(1:26 - 11:05) Remember those anti-tar sands posters and ads that hit the news way back in the summer? Those posters and ads were produced by environmentalist groups in the United States, including the Sierra Club. and while those kinds of images haven't hit the news recently, activist work has not stopped since then. The Energy Justice Network is a group that works with local communities to track and record all the dirty energy and waste facilities in the United States. The group also advocates against the use of nuclear and fossil fuels. Mike Ewall is the director of the group, and he spoke to the rabble podcast network's Redeye podcast. Here's part of that interview.
(11:35 - 19:51) Where is the female MC? In hiphop, women are seen and not very often heard. The rabble podcast network's F-Word podcast decided to make some noise about that this month. Here's part of their interview with Canadian-born, critically acclaimed MC, Eternia.
(20:16 - 22:15) Music: Eternia with To The Future.
(22:36 - 27:45) What happens when an entire community has the power to talk to each other in real time, commit acts of journalism and rally around six characters. Find out, in our new tech column.
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