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Please help support this Program @ www.OpenandClear.com & www.Patreeon.com/RevDev --------- While eons of generations have transformed the continuity of language, lifestyle and superstitions. The commonly referred to practice of Hooponopono has been restored to it's original state, created over 200 thousand years ago on the content of Mu. The commonly known practice has lost two additional stages of perceptual shifting and even the "I Trust You" in it's simple steps. Rev.Devan Byrne has rece ...
 
The United States of Anxiety is a show about the unfinished business of our history, and its grip on our future. Each week, host Kai Wright invites listeners to gather for intimate conversations and deeply reported stories about the choices we’ve made as a society -- and the new choices we can imagine now. We’re learning from our past, meeting our neighbors, and sharing the joy (and the work!) of living in a plural society. Our inbox is also open for your voice memos—send them to anxiety@wny ...
 
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History suggests we shouldn’t laugh off what’s happening in right wing media right now. Plus, profiting off of racism is a business model as old as the news. Nicole Hemmer, an associate research scholar at Columbia University and author of Messengers of the Right: Conservative Media and the Transformation of American Politics, explains how right wi…
 
The answer isn’t simple, but it’s time to ask. Listeners weigh in with stories of their own efforts to solve problems with and without cops. Community organizer and educator Lumumba Akinwole-Bandele joins callers as we reimagine a world without policing, and shares his own stories from decades of police reform activism in New York City. Plus, Dr. J…
 
Episode 65: Josh Williamson's Batman/Superman Join Connor-El & Rey-Zod, with very special creator guest, Josh Williamson as the Last Sons learn more about Josh's comic fandom, in the biz at DC, .... and his thoroughly enjoyable series Batman / Superman! SHOW NOTES: Batman/Superman by Josh Williamson Josh Williamson on Twitter Josh Williamson's, 'Ro…
 
A retired NYPD detective says the force’s stubborn, insular culture was built to last. And Elie Mystal explains a 1989 Supreme Court ruling that made killing “reasonable.” Armed with the lessons from a 20-year-long career in law enforcement, retired NYPD Detective Marq Claxton talks about the police mindset and how a badge never shielded him from t…
 
Episode 64: Future State Finale Join Connor-El & Rey-Zod, with special guest Adam as they cover the last Superman issues of Future State, House of El #1 and Superman vs Imperious Lex #3! Also we are now on Patreon make sure to check it out!! SHOW NOTES: Our Patreon! Have a look! Adam on Twitter Superman & The Authority by Grant Morrison House of El…
 
How did Americans come to think so poorly of government? And how did Joe Biden come to be the first modern president who’s even tried to change our minds? Kai talks with three change-makers about the role of government in our lives. Activist Mari Copeny a.k.a. “Little Miss Flint” recounts how a letter that she sent as an elementary school student b…
 
A gun-toting Black Power advocate was made principal of a Marin County, California school during efforts to desegregate 50 years ago. As they try again, we recount his radical legacy. As the Sausalito Marin City School District continues to grapple with school desegregation, Reporter Marianne McCune brings us the sequel -- and the prequel -- to “Tw…
 
Episode 63: Justice League Secret Origins In this episode Connor-El is joined again by guests Tyler (Superman Blue) and James (Superman Red) from the Krypton Report to discuss the first arc of the animated Justice League series! Plus a review of the Snyder Cut by Connor-El in the first 20 minutes of the show! SHOW NOTES: Krypton Report Gene Luen Ya…
 
Andrew Cuomo’s just the latest. Why is masculinity so often conflated with domination? And how do we separate the two? Kai turns to a historian and to a novelist for answers. Linda Hirschman, author of Reckoning: The Epic Battle Against Sexual Abuse and Harassment, tells the story of how a small group of women in a room in Ithaca, New York, came up…
 
We’ve been here before: A time of national stress, Asian Americans made into scapegoats, and violence follows. The community saw it coming. So why didn’t everybody else? A mass shooting in Atlanta follows a year of warnings from Asian Americans who have said they do not feel safe. But the violence has forced to the surface old questions about where…
 
More than half a million Americans - our family, friends, neighbors, loved ones - have lost their lives to the virus over the past year and our collective grief continues to compound, but communities have come together in remarkable ways to take care of themselves. Grammy-winning singer and songwriter Gregory Porter checks in with us on the first a…
 
Episode 62: Superman & Lois - Pilot Episode Join Connor-El, Rey-Zod for their commentary of the first episode of Superman and Lois! Get the episode up and settle in with a bev! Proud Member of The Collective The music for this episode contains excerpts from various songs and is copyrighted by Styzmask. The music used on Last Sons of Krypton - A Sup…
 
When you're on a bicycle at a red light with no car or pedestrian in sight, do you still wait for the green? Do you obey every single law? Surely fearful compliance with every niggling regulation defies the much-vaunted "freedom" that is the premise of democracy. Maybe that’s what drives our fascination with film and fiction criminality: we envy re…
 
As Amazon workers conclude a historic unionization drive, we consider the history of collective action -- and the struggle to shield our humanity from the demands of productivity. Labor journalist and Type Media Center reporting fellow Sarah Jaffe breaks down the history of workplace organizing at Amazon and in the Black South. And she talks about …
 
On December 4th of 1969, Fred Hampton -- the 21-year-old chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party -- was shot dead in his sleep during a raid by Chicago police, but decades of investigation into his death revealed an even more insidious plot. Actor Daniel Kaluuya -- known for his roles in “Get Out” and “Queen & Slim” -- portrays Hampton in the …
 
A cop in Westchester, NY, was disturbed by what he saw as corruption. He started recording his colleagues -- and revealed how we’re all still living with the excess of the war on drugs. Following months of investigation into allegations of police corruption in Mount Vernon, reporter George Joseph of WNYC’s Race & Justice Unit brings us a story abou…
 
Episode 61: Superman Future State Part 2 Join Connor-El, Rey-Zod and special returning guest Adam (from @TalkingSuperman) as they resume their Future State coverage with issue 2 of every Superman-family related title! SHOW NOTES: Adam's Twitter Superman of Metropolis Superman Worlds of War Justice League Superman/Wonder Woman Kara Zor-El Superwoman…
 
If you've been enjoying our deep dive festival sessions you might want to check out bite sized conundrums in Little Bad Thing, the new podcast from The Ethics Centre. True stories about the things we wish we hadn’t done. Smart, dark, wry, and surprising, this is a show for anyone who’s made a big decision or regretted a small one. Search for Little…
 
Our Future of Black History series concludes with conversations about self-expression. Because when you carry a collective history in your identity, it can be hard to find yourself. We reflect on the life, language and legacy of renowned writer Zora Neale Hurston with Bernice McFadden, a novelist and contributor to the new anthology, Four Hundred S…
 
People are excited to replace Andrew Jackson’s face with an abolitionist hero. But Brittney Cooper argues not all honorifics are the same. The Biden Treasury Department has announced that efforts to put abolitionist Harriet Tubman’s portrait -- in place of President Andrew Jackson -- on the face of the twenty dollar bill will resume. It represents …
 
Episode 60: Superman Future State Join Connor-El and Rey-Zod as they cover the first issues of every Superman related Future State! (at the time of recording) Some real gold here don't miss it! SHOW NOTES: Superman of Metropolis Superman: Worlds of War Superman/Wonder Woman Justice League Superwoman, Kara Zor-El Batman/Superman Superman vs Imperiou…
 
The Senate’s trial and acquittal of Donald Trump left many with mixed emotions. But did it move us any closer to a reckoning with the worst of America’s political culture? Pulitzer Prize-winning historian David Blight returns to the show to help Kai put the trial in historical context. Blight has warned that the former president is trying to create…
 
Cultural historian Saidiya Hartman introduces Kai to the young women whose radical lives were obscured by respectability politics, in the second installment of our Future of Black History series. The MacArthur fellow is the author of “Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: Intimate Histories of Riotous Black Girls, Troublesome Women, and Queer Radic…
 
We’ve got complicated relationships with this annual celebration -- from joy to frustration. So to launch our Future of Black History series, we ask how it began and what it can be. Producer Veralyn Williams invites us into a lively conversation about her annual Black History Month parties -- before COVID-19 social distancing was imposed -- with so…
 
Episode 59 - Scarlet Salvation Rey Zod edges closer to utter galactic domination with a solo effort to discuss his own choice of Superman adventure - Action Comics #713! Penned by one of the greats, Rey wastes no time in basking in the glory of a solo mic....Conor-El better come back soon, lest the world bends it's knee......TO ZOD! SHOW NOTES: Man…
 
Kai checks in with poet Jericho Brown, historian Kidada Williams, and listeners as we all try to transition out of the Trump presidency. Jericho Brown, recipient of the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for poetry, reads his new work ‘Inaugural,’ and reflects upon the power of our words - political rhetoric and prose alike - to strengthen communities. Professor …
 
Historian Timothy Snyder offers lessons on what could happen if those who enabled the attack on our democracy don’t face consequences. President Biden was just inaugurated and many Americans are eager to turn the page into a new era. But many are still processing the January 7th U.S. Capitol riot. In this segment from our colleagues at The Brian Le…
 
And what MLK’s uniquely Black theology can teach us about the relationship between faith and politics in 2021. Rev. Dr. Yolanda Pierce, dean of the Howard University School of Divinity and author of the forthcoming book “In My Grandmother's House: Black Women, Faith, and the Stories We Inherit,” walks Kai through the history of the Black Church and…
 
January 6, 2021, offered a hyper-condensed version of our country’s entire political history--with all of its complexity, inspiration, and terror. In a special national radio broadcast of our show, we walk through a day that began with the historic election of a Black man and ended with a horrifying insurrection led by white nationalists. Newly ele…
 
An odd racial pecking order puts Indian Americans in a curious place -- outside of whiteness, but distinct from other people of color. How’d that come to be? And is it changing? We explore these questions by revisiting a story from Arun Venugopal, senior reporter with WNYC’s Race & Justice Unit, about how a Kansan community grappled with one of the…
 
What does the future hold? A reign of world peace with stunning medical breakthroughs conquering death, illness and disease? Or a world where human beings have destroyed the web of living things and put our own existence at risk by playing with science we don’t fully understand? Must we think in terms of these extremes to create a positive future o…
 
A first draft of history for 2020, told through three very personal efforts to find -- and keep -- human connection amid a pandemic. We hear from 13-year-old Adiva Kaisary about how 2020 has complicated her relationships with her school friends and new neighborhood. Producer Veralyn Williams brings us a story from WNYC’s own reporter Cindy Rodrigue…
 
More than anything in New England, religion reigned supreme. However, with the fall of the New England colonies and the formation of the Dominion of New England religious changes would be ushered in. For a colony that has such foundational ties with Puritanism, these changes are going to widely despised and resisted by the colonists.…
 
Episode 58 - HOLIDAY SPECIAL: Superman & Santa vs Toyman! Join the last sons for their 3rd holiday special, and yes its another Santa team up! *DISCLAIMER* Don't listen with the young uns! We also cover the wave of new Superman comic content coming out in the new year! SHOW NOTES: The issue DC Future State title list (courtesy of The Aspiring Krypt…
 
Segregationists gamed the system 57 years ago. But this year, Black organizers may have finally slipped the knot that Jim Crow tied around democracy in the state. Ari Berman, senior reporter at Mother Jones and author of “Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America” (2016), joins us to explain the history of runoff election…
 
Episode 57: Current Batman/Superman catch up! Connor-El is back and the Last Sons catch up on Joshua Williamson's great Batman/Superman run, join them as they discuss the world's finest in issues 8-14 + Annual 1! Show notes: The run Phil's new Daredevil Podcast Josies Bar Daredevil Podcast! Roy Thomas Fortress of Solitude issue Hoechlin Superman pi…
 
Two Black physicians describe the racist history the medical world carries into the COVID-19 vaccine rollout -- and answer listeners’ questions about why we should still get vaccinated. A recent Pew Research Center survey, among others, revealed that Black Americans are by far the most likely to know someone who’s been hospitalized or killed by COV…
 
With the old charter gone a new day had begun in New England. This week we explore the changes made in the new Dominion of New England. These changes were absolutely despised by the colonists who, in short order, came to equally loathe the new governor of the Dominion of New England, Edmund Andros.Door Allen Ayers
 
The HIV epidemic is nearly 40 years old. So what can we learn from that pandemic, as we approach a year of living with COVID-19? When COVID-19 overwhelmed New York City this spring, our executive producer Karen Frillmann was reminded of life in this city in the 1980s. She reached back into the far corners of a closet in her apartment, and dug out a…
 
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