Welcome to Third Eye Weekly–a podcast hosted by BTR’s Zach Schepis and Jennifer Smith for underreported news, the spoken word, and radical conversation to keep you informed.
On today’s show, Aaron Duke, lead researcher of the “drunk utilitarian” study discusses the surprising, and amusing, results.
And later, Dr. Melony Samuels, Executive Director of the Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger, discusses the holiday challenges of running the largest food pantry in Bushwick.
Today’s spoken word segments feature the talents of Button Poetry poet Lily Myers and Dr. Melony Samuels.
As always, don’t forget to check out our Twitter account for the latest in independent media and underreported news.
SOURCES FOR INDEPENDENT MEDIA:
BLACK MARKET FOR COLTAN – NOV 20 2014
SLAYING TURNS SPOTLIGHT ON PERU’S FOREST POLICIES – NOV 21 2014
CORPSES ARE PRIZED FOR PROFITS – NOV 20 2014
WORLD BANK SHIFTS FOCUS TO INVESTMENT IN CLEAN ENERGY – NOV 23 2014
NTSB RULES THAT FAA HAS AUTHORITY TO REGULATE DRONES – NOV 18 2014
INDIA STERILIZATION DRUGS WERE CONTAMINATED – NOV 24 2014
Without further ado …
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