The Eco Fem Enviro Show
Greetings Earthlings. On the eve of May Day & in the wake of Earth Day, and here where we never tire of reminding you to listen to your Mother, we’ll check-in with Alison Bailey and Chris Cuomo, authors of The Feminist Philosophy Reader.This is our last show starting at 6pm on WXOJ-lp. In two weeks we'll come on at 6:30pm following Free Speech Radio news, sooooo, make note! As usual, we catch-up on the dark exploits of the patriarchal Bush regime and checkout the Enviro Show Quote of the Week, but first it’s time for..... Revenge of the Critters! Lily the fish poisons jailer!
Then it's on to The Enviro Show Quote of the Week: “You know, what’s happening in Latin America, any aggression or provocation by President Bush improves the image and the acceptance of candidates to the presidency.” - Bolivian President Evo Morales. Looks like the Empire has lost South America to the Commies! Too bad they're soooo busy spreading their mess eastward that they've overlooked their southern flank. ;)
Then it’s time for that dreadful sound again! Glen, what’s the countdown? When will we no longer read Hundreds of scientists at EPA report political interference? Nick Kristoff’s NY Times column Our Favorite Planet takes a piece out of the boy emperor and his (ahem) climate plan. ALSO, we replay a piece in the New York Times in which Terry Tempest Williams takes on Big Oil right in Darth Cheney’s backyard!
Our Enviro Show Blog Bonus: ACT NOW to stop bear poaching!
Then “Cottonwood”by Andrea Bunch, from her “Numinous” album takes us to our interview with Alison Bailey and Chris Cuomo. Maybe we all can visualize a virtual maypole and get some serious pagan rites going in the studio!
Onto the Bus Stop Billboard!
Sunday, May 4, 2008, 2:00PM to 4:00PM. Clean Water Action’s 14th Annual
Party in the Springtime. Doyle Conservation Center, Leominster, MA, 464 Abbott Avenue (off Route 2). 413-584-9830.
Sunday, May 4: The Environmental Task Force of the Hampshire Interfaith Council will present the ninth update on Environmental Legislation in the Quaker Meeting House in Northampton (43 Center Street) at 7:00 pm. Legislators present will include State Representatives: Ellen Story Peter Kocot), and John Scibak, and State Senator Stan Rosenberg. This year's update will concentrate on Massachusetts's response to climate change, toxic chemicals, water and the Environmental Bond Bill.[and maybe Cape Wind??]
Sunday May 11 11:45 - 1:45; Women’s Congress for Peace presents the Annual
MOTHER’S DAY MARCH for PEACE & JUSTICE! Beginning at 11:30 meet at Bridge Street School, Route 9 Northampton. Noon: walk through dowtown Main Street with the your signs, banners, Song and puppets.1:00 Masonic Street speakout plus!
BIKE COMMUTE WEEK EVENTS:
Saturday 5/10 10 AM to Noon--Bike Rodeo at Jackson Street Elementary School
Saturday 5/10 Noon to 2 PM--Basic Bike Tune-up in Pulaski Park
Sunday 5/11 1PM to 2PM--Mother Earth Ride, Meets in Pulaski Park
Monday 5/12 7 PM (time?)--Film Screening, Forbes Library (A Sunday in Hell )
Wednesday 5/14 7AM to 10AM--Bike Breakfast, Courthouse Lawn
Wednesday 5/21 7PM--Ride of Silence (meeting place TBA)
Friday, May 16, Bike Commute Day in Amherst during Bike Commute Week
in the Pioneer Valley. Organized by MassHighway, in conjunction with the Town of Amherst and PVPC Call: 413-582-0554.
May 17 – 23; Mountain Justice Summer Camp. Harlan County, Kentucky
Our 2008 Mountain Justice Summer camp will be at the base of beautiful
Pine Mountain, with an old-growth forest and incredible hiking just
above the camp - plus live mountain music, great food, films, workshops
on coal mining and Appalachian culture, skills training, and plenty of
time for fun and relaxing.
That is all. End of story until May 13 at 6:30pm when we go all wormy on you with Dr. Lee Frelich. Until then remember: listen to your Mother! OK?