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    Resistance Radio: True News Here

    December 9, 2017

    Howard Rubin says that he became aware of how news and information is being presented to the public after listening to an interview on NPR about voter fraud. (They) had a show on where they were talking about voters, voter supression and issues like that, and they gave this Republican senator from North Carolina the last word which was that voter fraud was a real problem. And I've been following t ... more


    Dot Org: Water for People

    December 7, 2017

    Water For People exists to promote the development of high-quality drinking water and sanitation services, accessible to all.  On Thursday, December 14th there is a public Open House to meet with Country Directors in person.  CEO Eleanor Allen talks with host Steve Miller.   Download   ... more


    The Ripple Effect of Suicide

    December 7, 2017

    The holidays can be a difficult time for people who are bereaved, but for those impacted by suicide, the stigma that surrounds it can make it an even more isolating experience. Susan Marine and Lena Heilmann know that all too well. Susan lost her two children, Kevin and Alice, to suicide and Lena lost her sister Danielle to suicide. Their families have developed special traditions during the holid ... more


    HOPE into PRACTICE

    December 7, 2017

    Penny Rosenwasser is a founding board member of Jewish Voice for Peace and the author of “HOPE into PRACTICE: Jewish Women Choosing Justice Despite our Fears”, a book to help Jewish woman find the courage to speak out about issues of Israel/Palestine. Rosenwasser says the book is about liberation – linking personal healing with activism for justice and weaves a stories with themes of anti-Se ... more


    Expert On Colorado Capitol Sexual Harassment Allegations: ‘We Can’t Let This Become Normalized’

    December 7, 2017

    There’s the allegation of a lawmaker who suggested sexual acts and tried to force a colleague to go home with him. Another allegedly grabbed and slapped an aide’s buttocks as she walked in the Capitol. Another claim: A senator would regularly leer, comment on an intern’s clothes and linger, touching her shoulder. So far, our reporting has prompted four women to file formal sexual harassment compla ... more