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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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DC Walk 4 Recovery

DC Walk 4 Recovery

Watch the full video of the organization, D.C. Walk 4 Recovery, held a rally and walk to raise awareness of the still rising opioid epidemic. Held across from the Washington Monument and the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Organizing led by Rhonda L. Anderson. Featuring a speech by Sarah Ahern of Greenfield, MA.

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Democracy Here --- Episode 13

Recorded January 25, 2019

Maryelen Calderwood (left) & Doug Selwyn (right) discuss Doug's new book, All Children Are All Our Children, which explores what public education might look like if it was based on the title's premise.

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Democracy Here --- Episode 12

Recorded August 2018

Randy Kehler & Maryelen Calderwood share and discuss a video statement by Daniel Ellsberg (pictured), about his recent book The Doomsday Machine, and its relevance to today's political scene.

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People's Music Network Songs of Women's Suffrage

Back in March, members of the People's Music Network found a special way to celebrate Women's History Month.

Artist Profile: Alice Thomas

June 1, 2018

Starting today, the abstract painting of Alice Thomas will be on display in our 1st floor space.   In this short video, she shares what inspired her to create her new set of works, entitled Precarious.

People's Music Network 52 Individual Performances

At a recent gathering, various members of the People's Music Network showed off their talent by creating and sharing songs of freedom and struggle.

Local Bias with Karl Meyer

#172 --- Recorded March 5, 2018

This environmental journalist provides updates on the Turners Falls Hydroelectric Project and the Northfield Mountain Pumped Storage Project re-licensing that are before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).

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People's Music Network Mid-Season Concert 2017-2018

Recorded December 2, 2017

Ben Grosscup (not pictured) took on hosting duties this year, while a talented lineup of performers inspired the audience at First Churches in Northampton.   

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