Posts Tagged ‘FRSC’

3P-034 Confusion in the Cosmovision

Confusion in the Cosmovision: Replays an excerpt of an interview with Tupac Enrique Acosta called Wars of the Petropolis. Shows why the indigenous alliance of the Abya Yala looks at the culture of disposable resources as a confusion in the cosmovision. Reports on the latest news of the return of President Zelaya to Honduras, and the Cobra swarm snipers, thousands of heavily-armed soldiers, and 200,000 citizens that await him at the airport. Celebrates a local event called Food in the Hood benefiting the Amazonians through Red Ambiental Loretana, and Hondurans through Rights Action. Presents background research on Honduras regarding the School of the Americas, US military aid, sweatshop workers, and disappeared journalists. Relates the military coup in Honduras to the micro-coup at FRSC.

Poems:

  • Judy Brown, “Fire”
  • e.e.cummings, “seeker of truth”

Songs and/or Music Videos:

  • God is an Astronaut, “Remaining Light” 
  • Ethan Miller, “The Invisible Hand of the Market”
  • Devil Makes Three, “The Poison Trees”
  • Chumbawumba, “To a Little Radio”

3P-032 With Friends Like This, Who Needs Enemas?

With Friends Like This: Examines whether US foreign aid has been a benefit or a pain in the arse for impoverished people. Looks at a book by Dambisa Moyo called Dead Aid: Why Aid is Not Working and How There is a Better Way for Africa. Uses the evidence of Patrice Lumumba, Mobutu, and AFRICOM to contradict her conclusion that Africans need tough love.  Relates the recent drama at Free Radio Santa Cruz and plays our listener survey, which was called racist, ignorant, offensive, skin privileged, Nazi propagandist, white supremacist, fearmongering hate speech. See what all the excitement’s about!

Poems:

  • Diana Der-Hovanessian, “Shifting the Sun” 

Songs and/or Music Videos:

  • John Hiatt “Your Dad Did”
  • Bruce Cockburn, “Call it Democracy” 
  • Iron & Wine “Upward Over the Mountain”

Informational Video:

  • “Resist AFRICOM”