Tell Somebody
A weekly public affairs program on KKFI-FM 90.1, Kansas City community radio.
March Against Monsanto

On May 25, 2013, 2 million people in over 50 countries put on over 400 anti-Monsanto events.  The May 28 edition of Tell Somebody covered the March Against Monsanto event in Kansas City where a crowd of a couple hundred folks holding signs steadily built up, by some reports, at JC Nichols fountain to over 2,000 particpants. 

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Devil's Tango - Cecile Pineda on Fukushima

On the May 21, 2013 edition of Tell Somebody, hear Cecile Pineda, author of Devil's Tango - How I Learned the Fukushima Step by Step.  

"An astonishing anatomy of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster..." John Nichols

"Pineda's masterful framing of the urgency for readers to learn from the Japanese nuclear disaster and the machinations of its industry handlers makes Devil's Tango one of the most important and required reads this year...." Jeff Biggers, Huffington Post

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RALLY for Independence from Corporations!!

The facebook event page for a KC MoveToAmend rally said "127 Years ago, on May 10, 1886, corporations began to finagle constitutional rights through the US Supreme Court. THAT was just the beginning! This year, on the 127th "birthday" of corporate persons, Kansas City Move to Amend will join activists all over the nation with a rally at the Nichols Fountain."  

After a reminder that the corporate personhood "ruling" wasn't even in Santa Clara v. Southern Pacific Railroad decision, but only in the headnotes written by the clerk of the court, the May 14, 2013 edition of the show consists of the remarks of eight speakers at the rally, including yours truly.

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Arun Gupta on Professor David Petraeus & Iraq

Two of journalist Arun Gupta's latest articles are The Trouble With Professor Petraeus and Little Bagdhad, California. Gupta got on the phone with Tell Somebody for the April 30, 2013 edition of the show to talk about both of them. 

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