This week on World Possibilities, we have a double-dose of social justice and activism news, with the latest edition of Liberation Radio at 5AM, and Feminist Current at 5:30 AM.

On Liberation Radio, Socialist and DC Council candidate Eugene Puryear speaks out on the latest high court ruling on campaign finance. Also, Liberation News’ Jane Cutter reports on the new UN report on climate change, and we’ll hear voices from a California conference against police brutality.

Then, on Feminist Current, Meghan Murphy speaks with Rachel Moran, the author of Paid For: My Journey Through Prostitution. Rachel worked as a prostitute for 7 years in Ireland, finally managing to get out of the industry at 22. The book describes her experiences as well as breaks down myths and lies perpetuated by pop culture, the media, and the sex industry itself about prostitution and is an incredibly powerful and brutally honest read.

 

ON World Possibilities | April 10, 2014 | 5:00 am

Liberation Radio & Feminist Current

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This week on World Possibilities, we have a double-dose of social justice and activism news, with the latest edition of Liberation Radio at 5AM, and Feminist Current at 5:30 AM.

On Liberation Radio, Socialist and DC Council candidate Eugene Puryear speaks out on the latest high court ruling on campaign finance. Also, Liberation News’ Jane Cutter reports on the new UN report on climate change, and we’ll hear voices from a California conference against police brutality.

Then, on Feminist Current, Meghan Murphy speaks with Rachel Moran, the author of Paid For: My Journey Through Prostitution. Rachel worked as a prostitute for 7 years in Ireland, finally managing to get out of the industry at 22. The book describes her experiences as well as breaks down myths and lies perpetuated by pop culture, the media, and the sex industry itself about prostitution and is an incredibly powerful and brutally honest read.

 

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