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Latin Waves covers local/national and international issues making those critical political connections, we bring our listeners in-depth coverage of issues with a focus on the history of an issue and what that history means for us today and most importantly what we can do to move society forward in a healthy way.



In short our show is focused on building community across borders, positive social change has only come through communities of interest working together. Latin Waves wants to mediate this change and create a more just equalitarian society. Many citizens are jaded and have given up on change which shows in low voter turnout, what is needed is a new political imagination



We are non corporate which means we can cover any story we wish unfiltered and uncensored and are beholden only to the public interest. Our society is in crisis, we have a financial, environmental and social meltdown with unresponsive governments.



Another World is possible and that depends on us working together.

Latin Waves Media Sylvia and Stuart Richardson

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Latin Waves covers local/national and international issues making those critical political connections, we bring our listeners in-depth coverage of issues with a focus on the history of an issue and what that history means for us today and most importantly what we can do to move society forward in a healthy way.



In short our show is focused on building community across borders, positive social change has only come through communities of interest working together. Latin Waves wants to mediate this change and create a more just equalitarian society. Many citizens are jaded and have given up on change which shows in low voter turnout, what is needed is a new political imagination



We are non corporate which means we can cover any story we wish unfiltered and uncensored and are beholden only to the public interest. Our society is in crisis, we have a financial, environmental and social meltdown with unresponsive governments.



Another World is possible and that depends on us working together.

    Indigenization of our Struggle against Capitalism

    Indigenization of our Struggle against Capitalism

    Silvia Federici



    Latin waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Silvia Federici author of Revolution at Ground Zero. The zero point of revolution is our social relations, the violence of capitalism as our primary organizing system has normalized slavery, repression, control, and surveillance of brown and black people. We speak of pandemic but the virus that is killing society is a man made system of exploitation, and injustice. We must remember our ability to re-enchant the world, to envision a society with justice.



    She speaks of a new Indigenization of our social movements.



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    • 29 min
    Dr Lebowitz latest book Between Capitalism and Community

    Dr Lebowitz latest book Between Capitalism and Community

    In Between Capitalism and Community, Lebowitz demonstrates that capitalism contains within itself elements of a different society, one of community.



    Host Sylvia Richardson speaks to Dr Lebowitz about how capitalism creates accumulation but overlooked is how capitalism also deforms and changes those who work within it. How the communal councils in Venezuela profoundly changed those who worked within them and how struggle changes those for fight for it. Within the experience of struggle is embodied resilience,



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    • 29 min
    His latest book “We Are All Apocalyptic Now”

    His latest book “We Are All Apocalyptic Now”

    Robert Jensen is an emeritus professor in the School of Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin, a founding board member of the Third Coast Activist Resource Center, and a member of the team developing Ecosphere Studies at The Land Institute.



    Host Sylvia Richardson speaks to Robert about the history of environmental degradation, how capitalism and colonialism sever us from the land and each other. How we need to not only change ourselves but learn to accept less. How do we come about changing systems and culture.



    How simply buying an electric car is not going to get it done



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    • 28 min
    2021 Recap Victory in India and Latin America with multiple social uprisings

    2021 Recap Victory in India and Latin America with multiple social uprisings

    Latin Waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Jorge Marti the secretariat of Hands off Venezuela about social movements in 2021. After more than 15 months of farmers' protests, the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, accepted defeat and repealed the three farm laws..."an unexpected victory" says Jorge Marti, yet a reminder of what is possible when the workers unite. In this interview we travel back to the beginning of 2021, the multiple social uprisings in Latin America that continue to remind us that social justice is a practice in community.



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    • 29 min
    How to move beyond capitalism and Chile moves left

    How to move beyond capitalism and Chile moves left

    Robin Eric Hahnel is Professor of Economics at Portland State University. He was a professor at American University for many years and traveled extensively advising on economic matters all over the world.



    Latin Waves' host Sylvia Richardson speaks to Economist Robin Hanhel. The quest for progressives and good intentioned people is to build a society that integrates all the elements of the social economy to create a systematic process of justice that replaces the Capitalist system...How we would do that is the subject of this conversation.



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    • 27 min
    Aviva Chomsky’s latest book Central America’s Forgotten History

    Aviva Chomsky’s latest book Central America’s Forgotten History

    Latin Waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Dr. Aviva Chomsky, about the structured violence of empire. We are now in the grip of one of the worst economic crises in the history of modern capitalism.



    Millions displaced by hunger, military violence and ecological destruction that puts them in the eye of multiple storms. Aviva Chomsky’s latest book: Central America’s Forgotten History, answers the urgent question “How did we get here?” Centering the centuries-long intertwined histories of US expansion and Indigenous and Central American struggles against inequality and oppression.



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    • 27 min

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Mari3216 ,

Refreshing to see a Latina on here doing her show!

I hope you keep it up! Great content!

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