Oct 27, 2012
We talk to Sampson Wolfe of the Muscogee nation working with The Leonard Peltier Defense Offense Committee. LPDOC is the hub of communication between Leonard Peltier and his program coordinators, the general public, government officials, political and tribal leaders, the media, and his supporters worldwide. See http://www.whoisleonardpeltier.info/. We
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Next we feature live music of Melted State. Visit their fan page at https://www.facebook.com/meltedstate. Melted State was officially formed in the Autumn of 2009. Composed of four lifelong friends who share an immense passion for playing music the band has become known for their uniquely electrifying live performances and an entertainment style that continues to ignite audiences. Their dynamic sound draws from many influences ranging from 'Jimi Hendrix' to 'Stevie Wonder', all the way to 'Tool.'
Oct 20, 2012
We talk to Jas Leverette of California Canine Solutions (http://calik9.com). Jas has over 15 years of experience and has worked with hundreds of family, sport, show, service and law enforcement K9s. He can recognize drive, temperament and disposition in large, medium and small breeds and truly optimize a dog’s potential. He is currently teaching private and group classes in San Jose, Fremont, Oakland and San Francisco. He has a passion for his work and can temper even the most difficult dog. Jas is a certified schutzhund helper and owns a German Shepherd and a Belgian Malinois. Jas Leverette has worked with law enforcement canines for the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Department, Monterey Police Department, Marina Police Department, California Department of Corrections, Auburn (WA) Police Department and private security companies. We also talk to CaliK9 trainer Steve and Jas's canine Echo.
Next, we get a field update from Dr. Brandon Southall of SEA, Inc. on the Southern California Behavioral Response Study SOCAL BRS, http://sea-inc.net/socal-brs/. They recently got the only known recording of a Bairds’ Beaked Whale.
Oct 13, 2012
Guest host and singer/songwriter Ruth Copland visited Monterey Summer of Love Festival 45 years later and shares her interviews with us. It was a wonderful afternoon and evening of good vibrations and great music from the 60's. Ruth talks to Sam Andrews of Big Brother and the Holding Company, one of the headliners of the famous concert in 1967 and in 2012.
We talk to David Traub about UnityFor.Org. In his business life David has enjoyed 25+-years of experience as a venture catalyst; a business and economic development executive, investor and/or board member/advisor to over 35 startup, early stage and multi-national and government entities; an executive producer of multiple commercial digital media products and content for the major record labels; and as a philanthropist. He has initiated due diligence upon and co-raised and deployed more than $30 million for 20 ventures, with non-profit, education and sustainable-centric entities an increasingly large percentage of his current portfolio. In addition to Unityfor.org, David's other non-profit activities include an educational fellowship with the philanthropic venture entity www.fullcirclefund.org, and a production contribution to the Green Inaugural Ball, Washington DC, January 19th, Al Gore presiding.
Oct 6, 2012
We talk to Ocean Robbins, cofounder and CEO of the 30,000 member Food Revolution Network, adjunct professor in Chapman University’s Peace Studies Department, and author of The Power of Partnership. He founded Youth for Environmental Sanity (YES!) at age 16, and directed the organization for 20 years. Ocean has spoken in person to more than 200,000 people and facilitated hundreds of gatherings for leaders from 65+ nations. He is a recipient of the Freedom's Flame Award and the national Jefferson Award for Outstanding Public Service.Ocean is the father special needs twins born in 2001. Learn more at oceanrobbins.com and http://foodrevolution.org.
The second hour we continue our talks on humane treatment of animals with JP Novic, director of CAPE, Center for Animal Protection and Education (http://www.capeanimals.org/). Ukulele musician Wendy Treat sings about her chickens and her love for them.