Music, Culture, Arts and Entertainment 11-30-2020

Music, Culture, Arts and Entertainment 11-30-2020

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Digging in the Dirt with Kevin Gallagher

My guest on this Digging in the Dirt is the Executive Director of the Real Organic Project, Dave Chapman. We will be talking about The 2021 Virtual Symposium on Climate, organic farming and food, happening every Sunday this coming January from 3-5 pm EST!

Five sessions of Speakers including Al Gore, Bill McKibben, Vandana Shiva, Dan Barber, Alice Waters, Jean-Martin Fortier, Karen Washington, and many more!

Monday, November 30 at 5:00 PM.

Writer’s Voice with Francesca Rheannon

We talk with novelist Nicole Krauss about her acclaimed first collection of stories, “To Be A Man.”

But first, we talk with short-story writer Bryan Washington about his first novel: “Memorial.” He calls it a “gay slacker dramedy” but it’s really much more than that.

Monday, November 30 at 10:00 PM and archived.

First Voices Radio with Tiokasin Ghosthorse

Adele Vrana and Anasuya Sengupta, Co-Directors and Co-Founders of “Whose Knowledge?” Adele Vrana has led business development and partnerships initiatives to help build more plural and diverse communities in her native country of Brazil and globally. She is the former Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Wikimedia Foundation and a 2015 Erasmus Prize laureate on behalf of her work to expand access to Wikipedia in the Global South. Anasuya Sengupta has led initiatives in India and the USA, across the global South, and internationally for more than 20 years, to amplify marginalized voices in virtual and physical worlds. Anasuya is the former Chief Grant-making Officer at the Wikimedia Foundation, former Regional Program Director at the Global Fund for Women, and a 2017 Shuttleworth Foundation Fellow.

Next, Tash Terry of IndigenousWays and Indigie Femme. The birth of IndigenousWays came in 2007 as an Indigenous woman-empowered musical duo, with a goal to raise consciousness about Indigenous Wisdom and the Survival Imperative of Indigenous communities locally and worldwide. Indigie Femme has circled the globe, stirring audiences and gathering fans for more than a decade. Along the way, they’ve been 2017 Indigenous Music Award nominees. They are especially well known in the two-spirit world of Indigiqueer performance.

Tuesday, December 1 at 12:00 noon.

First Tuesday Rainy Day Radio with Richard Hill

8:30 PM — Dr. Jack Rasmus will discuss the economic challenges facing the country before and after the Biden/Harris administration takes office.
9:15 PM — Michael Dunham, host of “Real Music, Real Talk” will join Richard Hill for a frank conversation about race, racism, the end of the Trump era and the prospects for healing and systemic change with a Biden/Harris administration.
10:00 PM — Jazz Edge: classic and contemporary Hard Bop and beyond.

Tuesday, December 1

North Fork Works with Hazel Kahan

North Fork Works focuses on Cutchogue-based farmer Prudence Wickham Heston who describes what being part of her farming family’s history means to her, personally, philosophically and practically. Twelve generations have grown up since the first Wickham farm was established on the North Fork in 1680.

Wednesday, December 2 at 7:30 PM and archived.