Join host, Andrew Tint as he highlights the issues facing Generation Y.
This week 'Generation whY' will start with a serious discussion with Sarah Kendzior about the devaluing of millennials, and her recent article "Surviving the post-employment economy". After that Matt Segal stops by to discuss the outcome of FEC vs Mccutcheon.
Sarah Kendzior is a writer best known for her critical takes on the “prestige economy” and for her work on authoritarian states in Central Asia. As an op-ed columnist for Al Jazeera English, Ms. Kendzior writes about exploitation, particularly in higher education, and the diminishing opportunities of America’s youth. She also cover internet privacy, political repression, and how the media shape public perception.
Ms. Kendzior April 2013 article “The wrong kind of Caucasian” is the most popular AJE op-ed of all time. Since October 2013, she’s been a monthly columnist for the Vitae section of The Chronicle of Higher Education. Ms. Kendzior has also written for Foreign Policy, Slate, Registan.net, Medium, POLITICO, Radio Free Europe, Opinio Juris, Alternet, Ethnography Matters,The Atlantic, and La Stampa. In August 2013, Foreign Policy named her one of “the 100 people you should be following on Twitter to make sense of global events”. In October 2013, St. Louis Magazine profiled her as one of 15 inspirational people under 35 in St. Louis.
As president and co-founder of OurTime.org, Matthew leads campaigns to expand job opportunities, voting rights, and civic education among his generation while devising strategic partnerships with media brands to enhance the voice of his peers. Matthew is also a regular TV commentator, contributing most frequently to MSNBC, and has appeared on The TODAY Show, Real Time with Bill Maher, CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight, and the CBS Evening News among several other cable and broadcast news programs.
The interview spotlight shines on Fairfield's own James Dean Claitor and his 2014 jazz-chill CD release Pseudonyms.
Speaking Freely talks with Marianne Williamson, who is running for Congress. Marianne Williamson is an internationally acclaimed spiritual author and lecturer. Six of her ten published books have been New York Times Bestsellers. Four of these have been #1 New York Times Bestsellers. A Return to Love is considered a must-read of The New Spirituality. A paragraph from that book, beginning "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure..." is considered an anthem for a contemporary generation of seekers.
Marianne’s newest book, A Year of Miracles: Daily Devotions and Reflections was released in December 2013. Marianne's other books include The Age of Miracles, Everyday Grace, A Woman's Worth, Illuminata, Healing the Soul of America, A Course in Weight Loss, The Gift of Change and The Law of Divine Compensation.
Oh Maria won't you come with me?
I called your name around the rosary
Oh Maria you can disagree
Spinning in the stormy history
~ Maria, by Daisy
With songs delightfully deep and quirky-fun by turns, Austin singer-songwriter and ray of sunshine Daisy released her debut EP entitled Do Be Do this week. Tune in to hear her discuss her path from her childhood on a farm in Washington state, to becoming a social worker, to giving that up to follow her heart to the musical mecca of Austin, Texas where she met producer Daniel Barrett. Together they polished up 5 of her songs, including some co-writes with Steve Poltz, into a shiny gem of an EP that is sure to get your boots stomping along, at least when it isn't tugging at your heartstrings.
Speaking Freely talks with Richard Incorvia about MSAE's Fairfield Action News, and the documentry he's making.
Speaking Freely talks with James Larew, whose provided legal services for over 25 years to Iowans
Community-powered solar radio KRUU 100.1 FM presents another segment of STATE BUSINESS.
On first and third week of each month, KRUU station manager James Moore talks with Iowa Rep. Curt Hanson. Our way of keeping you in the know about the latest haps from the Iowa Statehouse.
Tune in for STATE BUSINESS with Rep. Curt Hanson at 100.1 FM & online at www.KRUUfm.com, on TUE 12:30pm, THU 6:30pm, & the following MON 6:30am.
Segment alternates weekly with CITY BUSINESS with Michael Halley, airing on second and fourth weeks.
"Whenever the people are well-informed, they can be trusted with their own government." --Thomas Jefferson
Troy Dunn created two hit TV series, The Locator and APB with Troy Dunn, to reunite separated friends and families. To strengthen your family relationships, he wrote Family: the Good F-Word, The Life-Changing Action Plan for Building Your Best Family. Packed with quizzes, worksheets, and thought-provoking statistics, Troy's new book provides common sense tools people can use to foster happier and more stable relationships. To hear Troy debunk popular myths about marriage, discuss relationship roadblocks, and reveal the right way to fight with your spouse or partner, tune in to The Studio with Chery and Troy this week.
Do you like sports? Do you like listening to Paul Strubell talk? Well, this is the show for you!
Join us for another fresh helping of weekly headlines. This week's three tiers include heart & minds & bombs, poor rich people, and a tier I call the 'duh, man' category: yep, poison kills. Fancy that, eh?
JP Sottile, the Newsvandal, avid historian, award-winning journalist, all around ace in the hole, aggregates the news for our daily and weekly shows here on KRUU. As always, all headlines referenced are listed below. Just click "Read more".