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Local activist, Winston Apple recently went for training at Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project.   He’ll share what he learned on tonight’s program.

 

http://climaterealityproject.org/

Climate Reality Project
Episode date : June 1, 2015
On EcoRadio KC
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One Struggle KC and Una Lucha KC were formed in the wake of national and global events that inspired their founding members to act. A coalition of community activists seeking to harness the energy of Ferguson, Missouri, One Struggle KC aims to connect the struggles of many communities, locally and globally, particularly communities of color affected by anti-black racism and state violence. Una Lucha KC was formed after the disappearance of the 43 students in Ayotzinapa, Mexico. Una Lucha KC seeks to unify marginalized communities that have experienced continuous oppression at the hands of the state. Both organizations have worked to amplify the voices of marginalized communities through direct actions, education, town halls, and a social media presence.


Remember JoJR will start broadcasting at about 9:20 AM
Call in – 888-931-0901

Our Monday June 1st broadcast is a KKFI Pledge Drive Special.
Why is it SPECIAL???

– We have 2 copies of the book DEAD MAN WALKING signed by Sister Helen Prejean as thank you’s
It is first come first serve for a pledge of $60. (must be credit card, debit card, or walk in donation)

– Every dollar that our donors give up to $1000 will be matched dollar for dollar by a special friend of JoJR and KKFI

– We have confirmed our guest for the show as 22nd District Representative Brandon Ellington who will fill us in on the tumultuous last days of the MO Legislative session and prospects for the Veto Session to come.

Remember JoJR will start broadcasting at about 9:20 AM
(so that we play all of Democracy NOW)

Let the Folks you talk to know that your pledge is for Jaws of Justice Radio, when you Call in – 888-931-0901


“Kumiko: The Treasure Hunter,” a character study about a disturbed Japanese woman gets the once-over from Susan Sanders and Russ Simmons.

 


Russ warns us about “San Andreas,” a disaster flick starring The Rock and explains why “An Honest Liar,” a documentary about magician “The Amazing Randi” is worth your time.

Native Spirit radio show with host Rhonda LeValdo, includes music and news


On this edition of Arts Magazine, Artistic Director Jennifer Owen will be with us to talk about the Owen/Cox Dance Group performance of Ludus Tonalis (Play Of Tones).

Later, Producing Artistic Director Tim Bair joins Michael to discuss the 2015 season of Johnson County Theatre In The Park. Tune in for all this, including Russ Simmons’ Freeze Frame, on your Monday cultural lunch-and-brunch!


Sound from Saturday’s March Against Monsanto, and Monday’s Memorial Day walk from the old Kansas City Weapons Plant to the new one, culminating in a die-in at the new facility.

 

Featuring

Julian Carrier, Moses Brings Plenty, Maurice Copeland.


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