5:00Feminist Current - Episode 057 – Naming, Shaming, Calling the police… How can we hold Abusive Men Accountable?

Excerpts from a panel discussion called “Naming, Shaming, Calling the police… How can we hold Abusive Men Accountable?” which took place on December 1st 2012 at Vancouver Rape Relief & Women’s Shelter’s annual Montreal Massacre Memorial event. The event was held at the Vancouver Public Library and was facilitated by Hilla Kerner.

Hilla Kerner, Suzanne Jay, Lisa Stacey, Laura Robinson

5:30Just Harvest: urban farming in a climate crisis
On Capitol Hill, elected officials have long supported big agricultural and industrial-scale farming that requires massive inputs of chemicals and fossil fuels. But can this system continue to feed the population of a warming planet?

Just a few miles up the road from where lawmakers set far-reaching policy, some DC residents are organizing to create something different. FSRN’s Alice Ollstein takes us to a farm called Three Part Harmony, where we explore what urban, organic agriculture could do both for a community and the environment they live in, and how US policy could better support it.

This documentary was produced by Alice Ollstein and edited by Shannon Young. Our technical producer at KPFA is Jeannine Etter. The original music in this documentary was performed by Owen Grooms, a young farmer in North Carolina. Special thanks to everyone who supported this project on Indiegogo.

ON World Possibilities | September 5, 2013 | 5:00 am

Feminist Current – Naming, Shaming, Calling the police… How can we hold Abusive Men Accountable? & Just Harvest: urban farming in a climate crisis

5:00Feminist Current - Episode 057 – Naming, Shaming, Calling the police… How can we hold Abusive Men Accountable?

Excerpts from a panel discussion called “Naming, Shaming, Calling the police… How can we hold Abusive Men Accountable?” which took place on December 1st 2012 at Vancouver Rape Relief & Women’s Shelter’s annual Montreal Massacre Memorial event. The event was held at the Vancouver Public Library and was facilitated by Hilla Kerner.

Hilla Kerner, Suzanne Jay, Lisa Stacey, Laura Robinson

5:30Just Harvest: urban farming in a climate crisis
On Capitol Hill, elected officials have long supported big agricultural and industrial-scale farming that requires massive inputs of chemicals and fossil fuels. But can this system continue to feed the population of a warming planet?

Just a few miles up the road from where lawmakers set far-reaching policy, some DC residents are organizing to create something different. FSRN’s Alice Ollstein takes us to a farm called Three Part Harmony, where we explore what urban, organic agriculture could do both for a community and the environment they live in, and how US policy could better support it.

This documentary was produced by Alice Ollstein and edited by Shannon Young. Our technical producer at KPFA is Jeannine Etter. The original music in this documentary was performed by Owen Grooms, a young farmer in North Carolina. Special thanks to everyone who supported this project on Indiegogo.

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