Leftism: December 30, 2013

 

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 involving labor politics and leftism.

Hunting & Fishing: December 16th, 2013

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This week on Blunt we are talking about hunting and fishing laws, the opposition to hunting, and a program called Hunters For The Hungry.

We’ll be talking with David Trahan from Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, Jason Hall from Hunters for the Hungry, Lucy Van Hook from Maine Fishermen’s Association, and John Ford a former Maine warden.

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Sex Ed: December 2nd, 2013

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Most of us have gone through it, but what good does sex ed in school really do? Is there anything there that is really new information to kids? And with the advent of the internet and information at our fingertips, what is the place of sex ed in the future?

We’ll be joined by Lauren Grousd from Planned Parenthood of Northern New England and Robin Mandell, Volunteer Executive Director at Scarleteen, a web-based sex ed resource for teens.