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How Fear Changed America. Homeland Insecurity is a new documentary podcast from RAICES that chronicles the untold story of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). We go back to the beginning, when our government built a powerful new agency in the wake of 9/11 to protect America from terrorists—only to use that agency to terrorize immigrants. From family separation to federal agents deployed in Portland, the scope and cruelty of DHS continues to expand, begging the question: Is anyone safe ...
 
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Since 1973, the Southern Oral History Program has worked to preserve the voices of the southern past. We have collected 6,000 interviews with people from all walks of life—from mill workers to civil rights leaders to future presidents of the United States. Made available through UNC’s renowned Southern Historical Collection online, these interviews capture the vivid personalities, poignant personal stories, and behind-the-scenes decision-making that bring history to life.
 
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Das Genre Cinematic Post Rock beschreibt die Musik auf „Terra“, dem zweiten Album der australischen Post-Rock-Band IIAH ziemlich perfekt. Schließt man die Augen und justiert den Lautstärkeregler, so bieten die sanften und doch rauen Klänge die Möglichkeit zu fantastischen Traumreisen durch unendliche Weiten. Der Blick aus dem Cockpit des Kopfkinos …
 
Wir sprechen in dieser Sendung über etwas, mit dem wir täglich in Berührung kommen und das uns große Freude im Leben bringen kann: Essen. Da unser Konsum Auswirkungen auf Umwelt & Klima haben kann, fragen wir uns unter Anderem: Was heißt „Bio“ eigentlich und sind Produkte mit dieser Bezeichnung besser für unsere Umwelt und das Klima? Was kann man b…
 
Gelten Wahlplakate eigentlich schon als Körperverletzung? Zumindest wenn man den neurobiologischen Mechanismen im menschlichen Körper glauben darf. Da die Bittersweet-Readktion in den letzten Wochen mit dem Bittersweet-Mobil durch Freiburgs Straßen getuckert ist, hängt jetzt das Nervensystem in einer grausamen visuellen Endlosschleife. Was tun? Mus…
 
Hip-Hop-Grooves vs. Gitarrenriffs. Emily und Fabian bringen einen bunten Mix in ihre neue Folge im Musikmagazin. Fabian hat nicht nur das kollaborationsstarke neue Album Fire von The Bug am Start, sondern auch die lässig-verkopften Grooves von Homeboy Sandman auf seiner EP Anjelitu. Darüber hinaus präsentiert er im neuen Format "Kleinod des Monats"…
 
A questions by a listener led to the inspiration for this week’s Beat Latino – how do I research? So thinking about trusted sources of music that Beat Latino counts on for its selection led me to share some of my favorite record labels! There’s some great music here, recent releases, but go beyond and check out ALL the artists on these labels’ rost…
 
This Beat Latino celebrates the deeply-rooted contemporary creations of Latin@s from all parts of our Americas, artists that nurture their music very directly from the most vital and ancestral parts of their heritages, and re-envision them for our times. Featuring the music and portions of my interview of Dominican composer, guitarist, vocalist and…
 
In celebration of Latino Conservation Week (Juy 17-25), Beat Latino shares music to make us aware of our planet’s riches as well as music projects specifically designed to preserve our planet and necessary wisdom held in ancestral communities. Trees, plants, birds, biodiversity and ancestral communities are all supported by music created and produc…
 
It’s our mid-year recap (part one of several!) and the music has been fabulous this year. Perhaps because last year was so difficult, our artistas are expressing so much, we’re excited to share some of our favorite tunes n’ grooves from the last months! Whether you are in the mood for singer-songwriters, electronica, smooth and sophisticated tropic…
 
It’s that time of the month again on Beat Latino where we cull the musical landscape to find the new releases that truly catch our ear, and share the gems we discover with you! Whether you’re in the mood for some mystical, magical soundscapes from el Cono Sur (Derrock’s remix of Uji) or ready to rock out, psych-style with Brazilian Beats (Bonfarte)…
 
It’s the easiest, breeziest, newest summertime music to take you through the warm months, moving, groovin’ and vibin’ along. With tunes from regional Mexican (Los Pikadientes de Caborca) to neo-soul (Luna Luna) to re-envisioned ritmos cubanos (Cimafunk), it’s summertime, and the music is easy! Musical Works TitleArtistAlbumLabelYearLengthMe veo vol…
 
This week’s Beat Latino celebrates Immigrant Heritage Month by celebrating the most expressive and story-telling art of music. The music created in the diasporas by immigrants who left their lands due to force or conflict or economic opportunity or even adventure is the greatest gift to the lands of destiny, and the selection of tunes we have for y…
 
We’re celebrating Pride Month here on Beat Latino, with a wonderful conversation with singer/songwriter Renee Goust, and wonderful conversation about her latest album, La Apuesta. We covered topics of identity, musical traditions, changing lives through music, and the power of the arts, with music to match. ¡Viva la música para el mes del orgullo, …
 
The days are warming up, and the new tunes and blooming like summer flowers! From French adolescents crooning timeless boleros (the ultra-charming Isaac et Nora) to new traditions uniting southern and northern First Nations (Canada’s Beny Esguerra) to a sultry torch-tune (Kali Uchis) and female empowerment (Dominican Republic and Italy’s Yendry) th…
 
Take a ride with us through the Latinx musical diaspora on the other side of the pond! Nuestra música takes on new colors in new geographies! Here is a selection of artists whose musical legacies are rooted in both sides of the Atlantic — artists like from Murdocco (UK + Uruguay) to Jose Gonzalez (Sweden + Argentina) to Che Sudaka (Colombia + Spain…
 
Hello Earth to Humans listeners! Producer Matt Podolsky and I (Sarinah Simons) will be taking a break from the podcast for a little while to focus on exciting, new developments we have planned for Earth to Humans. In the mean time, we will be re-releasing previously aired episodes from the archives so you can still get ETH in your ears every other …
 
Filmmaker Julia Barnes speaks with authors Derrick Jensen, Lierre Keith, and Max Wilbert about their new book Bright Green Lies: How the Environmental Movement Lost Its Way and What We Can Do About It. "Bright Green Lies exposes the hypocrisy of leading environmental groups. It asks the questions most refuse to ask, and in that questioning, uncover…
 
It’s a wonderful time to remember that Mexico in the USA means that this land can claim beautiful music as its own, and has been able to do so for several centuries. From California to Texas to New York and everything in-between, this land was made for music like this! Tex-Mex to pop to jarocho and more, all made in the USA is the focus of this wee…
 
It’s far too rare in the world of environmentalism to see programs that seek to solve humanitarian issues, to create positive conservation outcomes. But, after seeing the implications of illegal logging on the communities and ecosystems in which they grew up, the Founders of Yayasan ASRI went about stopping it a little differently by asking ‘why?’ …
 
It’s that time of the month again when we spend the Beat Latino hour with new releases, and as always, it’s a special treat to celebrate the endless creative spirit of nuestra música. Chile, México, Puerto Rico, Spain, Cuba in the musical house! And many more lands and geographies and even languages that are all part of this Latin@, Latinx, IberoAm…
 
Munir Virani is a world-renowned raptor biologist and the executive vice president of the Peregrine Fund. We talk with him about growing up in Nairobi, Kenya, his inspiration to begin studying birds of prey, and how he helped solve a continent-wide mystery about the source of a mass-poisoning event that wiped out more than 95% of India’s vulture po…
 
There's no denying that climate change will play a significant role in everyone's lives in the future (if it isn't keeping you awake at night already). But how do we tell our kids the truth and reality about climate change and its implications on their futures without completely freaking them out? Well, the answer is actually pretty complicated and…
 
Samara Almonte is the creator of Raíces Verdes, a podcast for healing our relationship with the Earth and with each other, as well as a platform dedicated to validating, sharing and archiving the experiences of Black, Indigenous, People of color in connection to the environment. In this episode we speak with Samara about the inspiration behind her …
 
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