A Better World - Host McNair Ezzard
A Better World provides an in-depth look into the people and organizations, locally, nationally and internationally, who are working to create a world that works for everyone. Whether it be those who are working in the areas of hunger and poverty, social and economic justice, healthcare, education, housing, restoration of the environment or those people and organizations who bring a fresh perspective to spirituality – "A Better World" features interviews with people who are making a difference. Email us at: email@example.comSHOWS: Show #171 - Voices for Creative Nonviolence- September 19, 2019 "Nonviolent action in solidarity with those in the crosshairs of U.S. war-making cannot be a single day event; we make a commitment and act upon it every day of our lives." Our guest: Kathy Kelly is from Voices for Creative Nonviolence, an organization whose members have led over 70 delegations to Iraq to challenge economic sanctions imposed on Iraq by other countries. They have also have had delegations travel to Afghanistan to meet with and learn from nonviolent grassroots movements and have worked to raise awareness about the negative impacts of U.S. militarism.
Audio of 9.19.2019 show
Show #170 - Overthrowing Venezuela - Orchestrating a coup for oil - September 12, 2019
The U.S. government says their efforts to overthrow Chavez and Maduro are for the purpose of advancing democracy and human rights in Venezuela. True? Not according to our guest, Dan Kovalik. U.S. interests have always been about one thing - oil. And what the U.S. and opposition resent most is Chavez and Maduro govern in the interest of the Venezuela's poor. Dan is an author of The Plot to The Plot to Control the World: How the US Spent Billions to Change the Outcome of Elections Around the World and his 2019 book, The Plot to Overthrow Venezuela: How the US Is Orchestrating a Coup for Oil. Dan teaches International Human Rights at the Univ. of Pittsburgh School of Law. www.law.pitt.edu/people/daniel-kovalik
Audio of 9.12.2019 show
Show #169 - International Day of Peace: Climate Action for Peace - September 5, 2019 Guests: Rachael Bliss from WNC 4Peace; Said Abdallah, Peacemaker of the year 2019 and a founder and leader with the Asheville chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace. Peace Day is 37 years old this year. Originally started by the United Nations as "a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples." UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says this years theme, Climate Action for Peace, reflects the concern that peace faces a new danger, the climate emergency. Listen in as our guests talk about this concern and the plans in place for the Asheville community to recognize Peace Day. www.facebook.com/groups/wnc4peace
Audio of 9.5. 2019 show