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image Russell ‘Maroon’ Shoatz Files Lawsuit Protesting 22 Consecutive Years in Solitary Angola 3 News 2013-05-11 7:26 PM
 Russell ‘Maroon’ Shoatz Files Lawsuit Protesting 22 Consecutive Years in Solitary
Earlier this week, on Wednesday, May 8, lawyers for Russell ‘Maroon’ Shoatz filed a federal lawsuit regarding his placement in solitary confinement for over 22 consecutive years. Last month, when a 30-day action campaign was launched, lawyers promised to file this litigation if Maroon had not been transferred into general population by the morning of May 8. (image/jpeg)

text Symbols vs. Substance (It's Not Entertainment) Sudhama Ranganathan 2013-05-07 7:39 PM
It's important to all of us to feel a part of our government, especially when it is run by our tax dollars, and those tax dollars are money that could be going to the necessities in our lives. It is important, especially when at times bills that put a roof over our heads, that may have had to have been to be skimped on, partially paid or left till next month, could have been paid with money that was taken out of our paychecks and sent to the government. It is important, especially considering the fact that, ever since the government gave away trillions to help banks in order to free those banks up so they could continue to lend (banks that after taking our cash, took the money, invested in themselves and refused to lend), we have ended up with leaner times, with much of the money going to the government every payday, being cash that could be saved for our kid's futures instead. It's especially important, when that money collected up by the government every paycheck is money that could have gone towards our own personal retirement savings. (text/html)

audio Assata Shakur & the Criminalization of Black and Brown Youth WTUL News and Views 2013-05-06 2:29 PM
Gahiji & Kezia read articles and discuss the government's role in oppressing and persecuting African American resistance and revolutionary leaders, at the same time that there is a rising awareness of the criminalization of black and brown youth and the school to prison pipeline. Coincidence? (audio/mpeg)

text New Orleans May Day reportback anon 2013-05-05 7:46 PM
On the night of May 1 a crew of approximately 20 hooligans visited HRI Properties CEO Pres Kabacoff and his phony voodoo priestess wife Sallie Ann Glassman at their home in the Bywater neighborhood to deliver them their long overdue welcome to downtown. Our house-warming gift—a dumpster’s worth of the filthiest trash we could find—was silently carted in using several shopping carts taken from the Wal-Mart that sits where the St. Thomas Projects used to be. (text/plain)

audio Deep Dialogues #1 crosstalk: "Where ya from, originally?" WTUL News & Views / Bridge the Gulf 2013-05-03 10:36 PM
“Cross Talk” section of our Deep Dialogues series, the topic of: Where are you from, Originally? LET US KNOW WHAT YOU THINK! Post comments here. Post comments on our Facebook. Call 504-865-5885 and leave us a message! (audio/mpeg)

audio Deep Dialogues #1: "Where ya from, originally?" WTUL News & Views / Bridge the Gulf 2013-04-26 3:22 PM
WTUL News and Views and Bridge the Gulf are proud to announce our first quarterly DEEP DIALOGUE Series! After receiving a grant from the Public Insight Network we've created a dynamic discussion series where we will attempt to get underneath the headlines and have frank, open discussions about the conflicts that pervade our city. Our first event is called: WHERE ARE YOU FROM, ORIGINALLY? Stimulating discussion about race, place and what it means to be "from" New Orleans. (audio/mpeg)

audio SciTEK Q and A wtulnews 2013-04-11 2:52 PM
Q and A from Sci TEK (audio/mpeg)

audio SciTEK presentation wtulnews 2013-04-11 2:14 PM
Sci TEK is the name given to the method adapted by UNO CHART to incorporate local and embodied knowledge of coastal residents with lived experience into a format that can be included in the state master plan (audio/mpeg)

image New Orleans and Baton Rouge screenings of HARD TIME, about Robert King and the Angola 3 Angola 3 News 2013-04-11 5:19 AM
New Orleans and Baton Rouge screenings of HARD TIME, about Robert King and the Angola 3
Upcoming Screenings of HARD TIME, about Robert King and the Angola 3, shown in Baton Rouge and New Orleans, April 17-19. Dr. Ronald Harpelle’s latest documentary film will premiere in Louisiana at: --Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge on April 17th (E130 Howe Russell Hall at 7pm) (image/jpeg)

audio PsychGumbo on Hallucingens on Tulane campus wtul news 2013-03-29 2:42 PM
This week's episode is about hallucinogenic drugs on Tulane's campus. Recently a very large amount of drugs, estimated in worth of tens of thousands of dollars, were confiscated from the Kappa Sigma Fraternity house. [16:48 min] (audio/mpeg)

audio N&V Intrvw; JaquelineBishop News & Views 2013-03-27 3:26 PM
Jacqueline Bishop is one of New Orleans' most respected — and collected — artists, with work in important private and public collections around the country; like the New Orleans Museum of Art. You may have seen some of her work around town, like the installation "Field Guide", at the Milne Boys Home. Her genre focuses on environmental awareness, and she works in many different mediums. She has also taught Tulane and Loyola University. (audio/mpeg)

audio David Waggoner and the Dutch Dialogues WTUL News and Views 2013-03-25 2:34 PM
Check out WTUL news interview with David Waggoner, who has been a pioneer in developing water management strategies in New Orleans that emphasize the need to keep water within our city limits rather than using so much energy to pump it out. (audio/mpeg)

image End 41 years of cruel and inhuman solitary confinement for Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3 Robert H. King 2013-03-24 4:51 AM
End 41 years of cruel and inhuman solitary confinement for Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3
Below is a new statement, just released by Robert H. King urging people to support Amnesty International's newly-launched campaign supporting Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3. This month, Woodfox's conviction was overturned by US District Court Judge James Brady. In response Amnesty International has launched an online action campaign urging Louisiana Attorney General James Caldwell not to appeal this ruling to the Fifth Circuit Court. (image/jpeg)

image Louisiana Attorney General Says Angola 3 “Have Never Been Held in Solitary Confinement” Solitary Watch 2013-03-22 5:30 AM
Louisiana Attorney General Says Angola 3 “Have Never Been Held in Solitary Confinement”
James “Buddy” Caldwell, attorney general of the state of Louisiana, has released a statement saying unequivocally that Herman Wallace and Albert Woodfox, the two still-imprisoned members of the Angola 3, “have never been held in solitary confinement while in the Louisiana penal system.” In fact, Wallace, now 71, and Woodfox, 66, have been in solitary for nearly 41 years. (image/jpeg)

audio Hazel Newman testifies at Town hall WTUL News and Views 2013-03-11 2:16 PM
Hazel Newman, the mother of Sydney Newman a teen attacked by LA State Troopers during Mardi Gras. Approx 8min (audio/mpeg)

audio Paul Davidson, Executive Director of the Black Bear Conservation Coalition; wtulnews and TELS 2013-03-08 9:03 PM
Paul Davidson, Executive Director of the Black Bear Conservation Coalition tells the story of his struggle to keep the LA Black Bear from going extinct, and the limitations of the ability of the Endangered Species Act to keep the Bear from going extinct. (audio/mpeg)

audio Yvon Chouinard: Corporate Responsibility, Patagonia Style wtulnews and TELS 2013-03-08 5:57 PM
Yvon Chouinard speaks to the long trials of the Patagonia company to do right and not destroy the earth while running a large and successful clothing business. (audio/mpeg)

audio Web exclusive a conversation with Dr. Alexis Pauline Gumbs Gahiji Barrow and Dr. Alexis Pauline Gumbs 2013-03-04 3:45 PM
A conversation between Gahiji Barrow and Dr. Alexis Pauline Gumbs about her life and work. (audio/mpeg)

audio Audre Lorde Inaugural Address Dr. Alexis pauline Gubs 2013-03-04 3:32 PM
Dr. Alexis Pauline Gumbs invokes the spirit and analysis od Audre Lorde in an alphabet oracle address inaugurating the first Audre Lorde week held at Tulane University. Through audience question posing and Audre Lorde prompts Dr. Gimbs brings Lorde into the room to answer the audience. This file has been edited for length and amplified to hear the audience better. (audio/mpeg)

audio psychostimulants dr holly peek and psycho gumbo 2013-03-01 3:44 PM
adderal:: dangerous? tips on what it can do to you, and the good and bad kinds of behavior casual pill popping is associated with. (audio/mpeg)

audio Interview with Tulane Environmental Law Summit Organizers WTUL News and Views 2013-02-18 3:47 PM
Kezia interviews organizers of Tulane Environmental Law Summit which is coming up this weekend, Feb. 22-23 at the Tulane Law school, featuring discussions of local environmental issues as well as broad challenges that have come along with climate change. (audio/mpeg)

audio Endesha Juakali on Mardi Gras Now and Then WTUL News and Views 2013-02-11 3:38 PM
In this interview Gahiji Barrow speaks with long time community organizer M. Endesha Juakali about his experience of segregated Mardi Gras in the 60's and his view on Mardi Gras today. (audio/mpeg)

audio VEGGI Farmer's Coop WTUL News and Views 2013-02-11 3:12 PM
Kezia Kamenetz interviews members of the VEGGI farmer's coop in New Orleans east about how they got started, what their goals are, and how the coop model works in their community. (audio/mpeg)

audio wtul new and views 2012 year in review part ! wtul news and Views; 2013-02-08 4:13 PM

audio Chief Shirell Parfait Dardar of DulacGrandCalliou band of the BiloxiChitimachaChoctaw wtul news 2013-02-03 3:35 AM
Chief Shirell Parfait Dardar of DulacGrandCalliou band of the BiloxiChitimachaChoctaw speaks to reporter scott eustis concerning the Idle No More Gulf Coast movement, the similarity of struggle between native people in Canada and the Bayou, and the struggles being heard by the state of Louisiana during its Master Planning process (audio/mpeg)

audio Daniel Nguyen of citizen science during the BP disaster wtul news 2013-02-03 2:24 AM
Daniel Nguyen of MQVNcdc has recommendations for best practices in Citizen Science, from his and MQVN's experiences during the BP disaster. (audio/mpeg)

audio Interview with The NOLA Fruit Tree project Leanne & Frazer 2013-01-09 3:49 PM
Emily with The NOLA Fruit Tree Project came to talk about the successes and growth of the Project over the past 3 years and future plans with community lots. (audio/mpeg)

audio John Clark and Seth Tobocman WTUL News and Views 2013-01-07 3:35 PM
Kezia Kamenetz interviews John Clark and Seth Tobocman about the most recent anarchist conference in New Orleans and Seth's upcoming presentation of his new comic book, Disaster and Resistance. (audio/mpeg)

audio Daniel Schwartz of the Micah Project Zoe Sullivan 2012-12-24 3:37 AM
Excerpts from an interview with Daniel Schwartz, Executive Director of the faith-based organizing group, the Micah Project. (audio/mpeg)

audio Michelle Alexander WTUL News and Views 2012-12-17 3:27 PM
Michelle Alexander author of the New Jim Crow gives a talk at Dillard University (audio/mpeg)

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