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Moving Forward - 06.04.18

Today on Moving Forward we conclude our series called The Conversation We Need To Have with Mike Sliwa.

Moving Forward - 05.07.18

Today is part one of our two part series called The Conversation We Need To Have.
This is a 2013 talk from Uhuru Solidarity Chairman Omali Yeshitela.  
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Moving Forward - 04.02.18

Today on Moving Forward we will be listening to an interview on Extinction Radio between Rob, William Hawes, and Mike Ferrigan.  For more information on Extinction Radio please go to
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Moving Forward - 03.05.18

Rob talks about his life changing events, what his life in Florida was like, the Parkland Shooting, and the West Virginia teacher’s strike.

Moving Forward - 02.06.18

Today we will be joined by Dr. Lori Handrahan to discuss America's epidemic in child rape and sexual abuse, and how we move forward in confronting this epidemic.
Dr. Lori Handrahan has over twenty years of humanitarian and human rights work in Central Asia, Africa, and the Balkans.  Her focus is gender-based violence, conflict/post-conflict environments, United Nations reform, and ending child sex abuse.  She was the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees first Gender Expert in emergency operations during the Darfur genocide, UNHCR's Regional Gender Advisor in The Balkans, CARE's Girls' Leadership Assessment lead evaluator in Yemen, the United Nations Population Fund's Gender-Based Violence Information Management System lead evaluator in Uganda, and OCHA's sole evaluator on their agency-wide gender review.  Dr. Handrahan completed her Ph.D. at London School of Economics.  Her work is published widely from academic journals to The New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, Huffington Post, The Washington Times, Forbes, The National Journal, The Daily Beast, and Fox News.  She has been a guest on CNN, Fox News, CTV, and CCTV.  Her website is
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Moving Forward - 01.22.18

Today we are going to be discussing the Rise and Decline of the United States, and how to move forward in a declining empire with Alfred McCoy.
Alfred McCoy is a Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  He earned his Ph.D. in Southeast Asian history at Yale.  He is an award-winning author of several books including the classic book, The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia.
In 2012, the Yale Graduate School Alumni association awarded McCoy with the Wilbur Cross Medal which is presented to a small number of outstanding alumni to recognize distinguished achievements in scholarship, teaching, academic administration, and public service.  That same year the University of Wisconsin-Madison awarded McCoy the Hilldale Award for Arts & Humanities.
His articles have appeared in The Nation, TomDispatch, and The Guardian.
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Moving Forward - 01.09.18

Today we are going to be discussing Capitalism and it's impacts with
William Hawes and Paul Street.

William Hawes is a writer specializing in politics and environmental
issues. He is author of the ebook Planetary Vision: Essays on Freedom
and Empire. His articles have appeared online at CounterPunch, Global
Research, Countercurrents(.org), Gods & Radicals, Dissident Voice, The
Ecologist, and many more. You can email him at
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Paul Street is an independent radical-democratic policy researcher,
journalist, historian, author and speaker based in Iowa City, Iowa,
and Chicago, Illinois.  He is the author of 7 books.  His latest book
is titled They Rule: The 1% v. Democracy.  Paul’s writings have been
featured in all of the major progressive media outlets such as:
CounterPunch, Truth Dig, TruthOut, Black Agenda Report, Common Dreams,
Global Research, Z Communications and many more.

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Moving Forward - 12.11.17

Today Rob gives an update on what's going on in his world and how he's trying to move forward.


Moving Forward - 12.04.17

Vince Emanuele talks about the importance of organizational vision and structure.  He also dives into things that work and do not work for organizing.  This clip is from his show on The Progressive Radio Network titled Meditations and Molotovs which airs every Monday at 2:00 pm eastern time.
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Moving Forward - 11.20.17

Rob is joined by the Editor of the Pan African Newswire, Abayomi Azikiwe to continue their discussion on Detroit, and also to talk about the military takeover in Zimbabwe.