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Maria Gilardin learned radio in the KPFA news department in 1980 and was one of the founders of the women’s department. She co-wrote the GATT Guide for the Earth Summit in Rio, was founding producer of the national weekly public-affairs show Making Contact, and is a member of the International Forum on Globalization. Since 1993, Maria has written and produced radio on global trade and great ideas of local resistance to globalization.
While living for over 20 years in an artist coop in San Francisco I participated in the building’s gallery and theater events. Now that I moved to the country I’m organizing my own art shows. The images and events are just another expression of what I do with radio.
Now living off grid in my straw bale house home. I am 8 miles from the nearest town on a three mile dirt road. There is no water, electricity or other utility. We are collecting rainwater, pumping drinking water from a spring 2 miles away and are using an outhouse. “Out” is over 200 feet away – a long way when it snows!
Michael Parenti is among the nation’s best informed progressive speakers. He received his Ph.D. in political science from Yale University in 1962 and has taught at colleges in the US and abroad. He lectures around the country and discusses the problems of American democracy, US foreign policy, and the invented reality of the media.
His books include The Face of Imperialism, God and His Demons, Against Empire, History as Mystery, Superpatriotism, The Culture Struggle and the Assassination of Julius Caesar.