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Dave, jim, Ginny

A half hour weekly radio show committed to community, peace, justice, and non-violence issues.

The show aires on Community Radio stations:
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Singer, Songwriter Linda Allen, Part 2 - May 22, 2019

Join jim justice at Bellingham singer songwriter, Linda Allen's newest CD release party which was also a fundraiser for the Food bank there. The CD is entitled Linda Allen Singing the News. Linda was celebrating 50 years writing and singing songs of protest. She was joined by her two daughters and several other singers and musicians to celebrate. Some topics on her recent CD are: supporting Planned Parenthood, tattoos, caregivers, cheap (think WalMart, Amazon, and lack of mine safety), hurricanes and much more.
Website http://lindasongs.com

Linda is currently offering her multi-media presentation, Here's to the Women!, in commemoration of both the state and national battle for the Nineteenth Amendment's passage nationally in 2020.

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Singer, Songwriter Linda Allen - May 15 2019

Join jim justice at Bellingham singer songwriter, Linda Allen's newest CD release party which was also a fundraiser for the Food bank there. The CD is entitled Linda Allen Singing the News. Linda was celebrating 50 years writing and singing songs of protest. She was joined by her two daughters and several other singers and musicians to celebrate. Some topics on her recent CD are: supporting Planned Parenthood, tattoos, caregivers, cheap (think WalMart, Amazon, and lack of mine safety), hurricanes and much more. Website lindasongs.com

Linda is currently offering her multi-media presentation, Here's to the Women!, in commemoration of both the state and national battle for the Nineteenth Amendment's passage nationally in 2020.

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Changes in the Skagit Election Office - May 8, 2019

SUSO host jim justice was a election observer for the Fall Skagit County elections. She witnessed the difficulties that the Election Supervisor, David Cunningham, was having with the November election. Usually Skagit is one of the first to post final results, but this past November it was the last. jim reports on a presentation for Fidalgo Democrats on the changes in the election office since that election. Newly elected Skagit County Auditor Sandy Perkins and Chief Deputy Auditor/Elections Supervisor David Cunningham spoke at the Fidalgo Democrats' meeting on Tues., April 9, 2019 about "How Can We Speed Up the Vote Count in Skagit County?" Listen to hear why the difference in the November election and about the changes since then, including elevating Election Supervisor David Cunningham to now hold the title of Chief Deputy Auditor along with his election supervision duties.

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NW Educational Service District Migrant Program - April 24, 2019

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Improving Safety at Refineries - April 17, 2019

No one in Skagit forgets the explosion at the Tesoro refinery in 2010 that killed 7 people. Investigators decided that that disaster was preventable. The United Steel Workers' Union representing refinery workers has been working for years to increase safety practices at refineries, without much success - until now. A coalition of several unions, and environmental organizations under the banner of the Blue Green Alliance has influenced the Dept. of Labor and Industry to rewrite the rules governing refinery safety practices. California has already made similar changes in what is called "Process Safety Management," greasing the skids for Washington.

In this interview, Ginny Wolff talks with Dr. Michael Wilson, National Director for Occupational and Environmental Health at the BlueGreen Alliance; Steve Garey, retired refinery worker, former president of USW Local 12-591 and BlueGreen Alliance member; and Mary Ruth Holder, retired lawyer with experience in environmental law in Texas, and community member representing Evergreen Islands, to tell us the story. They will hold an informational event on Thursday, May 2, 6:30 - 8:00 pm at the Burlington Community/Senior Center at 1011 Greenleaf Ave. Burlington, where the public can learn about this complicated issue in ways that can be understood, and how they can participate in making public comments supporting new safety regulations at all Washington State refineries.

You Tube Video by Faultlines on Tesoro Tragedy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPQonTkUw6o

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