Thursday, April 19, 2012

Radio Show for Friday April 20th Earth Day Show.....


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Today's Show we explore and dialogue with three women who are helping to raise awareness about our Earth and our Future. Our First Guest is Sara Robinson from Alternet who joins us a little after 2:10PM EST, and we will hear more about her VISIONS page. Then there is Michelle Walker Harmon sharing her work for the Gulf and updating us on the Damage from the 2010 Gulf Oil Spill Disaster. And at 3PM we will be talking to Rachel Lynn Brody a writer about her new book, "Hot Mess". And of course there will be some new music and more wisdom from another Moment of Clarity by Lee Camp.

Our 2nd Guest is Sara Robinson of Alternet is coming on to share about Alternet and the Visions Page, which is full of forward thinking and thought provoking articles that range from Occupy Issues to financial issues to Education.We are thrilled to be able to talk to her about this Page and where it's going and it's impact. She is a thoughtful profound writer, and one of her main articles that is getting much Buzz and notice right now is " New Rules For Radicals: 10 Ways to Spark Change in a Post Occupy World" ( and received recognition and praise from Bill Moyers this week. You can read the article here and learn more.

Her MUST READ of this week is Six People you need to Start a Revolution.
Here is More about Who Sara Is:

Sara Robinson is the Senior Editor of the Visions page at The page's mission is to track emerging trends, issues, and solutions that expand progressives' awareness of the ways our shared vision of the next America is coming into being.

Sara is one of the few trained social futurists in North America. Her skill set includes trend analysis, scenario development, futures research, social change theories, systems thinking, and strategic planning. She holds a MS in Futures Studies from the University of Houston, and a BA in Journalism from the USC Annenberg School of Communication. Sara's particular area of interest is the role religion, culture, and other deep cognitive frameworks play in the way individuals and societies imagine the future and choose their strategies for approaching and managing change.

Before joining Alternet, she was a Senior Fellow at the Campaign for America's Future. Her work has also appeared online at The New Republic, The Huffington Post, Daily Kos, Firedoglake, Crooks & Liars, and many other websites, as well as in print; and she makes frequent media and in-person appearances speaking on issues related to long-range planning and policy. She lives in Seattle.

Other Must Read Sara Robinson Articles :::
(1) Does College make us less Equipped to Change The World ?

(2) Why Going back to Normal is no longer an Option for the American Economy, and where we are headed now "

Michelle Walker Harmon a Gulf resident and Advocate is our 2nd Guest as she shares concerns and about the Gulf. As a 5th Generation Gulf resident, she has been working hard as an advocate and activist since the Deep Water Horizon Disaster. She has founded the Alabama Oilspill Aftermath Coalition and she is a Delegate for Gulf Change. She has become a force working on the ground and as a citizen journalist since the Disaster, documenting the changes and the damage to her home, her community.

Our 3rd guest is Rachel Lynn Brody and she will be sharing about her Book " Hot Mess" a new book that explores Climate Change. She is an award-winning playwright, as well as an author, blogger and theater critic. Plays include Post, Playing it Cool, Mousewings and, in late 2012, Millennial Ex, a ten-minute play about marriage equality premiering at Glasgay 2012. Later this year, look out for original web series Unfamiliar Lives, co-written with and directed by Eric Sipple. Connect with Rachel on Twitter at @girl_onthego, or check out (and subscribe to) her blog at Hot Mess: speculative fiction about climate change can be purchased at Smashwords, Amazon, CreateSpace and Barnes & Noble.

Lee Camp #MOC on Solving the Unemployment Problems...Do go to his Website on the Side bar to watch more.....

Be Sure to see/hear Podcast #133 – Interview with THE CREATORS of the new film “WE’RE NOT BROKE” about the anti-corporate greed movement
POWER OF FIVE...Five things that will Empower you. ( to be added tonight)
“Those who dwell among the beauties and mysteries of the earth are never alone or weary of life.”~~ Rachel Carson

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Radio Show for Friday April 13th : Guests Today are Tim Corrimal and Shane-O, and No Kid Hungry

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Today's Birthday Episode from the Radical Attic I am proud to have two Radio Greats Share their Progressive Insights and Wisdom in these Times. First we will have Tim Corrimal sharing at about 2:15 PM EST and then we have a break and the Newest Moment of Clarity from Lee Camp on his Solutions for UnEmployment, as well as some new Music from The Fold " We Must Speak " featuring the wisdom of MLK. ( Tim Corrimal found this amazing song, and in light of the ongoing Trayvon Martin Situation this song is poignant this week). Then we will be hearing from Daniel Gallai as he shares with us the ongoing work of NO KID HUNGRY and their ongoing projects raising funds and awareness about Childhood Hunger in America. And then at 3PM we have the amazing Shane-O on to talk about Progressive Radio ( sharing the latest about "Radio Or Not", "Talking Left" and more..). And other music today to close the show is "Amazing" by One Eskimo, and "Gotta Believe" by Sanara Pippens and TruNDeed, as well as "Hope In Hard Times" by John Clark.

(1) First Guest is the Amazing Tim Corrimal
I invited Tim on the program because he has such an amazing show that I listen to every week, and I wanted to personally thank him for his show, but also how he came up with such a creative show. On his show every week he hosts a Round Table of Sorts that has give new Voice to many Twitter Greats ( and also some known Bloggers). It has been amazing to actually HEAR folks that some of us have Followed on Twitter for years, but also meet new folks. And his show is in many ways like eavesdropping on a fine Cocktail Party of Smart Progressive Minds. And add to that Tim plays great Clips and music and offers up some great comedic moments, so there is laughter and wisdom all rolled into a great show. His Show is available podcasts on Stitcher and
iTunes as well. ( I confess his show is my guilty Monday Night Pleasure, but you can usually listen to it as it is up Sunday Nights.) Do follow him on Twitter at @timcorrimal and here is the LINK to his TimCorrimal.Com which is his SHOW page and has great LINKS and info, great to read while listening to the show.
#OccupyCompassion Today ::::

(2) No Kid Hungry guest Daniel Gallai is calling in at 2:45 PM EST on to talk about this fine Organization and their ongoing projects and work to raise Awareness and funds to help Fight Childhood Hunger here in America. This is also my Occupy Compassion Segment today. Jeff Bridges is one of the Leading Members of their Team and their Spokesperson.

(3) My other Progressive Guest today is known and loved in the Progressive Circles is Shane-O, Shane Furnam and @FunkedinDaHead and also @TalkingLeft on Twitter. He is on "Radio or Not" with the wonderful @LeftNeckChick ( Danielle), and their Show is Talking Left on Wednesday Nights ( he is the producer and cohost of this great progressive show. He also guest hosts for Nicole Sandler when she is on assignment. He has also produced for : Produced for so many Greats :
John Fugelsang – The Sexy Liberal Show “World Tour”, The Stephanie Miller Show, Funked in the Head, Left in Dixie, Turn Up the Night. Produced for The Nicole Sandler Show, The Leslie Marshall Show, The Thom Hartmann Program, The Bill Press Show (Karl Frisch, guest host). Audio and video production for Blunt TV (of The I invited him on to share some of his Progressive Radio Wisdom and stories.

You Can find more of his Work here :
(1) Shane
(2) Talking (Broadcast on Radio Or Not, Progressive Blend Radio, SoFloRadio)
(3) Radio Or Not .com ( especially when he hosts for her).

It 's My Birthday this this is my Birthday Episode....Please give to SPLC or No Kid Hungry or ACLU or Doctors Without Borders... These fine organizations are where I give every year as a way to celebrate....
Next Week's Show is also a Must Listen, there will be Sara Robinson from Alternet talking about her VISIONS page, and then a Gulf Advocate sharing on the 2 year Anniversary of the Oil Spill and then a new author shares her book " Hot Mess" on Climate Change.

This is The Radical Attic where I do the Show every week and I am packing it up this week as my son and I plan to move this month to Brooklyn in NYC. He wants to go to school there and study Film and History at Brooklyn College. This has been his Dream for many years and I am going with him as NYC is too big for him to live there alone. This is a BIG Move for us, and as UnderEmployed Nurse / Writer/Researcher it's proving very challenging. So if Anyone knows a Wonderful Landlord I have impeccable references and as well as references from my current Landlord of 5 years. If anyone wants to share information about a wonderful Neighborhood or other Brooklyn Information please find me on Twitter @watergatesummer or come to my Main Blog, Watergate Summer.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

99 Report 2PM Friday April 6th : Guests Mark Potok of Southern Poverty Law Center, and #ACA mom/advocate Lisa Hill

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At the Start of the Show at 2:05PM the 99 Report is honored to be joined by Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center. We will be discussing Justice issues, including rise of Hate Crimes and Groups this decade, as well as the ongoing situation of the Trayvon Martin case ( and some of the bigger implications of this case that have national significance.) You can read more about Mark's lengthy career studying and writing on issues of Justice and Extremism. The Southern Poverty Law Center is doing amazing work around the country working on so many issues from tracking and educating on Hate Issues, Tolerance Teaching, and Human Rights and Justice. Do read the SPLC' website and more about their work.
Music Intermission from Greenville South Carolina dedicated to Trayvon Martin and his family. "No Justice, No Peace".Derrick "Blakheart" Goodwin and Jermisha Workman its pronounced as (Germ-esha). ( Song was sent to me last weekend and a Music Video is in production.)
TUTN Promo for Kenny Pick on Fridays Nights
Tim Corrimal Promo for the Tim Corrimal Show on Sundays.

Lisa Hill is the 2nd Guest sharing her story about Affordable Care Act and how it helps her family and her children. ( Please see post below and see the Letter she was sent by Insurance Company. Her story is compelling and a reminder of why this Act helps many families. ( Do read the Quote in the Letter above about the HUGE quote she was given for care of $8000/month for health insurance for her family.)

(1) Laffy @gottalaff made this beautiful BLUNT video above this week dedicated to Trayvon Martin Situation,
Please do also go see the other wonderful BLUNT videos, on the YouTube Channel. And you can also follow on The Political Carnival.

(2) Center for American Progress about Voter Suppression.

(3) LIFE Lorraine Hotel Photos ( some never seen before), 44 years ago this week we lost MLK, these photos catch a place and a time worth honoring and remembering.....

(4)The Bush memo that Bush wanted detroyed and has been hidden...regarding Torture....your must read of the week.

(5) This Weekend is the 50th Anniversary of "To Kill a Mockingbird" . It's on USA network on Sunday Night to celebrate it's 50th Anniversary. ( Clip below is Gregory Peck as Atticus talking about Justice and Duty).

Lee Camp "Moment of Clarity" :: Why the Occupy Movement is More Important than Mitt Romney or Santorum....(3min)

Occupy Compassion :::
Read about Campaign for Care.Org and their campaign to help the Homeless in LA, and bring them bedding. It is a project that could be shared in so many cities to help the Homeless. Very inspiring.
CLOSE the Show with Singer /Parson's Student Tracee's Song from NYC :: "Change Gonna Come"
"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter."~~MLK