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The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sun (7/28) 5-6pm, with Firehouse Arts owners, Emily and Todd Grant Print E-mail

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TODAY at 5pm on THE (not so) HIDDEN AGENDA, meet host Stephanie Heck's next guests, founders of the soon-to-be-opened Firehouse Arts Germantown, Emily and Todd Grant.  Emily and Todd will tell us about Firehouse Arts, a 1920s firehouse which they have adapted into spaces for "small creative businesses, artists, and makers." They'll also tell us about their journey as property developers in Philadelphia, what led them to this work, and why they love it.  Tune in!

 

 
F E W S H Replay {Sunday July 28 ||| 10-Noon EST} Print E-mail
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Unpasteurized FEWSH.
 
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Janet, Janine and Eddie Africa of the MOVE 9! LIVE on Stepping Into Tomorrow, 8PM, 7/25/19 Print E-mail

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Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow, this evening at 8:00PM, as host Gabriel Bryant speaks with former political prisoners, Janet Africa, Janine Africa and Eddie Africa of the MOVE 9, to discuss their recent release after 41 years of imprisonment! Joined by longtime MOVE activist, Pam Africa, they will share their thoughts on how they navigated the decades of their incarceration, returning to Philadelphia after so many years and the continued push to organize for the release of the rest of their MOVE 9 family - Chuck and Delbert Africa. Listen in and spread the word!

 
SKYWAVE 7/24 @ 6pm: TEXAS TALK Print E-mail

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Good eve. Welcome to Skywave. We begin with a melodrama from the Royal Gelatin Hour. Originally aired 1937, "Curtain" is the final performance from a stage starlet. But if it's not on the boards, where? Stay tuned...We continue with a dramady from playwright Jack Heifner. Published 1977, "Patio" considers the amusing lives of sisters Jewel and Pearl as they ponder the past and present; told with witty humor and yet a sense of desperation on a hot, dry Texas patio. And here to cool your ears are voice regulars Sherry Brown and Ginny Kaufmann along with your host Andy Pettit.

 
The Local Music Show - Wednesday At 7PM Print E-mail
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Tune in Wed night, July 24 from 7-9 PM for an in-studio performance and interview with Rob Riley!
 
Listen Up! Wednesday 07/24: 00110001 00110000 00110001 Print E-mail
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It is the rise of the robots!  Assorted cyborg celebrations, bionic ballads and robot rock invade the airwaves on this week's Listen Up! program.

Tune into Listen Up! on @gtownradio 92.9fm WGGT-LP this Wednesday from 2-4pm est.

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F E W S H Replay {Sunday July 21 ||| 10-Noon EST} Print E-mail
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Share a backward glance with FEWSH.
 
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Stay cool with Planet Philadelphia 4-5 today Print E-mail

Stay cool and listen to Mary Robinson and Julie Greenberg tell us about feminist solutions to climate change. They say we can lower the temperature on extreme weather events like this weekend's heat wave going forward with action now. Planet Philadelphia 4-5 pm today.

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Mary Robinson: is former first female president of Ireland, former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, UN Special Envoy on Climate Change, Chairperson of the Elders, recent author of “Climate Justice: Hope, Resilience, and the Fight for a Sustainable Future”, and co-host of the “Mothers of Invention” (a podcast on the environment with Maeve Higgins, a comedian), among many other roles. 

 

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Rabbi Julie Greenberg: is the climate justice coordinator for POWER (People Organized to Witness, Empower, and Rebuild) an interfaith social justice group that works on social change and has over 80 member religious/ethical groups that form its coalition. She was trained in organizing in the feminist movement in the 1970’s.

 

 

 

 
Uhuru Furniture 25th Anniversary Weekend! Featuring Chairman Omali Yeshitela! 8PM, 7/18 Print E-mail

 

Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow, as host Gabriel Bryant speaks with Chairman Omali Yeshitela to discuss this weekend's 25th Anniversary of Uhuru Furniture and organizing in Philadelphia. This weekend will feature a series of programs, including panels, a marketplace, furniture sales, banquet dinner, live entertainment and more to celebrate this important institution. Be sure to come out and Spread the Word! 

 
Special Planet Philadlephia 4-5 pm Friday Print E-mail
New Planet Philadelphia 4-5 pm this Friday 7/19/19: Mary Robinson and Rabbi Julie Greenberg, Feminism and Environmental Justice, International and National Perspectives.


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Mary Robinson: is former first female president of Ireland, former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, UN Special Envoy on Climate Change, Chairperson of the Elders, recent author of “Climate Justice: Hope, Resilience, and the Fight for a Sustainable Future”, and co-host of the “Mothers of Invention” (a podcast on the environment with Maeve Higgins, a comedian), among many other roles. Mrs. Robinson has been thinking about and working on feminism and its relationship to climate justice for many years. She will be speaking about this relationship and the work that stems from it.​

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Rabbi Julie Greenberg: is the climate justice coordinator for POWER (People Organized to Witness, Empower, and Rebuild) an interfaith social justice group that works on social change and has over 80 member religious/ethical groups that form its coalition. She was trained in organizing in the feminist movement in the 1970’s. She will speak about feminism and the environment as she sees it, and particularly in the U.S.

Planet Philadelphia is an environmental radio show that provides analysis on the intersectionality of large global environmental issues and how that can impact people in their daily lives. It is produced and hosted by Kay Wood along with  assistant producer/reporter Linda Rosenwein.
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