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August 10, 2014 @ 12:12 pm

Rachel Schragis of People’s Climate March


On June 27 on Sex and Politics, Dan Kinch interviewed Rachel Schragis, an artist and activist. She is an Arts Coordinator for the People’s Climate March, scheduled for this coming September. The United Nations has called a special summit to address climate change/climate disruption. The summit will bring world leaders together to hammer out some serious attempts to deal with climate change internationally. While the leaders meet, activists will march. We talked about the issues of climate change and and why activists are marching.

Rachel’s interview with us came one week after our radio conversation with Guy McPherson, which you can find here. As Guy McPherson has said, if you’re damned if you do and damned if you don’t, then do. This is not a time to give into despair, tempting though it may be.

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August 6, 2014 @ 2:43 pm

Sculptor Brian Kenny


April 25: Dan Kinch's arts guest for this episode is Brian Kenny. Brian is an accomplished artist and sculptor. He works in 'assemblage', which involves the gathering of items within a structure (a box) and using the boxing of the items as commentary. He has been profiled in the New York Times and in Art News, and his work has been exhibited numerous times since the 1990’s. He had a retrospective of his work at Sweet Lorraine gallery in Red Hook. Currently he works with the gallery Schroeder Romero and Shredder. You can look at his sculpture here.

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August 4, 2014 @ 3:17 pm

Paul Getsos gets environmental on us


Friday August 1st 2014, we spoke to Paul Getsos, National Street Organizer for was founded in 2008 by a group of university friends in the U.S. along with author Bill McKibben. Our discussion was on climate change, climate change denial,'s role in the upcoming People's Climate March. Paul has been an organizer for 25 years, and is the founder of Community Voices Heard, an organization of low-income people working on economic justice issues in New York State. He is also the author of Tools for Radical Democracy, a Community Power Building ManualToday, works in almost every country in the world on campaigns like fighting coal power plants in India, stopping the Keystone XL pipeline in the U.S, and divesting public institutions everywhere from fossil fuels. 
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June 18, 2014 @ 9:52 pm

Loretta Chin reports and music from Ewald


On Friday June 13, Phil Rosenberg spoke with Loretta Chin, an S&P alumnus now working as a reporter for the Canarsie Courier. She has been writing about the decline of the number of children eligible for entry to K-3 gifted and talented programs in NYC public schools--and the decline of those programs in number. We also listened to the music of EWALD and Dan Kinch talked to founder Jason Ewald and his bandmates bassist Jim Saxa and keyboardist Kevin Bernstein. Since arriving in New York City in 2007, Jason has seen his creative growth blossom, fed by the hum of city life and the energy of its inhabitants. His music is inspired by the refined sounds of 70s pop, the greasy soul of Muscle Shoals, the explorations of jazz, and the insistent rhythms of funk and rock.

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February 21, 2014 @ 12:07 pm

Howard Bloom, Platinum, Emre Sahin, & Dan Kinch

Hippies, Fashion, Kurds and Dan

From left to right: Howard Bloom, Platinum, Emre Sahin, and Dan Kinch

How were the 60's started? The Hippy movement and the social causes surrounding it? Philip Rosenberg interviews Howard Bloom who gives us a few highlights from his latest book, "How I Accidentally Started The Sixties."  Additionally Camille Crosdale interviews the urban designer Platinum, who joins us at the 8:30 mark to discuss fashion in the inner cities.  Erdinc Erdem interviews Emre Sahin in a discussion of greater Kurdistan, and Dan Kinch brings in a telling report on unemployment in the United States.

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November 20, 2013 @ 10:40 pm

Palestine - Israel - SJP - Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College's SJP Hosts Ben White


Iymen Chehade & Charles Asher Small

Iymen Chehade and Charles Asher Small join Philip Rosenberg for conversations about Palestine and Israel. Informed by the event across campus road from Sex and Politics studios at WBCR, Brooklyn College hosted by the SJP (Students for Justice in Palestine), where Ben White spoke, the issue at hand is the very future of the State of Israel itself.  What will her neighbors look like? By some telling, she shall have no neighbors because of a unified nation between the Palestinians and Israelis.  Is this practical? This and more, including reports by Sarah Meira Rosenberg, Zack Murphy, Camille Crossroad, & Paolo Cremidis.

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November 17, 2013 @ 10:34 am

Fun & Games with Lexi Love

Lexi Love a Game and a Spank


Lexi Love is live in studio for the Sex side of this week's Sex and Politics! Heather, Lauren and Rich play a round of CEO Lexi Love's board game, Uncle Don's Exotic Interludes. Rich gets spanked, AGAIN.

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November 11, 2013 @ 1:30 pm

Predator Drone Protestor CarmenTrotta & Monsanto needs protection?


"On the politics side, Dan and Phil talked to Carmen Trotta, a pacifist with the Catholic Worker movement, who was one of five activists arrested for blocking the road leading into Hancock Air Force Base in Syracuse to protest the Predator drones based there. Sarah Meira Rosenberg reported on pro-drone-strike sentiment in the US and how that compares with opinion in the rest of the world, and Paolo Cremidis looked at the bi-partisan support Monsanto has had in marketing genetically modified seeds under the Monsanto Protection act."

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November 11, 2013 @ 1:19 pm

Jodi Ambrose gives advise on cooking and the bedroom.


Author/columnist, Jodi Ambrose calls in to talk about her monthly column in The Acquiring Man Magazine, answers listener e-mails and give one of the Sex and Politics staff members some advice for the bedroom. JodiAmbrose.jpg

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November 1, 2013 @ 3:10 pm

The Politics of Marijuana Legalization


Phil and Sarah Meira discuss The politics of marijuana legalization and are joined by Dan and guest Morgan Fox, Communications Manager for marijuana policy Project.

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