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    Party Stains – A Weekly Update From Stronger Than Dirt

    Some FEATURED ARTISTS on this week’s  Stronger Than Dirt (Saturday, 8-10pm) CANADA DAY special include the Guess Who, David Clayton Thomas (Blood, Sweat & Tears) and the Bossmen, Pointed Sticks, Martha and the Muffins, Teenage Head, ‘B’ Girls, Cub, Les Sexareenos, New Pornographers, and the Flashing Lights, as well as the weekly Dusty Diamond. PICTURE SLEEVE […]

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    Bringing Light Into Darkness – Mon, June 21 @ 6pm

    When Progress Is at the Same Time a Lack of Progress: Celebrating Juneteenth by ‘Bringing Light’ to the History of the Different Forms and Methods that Systemic Racism Expresses Its Oppression. Juneteenth became a national holiday on Thursday June 17th, 2021. We dedicate this show to the drastically increasing wealth inequality we have witnessed since […]

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    Dress for Success Austin and the Mental Wellness Network Create Opportunities for Women’s Empowerment and Mental Wellness

    Interview with Mia Johns of Dress for Success Austin “What’s not to love about fashion and female empowerment?” asks Dress for Success Austin (DFSA) Executive Director Mia Johns in this conversation with In Touch Interviews. Dress for Success is a national network of local campuses, like the one in Austin, that empower women to achieve […]

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    Bringing Light Into Darkness – Mon, 6/14 @ 6pm

    What if the Hegemony of the US Dollar Essentially Allows the US to Dictate what International Law Is & Use Sanctions to Squash Dissent? Bringing Light Into Darkness guest Stan Smith – investigative journalist and publisher of the AFGJ Venezuela and ALBA Weekly News for the past seven years, whose primary focus has been on […]

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    Party Stains – A Weekly Update From Stronger Than Dirt

    Some FEATURED ARTISTS on this week’s  Stronger Than Dirt (Saturday, 8-10pm) include the Monks, Byrds, Glitter Band, Adam and the Ants, Standing Waves (Austin), Toy Dolls, Mystreated, Stereo Total, Cannibale, new music by the Guardian Singles (New Zealand), YORCHH (Spain), Silicone Prairie (Kansas City MO), Qlowski (London/Italy) and Freak Genes (UK), as well as the weekly […]

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    Boots on the Air – Mon 6/14 @ 1:30pm

    KOOP’s series Boots On The Air continues Monday, June 14 at 1:30pm Central / GMT -6. Join US Army vets Michael A. Brown and Perry Jefferies, and KOOP’s Greg Ciotti for veterans’ news and discussion. Plus, Professor Peter Feaver of Duke University on the matter of 140 retired flag officers violating the tradition of the […]

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    Bringing Light Into Darkness – Mon, Jun 7 @ 6PM

    Syria & US Foreign Policy: Decimating a Number of Fabricated Myths that Promote False Understandings & Lack of Accountablity. You Be the Judge! Bringing Light Into Darkness guest Dan Kovalik – lawyer, author expert on international human right recently returned from a delegation visit to Syria from May 22- May 29, 2021. This period covered […]

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    Party Stains – A Weekly Update From Stronger Than Dirt

    Some FEATURED ARTISTS on this week’s  Stronger Than Dirt (Saturday, 8-10pm) include Brian Eno, Television Personalities, the Jam, Liliput, Trio, Bongwater, Harlem (Austin), La Luz, new music by Guardian Singles (New Zealand), S:Bahn (Australia), Set-Top Box (Australia) and Dragnet (Australia), as well as the weekly Dusty Diamond. PICTURE SLEEVE OF THE WEEK: Pufftube (also Puff Tube) […]

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    Bringing Light Into Darkness – Mon 5/31 @ 6PM

    Deconstructing Venezuela and US Relations: Who is the Real Bully that Inhibits Democracy in Venezuela? UN Special Rapporteur Alena Douhan Report on Human Rights on the Impact on Unilateral Coercive Measures on Venezuela following her 2/1- 2/12/21 visit is reviewed. It called for an immediate end to the US and Allied sanctions on Venezuela. The […]

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    Bringing Light Into Darkness, 5/24 @ 6PM

    On the 96th Birthday of Malcolm X guest Dr William Darity economist and clearly one of our country’s leading authorities on black studies and systemic racism returns to Bringing Light Into Darkness to discuss Malcolm X and Nat Turner. Today the average black family has $840k less wealth than the average white family. Systemic racism […]