Interviews

10.05.2020

Face 2 Face with Guido Dettoni

Face 2 Face with Guido Dettoni

On the show we speak with Guido Dettoni, a multi-disciplinary artist, about one his work HANDSMATTER. In this piece, Guido has participants shape wax while blindfolded as a way to help them reach internal spaces where memories and emotions resurface and a reconciliation is achieved. This process relates to another… »

07.05.2020

Interview with Professor Zhang, regarding the Chinese care of COVID-19

Interview with Professor Zhang, regarding the Chinese care of COVID-19

We had the chance to interview Professor Zhang, who is working in Infection Department at the Health System in the city of Chongqing, China, in order to consult him, as an expert and part of the team helping Hubei Province, about the most important measures that were implemented in China… »

06.05.2020

Face 2 Face with Hannah Lupien

Face 2 Face with Hannah Lupien

On this show we speak with Hannah Lupien, Director of Special Initiatives at Queens Community House. As the Coronavirus pandemic impacts Queens’ population more than any other place in the country, social service organizations such as QCH have been faced with totally new and disproportionate challenges. Hannah speaks to how… »

03.05.2020

Tomás Hirsch: The Pandemic Could Generate New and Very Interesting Responses

Tomás Hirsch: The Pandemic Could Generate New and Very Interesting Responses

Pandemic, activism, social protests, neoliberal system, solidarity, social, personal and spiritual perspectives ; we discussed all these topics, with Thomas Hirsch, Chilean humanist deputy. The emergence of the coronavirus puts us in a new scenario and destabilizing for all. This change of habits and certainties for social… »

30.04.2020

Greater New York Green Options: More Than Gardens

Greater New York Green Options:  More Than Gardens

Food quality, investigation into labeling, Non GMO, organic foods, plant-based diets, food insecurity, sustainability, the environment—in recent years, these issues have become ever-more important for the health and well-being of the public becoming ever-more aware of informed choices for their lives and the lives of their families. Personally, I have… »

30.04.2020

Education Crisis: From Pre-K to Higher Ed, Students Face Unequal Access During Coronavirus Shutdown

Education Crisis: From Pre-K to Higher Ed, Students Face Unequal Access During Coronavirus Shutdown

We look at the impact of the pandemic on schools, universities, students, parents, teachers and professors — and who is at the table to shape what happens next. “We now have an economic crisis on top of the public health crisis, and the ways that we’re choosing to educate children… »

27.04.2020

Face 2 Face with Stacey Rutland and Diane Pagen

Face 2 Face with Stacey Rutland and Diane Pagen

On this show we speak with Stacey Rutland, founder of Income Movement, and Diane Pagen, of Basic Income NYC, about the situation regarding Universal Basic Income (UBI) in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. Stacey is covering the campaign at the federal level, pushing Congress to urgently provide a basic income… »

23.04.2020

Face 2 Face with Javier Castaño

Face 2 Face with Javier Castaño

On this show we speak with Javier Castaño, publisher of Queens Latino, about the situation of the Latino community in Queens under the Coronavirus pandemic. Javier shared his experience visiting pantries where people lined up for six city blocks to get food for their family. He also describes the impossible… »

17.04.2020

Franck Gaudichaud: “Look at Chile to understand the kind of world they want us to live in”

Franck Gaudichaud: “Look at Chile to understand the kind of world they want us to live in”

Interview by Jérôme Duval (www.elsaltodiario.com) Franck Gaudichaud* returned a few weeks ago from a stay in Chile and gave us an interview to talk about more than six months of social unrest that shook the country. The Chilean uprising began in October 2019 and spread like wildfire in… »

15.04.2020

Trump Cuts Funds for World Health Org as Oxfam Warns Pandemic Could Push Half a Billion into Poverty

Trump Cuts Funds for World Health Org as Oxfam Warns Pandemic Could Push Half a Billion into Poverty

As the confirmed cases of coronavirus surpass 2 million around the world, President Donald Trump says he will cut U.S. support for the World Health Organization. Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of The Lancet medical journal, called it a “crime against humanity.” Oxfam America said the cuts slash “any hopes for the… »

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