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a primer on privilege - We can not change whether or not we are involved in systems of oppression, only how we are involved.
Smart Health Talk Pick: A thought to keep in mind.. Really hits home as our radio show is on the air with complete freedom to say what we want w/o censorship. We're one of a few privately owned radio stations. Our owner, Fred Lundgren was a farmer for years. Drove his tractor to Washington DC & back for farmers rights. Can reach people all over the world & special as can say what television can't since sponsor money so big. No big money at our station, but have tried to buy out Fred many times.
As reported by the National Coalition for the Homeless and NBC News, 33 cities and at least four municipalities — Daytona Beach, Florida; Raleigh, N.C.; Myrtle Beach, S.C.; and Birmingham, Alabama — have implemented policies that block people and ministries from sharing food with the homeless (Read more here: www.nbcnews.com/...)
James Hansen head of NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York City. Was arrested for protesting against tar sand oil, and the negative impact it has on our children, grandchildren and our own future. People need to start asking themselves: Why is a 71-year old head of NASA protesting??