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Artist, Activist, Journalist, Musician, Political Consultant Michael Salamone's internet chat show is sometimes serious, sometimes funny, sometimes random. Continue Reading >>
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Salamone ep.140 catching up with Wendi Muse [podcast_subscribe id="23590"]Michael Salamone catches up with Wendi Muse, founder of Left POCket Project in a conversation possibly summed up as "The Interconnectivity of the Struggle." A wide range of topics come up, but at the end of the day, it's all liberation movement politics even if just current events on the surface.Wendi Muse is a PhD candidate at NYU in history, specifically studying Black and Brown leftist movements. Through her Left POCket Project she aims to educate others on these topics through a reading list and podcast.Left POCket Project podcasts can be found on Apple podcasts, SoundCloud and so many more services. Michael is a big fan of their podcast and often refers to it as “the most educational podcast out there.”Wendi can be found on Twitter @MuseWendi and Left POCket Project at @LeftPOC. LeftPOC is also on Facebook and Patreon.Wendi specifically suggests this Joy James discussion in our talk, and we should all take the time to take it in. Joy James is the F.C. Oakley 3rd C. Professor at Williams College where she teaches in political science, humanities, africana studies, women and gender studies and American studies.Don’t forget to subscribe to THIS podcast so not to miss out on these free conversations. Until next time, you be you, and let’s please be good to each other. Cheers.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
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Salamone ep.140 catching up with Wendi Muse [podcast_subscribe id="23590"]Michael Salamone catches up with Wendi Muse, founder of Left POCket Project in a conversation possibly summed up as "The Interconnectivity of the Struggle." A wide range of topics come up, but at the end of the day, it's all liberation movement politics even if just current events on the surface.Wendi Muse is a PhD candidate at NYU in history, specifically studying Black and Brown leftist movements. Through her Left POCket Project she aims to educate others on these topics through a reading list and podcast.Left POCket Project podcasts can be found on Apple podcasts, SoundCloud and so many more services. Michael is a big fan of their podcast and often refers to it as “the most educational podcast out there.”Wendi can be found on Twitter @MuseWendi and Left POCket Project at @LeftPOC. LeftPOC is also on Facebook and Patreon.Wendi specifically suggests this Joy James discussion in our talk, and we should all take the time to take it in. Joy James is the F.C. Oakley 3rd C. Professor at Williams College where she teaches in political science, humanities, africana studies, women and gender studies and American studies.Don’t forget to subscribe to THIS podcast so not to miss out on these free conversations. Until next time, you be you, and let’s please be good to each other. Cheers.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Salamone ep.139 with Norman Solomon [podcast_subscribe id="23590"]Michael Salamone chats with Norman Solomon about his latest piece for Salon, "Whatever Joe Biden says, the U.S. endless war in Afghanistan will keep going."We discuss what is actually happening with US involvement in Afghanistan, the military-media-industrial complex, and the importance of media literacy, solidarity and activism.Norman Solomon is the co-founder and National Director for RootsAction.org. He also founded the Institute for Public Accuracy in 1997 and is its executive director. Immersed in anti-war, social justice and environmental justice movements since the 1960s, he is the author of a dozen books including "War Made Easy" and "Made Love, Got War." He has written op-ed pieces for almost every large daily U.S. newspaper and appears often on a wide range of radio and TV outlets.Don’t forget to subscribe to THIS podcast so not to miss out on these conversations, especially as we’re going to forego the weekly episode drop schedule and just start scheduling around our guests and current events. Until next time, you be you, and let’s please be good to each other. Cheers.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Salamone ep.138 with Lee Camp [podcast_subscribe id="23590"]Michael Salamone chats with comedian, author and host of Redacted Tonight, Lee Camp about comedy in the age of pandemic, the state of journalism in America, media literacy and more.Lee is the head writer and host of the national TV show Redacted Tonight with Lee Camp on RT America. He’s a former contributor to The Onion, former staff humor writer for the Huffington Post, and his web series “Moment of Clarity” has been viewed by millions. He’s toured the country and the world with his fierce brand of standup comedy, and George Carlin’s daughter Kelly said he’s one of the few comics keeping her father’s torch lit. Bill Hicks’s brother Steve said Lee is one of only a handful with Bill’s “message and passion.” Comedian Rain Pryor, daughter of Richard Pryor, says she wants to be just like Lee, "when she grows up."Visit LeeCamp.com for all things Lee Camp. Lee's new book is "Bullet-Points and Punch-Lines" and you can catch his last comedy special at https://leecampcomedyspecial.com.Feel free to also try out Michael’s new FREE & without-tracking music streaming service at Bloopidy.com. He made it for himself, but shares his toys with others.Don’t forget to subscribe to THIS podcast so not to miss out on these conversations, especially as we're going to forego the weekly episode drop schedule and just start scheduling around our guests and current events. Until next time, you be you, and let’s please be good to each other. Cheers.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Salamone ep.137 with Evan Greer [podcast_subscribe id="23590"]Michael Salamone chats with Evan Greer about her new album, "Spotify Is Surveillance," her work with Fight for the Future and all things Surveillance Capitalism.Evan Greer is a trans/genderqueer activist singer/songwriter, parent, and organizer based in Boston. She writes and performs high-energy acoustic songs that inspire hope, build community, and incite resistance. Evan tours internationally as a musician and speaker, and facilitates interactive workshops to support movements for justice and liberation. Wielding an arsenal of fiercely radical songs that vary in style from pop-punk poetry to foot-stompin’ bluegrass singalongs, Evan has been honored to collaborate, tour, and share stages with artists as musically diverse as Pete Seeger, Against Me!,Talib Kweli, Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine, Against Me!, Ted Leo & the Pharmacists, Michael Stipe (REM), Amanda Palmer, Immortal Technique, Kimya Dawson, Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth), Hari Kondabolu, Billy Bragg, Pamela Means, Anti-Flag, Downtown Boys, The Coup, Anne Feeney, Oi Polloi, Dispatch, Dirty Projectors, Screaming Females, and Chumbawamba. She's currently the campaign director for Fight for the Future, the viral digital rights nonprofit behind the largest online protests in history. Evan writes regularly for The Guardian, Time, Newsweek, and HuffPost, has been a guest on Good Morning America and All Things Considered, and has been interviewed about her music activism by the New York Times, Rolling Stone, TIME Magazine, Pitchfork, NBC News, Billboard, the Wall Street Journal, Spin Magazine, CBS News, Washington Post, Democracy Now!, The Atlantic, The Nation, CNN, Mother Jones, and even Fox News.Evan’s website is evangreer.org and you can follow her on Twitter @evan_greer. Her new album “Spotify is Surveillance” is available at evangreer.bandcamp.com or wherever you prefer to stream or purchase music. Visit www.fightforthefuture.org to get involved in online activism with that great organization.Feel free to also try out Michael’s new FREE & without-tracking music streaming service at Bloopidy.com. He made it for himself, but shares his toys with others.Don’t forget to subscribe to THIS podcast so not to miss out on these conversations, especially as we're going to forego the weekly episode drop schedule and just start scheduling around our guests and current events. Until next time, you be you, and let’s please be good to each other. Cheers.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Salamone ep.136 with Jen Winston [podcast_subscribe id="23590"]Michael Salamone chats with Jen Winston, (aka @jenerous on Twitter & Instagram) a writer, creator, and bisexual social media influencer living in Brooklyn. She runs a feminist social platform with over 190,000 followers, which she started after the 2016 US election to share memes that helped her stay mad. The platform has since become a space dedicated to unlearning, where Jen documents her experiences around sexuality, systemic oppression, and self.Jen's first book, GREEDY: Notes from a Bisexual Who Wants Too Much, comes out this fall. GREEDY is a memoir that follows Jen’s attempts to make sense of herself as she explores the role of the male gaze, what it means to be “queer enough,” and how to overcome bi stereotypes when you’re the poster-child for all of them: greedy, slutty, and constantly confused. GREEDY shows us that being bi is about so much more than who you’re sleeping with—it’s about finding stability in a state of flux and defining yourself on your own terms. This book inspires us to rethink the world as we know it, reminding us that Greedy was a superpower all along.Pre-order Jen's book now at Simon & Schuster.Feel free to try out Michael’s new FREE & without-tracking music streaming service at Bloopidy.com.Don’t forget to subscribe to THIS podcast so not to miss out on these conversations. Until next time, you be you, and let’s please be good to each other. Cheers.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Salamone ep.135 with Ben Cohen [podcast_subscribe id="23590"]Michael Salamone chats with the Ben half of Ben & Jerry's, Ben Cohen, about his and Jerry Greenfield's new project, campaigntoendqualifiedimmunity.org.Qualified immunity is a ruling by the Supreme Court that requires lower court judges to ignore whether any laws were broken and dismiss the case, UNLESS another police officer had been found guilty previously in a similar situation, making it near impossible for any officer breaking the law to be found guilty the first time around to open the door to accountability.The Campaign to End Qualified Immunity is seeking Federal legislation to overturn the Supreme Court's ruling. Through their website, campaigntoendqualifiedimmunity.org you can sign up to be active in lobbying for changing this antiquated ruling with origins in protecting the KKK post-Civil-War.You can follow Ben Cohen on Twitter @YoBenCohen and support the work at campaigntoendqualifiedimmunity.org.Feel free to try out Michael’s new FREE & without-tracking music streaming service at Bloopidy.com.Don’t forget to subscribe to THIS podcast so not to miss out on these conversations. Until next time, you be you, and let’s please be good to each other. Cheers.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Salamone (the podcast) ep.134 with Isiah James [podcast_subscribe id="23590"]Michael Salamone chats with candidate for Congress in NY's 9th, Isiah James about the issues of the day. Mr. James is an Army veteran, housing advocate, activist and says he is running for Congress because "corporate greed has devastated our environment, put profit above basic human rights, and allowed us to be goaded into senseless wars for profit."Isiah says, "the people can rise up together to make a change and fight to strengthen our government by delivering our seats of power back to their rightful owners, the people. We do this by building a movement, by running for office, by supporting progressive candidates and by voting."Visit Isiah James online at https://www.isiahforcongress.com and follow him on all the major social media platforms @isiah4congress.Also, feel free to try out Michael’s new FREE & without-tracking music streaming service at Bloopidy.com.Don’t forget to subscribe to THIS podcast so not to miss out on these conversations. Until next time, you be you, and let’s please be good to each other. Cheers.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Salamone (the podcast) ep.133 with Malaika Jabali [podcast_subscribe id="23590"]Michael Salamone chats with Malaika Jabali, a public policy attorney, writer, and activist whose work has appeared in Essence, Teen Vogue, The New Republic, Vox, The Root, The Intercept, and The Guardian where she is a columnist. Her writing on race and politics has led to appearances on NPR, BBC Radio, The Michael Brooks Show, among others.We discuss a host of issues, including representation vs advocation.Follow Malaika on Twitter @MalaikaJabali and visit MalaikaJabali.com. Check out her documentary, LEFT OUT on YouTube.Try out Michael’s new FREE music streaming service at Bloopidy.com.Don’t forget to subscribe to THIS podcast so not to miss out on these conversations. Until next time, you be you, and let’s please be good to each other. Cheers.
Salamone (the podcast) ep.131 with Anoa Changa [podcast_subscribe id="23590"]Michael Salamone chats with friend, author, activist, journalist, mom and all-about-that-work champion Anoa Changa about the whirlwind of the first two weeks of 2021. From the GA elections, to the Capitol insurrection, to so much more, is it 2021 or 2020 won?Anoa Changa is an activist based in Atlanta, GA who was politically activated in West Virginia. As a podcaster and journalist, Anoa shines spotlight on grassroots organizers, candidates, movement spaces and more. Her podcast, The Way with Anoa is on Apple podcasts and all the major podcast purveyors. Subscribe at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-way-with-anoa/id1131078756 or on your favorite podcast platform. Just use your favorite web search engine to search "by Anoa Changa" and you can read, listen to and watch her important journalism.Follow Anoa on Twitter or Instagram @thewaywithanoaCheck out Michael's new FREE streaming music website at Bloopidy.com.Don't forget to subscribe to THIS podcast so not to miss out on these conversations. Until next time, you be you, and let's please be good to each other. Cheers.
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