We are digging into gardening. Specifically why and how to start your own garden.
Joy Moore our resident garden expert will talk about some of the benefits of having your own garden. We have Jeremy Watts, owner of Edible Ecology, Landscape Design and Construction (email@example.com) and Nicole Wires, a permaculture designer with Planting Justice in Oakland, CA. In the last segment we go to the phones to take your questions. Tonight on Full Circle.
Good evening and welcome everyone. In honor of women’s Herstory month, we celebrate the lives of amazing women… on tonight’s show we will hear the voices of women hitting the streets in protest of Donald Trump and his policies as well as the voices of courageous women such as Grace Lee Boggs, Barbara Lee. Tonight we will learn about the Restaurant Opportunity Center of the Bay Area (ROC) and their fight for sustainable living wage employment for service workers. Your hosts this evening are Theresa Adams and Audio Desperado Ephraim Colbert.
Here’s the link for ROC: www.rocunited.org or www.sanctuaryrestaurants.org
Link to the Documentary Film American Revolutionary: www.pbs.org/pov/americanrevolutionary/
For those who are familiar with Mr. Baldwin we’ll re-introduce you and for those meeting him for the first time, we will introduce you to one of history’s most prolific orators and thinkers. Mr. James Baldwin. We’ll also feature some of Mr. Baldwin’s most captivating speeches. That’s tonight on Full Circle.
National Bird follows the dramatic journey of three whistle blowers who are determined to break the silence around one of the most controversial current affairs issues of our time: the secret U.S. drone war. At the center of the film are three U.S. military veterans. Plagued by guilt over participating in the killing of faceless people in foreign countries, they decide to speak out publicly, despite the possible consequences….Their stories take dramatic turns, leading one of the protagonists to Afghanistan where she learns about a horrendous incident. But her journey also gives hope for peace and redemption. National Bird gives rare insight into the U.S. drone program through the eyes of veterans and survivors, connecting their stories as never seen before in a documentary. Its images haunt the audience and bring a faraway issue close to home. The show will feature excerpts from the film and an interview with the producer/director Sonia Kennebeck.
Watch the National Bird trailer and locate upcoming screenings near you here.
To view an interactive map of drone strikes in Pakistan.
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism Drone Wars site.
Good evening and welcome to Full Circle. The cultural affairs radio magazine produced by members of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program. It’s Black History month. A time to remember the contributions of African Americans. It is also a time to remember the struggles as well as the successes that shaped our lives. Tonight on Full Circle we have a potpourri of stories and commentaries from current and graduate apprentices..
On tonight’s show, we’ll talk about everything from skin color, and hair texture. We’ll also go back to a more somber time when lynching seemed to be as common as the sunrise. Then we visit the black history arts and artifacts exhibit in Antioch.
Tonight on Full Circle ladies and gentleman we will digress from all the commotion and all the excitement that’s going on in the world and just slow it down for a minute and take in a collection of thoughts on something we need just a little bit more of in the world right now. And that is the magic word. Love…Yes.. on tonight’s show…We explore in depth that so elusive word love. So whether you are somewhere madly deep in love… Tired of love… looking for love… Or lost a love I think we are going to have something that will interest you tonight .
All across America and throughout the world, the inauguration of President Trump has ignited an unprecedented activism against sexism, racism, classism and xenophobia as is evident in the events that have taken place since his election. The women’s march that took place the day after president Trump was sworn in is a good example of this activism. From Berkeley high school students who took to the street to demonstrate against Trump’s inauguration to the many voices of resistance at the women’s march in Oakland and the protest in San Francisco we speak to representatives from community groups who are actively organizing to resist tyranny and mobilize their communities into action.
Here is a list of the organizations mentioned on the show tonight.
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