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Nocturnal Transmissions // An interview with Steve Knopper

Nocturnal Transmissions // An interview with Steve Knopper

On this episode of Nocturnal Transmissions, DJ Crymetyme conducts an interview with Steve Knopper, Billboard editor at large, former Rolling Stone contributing editor and author of Appetite for Self-Destruction: The Spectacular Crash of the Record Industry in the...

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Mass Liberation Radio // In Conversation with Reno City Councilwoman, Jenny Brekhus

Mass Liberation Radio // In Conversation with Reno City Councilwoman, Jenny Brekhus

This week on Mass Liberation radio Lily, Kailey & Nathaniel are joined by Reno City Council woman, Jenny Brekhus of Ward 1. They asked her questions about the homeless/houseless population in Reno, former Reno City Manager and Police Chief Jason Soto, the new Reno City Manager and their role, Miciah Lee, District Attorney Chris Hicks, and police investigations.

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KiRadio // An Interview with Krhema

KiRadio // An Interview with Krhema

Kiki catches up with Krystal Wharton aka Krhema a self taught artist living in South Korea. :lower_left_paintbrush: They chat about living life in two different countries during a pandemic and civil right uprising! Krhema also created some new art for KiRadio!

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This Is Reno Radio Show & Podcast

This Is Reno Radio Show & Podcast

This Is Reno Radio Show & PodcastThis Is Reno is your source for daily Reno news and events for Reno, Sparks, the Truckee Meadows and beyond. They were founded in 2009 and are locally owned and operated. We are excited to collaborate with them on the This Is...

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Soft Power Radio // Minden Protest

Soft Power Radio // Minden Protest

On this episode of Soft Power Radio, we speak with Engageante Jackson, Ne’Jae Jackson, and Jerome Silas – organizers with Black Lives Matter Carson City and the Power and Liberation Movement. This past Saturday, August 8th, Engageante, Na’Jea and Jerome organized and led a protest-turned-march (they marched out of safety concerns, as they had been surrounded by an armed mob) in Minden in response to the Douglas County Sheriff’s publicly threatening to refuse police protection to anyone in support of BLM. He made good on his threat, as a very small group of peaceful protestors were violently antagonized, assaulted and chased out of town by armed, hateful, and aggressive locals. The police were busy fist-bumping an enormous crowd – easily over 1000 – of so-called counter protestors and completely neglected their duty to protect citizens of and visitors to their ‘welcoming’ community. Photo Credit: Lucia Starbuck + Ty O’Neil / This Is Reno

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Mass Liberation Radio with Nathaniel, Lily & Kailey

Mass Liberation Radio with Nathaniel, Lily & Kailey

Today’s episode is a brief update on the 2nd special session, discussing the “HOPE” (Homeless Outreach Prevention Engagement) unit of Sparks PD, Douglas County Sheriff’s office shenanigans and Saturday protest at his office. They are joined in the second half by the founder of Mass Liberation, Leslie Turner, to talk about our group’s history and transformative movement to reverse mass incarceration in Nevada and liberate ourselves from systems that harm us all.

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Soft Power Radio // Corona International

Soft Power Radio // Corona International

Soft Power Radio travels around the world (virtually, of course) to talk about life during Coronavirus. Eric – in Japan – Toni – in Mexico – Esther – in Germany – and Marta – in England – tell us what the past few months have been like for them and how their respective countries have been dealing (and failing to deal) with the reality of the pandemic.

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Mass Liberation Radio with Nathaniel & Lily // EP3

Mass Liberation Radio with Nathaniel & Lily // EP3

On this episode of Mass Liberation Radio, local organizers Nathaniel & Lily are joined by Edward Coleman who wrote an opt ed for This Is Reno called “A plan to defund”. They discuss Reno City Councils proposed police budget and the agenda for the city council meeting on July 22nd, 2020. At the end of the episode continue the conversation on the 31st (2020) Special Session of the Nevada Legislature.

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