The poor are often taken advantage of because of their financial situation, whether it is a poor person or a poor country. Jubiliee USA Network works to build a world-wide economy that serves, protects, and promotes the most vulnerable. Jan Miyasaki speaks with Eric LaCompte, Executive Director, about payday loans, the Puerto Rico financial problem, and […]
For over 20 years, The Center for Media and Democracy has been looking under the covers, and the cover ups, for the truth behind government and corporate media spin and out-and-out lies. Jan Miyasaki interviews Lisa Graves, the Executive Director of the organization, about the recent court ruling which released the paper trail that Scott […]
What do you mean, ethics of education — you just teach, right? Meira Levinson, Associate Professor of Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education, recently wrote a book entitled “Dilemmas of Educational Ethics” and discusses these issues with Jan Miyasaki.
Linda Benesch from Social Security Works declares that the Social Security System in the U.S. is not dead…or insolvent…or dying, as many politicians have expounded — only misfunded. She discusses the issues with Jan Miyasaki.
On today’s show, Katie Beilfuss, Outreach Programs Director for the Wisconsin Wetlands Association, joins Buzz host Jan Miyasaki. Wisconsin Wetlands Association is dedicated to the protection, restoration and enjoyment of wetlands and associated ecosystems through science-based programs, education and advocacy.
Dr. Ralph Frerichs, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Epidemiology at UCLA and author of the book “Deadly River: Cholera and Coverup in Post-Earthquake Haiti” discusses the process of identifying the source of the post-earthquake cholera outbreak that has killed at least 9,000 people.