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Pacifica Radio: Sprouts

Sprouts: Radio from the Grassroots, is a weekly program produced collaboratively by radio producers at community stations around the world. The show features local news and culture of international interest.


Sendezeit: Donnerstag, 09:30 bis 10:00

Internet: www.pacifica.org

E-Mail: sprouts@pacifica.org

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Donnerstag, 12.07.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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MIT students in the Terrascope freshman learning community investigate the influence of water on communities. First, we'll hear about how the Netherlands has managed to adapt successfully to frequent flooding. Then, well listen to a story from Maryland, where many regions recently devastated by intense storms struggle to agree on a plan of action.

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Donnerstag, 05.07.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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This week Sprouts is brought to you by The Earth Wants YOU! radio show, also available on audioport.
We continue the story of the Sanctuary movement in New York City. We focus on the activities of ICE (Immigrations and Customs Enforcement) in the US and how the public have reacted.
We follow the activism of immigrant rights groups in New York City such as Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping, The New Sanctuary Coalition and countless others as they try stop ICE in their tracks.

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Donnerstag, 28.06.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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Two blatant problems of concern when addressing the quality of public education are the lack of public school funding and teacher compensation. For this reason, educators around the country have risen from their desks and marched on city capitals demanding a change. When and where did the teacher protests and walkout strikes begin? We'll take a look back to their start and what may have caused teachers to leave their schools.

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Donnerstag, 21.06.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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This episode of Sprouts the Upstream Podcast takes a deep dive into the worker cooperatives movement: a broad selection of organizations, activists, and cooperatively-structured workplaces that advocate for and embody workplace and economic democracy.

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Donnerstag, 14.06.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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ANGUAGE ADVISORY - This is a program about the phenomenon of intersex. It is both scientific and personal in nature. Because the term intersex refers to people who, among other things, are born with both male and female sex traits and organs, this program includes the words ovary, testes, uterus, fallopian tubes, genitals, genitalia, gonads, gonadism, breasts, and penetrative vaginal sex (as a physician-presumed desired result in adulthood, around 19:10).
There is nothing indecent about the use of these words in this context. Nevertheless, we have included a content notice at the beginning of the program. Most of us are conditioned to think of sex in binary terms " people are either male or female, one or the other. But nature is rarely if ever binary, and some people are born with a combination of male and female organs, internal and external, and these people are called intersex. (The term intersex also encompasses other things, such as different ways in which peoples bodies react to hormones.) People can be intersex without even knowing of it; we recall a recent story of a man in his seventies who, following abdominal surgery, discovered that he had a uterus and ovaries.
On this edition of OutCasting, we talk with two eminent authorities on intersex who are intersex themselves: Dr. Georgiann Davis, Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and the board president of InterACT: Advocates for Intersex Youth, and Dr. Cary Gabriel Costello, Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and the coordinator of the LGBT Studies Program there.
On this episode, we look into questions like: How does the medical profession deal with intersex people? What kinds of discrimination to intersex people experience? Is it a medical emergency if a baby is born with intersex traits? Is it justifiable to perform life-affecting elective surgery on an infant simply to try to eliminate his or her intersex traits? Can an intersex people just be allowed to grow up with their intersex traits intact? Join us for this fascinating discussion.

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Donnerstag, 07.06.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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Iowa pig farmer Chris Petersen has been an advocate for rural and family farming for 25 years. This week is the second part in an interview where Petersen shares how 21st century farming has impacted the agricultural community. North Iowa farmer discusses modern agriculture.

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Donnerstag, 31.05.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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This week Theresa Marquez, host of Rootstock Radio, speaks with Raj Patel. Raj is aBritish Indian academic, journalist, activist and writer who has lived and worked in Zimbabwe, South Africa and the United States for extended periods. He is best known for his 2008 book,Stuffed and Starved: The Hidden Battle for the World Food System.His most recent book isThe Value of Nothing which was onThe New York Times best-seller list during February 2010.He has been referred to as "the rock star of social justice writing."

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Donnerstag, 24.05.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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Sprouts: Radio from the Grassroots, is a weekly program produced collaboratively by radio producers at community stations around the world. The show features local news and culture of international interest.

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Donnerstag, 17.05.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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The State of Iowa passes into law the most restrictive anti-abortion law in the country and many hope to use inevitable challenges to the law as a way to revisit and defeat Roe V Wade at the US Supreme Court. In this Sprouts episode: A constitutional lawyer explains the process, ACLU of Iowa weighs in, One of the architects and defenders explains on behalf of the Thomas Moore Society that fights abortion; we hear protesters of the law, and from Planned Parenthood of the Heartland. 

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Donnerstag, 10.05.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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Sprouts is a weekly collaborative program showcasing local stories produced by community radio stations and grassroots media groups around the world. The program is coordinated and distributed by Pacifica Radio and offered free to all radio stations. For information, or to feature your work on Sprouts,
contact Ursula Ruedenberg: ursula@pacifica.org

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Donnerstag, 03.05.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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On this edition of OutCasting on Sprouts, we talk about the importance of safe spaces for LGBTQ people, particularly youth. OutCasting youth participant Lauren talks with Gabby Rivera, an author who at the time of this interview was also the Youth Programs Manager at GLSEN, the Gay/Lesbian/Straight Education Network, an organization that advocates for policies that benefit LGBTQ youth and provides materials and assistance to local GSAs or people who want to start them. Also joining us is Dr. Vinnie Pompei, the director of the Youth Well-Being Project at the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. HRC is a major civil rights organization working on behalf of LGBTQ people.

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Donnerstag, 26.04.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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Iowa pig farmer Chris Petersen has been an advocate for rural and family farming for 25 years. In this interview Petersen shares how 21st century farming has impacted the agricultural community.

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Donnerstag, 19.04.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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National Poetry Month was initiated in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets. Since then it has arguably become the largest literary celebrations in the world. This celebration is a reminder of poetry's vital place in our culture. We at Pacifica Radio Network reached out to community radio stations within Pacifica Network, asking for poetry they had recorded and aired locally. This episode of Sprouts presents a sampling of the poetry that was sent to us to celebrate National Poetry Month.

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Donnerstag, 12.04.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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Three Mile Island Nuclear Meltdown at 39: Yes, People Died and Are Still Dying Revisit Americas worst nuclear accident, which happened just outside Harrisburg, PA, in 1979. Partial meltdown, radiation releases " and the impact no one wants to talk about.

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Donnerstag, 05.04.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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An estimated 2.7 million children of prison inmates in the United States are losing their visitation rights. Sylvia A. Harvey, an investigative journalist, is our guest. Her story about the diminishing opportunities for children to visit their incarcerated parents was published in The Nation magazine on December 14, 2015.

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Donnerstag, 29.03.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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Sprouts: Radio from the Grassroots, is a weekly program produced collaboratively by radio producers at community stations around the world. The show features local news and culture of international interest.

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Donnerstag, 22.03.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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This week on Sprouts Sea Change Radio interviews Topher White. His organization, Rainforest Connection up-cycles defunct phones with solar charging technology and then places them strategically in rainforests all over the world to monitor human activity like poaching and deforestation.

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Donnerstag, 15.03.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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We continue our look at gay parenting in this fascinating discussion with James Howe, a well-known author. In this interview, Jim talks with OutCaster Jamie about what it was like to grow up as gay in the 1950s and 1960s, why he felt he couldn't come out until later in life, and the support systems that eventually assisted him in coming out. They also talk about his strong desire to be a dad, about the difficulties he and his family experienced as he accepted his gay identity and transitioned into a new life outside of his marriage to his wife, and about his relationship with his daughter and the effects his coming out had on her.
This is the second part of an OutCasting series on gay parenting. The first part featured Gabriel Blau, a longtime LGBTQ activist, who married his husband and adopted a child. In contrast, our guest on this program, James Howe became a father in a heterosexual marriage and came out during the course of his marriage.

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Donnerstag, 01.03.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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Gay parents are gaining increased visibility. In addition to facing all of the issues and having to learn all the new skills that any heterosexual parents have to, gay parents have to deal with unique situations such as overcoming the challenges of conception, surrogacy, or adoption.
On this edition, OutCaster Jamie speaks with Gabriel Blau, an LGBTQ advocate and nonprofit consultant, about his and his husbands personal experiences as gay parents and their experiences with adoption and finding an accepting community. Gabriel is a member of OutCasting's Advisory Council.

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Donnerstag, 22.02.2018 - 09:30 - 10:00

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We feature two interviews between staff and students at Laytonville High School. First Eve interviews the principal Tim Henry to get his perspective and insights on high school and the community. Then Tim Skaggs talks with math and rock band teacher Dennis Hogan (of The Tazmanian Devils) on his careers as teacher and rock musician.

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