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March 16, 2012  

Bruce Dixon is the co-founder and now Managing Editor of the Black Agenda Report, which has a broadcast that can be heard every Monday afternoon at 4 pm on the Progressive Radio Network.

In the past, Bruce was a rank and file member of the Black Panthers at the end of the 1960s and later became a leading union activist and community organizer dedicated to improving many of our nation’s poorest communities and neighborhoods.  He now serves on the state committee of the Georgia Green Party.

March 15, 2012  

Prof. Harald Welzer

Institute for Advanced Study in Humanities, Essen Germany

Topic:  the coming of Climate Wars and violence associated with climate change, resource depletion and mass immigration.

Prof. Harald Welzer is head of the Center for Interdisciplinary Memory Research at the Institute for the Advanced Study in Humanities in essen Germany, where he pilots the climate change project.  He is also a faculty member at the University of Flensburg and the Executive Director of the Futurzwei Foundation.

March 14, 2012  

Tracie McMillan is a former investigative reporter from New York who has focused on poverty and welfare issues.  She has written for publications such as the New York Times, Harpers, Saveur and Slate and was the managing editor of City Limits magazine and has been recognized for her work by World Hunger Year and the James Beard Foundation.

Her most recent work has been an important first hand investigation into food access in America and the relationship between food and social and economic status.  Her recent “The American Way of Eating: Undercover at Walmart, Applebees, Farm Fields and the Dinner Table” recounts her year of diving into the trenches of migrant labor on farms, working in fast food kitchens and as an employee at Walmart, all the while trying to survive on the same the salaries and work conditions as the subjects of her book.

March 13, 2012  

Dr. Dale Archer is a board certified psychiatrist, a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and founder of the Institute for Neuropsychiatry in Lake Charles, Louisiana.  He is the originator of what has become known as the continuum theory of mental illness, which challenges the more common,  reductionist idea that mental illnesses come with on and off switches between normalcy and abnormal.  His theory therefore goes against the established view that all mental iillness requires treatment.  Dr. Archer is also a radio and tv show host dealing with health issues. His site, provides free psychological advice online to dispel the myths and stigmas associated with mental illness.

His most recent book is “Better than Normal: How What Makes you Different Can Make you Exceptional”.

March 12, 2012  

The latest in health and healing, a report on yesterday's Rally at Indian Point -- a resounding success! -- plus, a special update on impending martial law in the US, and calls from listeners.

March 9, 2012  

Prof. James Gustave Speth has been one the true insiders and leaders of the environmental movement for the past four decades. For a decade he was the Dean of the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies at Yale University and now is on the faculty of the Law School at the University of Vermont in Burlington. In the past he co-founded the National Resources Defense Council, chaired the President’s Council on Enviornmental Quality under President Carter, was a senior advisor on President Clinton’s transition team, and was the founding president of the World Resources Institute. Prof. Speth also served as the CEO of the United Nations Development Program.  He has received many awards for his stance on dealing with global environmental problems, including Japan’s prestigious Blue Planet Prize for lifetime creative, visionary leadership.

Prof. Speth is the author of several books, the last being “The Bridge at the Edge of the World: Capitalism, the Environment and Crossing from Crisis to Stability” and his new article on the Orion Magazine website “America the Possible: A Manifesto” is an important piece for listeners to read.

March 8, 2012  

Darrell Rogers is the Communications Director with the Alliance for Natural Health- USA, which has been at the forefront for spearheading amendments to the Senate 510 Food Safety Bill, but ultimately wants it defeated. Matt has a higher degree in Government Studies from Catholic University in Washington DC and has worked in public policy and public affairs issues with Senatorial campaigning and on Capitol Hill. He has also worked as a political affairs specialist for one of the largest political consulting firms in DC.

March 7, 2012  

Gary discusses the dangers of taking too little vitamin D for women, high fat diets, pycnogenol, and more.

March 6, 2012  

William Broad is a senior writer and science journalist at the New York Times, where he has been since 1983, who has shared two Pulitzer Prizes for reporting on the Star Wars missile program and the Challenger space shuttle disaster, and has received both an Emmy and a Columbia University Dupont award. He has a graduate degree in the history of science from the University of Wisconsin and was a former reporter for Science magazine.

Bill has also been a very serious life long practitioner of yoga, having studied and practiced it for forty years.  His recent book – The Science of Yoga: The Risks and Rewards – is thorough investigation in the science and research performed over the years into the ancient form of mind-body health, both in the west and in India. It has been a very controversial work, having upset much of the American yoga community for deconstructing some of yoga’s health claims, while also supporting with scientific data other benefits to health and mental well-being.

March 5, 2012  

Health and Nutrition; Gary gives his insightful and thought-provoking thoughts about the Middle East; Listener calls

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