Steve tells us how the Prison Library Project is combating recidivism one book at a time!


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