About two years ago, B Media Collective finished our third experimental Variety Show. Variety Tree: Earth Day, Inc. travels through a complex ecosystem of media streams, political landscapes and concrete jungles to explore how corporately fueled consumerism has pushed so many into the cracks on the street and that no matter how much Roundup is Read more about Revisiting Earth Day, Inc.[…]
The Zapatistas are the front line of the indigenous stronghold of Chiapas. Listen to their recent call for international solidarity in support of their resistance.
Chairman Fred Hampton Jr speaks on euphemisms, capitalism and black elephants in the room.
As people wait for the verdict on Julian Assange’s extradition case the reporters at Rap News have taken on the Dark Side once again with illuminating lyrics and one liners.
Dawn Paley provides some excellent commentary on the US’s ongoing intervention in Honduras and the continued spin spat out by feckless embedded journalists pushing the Pentagon’s party line. May 6, 2012 Embedded NYT Reporter Boosts US War in Honduras (and why we shouldn’t listen) Today’s edition of the New York Times featured a front page Read more about Embed with the US in Honduras[…]
Love it or hate it, Kony 2012 has had alot of confusing talk around it. Here to help us discern some of the deeper issues at stake is a special report with intrepid reporter Robert Foster with Rap News.
On February 4th people from the Pacific Northwest gathered in solidarity with Leonard Peltier, a 30 year political prisoner of the US Federal Penitentiary system, to demand his release. For more info on the event and Leonard’s circumstance visit https://leonardpeltiermarch.wordpress.com/
Implementing their own direct democracy, not just voting for politicians.
Recognizing women, men, and youth as equal leaders, not just constituencies.
Planting crops to feed Hondurans, not just for export.