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(10/25/21) Even by the most conservative estimates, we have a decade or less to radically slow global warming before we risk hitting irreversible tipping points that will lock in catastrophic climate change. The good news is that we now know how to slow global warming enough to avert disaster. In his new book, Cut Super Climate Pollutants Now! The …
 
(10/22/21) Erica Abeel’s new historical fiction novel The Commune is a look at the Hamptons commune populated by the newly liberated women present at the creation of the seminal 1970 Women's March for Equality. Find out what happens when these pioneering feminists find themselves whipsawed between the bold new ideals of the women's movement and the…
 
School officials in Texas forced a 9-year-old boy to serve an in-school suspension for a month, deprived him of recess and normal lunch breaks, and banished him from campus to an alternative school — all to pressure the fourth-grader into getting a haircut, a new lawsuit says. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The House votes to hold Steve Bannon in Contempt… Activists look to abortion alternatives as the threat to Roe intensifies… Dave Chappelle.. what’s so funny about anti-trans jokes… A new environmental initiative in New York and and candidates for mayor spar on TV..Oleh WBAI News with Paul DeRienzo
 
New York City makes vaccinations mandatory for all city workers…The parkland shooter pleads guilty.. a voting rights bill is voted down… the Oath Keepers at the GOP… as the Senate begins the process to subpoena a former Trump advisor.. what did he know about the January 6th invasion of the capitol..Oleh WBAI News with Paul DeRienzo
 
(10/21/21) Sibling language experts and regular contributors to the show Kathryn and Ross Petras are the authors of the New York Times bestseller You're Saying It Wrong: A Pronunciation Guide to the 150 Most Commonly Mispronounced Words—and Their Tangled Histories of Misuse as well as Awkword Moments: A Lively Guide to the 100 Terms Smart People Sh…
 
(10/19/21) Chude Pam Allen and Robert Allen’s new book Reluctant Reformers: Racism and Social Reform Movements in the United States, an updated edition of the latter’s iconic 1974 title, explores the racism that drove the US political system from the early 19th century to the end of World War II. In addition to a forward by New York Times columnist…
 
Indiana education officials took the next step to revamp school accountability this week. The State Board of Education approved a list of student characteristics for the state to track as part of a new school performance dashboard it's developing . Board members finalized a total of five knowledge and skill areas the dashboard will focus on: academ…
 
(10/15/21) From the early 1980s to the mid-1990s, Bryan Miller was a household name among East Coast foodies as the restaurant critic for the New York Times. Over the course of his decade as a columnist, he dined out more than 5,000 times in eateries around the world. Wine Spectator once called him “the most powerful restaurant critic in America.” …
 
In "Diary of a Young Naturalist," 15 year old author Dara McAnulty gives us several perspectives simultaneously: That of a teenager making their way into adulthood; that of person with autism interacting with family, school fellows, and the wider world avaible through social media; and that of an individual passionate about nature learning and expl…
 
(10/14/21) From the first Women’s March the day after the 2017 inauguration to the Blue Wave in the 2018 midterms or the flood of female presidential candidates in 2020, women from across the ideological spectrum became energized in a way America had not witnessed in decades in response to the presidency of Donald Trump. They marched, they organize…
 
This week on WBAA’s Ask The Mayor: Lafayette’s city budget was presented this month, with raises for city employees and reminders that COVID-19 will continue to impact the financial outlook on a number of fronts in the coming year. What are the spending priorities, and what will local officials continue to watch as they consider where to cut costs?…
 
Health care for undocumented immigrants in the U.S. can be difficult to navigate. Today we hear from doctors behind research that shows not only the inequities faced, but the moral distress it causes clinicians who can’t treat treatable diseases. Produced by Mariam Sobh. Guests: Offny Herrera Dialysis Patient Dr. Simit Doshi Assistant Professor of …
 
Today we spend the hour catching up with public media reporters around the state, to dig a little deeper into their latest stories. We get the latest news on COVID-19 numbers and trends around the state from our digital producer, talk to investigative education reporters to learn why Indiana violated federal law by issuing emergency special educati…
 
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