May 2018 Wave Project Archives

Veterans for Peace

Dave Logsdon and David Cooley kick off a beautiful May Day morning with talk of the mission of "Veterans for Peace," what the privatization of the VA system could mean, and Kyong Juhn's incredible walk from Rochester to Bemidji, mirroring a peace walk done in the Koreas. This timely program was interspersed with music and other topics. Learn more about Kyong's walk here: https://vfpchapter27.org/walk-for-hope-and-peace-may-5/.

Today's show featured the oldest energy fair on Earth: the 29th Annual Energy Fair, June 15-17 (always the 3rd weekend in June) in Custer, WI. Workshops, vendors, many speakers including Keynote speaker investigative journalist JEREMY SCAHILL, of THE INTERCEPT and "Democracy NOW!" More info: www.theenergyfair.org  and www.midwestrenew.org.

Social Impact Now! with Elaine Rasmussen

NOTE: Music preceeded the discussion. Social Impact Now! begins at 10:25AM. Discussion about SOCIAL IMPACT STRATEGIES around small business and access to capital opportunities for people of color, women and members of rural communities. www.socialimpactnow.com 

The JQ Sound (At Lightspeed, Slowing)

An eclectic mix of music presented by James.