Join hosts Lucy Tabb and Gaby Ferrell as they discuss the difficult topic of prisons in Maine and the USA, commercialization, privatization, and more. Guests: Joseph Jackson is the Assistant Coordinator for the Maine Prisoners Advocacy Coalition Grainne Dunne is the Justice Coordinator for for ACLU Maine Mark Dion is a Democratic Legislator for Portland and … Continue reading
Tune in Monday, February 24th as hosts, Trenton Johnson and Clare Kenny, discuss the string of demonstrations and protests taking off throughout the Middle East. We will be speaking with Ali Abdullatif, Professor and chair of the Department of Political Science at University of New England and Haleh Esfandiari, director of the Middle East Program at the … Continue reading
Join us this week with hosts Isaac High and Lucy Tabb as they discuss Native American Rights in Maine and nationally. Joining them are John Echohawk the executive director of the Native American Rights Fund and Esther Attean the Co – Director of the Maine Wabanaki REACH organization. With an interview by Hiroki Tokumaru with … Continue reading
Tune in Monday, February 3rd as hosts, Grace Callahan and Henry Jones, discuss our deep seated fears, phobias and anxieties. We will be speaking with Patrice Lockhart, Medical Doctor specializing in psychiatry and Tamar E. Chansky, PhD, a licensed psychologist.
This week on Blunt we are talking about “Definition of Beauty.” We’ll be talking with Lyn Brown who founded Hardy girls Healthy women, Julia Bluhm who together with her friend Izzy Labbe challenged seventeen magazine about photoshopping their images of girls
This week on Blunt we are talking about “Romanticizing Poverty”. What does it mean to be poor? We will be discussing poverty. We’ll be talking with Kevin Simowitz who is the organizing director at the Maine People’s alliance, Amy Gallant who is an advocacy coordinator as the Preble Street Teen Center
This week on Blunt we are talking about “Studying Abroad”. We will be taking a look at studying abroad, an experience that runs deeper than just learning how to say “hello” in another language. We’ll be talking with Faith Morse who has experience as a host family, Isabella Fredrick a senior at south Portland high school, Jennifer … Continue reading
This week on Blunt Youth Radio, we explored leftism and labor politics, internationally and in America, both contemporary and through history. We spoke with Nathan Goodman of the Center for a Stateless Society, Drew Joy of Southern Maine Workers’ Center and Jason Remes, assistant professor at SUNY Empire State College and writer on topics … Continue reading