Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Land Rights and Human Rights on Trial: Turning the Tables on Genocide and Ecocide
The Case of the Ahousaht People, Weyerhauser, and the United Church of Canada
A First hand Account and Dialogue with Rev. Kevin Annett
With respondents Quisia Gonzalez and Teckla Negga Melchior
Saturday, January 18, 2014
1-3 PM at the Chapel of Peace Community Church, 40 East 35 St., New York, NY 10016
A common law court is convening in 2014 on Canada’s west coast to place in the docket a corporation, a church and a government that are equally responsible for the destruction of indigenous people and their forests.
December 23-25, 2013 — Susan Rice’s failed state
President Obama’s national security adviser Susan Rice, more than anyone else, is responsible for the creation of the Republic of South Sudan, a barely-viable country peeled away from the Republic of Sudan. For decades, mainly Christian and animist black Africans in southern Sudan waged a bitter civil war against the mainly Arab and Muslim north. [READ MORE...]
Nuland, Kagan, Soros, Sharp crowd rally around Ukrainian protesters and the “Euromaidan Maiden,” the lady with the “bagel” on her head, Yulia Tymoshenko.
December 12-13, 2013 — Neocons target Ukraine in “Orange Crush”
The neocons are still alive and active as ever inside Secretary of State John Kerry’s State Department. [READ MORE...]
[READ MORE...]Kevin Annett: Pope Bergoglio flaunts UN deadline on child trafficking as 30 child skeletons discovered at B.C. native residential schoolVANCOUVER, BC – In an interview today with Alfred Lambremont Webre, Kevin Annett, field secretary of the International Tribunal for Crimes of Church and State discusses how Pope Bergoglio is using the basic methods recommended by Machiavelli in flaunting a UN-imposed deadline for revealing Vatican-controlled data on child trafficking and tightening up rules covering up child abuse in the Catholic Church just as 30 skeletons of children are discovered in a mass grave on the grounds of a United Church residential school for native children in Port Alberni, B.C.
KCAA Radio Presents Co-Hosts
Roseanne Barr and Kathleen Wells
Sunday December 15, 2013
2:00pm Eastern 11:00am Pacific 9:00am Hawaii
Award-winning writer, public speaker, and visual artist of Anishinaabe/Cherokee heritage
Connect with Christine Stark
By Christine Stark
with an introduction by Anya Achtenberg
Nickels follows a biracial girl named Little Miss So and So from age 4 into adulthood. Told in a series of prose poems, Nickels’ lyrical and inventive language conveys the dissociative states born of a world formed by persistent and brutal incest and homophobia. [READ MORE...]
Christine Stark is an award-winning writer, public speaker, and visual artist of Anishinaabe/Cherokee heritage. Her essays and poetry have appeared in numerous anthologies and periodicals, including University of Pennsylvania Law Review; Prostitution, Trafficking, and Trauma; and The Chalk Circle: Prize-Winning Intercultural Essays. [READ MORE...]