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Resistance Radio

A weekly News and Politics podcast
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Frank Forencich is a biocentric guy trying to make a go of it in an anthropocentric culture. He's studied human biology, martial art, and traveled to Africa to experience the human ancestral environment. He's the author of several books about h
Paul Webb began his career at a famous zoo that specialized in captive breeding programs for rare species. After eight years left with the conviction that captive breeding has no role to play in the conservation of species or habitat. Worked fo
George Wuerthner is the former Ecological Projects Director for the Foundation for Deep Ecology. Currently he is the executive director of Public Lands Media. He is an ecologist and wildlands activist. He has published 38 books on environmental
Born in Hobart, Tasmania, Sean Rabin has worked as a cook, script reader, copy-editor, freelance journalist and librarian. He has lived in Ireland, Italy, London and New York, and now resides in Sydney, Australia. His debut novel Wood Green (Gi
Darcia Narvaez is Professor Emerita of Psychology at the University of Notre Dame (Indiana, USA). She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the American Educational Research Association and the American Association for the Adva
Michael Kellett is executive director of the New England nonprofit organization, RESTORE: The North Woods, which he co-founded in 1992. He has been involved in national park, wilderness, public land, and endangered species issues for more than
I've always been a nature lover. Living on Nantucket, the beloved, critically endangered North Atlantic Right Whales have been part of my life, as it is for all those who live on the island. I became aware in 2019, of a proposal to transform on
Bruce S. Post, a 1969 Norwich graduate, has worked for several members of the Vermont and other congressional delegations.  He was Chief of Staff for U.S. Rep. John B. Anderson during Anderson’s 1980 presidential campaign and also served as a r
Julia Barnes is an award winning documentary filmmaker. She is the director of Sea of Life and Bright Green Lies. Her current work focuses on opposing deep sea mining. 
Paul Webb began career at a famous zoo that specialised in captive breeding programs for rare species. After eight years left with the conviction that captive breeding has no role to play in the conservation of species or habitat. Worked for th
Paul Cienfuegos is a national leader in the Community Rights movement, which works to dismantle corporate constitutional so-called “rights” and assert the people's inherent right to govern themselves. He has been leading workshops across the US
Michael Webber is a motion picture producer/director who spent much of his early career producing scripted, theatrical films released by studios such as 20th Century Fox and Lionsgate. In 2010, Webber departed from the world of fiction films to
Frank Forencich is a biocentric guy trying to make a go of it in an anthropocentric culture. He's studied human biology, martial art, and traveled to Africa to experience the human ancestral environment. He's the author of several books about h
Genevieve Gluck is a feminist essayist and researcher who in recent years has primarily been looking at the influence of pornography on gender identity. She hosts the podcast Women’s Voices, and has written for Feminist Current and Graham Lineh
Tipakson Manpati is from northeast Thailand. She is a researcher on the Mekong River and its tributary environment.
Paul Johnson is a west-coast based independent filmmaker and broadcast journalist. He has been making films on many topics for more than two decades. He is a former White House reporter for Canadian television and Beijing correspondent. He is a
Carolyn Emms is a founding member of Rainforest Reserves Australia, based in Lake Barrine Far North Queensland, which she manages alongside a small group of passionate conservationists with different skill sets, including on-the-ground habitat
Julia Barnes is an award winning documentary filmmaker. She is the director of Sea of Life and Bright Green Lies. Her current work focuses on opposing deep sea mining. 
George Wuerthner is the former Ecological Projects Director for the Foundation for Deep Ecology. Currently he is the executive director of Public Lands Media. He is an ecologist and wildlands activist. He has published 38 books on environmental
 Annette Smith of Danby, Vermont has been working to stop inappropriate development and the destruction of the earth in Vermont since 1999 when she co-founded Vermonters for a Clean Environment to stop a gas power plant and pipeline project.  W
MICHAEL LEVITIN is a journalist and co-founding editor of The Occupied Wall Street Journal. He started as a reporter covering the Cochabamba Water War in 2000 for the English language newspaper Bolivian Times. He earned his master’s degree from
Robin Winkler was a commercial lawyer until 2001 when after having read some books, been diagnosed with a life threatening illness and time to reflect, flipped to the social and environmental justice side, gave up USA citizenship and founded Wi
Beth Lowe is a mother of two living in the Midwest.  She is a signatory to WDI’s Declaration on Women’s Sex Based Rights, a member of the TERF Collective, and a parent who is fed up with gender ideology and is fighting back against the damage t
Tony Povilitis is a wildlife biologist, conservation activist, and founder of Life Net Nature, a "mom and pop" nonprofit devoted to wildlife research, voluntarism, and advocacy. For more than a half century, Tony has witnessed ongoing destructi
Barbara Durkin of Massachusetts is a former VP of an international hair care company, a Realtor, a licensed  general contractor, & a small biz owner who vacations where offshore Cape Wind was proposed in 2001.  She was then solely concerned abo
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