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Spirit and Art & Everything Above: Interview with Arnoldo Mosca Mondadori

A friend recently shared the thoughts of astronaut Ron Garan (https://www.rongaran.com/blog/) who seems to have been changed by his 178 days and 71 million miles in the “freedom” of space, and his time on the International Space Station. This transformation…

Interview with retired US Colonel Ann Wright: “I believe the US government’s policies are making the world a more dangerous place.”

The interview was conducted by Tanja Stopper, technical support by Kristine Karch. Dear Ann, thank you for taking the time for this interview. Ann, you served in the US Army/Army Reserves for 29 years and retired as a colonel. You also spent…

The Choreography of Hypocrisy

Interview with Francesca Albanese At the end of May ‘24, the third international conference of “The Alliance for Justice between Israelis and Palestinians” was held in Nuremburg.  Guest speakers from Israel, Palestine, the USA, England and Germany spoke to more…

How to Defeat Violence?

We publish here the conversation among Luca Marini – founder of the Alpha Community, siloist – and the young representative of the Points News channel, Daria Pick. This interview is about Silo, active nonviolence, mental suffering and personal development, going…

Alice Slater: Ridding the World of Nuclear Weapons

Pressenza recommended this interview done, almost a year ago, by our new partner BAR CRAWL RADIO Rebecca McKean and I visited Alice Slater in her Upper East Side apartment. Since 1968, Ms. Slater has been an anti-war activist and since 1987…

La Manga and David Andersson of Pressenza @ the WSCG

For the fourth time this summer Bar Crawl Radio podcast is not at a bar.  But we are continuing to have conversations with neighbors doing positive work for their community.  We will be talking with a citizen journalists who works…

The nationalism of hate is a partner of corporate neoliberalism.

Vandana Shiva (Dehradun, 1952) is one of the most renowned ecofeminist activists and intellectuals of our time. A PhD in quantum physics, she was one of the founders of the World Social Forum, a pioneer in opening up the debate…

BCR: Walking for Peace in Inwood Park

For this Bar Crawl Radio conversation we were not at a bar having a conversation with people working positively for their communities – but at Inwood Park – in upper Manhattan – former home of the Lenape People. Catholic Worker,…

Félix Díaz, a leader in the defense of indigenous peoples

Fighter for peace, defender of indigenous peoples, President of the Participatory Indigenous Consultative Council of the Republic of Argentina, lover of dialogue, declared apolitical, co-author with Araceli Maldonado of his biography “Qarashe. A fighter for his people and for the…

US vs. China: Who Really Stands for Peace?

Thousands of innocent civilians are dying– men, women, children– being bombed to death as they sit in their homes. Thousands of Ukrainian and Russian men have been unwillingly drafted into the military, torn from their families, forced to kill each…

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