WCRS Podcast - consciousvoices

CV 20220512 Panel discussion on Ukraine with Phyllis Bennis


59:59 minutes (27.46 MB)

A panel discussion ("webinar") on Ukraine with Institute For Policy Studies analyst Phyllis Bennis

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CV 20220505 The End of Roe


59:56 minutes (27.43 MB)

In the wake of the news of a leaked draft ruling from the Republican-dominated US Supreme Court effectively overturning Roe Vs Wade , we hear from MSNBC's Ali Velshi on the white supremacist roots of the anti-abortion movement, Vice President Kamala Harris' comments to an Emily's List convention, and my interview with Cole Wojdacz, field director for Pro Choice Ohio

CV 20220428 Border Wall Impact, Ukraine, and Henry Green


59:08 minutes (27.07 MB)

Interview with a spokesperson from the Center For Biological Diversity on the impacts of the border wall, another Ukraine perspective and news of the acquittal of two notorious Columbus police officers in the killing of Henry Green

CV20220421 You're Being Lied To About Ukraine


59:59 minutes (27.46 MB)

Russel Brand, Richard Wolfe, and Chris Hedges discuss the conflict in Ukraine and the crisis of imperial capitalism ( 2 segments)

CV 20220414 Noam Comsky on Ukraine


59:58 minutes (27.45 MB)

Bill Fletcher Junior interviews Noam Chomsky on the conflict in Ukraine

CV 20220307 A Contrarian Perspective on Ukraine


59:53 minutes (27.41 MB)

interview with geopolitical policy analyst Samo Burja on the long term global balance-of-power implications of the conflict in Ukraine.

CV 20220329 Panel Discussion on Ukraine


59:59 minutes (27.46 MB)

Bernie Sanders assembled a group of commentators to address the conflict in Ukraine from the standpoint of democracies around the world, versus authoritarian and imperialist regimes, including the US, and with regard to climate change.

CV 20220324 Critical Analysis on Ukraine


59:59 minutes (27.46 MB)

Content from a recent edition of Pacifica Radio's Covid Race and Democracy related to the conflict in Ukraine

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