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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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Local Bias with Rabbi Andrea Cohen-Kiener

#177 --- Recorded September 17, 2018

Temple Israel's rabbi (right) talks about her faith, work, and life with host Marian Kelner (left).

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Democracy Here --- Episode 7

Recorded April 14, 2018

Speeches and interviews from this spring's Tax Rally on the town common, as well as music and poetry provided by Annie Hassett (not pictured).

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Local Bias with Randy Kehler

#169 --- Recorded December 11, 2017

Marian Kelner (right) kicks off her new guest hosting gig by interviewing this notable war tax resister.

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Anti-Racism Film Festival Sunday

May 19, 2016

We spoke with several organizers of the event, scheduled for this Sunday, May 22nd, at 1PM, at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church, about what they hope will come out of this community gathering and why it's so important.

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Wider World of Diversity --- Somewhere in the Middle?

Episode #4 --- Recorded December 14, 2015

Politics are really heating up, especially when it comes to the polarized views between right-wing Christian Americans and left-wing multi-culturalist Americans about what is happening with ISIL.  In tonight's episode, host EddySue Russell speaks to an average Greenfield resident who shares a different view.  EddySue hopes this controversial show will inspire people into sensibility and action because there are some dangerous ideas out there.

Local Bias with Eric Wasileski

#154 --- Recorded July 10, 2015

Guest host Marian Kelner speaks with local poet Eric Wasileski about his new book and his experiences as an Iraq War veteran.

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Celebrating with Song

December 18, 2014

The Amandla Chorus is about to debut a brand new song honoring this year's Nobel Peace Prize winner, Malala Yousafzai.

"Understanding the Gaza Crisis" Event Wednesday

Adapted from an Odyssey Bookshop press release:

A presentation and Q & A with Phyllis Bennis, author, activist, and fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), followed by an Arabic musical performance by Simon Shaheen, an internationally acclaimed virtuoso on the oud and violin will take place on Wednesday, August 13th, at 7pm, at the Odyssey Bookshop (9 College Street) in South Hadley.  Ticket sales and a portion of book sales will be donated to the Middle East Children’s Alliance, a nonprofit humanitarian aid organization.  Additional donations will also be welcome.

An Interview with Dennis Kucinich

December 28, 2012

The Congressman, and former presidential candidate, recently sat down with local videographer Carl Doerner to discuss nuclear weapons and presidential power.

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