music: Jimmy Cliff

Timely, lively, informative downloads on social issues
for your high school & college classrooms

These podcasts do not offer THE solution to issues presented. They are designed to
show historical, contemporary issues in real life situations with real people. Aim: to catalyze
students’ interest, thought, discussion, study. To encourage them to develop critical
thinking on issues that they will face in our society.



SunMt educational podcasts in the now
Each podcast is designed as a study unit that can simply be dragged off SunMt
website (
after payment as noted at bottom of this page. Click here) and uploaded to another
computer or a whole classroom of computers and/or ipods.

All podcasts can be played by iPods, iTunes or Quicktime actual size,
full computer screen or projected much larger onto a white wall.
All are very
short and fit easily into class time constraints. (Lengths are noted as 2:36 = 2 minutes,
36 seconds.)
Each can be used to spark intensive, instructive classroom discussion, a
term paper and/or research assignment on the subject presented. Also as the inspir-
ation for student-composed songs, skits and poems. Also as the introduction for inviting
Elfie to make presentations at your school. See SunMt’s campus page. And for your school
to purchase SunMt longer docu-poems. Each podcast has an associated still which also
can be downloaded to illustrate student and/or classroom projects.





Big military spending • “Courting spiritual
death
” — Rev. Martin Luther King 1967 recording introduced by Rev. Bryan Jessup (3:48)


1999 WTO shutdown in Seattle • What 5 union plumbers saw,
heard, did and thought in the streets. (2:05)



2000 IMF-World Bank protests • Garbage to Liberation.
Puppet makers challenge world elite with garbage. (2:33)



Ancestors • Black History: “My ancestors were raped and killed.
Marylee McGough spoken word (2:05)


Hiroshima memories call us to stake our future on
mutual respect & peace. (5:35)


We can revive the electric car. (1:35)


We take on nuke power shill. (2:05)


¡Hold your breath til 2024! Air board stalls on air quality(1:43)


Sprayer self-“regulation” of 20% reduction from 1991 levels¿? (4:45)


On day of love we gays apply for marriage licenses
(2:27)

Camp Harmony • Sowing seeds of peace in summer camp. (2:04)


Campus free speech • Students rise up against cop spying on their
vegan meeting. Music: Frank Moschella. (4:42)


Cesar Chavez • Honored with tokens and crumbs, or with justice and
fair wages¿? (1:26)


Civil Rights • “Yesterday was just the beginning.
Devoya Mayo spoken word. Music: Melanie DeMore. Hear more.(2:54)


King would stand tall • Les Kimber updates
King’s peace message. (2:15)


9-11 • Did explosives bring down the buildings¿? (1:43)


Police misconduct • Copwatch comes to town.
Rev. Floyd Harris, Gloria Hernandez, Andrea Prichett, Summer Vue spoken
word. Music: Lupe Gutierrez, Melanie DeMore. Hear more Melanie here. (5:05)


Cops spy on PeaceFresno • Undercover cop poses as
a rich man. Mark Schlosberg, Catherine Campbell, Camille Russell, Nicholas De Graff
spoken word. (3:01)


Cuba blockade • U.S. has been after Cuba for 200+ years.
(2:20)


Delano prison opens • Dolores Huerta joins us in calling
for education not incarceration. (1:30)


Death Penalty • We vigil for Tookie Williams. (1:46)


Honoring our roots by engaging today • Across town &
across issues. Music: Raging Grannies. (3:45)


We Yosemite High students, 14-18, sing, dance, speak
of peaceful living. (4:50)


Fashion Resistance to militarism produced by Feminist
Activist Class at CSUFresno. (6:16)



We picnic for fun & unity in King-Thunderbird Hood
(6:52)



Litle snow. Wolves are eating our dogs. (4:30)


We speak for food freedom • Protesting at WTO in
Sacramento. Maria Carter, Joan Poss, Dan Yaseen, Genie Baranoff, Malcolm
Chaddock spoken word. Clan Dyken music. Hear more Dyken here. (3:36)


GAP sweatshop protests • Arrested for speaking
the truth about sweatshops. (1:52)


Home care workers • Struggling up from poverty. (1:55)


Hmong veterans “We fought your American war and now
we face another war here.”
Summer Vue spoken word. (1:06)


Immigrants • Largest rallies ever call for amnesty.
CSUF students spoken word. (3:50)


Impeachment • We raise this important issue. (1:43)


Livermore nuclear weapons lab • We protest war, weapons,
sick workers. David Solnit spoken word. Dave Lippman sings, “...They live but they have no
heart...”
Hear more Lippman here. (5:33)


Activist Gloria Hernandez —
“Each step I take
puts me in touch with the land...This is my prayer.”
(0:44)


Mumia! Death Row Power • Huge San Francisco Rally
demanding release of Mumia. Julia Butterfly Hill spoken word. (1:56)


Raging Grannies • We offer to replace our sons and daughters
in the military. (3:11)


Memories, medals & a mission • Mother Nadia tells
us how devastating war is. (2:05)


My son killed in Iraq • The death of my son is not
OK. This war is not OK. (1:52)


My son died • Bush lied. (2:01)


Courage not to fight • Two young men stand down
for peace. Elizabeth Stinson spoken word. Fred Small sings line from “Peace grows
from a tiny seed.”
Hear more Small here. (3:30)


Save Sacred mountain • We gather to save Wahallich
from gravel strip mine.
Inyana: Lance Canales and Benjamin Cline — sing “Coming
Home
” Hear more
Iyana here. (2:18)


Stand • Black man got to stand up now. Darryl Muhammad
spoken word. (1:39)


Straw building adventures • Making straw homes to
get super insulation, cool Big Mama and cut pollution. James Stark spoken word. Clan
Dyken music. (2:52)


We Women rally • Stop violence against woman. (1:27)


Warnik converts to Peacenik • (1:31)


Where’s our $1 billion?” • Braceros bilked 40-60 years
ago, demand payment of withheld wages. (3:15)


Feds wiretapping our phones • No warrants. Lisa Solomon
spoken word. (1:44)


Paying for these educational podcasts
Individual payment for use of these podcasts
: $5 per podcast/still per class or per
podcast/still download for private use. Schools may also contract for unlimited downloads
per academia year or per semester/quarter. Contact SunMt for details. Broadcast and other
rights also available via contract negotiations. All contents of SunMt website are fully
copyrighted.These podcasts maybe be reused only for educational activities and not
reproduced for any other purposes except through specific permission from SunMt.




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