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audio Dawn Collins speaks to the NOLA to Angola ride 2014 wtul news 2014-10-23 1:43 PM
Dawn Collins of SPAN, Solidarity Project Activist Network, speaks to the 2014 NOLA to Angola Ride in St Francisville on the movement against the breakway from East Baton Rouge Parish. http://www.louisianaspan.org/ https://www.facebook.com/LouisianaSPAN (audio/mpeg)

audio Jason Williams addresses the NOLA to Angola 2014 ride wtul news 2014-10-23 1:39 PM
Jason Williams addresses the 40 riders of the 2014 NOLA to Angola ride, about growing up as a black man in new orleans, the injustice of the criminal justice system, and the fact that many people are in the system that should not be there. (audio/mpeg)

audio Leo Jackson speaks to the NOLA to Angola ride wtul news 2014-10-23 1:31 PM
Leo Jackson of Cornerstone Builders Program speaks to NOLA to Angola riders 2014 about the visitation bus program, in front of Orleans Parish Prison friday Oct 17th (audio/mpeg)

audio Emily Posner speaks to NolatoAngola on the case of Zulu wtul news 2014-10-23 1:31 PM
Emily Posner speaks to the NOLA to Angola ride on her work on the case of Zulu, incarcerated in Angola (audio/mpeg)

audio WTUL News Interviews Katharina Sander News & Views Community Gumbo Crew 2014-09-15 3:17 PM
Interview with an Educational Anthropology graduate student from the University of Denmark here in New Orleans to do her master thesis on the nature of coping with disaster. (audio/mpeg)

audio The Numbers and Nature of Oil and Gas Power over Louisiana wtul news 2014-08-29 3:26 PM

audio WTUL News And Views talks to We Won't Be Railroaded wtul news 2014-08-08 2:55 PM
Karen and Graham from We Won't Be Railroaded (wewontberailroaded.com) about the impacts to new orleanians by Jefferson Parish's efforts to relieve rail traffic from Old Metairie. Citizens are assembling to educate themselves this thursday 14 august 7pm at the Esperanza Charter School. (audio/mpeg)

audio Wtul news interviews Andrew Kleiner and Emily Sweitlick of IRONHORSE Festival wtul news 2014-06-20 4:38 PM
WTUL News interviews Wtul news interviews Andrew Kleiner and Emily Sweitlick of IRONHORSE Festival prior to their kick-off party at Gasa Gasa. Their festival is a fundraiser benefiting Project ALS - a leading fundraiser for researching a cure the nuero-degenerative disease ALS. The IRONHORSE festival will be May 2015. Total duration is 19:52. (audio/mpeg)

audio Wtul news interviews Katherine Rose Wood wtul news 2014-06-20 4:01 PM
WTUL News and Views interviews Kathryn Rose Wood of the New Orleans based band Social Set. Kathryn talks with WTUL about the Tipitina's Instrument Repair Program which refurbishes used instruments in order to give New Orleans youth access to like new instruments! Total duration is 13 minutes. (audio/mpeg)

audio WTUL News And Views and Girls Rock New Orleans wtul news 2014-05-16 11:41 PM

audio WTUL News And Views and Girls Rock New Orleans wtul news 2014-05-16 11:29 PM

audio Soleil Ho on Food Gentrification WTUL News and Views 2014-04-09 2:18 PM
Gahiji and Kezia speak with Soleil Ho about Food Gentrification, the rising costs of food, and the effect of foodie trends on low-income communities. (audio/mpeg)

audio Mama Jennifer Turner on Mardi Gras of Year's Past WTUL News and Views 2014-03-19 2:56 PM
Mama Jennifer Turner speaks with Gahiji and Kezia about growing up in a segregated New Orleans and how that influenced her experience of Mardi Gras Celebrations, comparing it to her experience of Mardi Gras today. (audio/mpeg)

audio Laverne Cox at Tulane University WTUL News and Views 2014-03-19 2:25 PM
Laverne Cox speaks to Tulane University students on her experience as a trans woman and famous actress, star of the hit TV show, Orange is the New Black. (audio/mpeg)

audio Discussion on police brutality Gahiji Barrow and Kezia Kamenetz 2014-02-19 3:45 PM
A conversation with Endesha Juakali about police brutality in the context of New Orleans history and current. Looking specifically at the recent cases of Keith Atkins a Black man shot in the back and killed by police and Michael Dunn a White man that had a mistrial after shooting a car of Black teens. (audio/mpeg)

audio Fight for Abortion Rights in Louisiana Continues as DHH Rescinds Regulations Hillary Donnell 2014-02-12 3:32 PM
The Department of Health and Hospitals in Louisiana issued 21 pages of new regulations regulating abortion providers, but rescinded the regulations just before a public hearing. Advocates continue to organize to protect women's health and anticipate more regulations from the state. (audio/mpeg)

audio Fight for Abortion Rights in Louisiana Continues as DHH Rescinds Regulations Hillary Donnell 2014-02-12 2:58 PM
The Department of Health and Hospitals in Louisiana issued 21 pages of new regulations regulating abortion providers, but rescinded the regulations just before a public hearing. Advocates continue to organize to protect women's health and anticipate more regulations from the state. (audio/mpeg)

audio Interview with Dyverse City WTUL News and Views 2014-02-03 3:17 PM
Kezia and Gahiji interview Breanna Welch and Nicole Balthazar about Dyverse City, a place for local entrepreneurs in the Broadmoor area to rent space and launch their business. (audio/mpeg)

audio Interview with Bryan Collins, OPP Whistleblower WTUL News and Views 2014-01-27 10:11 PM
Gahiji and Kezia interview Bryan Collins, the OPP whistleblower who details his experience as a deputy in the House of Detention and his decision to become a whistleblower. (audio/mpeg)

audio Interview with OPP Whistleblower Bryan Collins WTUL News and Views 2014-01-27 3:31 PM
Gahiji and Kezia interview Bryan Collins, the OPP whistleblower who details his experience as a deputy in the House of Detention and his decision to become a whistleblower. (audio/mpeg)

audio Albert Woodfox Supporters Rally Outside Hearing Hillary Donnell 2014-01-17 3:18 PM
Interviews with Malik Rahim, Jackie Sumell and other supporters who attended Angola 3 inmate Albert Woodfox's appeals hearing in New Orleans on Jan 7. (audio/mpeg)

audio ASA Conference panel on Isreali BDS WTUL News & Views 2013-11-25 3:09 AM
J. Kehaulani Kaunani, Wesleyan University; Jasbir Puar, Rutgers University; Steven Saleita Virginia Tech speak on a panel at the 2013 American Studies Association Conference about Israeli occupation and Boycotting Israeli academic institutions. From 11/22.13 (audio/mpeg)

audio john tesvich oyster task force oyster industry in an uncertain future wtulnews 2013-11-13 3:43 PM

audio Trystero Harm Reduction Network WTUL News and Views 2013-11-11 3:38 PM
Kezia interviews Nora and Crow of the Trystereo Syringe Distribution Network of New Orleans about their work promoting harm reduction methodology to drug users and their upcoming benefit at the Big Top. (audio/mpeg)

audio Zoom In/Zoom Out from CEPNO WTUL News and Views 2013-11-11 3:35 PM
Gahiji and Kezia interview Derek Roguski and Ashana Bigard of the Community Education Project of New Orleans about their upcoming community event, Zoom In/Zoom Out (audio/mpeg)

audio Interview with Gretche Zalkind of New orleans Time Bank Kezia Kamenetz 2013-10-28 2:29 PM
Kezia Kamenetz talks with Gretchen Zalkind about about the New orleans time banks and community economics. (audio/mpeg)

audio Monica McIntyre new album, It Soon Come WTUL News and Views 2013-10-21 2:54 PM
Gahiji and Kezia interview Monica McIntyre, singer/songwriter and cello player who was inspired by the Mississippi River to write and record her new album, It Soon Come. (audio/mpeg)

audio Robert King and Malik Rahim: Voice of Herman Wallace Keeps Growing Louder KPFA Evening News/Ann Garrison 2013-10-15 1:20 AM
Family, friends and supporters of Herman Wallace held a memorial service and buried him in New Orleans, the city where he was born, on Saturday, October 12th. Wallace was one of the Angola 3 who were convicted of killing a guard at Angola State Prison in 1972. They have always maintained their innocence and said that they were actually convicted for organizing a chapter of the Black Panther Party in Angola Prison, to push for an end to brutal and inhumane prison conditions. Robert King was held in solitary confinement for 29 years before his conviction was overturned and he was released; Herman Wallace was held in solitary for 41 years, as was Albert Woodfox, who remains in solitary confinement. Wallace was released in an ambulance, dying of cancer, on October 2nd, after a federal judge ruled that his indictment had been un-Constitutional. He died three days later on October 4th. Angola 3 member Robert King and Malik Rahim, former Black Panther and founder of the Common Ground Collective, attended the memorial service and helped bury their lifelong friend. They spoke to KPFA Radio-Berkeley the next day. (audio/mpeg)

audio Henry James Interview Gahiji Barrow 2013-09-23 2:46 PM
Interview with exoneree Henry James. He tells of his story of injustice and redemption. (audio/mpeg)

audio Lagniappe brass band and 350 nola draws the second line wtulnews 2013-09-22 12:47 AM
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