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  • Producer/Host: Valentine R.H. King
    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne
    Topic: Iraq Veterans Against War (IVAW)
    Guests: Amadee Braxton, Director of Development and Aaron Hughes, Organizing Team Leader, IVAW. FMI: www.ivaw.org

    What was the reason for IVAW forming? Why did today’s guest join the military? What is the justification of the war in Afghanistan now?

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  • Producer/Host: Valentine King
    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne
    Topic: Classism

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  • Producer/Host: Valentine King
    Studio Engineer: Joel Mann
    Topic: Charlie Howard memorials

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  • Producer/Host: Anita Arnold
    Studio Engineer: Joel Mann
    Topic: Maine Economic Human Rights
    What are economic human rights and how do they apply to Maine? Why do we have poverty and will it ever be eliminated? How does our class structure apply to economic human rights?
    Guest: Larry Dansinger, ROSC
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  • Producer/Host: Valentine King
    Studio Engineer: Joel Mann

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  • Producer/Host: Anita Arnold
    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne
    Topic: Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign
    What is the campaign and how is it connected to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? Why is poverty invisible and why are poor people blamed for their lack of resources? What is needed to mobilize resources to change the system of poverty in Maine?
    Guest: Cheri Honkola, National Coordinator of the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign
    Call-in show
    FMI: www.economichumanrights.org; www.mejp.org (Maine Equal Justice Partners)

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  • Producer/Host: Valentine R. H. King

    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Topics: Going deeper than labels.  Putting a human face on queerness.  Being queer in a rural setting.

    Guest: Jane Talley

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  • Producer/Host: Anita Arnold

    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Topic: Institutionalized Racial Justice

    Guests: Valentine King, Bahia Yuksan

    What is institutionalized racial justice?  How do we as activists move to dismantle the institutions, policies and laws that create inequality for targeted groups of people?  What is the Compact for Racial Justice?

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