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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:
KSVR 91.7 FM (Skagit Valley College) Wednesdays 5:00 PM PT, rebroadcast Sundays 8:00 PM PT
KSVU 90.1 FM, Hamilton, Sundays 8:00 PM and Thursdays 8:00 AM PT
KMRE 102.3 FM, Bellingham, Sundays 11:00 AM and Wednesdays 7:30 AM PT
KAOS 89.3 FM, Olympia, Thursdays 5:30 PM PT


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A Conversation with Kris Lytton, Part 3 - December 12, 2018

Speak Up! Speak Out! for these two shows follow our show for Nov. 21, which featured Rep. Kris Lytton reflecting on her 8 years in the State Legislature on the eve of her retirement. The Question and Answer period for this conversation was as interesting and candid as Kris' opening remarks, so we are airing it in 2 shows. Part one on Dec. 5, and Part 2 on Dec.12. An insider's view of how our legislature works is vital for anyone who wants to make change.

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A Conversation with Kris Lytton, Part 2 - December 5, 2018

Speak Up! Speak Out! for these two shows follow our show for Nov. 21, which featured Rep. Kris Lytton reflecting on her 8 years in the State Legislature on the eve of her retirement. The Question and Answer period for this conversation was as interesting and candid as Kris' opening remarks, so we are airing it in 2 shows. Part one on Dec. 5, and Part 2 on Dec.12. An insider's view of how our legislature works is vital for anyone who wants to make change.

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Plane Truths - the movie - November 28, 2018

For 20 years, Moving Images Video Project, a non-profit organization, has produced and distributed documentaries about war and peace, human rights, global justice, and protection for the environment. Host jim justice speaks with co-founders, Melissa Young and Mark Dworkin, about a new film entitled Plane Truths.
The recent expansion of Navy training activities in the Northwest has many local residents concerned. Community members on Whidbey Island, the San Juans, and the Olympic Peninsula are disturbed by an increase in noise caused by new jets based at Naval Air Station Whidbey (NAS). On Whidbey, communities have been additionally impacted by water system pollution caused by chemicals used for firefighting on NAS landing strips.

Their new 30-minute film Plane Truths explores a variety of perspectives on these issues from farmers, current and retired military personnel, environmentalists and other citizens of the affected areas. Listen as Melissa and Mark talk about their new documentary.

This film will be shown in LaConner, Friday, November 30th, 7PM, at the United Methodist Church, 601 S. 2nd St., on top of the hill.

"Plane Truths is brilliant...simmering...." Catherine Lutz, Professor of Anthropology and International Studies, Brown University, Author, Homefront: A Military City and the American Twentieth Century.

NEW: Their next project will be out soon, "Argentina, Don't Give Up Your Voice", about the current struggles there especially after their new leader was elected a year before Trump. Mark says Argentina's leader and Trump are quite the pair. Following that, they will go back to cooperative enterprises theme - one worker, one vote.

Website: Plane Truths, there is a preview there that you can watch. Their original website is http://www.movingimages.org/

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A Conversation with Kris Lytton, Part 1 - November 21, 2018

Retiring Washington State Representative from the 40th LD, Kristine Lytton, addressed the Indivisible Skagit group on Nov. 14. Kris talked candidly about her experiences in her 8 years in the State Legislature, on the eve of her retirement. She summarized the election results as they stood on Nov. 14. She shared her thoughts on "next moves" to support progressive values in our state, and how ordinary citizens can become involved. This a Part 1 of what will likely be a 2 or 3 part show. An informative Q&A session followed Kris's uninterrupted remarks that will air soon.

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Remembering Ernest Tutt - Part 2 - October 24, 2018

Dr. Ernest Tutt, who was our guest on several SUSO programs, died in June 2918. Ernest was instructor in communications at Skagit Valley College, actor, didgeridoo player, portrayer of Frederick Douglas, Martin Luther King Jr, Malcom X, and, as you will hear in these shows, admired, appreciated - and missed - by all who knew him.

A memorial service was held in McIntyre Hall in August. The two shows are excerpts from that service - words from family, fellow teachers at Skagit Valley College, friends and neighbors. They also include brief excerpts from one of the on air conversations with Ernest.

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Go To: Home Page | All Shows | Celebrations  | Civil Rights | Human Rights | Climate Change | Community | Corporate Power  | Education  | Environment | Food and Agriculture in Skagit Valley | Health | Health Care Reform | Immigrant Rights | Iraq Vets Against the War | LGBT  | Labor  | Media | Music and Art | Politics | Poverty and Low Income | Relief Work | Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency | Social Services in Skagit County | War, Peace, and Resistance | Womens Issues | Other