Standing Rock Call to Action ~ Call the Army Corps of Engineers #NoDAPL~

Bioneers

Published on Oct 23, 2016

Kandi Mossett, Tara Houska, and Dallas Goldtooth present an update and call to action on the situation at Standing Rock, North Dakota – where thousands of Indigenous water protectors and allies are defending sacred lands from desecration by the Dakota Access Pipeline in the face of police brutality and arrest.

Filmed live at the Bioneers 2016 Conference on October 23, 2016.

Learn more at http://www.bioneers.org

The Army Corps of Engineers Contact information 

Honor the Earth 

Sacred Stone Camp

Indigenous Environmental Network

Ongoing News Coverage of #NoDAPL at Democracy Now!

Beat the heat this week with Super Cool Radio ‘Like You’ve Never Heard It Before’ aka KKFI 90.1 fm, 24/7, Streaming Live Online for your pleasure. Oh hell, yeah!

The heat is upon us, but that doesn’t mean that we’re not cool.  We’ve got some way-cool programs this week, including:

Monday
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The BPU/Sierra Club Settlement EcoRadio KC | July 8, 2013 | 6:00 pm  Host Richard Mabion looks at the recent settlement between The Sierra Club and the Board of Public Utilities over the burning of coal in Wyandotte County. Read More
Tuesday
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White-washing Human Rights Abuses and Suppressing a Popular Revolution Law and Disorder | July 9, 2013 | 9:00 am  Two years since the Arab-Spring demonstrations erupted in Bahrain, human rights abuses continue to this day. In 2011, an independent report exposes these abuses that compelled the Kingdom of Bahrain to hire former NYPD police chief John Timoney to white was acts of political repression. Who is John Timoney and why was he outsourced to Bahrain? We ask legal worker and journalist Kris Hermes who recently penned the article John Timoney and Kingdom of Bahrain: White-washing Human Rights Abuses and Suppressing a Popular Revolution. Read More
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The Pastor Who Became an Atheist, Modern Mystics, and More Interfaith Voices | July 9, 2013 | 12:00 pm  A reverse-conversion story: How ex-pastor Jerry DeWitt quietly lost his faith while preaching from the pulpit. Read More
Wednesday
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Ella Baker Pacifica Radio Archives’ “From the Vault” | July 10, 2013 | 5:00 am This week on From the Vault we salute one of the great understated contributors of the Civil Rights Movement, Ella Baker. In 1968, several important Civil Rights leaders and activists decided to honor this tireless activist, and the resulting recording, A Salute to Ella Baker, became an instant Pacifica classic. Read More
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There’s Something Happening Here Your Morning Buzz: Wednesday | July 10, 2013 | 6:00 am Brazil! Egypt! Turkey!.  Uprisings are flaring up all over the globe.  On Your Morning Buzz this Wednesday, Mike Murphy weaves the music of these cultures with other songs of uprising. Read More
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Incarceration Nation Alternative Radio | July 10, 2013 | 9:00 am  Michelle Alexander is a professor of law at Ohio State University and holds a joint appointment at the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity. Formerly the director of the ACLU’s Racial Justice Project in Northern California, she served as a law clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Harry A. Blackmun. She is the author of the bestseller “The New Jim Crow.” Read More
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Wednesday MidDay Medley presents: Madisen Ward Wednesday MidDay Medley | July 10, 2013 | 10:00 am  Mark plays New & Local Releases from: The Bad Ideas, The Architects, Schwervon!, Sneaky Creeps, Root & Stem, Madisen Ward, Gentleman Savage, David Byrne & St. Vincent, Mavis Staples, Sonny & The Sunsets, and California Wives. At 10:15, Mark talks with singer/songwriter, Madisen Ward who grew up in the outskirts of Kansas City, Missouri. Madisen recorded his debut EP, “We Burned The Cane Field” with his Mother, “Mama Bear”, (Ruth Whitlock-Ward). At 11:00 Mark welcomes one of KKFI’s incredible volunteers, Philip Bauer, who will play some of his favorite recordings from: Rush, The Rolling Stones, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Michael Jackson, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Santana, No Doubt, Ugly Kid Joe, Red Elvises, and Prodigy. Read More
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“Freedom for the Thought that We Hate’ Bookwaves | July 10, 2013 | 12:00 pm In honor of recent Supreme Court decisions, a 2008 interview with the late legal scholar and journalist Anthony Lewis (1927-2013) about his book, “Freedom for the Thought that We Hate’ and First Amendment Rights. Read More
Big, Scary UFO From Ark to Microchip | July 10, 2013 | 12:30 pm  This week on From Ark to Microchip, we discuss curious acausal time links Read More
The Left Forum Continues All Souls Forum | July 10, 2013 | 6pm More from NYC’s Left Forum held last month Read More
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The Real Thing L.A. Theatre Works | July 10, 2013 | 7:00 pm  Tonight on L.A. Theatre Works, a 2009 performance of The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard is featured, starring Simon Templeman and Carolyn Seymour. Read More
Thursday
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A New Way of Life and the New Underground Railroad Sprouts | July 11, 2013 | 12:00 pm Making a Break for Freedom During the Era of Mass Incarceration Read More
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Survivors of Solitary Confinement Making Contact | July 11, 2013 | 12:30 pm  Tens of thousands are in solitary confinement in American prisons which according to the United Nations is torture. Producer Claire Schoen met nine former prisoners who describe in detail what it’s like to be in solitary confinement. Read More
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Tab Benoit Beale Street Caravan | July 11, 2013 | 3:00 pm Tab Benoit on The Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise Barbara Ching: Country Music and The Blues – Read More
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The Peabody/Patriot Shuffle Heartland Labor Forum | July 11, 2013 | 6:00 pm Underwritten by: Carpenters Local 1127 and Bricklayers Local 15. Read More
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Radioactive Magazine Thursday Night Special | July 11, 2013 | 7:00 pm Audio theatre by the Move To Amend Players, creationism and more! Read More
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The Lucky return! Under the Radar | July 11, 2013 | 10:00 pm KC band The Lucky are in the building! Read More
Friday
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The Peabody/Patriot Shuffle Heartland Labor Forum (Repeat) | July 12, 2013 | 5:00 am Underwritten by: Carpenters Local 1127 and Bricklayers Local 15. Read More
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Swimming Our Talk: Blue Mind, Ocean Heart Bioneers | July 12, 2013 | 9:30 am Illuminating the magical underwater world, Jacques Cousteau’s 1960s films and TV show caused a sea change by moving the hearts and minds of tens of millions. Read More
Saturday
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Marshall Chapman, The G2 Bluegrass Band, and much more Music City Roots – Live From the Loveless Cafe | July 13, 2013 | 7:00 am  Marshall Chapman, The G2 Bluegrass Band, Old Man Luedecke, Songs Of The Fall, and The Amigos Band play direct from The Loveless Cafe stage. Read More
Everything Possible This Way Out (LGBT) | July 13, 2013 | 2:00 pm  Discovering everything possible about Fred Small’s “Everything Possible” (JD Doyle talks with the songwriter about his inspiration for the iconic song, and Michael Callen and The Flirtations render Small’s favorite rendition of it)… U.N. Human Rights Commissioner Navi Pillay has her say about Nigeria’s “Jail the Gays” bill (in conversation with Nigerian LGBT activist Davis Mac-Iyalla on the “BBC World Have Your Say” program)… LGBT Pride deploys to Kandahar (as reported by the U.S. Defense Department), and “Everyone Is Gay” (according to A Great Big World, anyway) … and in “NewsWrap” (produced this week by Steve Pride & Angela Brooks and reported by Jenn Mahoney & Charlie Bauer), a bouquet of lawsuits bloom from the U.S. Supreme Court DOMA decision, marriage equality slips past Costa Rican lawmakers, Pink Dot takes aim at Singapore’s penal code, and a Brazilian “cure” prescription fizzles. Read More
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The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, Part II WINGS | July 13, 2013 | 2:30 pm Today is the second installment of playwright Carolyn Gage’s The Second Coming of Joan of Arc. Read More
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Pastors for Peace Every Woman | July 13, 2013 | 3:00 pm Gail Walker of Pastors for Peace is the featured guest. Read More
Sunday
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Jay Farrar Art of the Song | July 14, 2013 | 6:00 am Today on Art of the Song, musician Jay Farrar is featured. Read More
Monday
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Werner von Braun and Fritz Haber Exploration | July 15, 2013 | 5:00 am It’s German scientists week here on Exploration. Read More
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The Barn Players & Summit Theatre Arts Magazine | July 15, 2013 | 12:00 pm Summer offerings from The Barn Players and Summit Theatre Group are highlighted. Read More
Stay tuned,
Mike Murphy
90.1FM KKFI
Kansas City Community Radio

Two Headed Cow and an auction–only at KKFI–radio like you’ve never heard it before. They guarantee it.

Hey, whose up for some Two Headed Cow? That’s music not milk, folks. FYI, KKFI streams online at www.kkfi.org so you can listen to everything from Democracy Now! to JAZZ while surfing the cyberspace seas. If you’re a fan of jazz, blues, indie, folk, Latino, chamber –as in chamber music not chamber-pot, yes, that’s right, KKFI plays chamber music–rockabilly, Native Spirit, alternative news, Sprouts, L.A. Theatre Works, Bioneers, and just about anything else that it’s possible to shake a musical — or grass-roots–stick at, then there’s plenty to discover at 90.1 FM KKFI Community Radio Like You’ve Never Heard It Before. Yes, I’m willing to bet that this radio is not the usual airwaves ear fare. There’s no corporate influence yanking KKFI’s 100,000 watts and online streaming.  This is radio that people support with their pennies, dimes and dollars. It’s not a fluke.  It’s 20 something years young and still growing. If you’re already wired for sound then what’s stopping you from engaging? But to get the Live Two Headed Cow and The John McKenna party gig I think you need to haul azz to Kansas City today. Enjoy.

Bidding on the KKFI Holiday Online Internet Auction begins Friday, November 30th. Think of it!  No crowds, no driving, no nasty weather, no checkout lines…PLUS you get great unique gifts at bargain prices (the bidding starts 1/3 of the retail value). 
This will be the BIGGEST and BEST KKFI Holiday Auction! This year, we have over 300 gifts to bid on, including…

  • Auto Service: Winterize your car
  • Auto servicing, including five oil changes, tire rotation and more
  • Introductory Airplane Flying Lessons
  • Full body massage
  • CD Extravaganza (over 100 CDs by local and national blues, rock, folk, jazz, reggae artists…many autographed)
  • Books (autographed by Amy Goodman, Chuck Haddix, more)
  • Restaurant Gift Certificates
  • Home cooked Mexican meal for six
  • Music lessons (blues harp lessons by Levee Town’s Jimmie Meade, more)
  • Home made baked goods for your holiday party
  • Eight hours handyman work
  • Live theater tickets (Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre, American Heartland Theatre, Unicorn Theatre, Coterie Theater, 
  • Knucklehead Concert Tickets, Folly Theater Concert Tickets, Gem Theater Concert Tickets 

You can also show your support by donating goods and/or services to the KKFI Holiday Auction.  For example, maybe there are treasures in your basement or attic that you no longer need; or you can offer to bake a cake or pie; or offer your skills as a painter to paint a room or do a pedicure.    

 

If you are interested in donating goods or services to the holiday online auction, contact Bill Clause, KKFI Special Events Coordinator, (816) 994-7869 or email BillC@kkfi.org.

 

KKFI Holiday Party Features Barbecue, Liquid Refreshments, and Live Music by The John McKenna Band and Two Headed Cow
Two Headed Cow It’s the last Thursday in November. Thanksgiving is over and before long, it’s Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Winter Solstice and, oh yeah, Chrsitmas.  TIME TO PARTY!
KKFI’s holiday party begins at 6pm at KKFI Studios. 39th & Main, KCMO, with barbecue and drinks,  followed by LIVE music featuring Two Headed Cow and The John McKenna Band. 
Holiday shopping Alert:
New CDs for Sale!
What do the bands Two Headed Cow and The John McKenna Band have in common? In addition to playing great music, both bands have new CDs for sale.
Tickets: $5 Door (barbecue, drinks and CDs extra)
KKFI 90.1 FM Community Radio | 3901 Main St. | Suite 203 | Kansas City | MO | 64111

Bioneers–streaming now!

Bioneers–Revolution From the Heart of Nature.

Streaming online now at www.kkfi.org  around the world. KKFI airs Bioneers every Friday at 9:30 am CST. 

http://www.bioneers.org/

Bioneers is a wonderful informative program about our world’s state of being and the interaction of people and Earth. Discover it if you care about Nature.  It’s about the interconnectedness of everything–people, planet, economics, et al,  for example, green collar justice.

Clicking on the logo will take you to Bioneers’ site. I encourage you to take the journey if you haven’t yet.

Art, Oil, and Blood

Here are three things I discovered by listening to KKFI. Last night on the Heartland Labor Forum I learned about an incredible Art book via an interview with the authors. Click on the cover to see seven other examples of American Labor Poster Art–and to read review quotes. Copies of Cushing & Drescher’s work were given as thank you gifts for donations to KKFI’s fall fund drive.

by

Lincoln Cushing & Timothy W. Drescher

 

I had heard of Fatima Bhutto prior to Democracy Now!’s interview with her this morning regarding the state of affairs in Pakistan. She also answered questions regarding her memoir, Songs of Blood and Sword which apparently presents a very dark portrait of the ruling ‘elite’ and, by association, its supporters–“US”.  I don’t often read memoirs, but this one has piqued my interest.

Songs of Blood and Sword  by Fatima Bhutto

Fatima Bhutto on Democracy Now!

http://www.democracynow.org/2010/9/24/fatima_bhutto_on_the_floods_in

 

Thanks to Bioneers’ connection to Mother Jones’ continuing work on the BP oil disaster–well–here’s more reasons to condemn BP. Like we need more after learning about the 90 + MILLIONS they’re spending on image spin, commercials, public relations efforts to brighten up public perception of their oil drilling mania.  Here’s my FREE advice to BP—Shut up! Clean it up RIGHT! Pay up! Doing the RIGHT things will do more than all the ads on YouTube, television and everywhere else.  I still will not purchase BP gas–but I do see others doing so, so just quit the spin effort and do what’s right by every living thing. By the way, BP, your operation in Sugar Creek, Missouri surrounded by fences topped with barbed wire and with the new Police Department as an immediate neighbor looks safe, secure and very very unfriendly.

Click on Tim O’Brien’s art to venture into Mother Jones’ latest reporting on BP.  Thanks Bioneers!

 

It’s time to cough it up for KKFI, Kansas City

Most of the regular visitors to my blogcasa, commentors and silent folks alike, already know about KKFI–my–yes “my” community radio station because I am one of the many many listeners who support Radio Like It’s Seldom Heard with our own  $$$.  Yep, KKFI is totally listener  funded.  Wrap your head around that concept the next time you want something besides audio advertising galore.   

What is heard at KKFI? Local arts and music showcases, live talk radio shows like the Radio Redux, Labor Radio, the All Souls Unitarian Forum, the Tenth Voice, and EcoRadio. All this and more.  Music: Jazz, Blues, Hip Hop, Folk, Rock, Reggae, Native American, World, techno,  Latin, Persian, Chamber…. There are even “guest djs” on KKFI–and they usually heat things up real sweet and spicy. 

The program schedule is stuffed 24/7  365–and staffed by volunteers. Yes, those local voices you hear are indeed LOCAL Kansas City People–not some high dollar corporate primed personality divas. 

News:

Democracy Now!   http://www.democracynow.org/

Counter Spin  http://www.fair.org/index.php?page=5

Bioneers-Revolution from the Heart of Nature http://www.bioneers.org/

Grit Radio  http://www.lauraflanders.com/pages/radionation.html

Alternative Radio   http://www.alternativeradio.org/

For days and times check out the program schedule at www.kkfi.org

Some KKFI via YoTtube–Val interviews the Gift and beyond.  This is Community Radio–not corporate cuteness.

Just a small taste of  “Radio Like You’ve Never Heard It Before” -IF you haven’t streamed it yet.

IF everyone just  in Kansas City who listens to KKFI would  cough up  one buck for the station’s operating bills asap–this fundraiser would be DONE NOW!  Yes, Kansas City–and beyond–it is time to COUGH for the delight of your ears.  Call in your pledge, stamp and toss it in one of those blue metal postal boxes,  walk it in to the corner of 39th and Main, or just cyber-space it online at www.kkfi.org.  No amount is too small nor too grande.

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Connect to World Pulse, Global Issues Through the Eyes of Women and consciously create a connection to the world. The network is here. The time is now. Reach out, explore and discover other women around the world working for a positive, sustainable future for everyone.

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