Author: Tom Walker

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This Wednesday at 9am the Peace & Justice Report will interview Ken Mayers of Veterans For Peace. We’ll talk about their recent Nuclear Posture Review. It reviews the nuclear posture of all the nuclear-armed states – the U.S., Russia, the UK, France, China, India, Pakistan, North Korea and Israel, and it makes a number of recommendations for […]

This Wednesday, Feb 9 at 9am on the Peace & Justice Report, we’ll talk to political science professor Alain Sanders. He’ll talk about Biden’s first year, the Senate and the Supreme Court. Our second guest will be Scott Osborne, President of the Gulf Coast Chapter of UN Women USA. We’ll talk about their upcoming film festival, […]

Missed it? Go to archive.wslr.org to hear the show. We start after about seven minutes of music because of technical problems. This Wednesday, February 2 at 9am, we talked to Chelsea Dunn of Southern Legal Council and Jackie Azis of ACLU Florida about a case they’ve brought challenging the Sarasota Clerk of Court’s right to […]

This Wednesday at 9am we’ll talk to author Stephen Marche about his new book The Next Civil War: Dispatches from the American Future. Retired US Army colonel Peter Mansoor, professor of military history at The Ohio State University: “It would not be like the first civil war, with armies maneuvering on the battlefield…I think it would […]

This Wednesday at 9am we’ll interview Amy Weintraub from Progress Florida and Floridians for Reproductive Freedom. Amy will give us an update on the Florida bills pending to restrict abortion and also information about such things as the many fake clinics, the abortion pill available by mail, and where to find help. And since it’s the third […]

This Wednesday the Peace & Justice Report we’ll first host members of the Sarasota Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Committee. Patricia Allen will speak about their history, how they advocate for issues and about the various issues they have advocated for since their start in 2019. She’ll also speak to their interest in Newtown. Jessica Traiger will speak about the […]

On the Peace & Justice Report this Wednesday January 5 at 9am we’ll first hear from David Wallis. He’s the Managing Director of the Economic Hardship Reporting Project. We’ll talk about that and about their new podcast Going for Broke. Then we’ll talk to our old friend, UK activist Andy Worthington, an investigative journalist, author, campaigner, commentator […]

This Wednesday on the Peace & Justice Report at 9am Bob and I will air our interview with Tim Nevius, an attorney and former college NCAA athlete who now represents the players. He’ll review the new rights that athletes have to profit from their name, image and likeness. On the second half of our show we’ll talk […]

This Wednesday, December 22 at 9am, tune into the Peace & Justice Report for an interview with Stephanie Savell, co-director of Costs of War. In the post-911 wars, we have spent eight trillion dollars and over 929,000 people have died in over 85 countries. In addition, 38 million people have been displaced in Afghanstan, Pakistan, Iraq, […]

On Wednesday, December 15 at 9am, our guest will be Carolina Franco, the President of CreArte Latino. Carolina was unable to make our November 24 show. CreArte Latino was founded in 2012 as a creative hub for the Latino community in Sarasota and Manatee Counties. It now produces and performs an average of nine plays annually and collaborates […]


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