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Eleanor LeCain interviews Aleksandra Evangulidi Midwife, Founder, and Clinical Director of The Birth Sanctuary - about the benefits of giving birth at home as a way to restore the sanctity and power of birth.

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Charlene Spretnak speaks with Gar Smith, author of Nuclear Roulette, about the ongoing situation at and flowing out from the reactors at Fukushima, including the impacts on the West Coast; reactor safety in the US; the international response to Fukushima and to possible similar events elsewhere in the future; poem by Kay Ryan
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Eleanor LeCain talks about why women still only hold 20% of elected offices and what we can do about it  with Dr. Jennifer Lawless, professor of government at American University and author of It Still Takes a Candidate: Why Women Don’t Run for Office.

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Eleanor LeCain talks about efforts to suppress voting and what we can do protect voting rights, with Mijin Chasenior policy analyst at Demos and co-author of a new report, Millions to the Polls, Practical Policies to Fulfill the Freedom to Vote for All Americans.

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Charlene Spretnak speaks with Langdon Winner, author of The Whale and the Reactor and numerous articles on the problematic aspects of various technologies, esp. in education [technopolis.blogspot.com]; poem by Dorothy Parker

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Eleanor LeCain talks about how companies make more money by treating workers well, with MIT Professor Zeynep Ton, author of  The Good Jobs Strategy: How the Smartest Companies Invest In Employees To Lower Costs And Boost Profits.

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Charlene Spretnak speaks with Benjamin Barber, author of If Mayors Ruled the World, about municipal governments acting to address problems like carbon emissions, living wage, pre-K education even though their national and state governments do not; passage by Kandinsky about Moscow

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16 January --    CODEPINK's Actions for Peace -- Charlene Spretnak speaks with Medea Benjamin, cofounder of CODEPINK and author of Drone Wars, about the group's efforts regarding drone strikes; the upcoming Women Lead to Peace Summit in Switzerland (linked with the UN Geneva II Middle East Peace Talks); the pending US treaty with Iran; and the situation in Gaza [codepink.org]; "Ella's Song" by Sweet Honey in the Rock

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Eleanor LeCain talks about re-inventing our economy in this generation with Gil Friend, a leader in the sustainability revolution and Chief Sustainability Officer for the City of Palo Alto, California.

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