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08.09.2020

Science and Stake Behind the COVID Vaccine Development: China Vs. U.S.

Science and Stake Behind the COVID Vaccine Development: China Vs. U.S.

By Lee Siu Hin The global race to develop COVID-19 vaccine, there’re the good, the bad and the ugly. On August 11th, 2020 Russia announced they had registered the world first COVID-19 vaccine, call “Sputink V”, while not yet enter the critical Phase III trail (any drugs need to pass… »

03.09.2020

Face 2 Face with Elizabeth Castanedas and Tatiana Lindo

Face 2 Face with Elizabeth Castanedas and Tatiana Lindo

On this show we speak with Elizabeth Castanedas and Tatiana Lindo about the present situation in Colombia, where President Duque is trying to undo everything from the previous administration and several youth leaders have been killed over the past few months.  … »

27.08.2020

Cut U.S. Military Budget in Order to Afford Another Stimulus Package

Cut U.S. Military Budget in Order to Afford Another Stimulus Package

By Deseri Tsepetis Your favorite local businesses are reopening. Maybe even the local restaurant you’ve been ordering takeout from is finally allowing you to sit down and have your favorite meal. Americans have been impacted greatly by Covid-19, and the fight is not over. Whether you agree that the economy… »

25.08.2020

Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King Opens the Atomic Pandora’s Box

Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King Opens the Atomic Pandora’s Box

August 19 was the anniversary of the signing of the historic Quebec Agreement by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill in Quebec City in 1943 for the joint development of the atom bomb by the U.S., the United Kingdom and Canada. By Anton Wagner Canadians and the world should not… »

24.08.2020

African Asylum Seekers Jailed in Louisiana Stop Eating in Protest

African Asylum Seekers Jailed in Louisiana Stop Eating in Protest

Advocates want congressional investigation into treatment of Black asylum seekers By Frances Madeson In the Mankon language, spoken in northwest Cameroon, mughu is a word for hell. Northwest Cameroon was home to more than a dozen of the 48 African asylum seekers now confined in Louisiana at Pine… »

14.08.2020

Save Our Storefronts (S.O.S.) call out until NYS takes action on commercial rent relief!!

Save Our Storefronts (S.O.S.) call out until NYS takes action on commercial rent relief!!

Join us to hear updates about the SOS emergency legislation NYS Bill S-8865 on Wednesday, August 19th, 11 AM Register here Introduced by NYS Senator Brad Hoylman to the NYS Senate, the bill calls on commercial tenants, landlords and the state to share the burden of the… »

05.08.2020

An Open Letter to the People of Japan From Concerned Peace Organizations and People of the United States

An Open Letter to the People of Japan From Concerned Peace Organizations and People of the United States

—In observance of the 75th Anniversary of the Atomic Bombings of Japan— We, the undersigned, representing a coalition of concerned peace organizations and people of the United States, are advocating for abolition of nuclear weapons globally. We are gathering here to express our sincere regrets and apologies for our nation’s… »

05.08.2020

Face 2 Face with Brent Fidler

Face 2 Face with Brent Fidler

On this show we speak with Brent Fidler, the author of Shadows of Nagasaki, a science-fiction story in which Japanese nuclear bomb victims reanimate as tormented Yurei ghosts to enact vengeance on the descendants of those involved in the Manhattan Project at Los… »

05.08.2020

US Event: 75th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

US Event: 75th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

August 6th and 9th are the 75th anniversaries of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. To mark those dates, over 160 organizations from across the US have joined together for a national virtual event: #StillHere: 75 Years of Shared Nuclear Legacy. The… »

01.08.2020

John Lewis and My Montgomery

John Lewis and My Montgomery

By Nan Frydland When John Lewis headed to Montgomery in 1958, I did, too. He was going to meet Martin Luther King, and my mother was taking me to meet my grandparents. My mother was no stranger to Montgomery, having lived there until the Great Migration swept her parents up… »

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