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Back to the Beginning

Irie!  (Tunes Menu)
Jah Planet*(120 mins)
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Indy Home

                        March 23, 2018*(174 mins)
"Who's gonna stand up?" One Bright Day
Burning Spear, Peter Tosh and Friends

Energy = mass × c2speed of light

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Indy River Outdoors

Martin Luther King

Feb 19, 2018 Mass Meeting* (137 mins)

                  Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II*(19 mins)
                  Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis*(26 mins)
             Moral Revival Choir*(22 mins)

Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II  President & Sr. Lecturer of Repairers of the Breach
Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis,
co-chairs of:
The Poor People's Campaign: A National Call For Moral Revival
    December 4, 2017 D.C. Press Briefing
 The Gathering
is the podcast and Medium is the blog

Interview on Democracy Now!** January 9, 2018

                 Love. Peace. Music. Respect. Honor. Family.               

Carlos Nakai*
Flute (58 mins)

First Peoples Rock!*(305 mins)
Scott Mamaday, John Trudell,

Buffy Sainte-Marie
Carlos Nakai & Friends

Outdoor Bob

Indy River Retreat is a primitive
pristine ecosystem. My Home.
I am threatened by banksters every day.
Being poor is not a sin. Poverty is a sin.
Created and perpetuated by an immoral
 white supremacy and class-division that must be
peacefully, but relentlessly pursued, every day.

             Love*(257 mins)          Music* (234 mins)     Honor*(362 mins)       
(236 mins)        Peace*(218 mins)         Family* (251 mins)

Prayer Flags Protect All Who Pass!

Indy Camp gets new diggs!


                         Who's Gonna Stand Up?*(174 mins)
One Bright Day
Burning Spear, Peter Tosh and Friends

We the People

~We the Poor People~


An End to Poverty

A National Call for Moral Revival**

One Love                          One Earth

The Wisdom of The Elders

                               Love Gets You Through! 1*(256 mins)
2*(209 mins)            3*(354 mins)
Greg Brown, Iris Dement, Steven Stills, Neil Young,
Joni Mitchel, Joan Baez, John Prine, Sade,
Carlos Nakai, Bob Dylan, Tim O'Brien & Buds!

              Winter Solstice*
Caesar Chavez, Carlos Santana
Bruce Cockburn and Buds
(233 mins)

             Campfire Tunes*
Neil Young & Promise of the Real
Dixie Chicks, C S & N and Buds (255 mins)

                           Wolf Moon*(4 mins)
              Neil Young & Promise of the Real     

                                        Empire Without Hate*(310 mins)
           A Classical Orchestral Interlude        

                                    The World is a Ghetto*(65 mins)
         Bruce Cockburn, Cheech and Chong    
      War, Bob and Ziggy Marley & Buds     

Indy River Camp Weather - Sonoran Desert

Art by  'JR'

'Giant Boy' at the US-Mexico Border Wall "FOSSIL FREE!"**

Bernie Sanders' Response to the corporate
coup's State of the Union of America


Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II,
The State Of Our Union Is Divisive
And Needs A Moral Intervention

President Trump’s first year in office was marked by extremism in his administration and in Congressional leadership that shutdown the government by pitting sick children who need health care against scared children who need protection from deportation, all as leverage for building a dehumanizing, unnecessary, and demonic wall.
Attacks on communities of color, the poor, and other vulnerable populations have been the policy agenda of this administration — from the enactment of the Muslim travel ban to repeated attempts to take health care from millions of Americans, to open support for white supremacists like Thomas Farr, Trump’s nominee to the federal bench whom Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee have already voted to move forward in 2018.
We live in a time where states and the administration are actively working to undermine voting rights. In his first few weeks in office, President Trump formed a so-called voter fraud commission on the belief that three million undocumented immigrants voted in the 2016 election. The commission was authorized to seek voter registration data from Texas identifying all voters with Hispanic surnames. Though the commission was discontinued, the administration continues to deny the real issue of voter suppression in this country.
With the support of extremists in the Republican-led Congress, President Trump has sought to destroy our economic democracy by enacting an immoral tax bill built on the backs of America’s poor in order to benefit the wealthy. Congress gave corporations a 21 percent tax rate. Now they get to keep 79 percent of their profits, leaving the poor and working class to pick up the tab. We haven’t seen a transfer of wealth this extreme since slavery stole the labor of 4 million women and men to benefit the plantation class.
The tax law Republicans have celebrated as their great policy win is a shameless gift to the wealthy that will hurt poor whites, poor blacks, and poor brown communities. State budgets across the country depend on state income, sales, and property taxes as primary sources of revenue for their operating budgets. The tax law will limit the deduction for state and local taxes (SALT). If states wish to prevent this tax hike, they will be forced to make up lost revenue by choosing between cutting critical programs such as education and health care, or forcing vulnerable communities to pay higher taxes. According to analysis by the National Education Association, this could jeopardize state funding for more than 130,000 education jobs, including 2,500 in North Carolina.
While President Trump has been so focused on building a racist wall on our southern border, he has failed to build up a functioning infrastructure and an immigration plan that provides paths to citizenship, not punishment for people whose labor has built this nation and who want to make this country their home. As we found in our preliminary report for the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call For Moral Revival — “The Souls of Poor Folk” — discretionary spending in 2016 allotted almost four times more for the military than for people’s lives at home — with $630 billion for the military versus $183 billion for education, jobs, housing and other basic human needs. Budgets are moral documents and congressional and political leadership at every level should be focusing investments towards our nation’s 140 million poor and working poor people.
I’m often reminded of the Prophet Isaiah who said, “Woe unto them that decree unrighteous decrees, and that write grievousness, which they have prescribed; To turn aside the needy from judgment, and to take away the right from the poor of my people, that widows may be their prey, and that they may rob the fatherless.” (Isaiah 10: 1–2).
To stand with our immigrant, refugee, and poor sisters and brothers is to stand with God, who calls us to love and welcome the stranger.
I cry for all who have been impacted by extremists at the hands of immoral political leaders and systemic policy-violence, but we must remember that President Trump and extremists in the Republican-led Congress are simply a symptom of the real sickness of this nation. There is a moral deficit that allows so many to applaud and pray for this immoral agenda that fails to ensure domestic tranquility, promote the general welfare or establish justice. The most glaring irony is that the very people who embraced Trump’s extreme rhetoric — poor and working whites in the South — are, in raw numbers, the ones who are hurt the most by these extreme policies.
It is our moral responsibility to create a country built on policies that benefit all, not just the wealthy. We need a moral public policy agenda that uplifts the poor and communities of color. We must build a country that aims to serve everyone. We need leaders in our government who understand the #StateofOurUnion is divisive and demands a moral intervention.
President Trump’s first year in office makes clear that he not only campaigned with extreme rhetoric, but he and all who enable him have made extremism their policy agenda. Standing down is not an option. It’s movement time in America.
If you care about the heart and soul of this nation, please join the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call For Moral Revival in 40 days of direct action starting this spring. To learn more, visit
Will you join us?

National Improved Medicare for All!
    (HR 676)

(House of Representatives bill) HR 676 vrs. S 1804 (Sander's bill)    

The Sanders "Medicare for All" (S1804) Town Hall

Recorded Live** Jan. 23, 2018

January 20, 2018 Washington, D.C.

Written by: Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II,
January 22, 2018

Hello, Women's March!
I come to you today in the spirit of the God who is a mother to the motherless.
I come to you today thankful for Tamika and Linda and Carmen and Bob and all of you who are here.
I come today as co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival and President of Repairers of the Breach.
I come to you today in the spirit of Harriet Tubman who said, “I would fight for my liberty so long as my strength lasted, and if the time came for me to go, the Lord would let them take me.”
I come to you today in the spirit of Mother Jones, who said, “Pray for the dead, but fight like hell for the living.”
I come to you in the spirit of Ella Baker, who said, “In order for us as poor and oppressed people to become part of a society that is meaningful, the system under which we now exist has to be radically changed… It means facing a system that does not lend itself to your needs and devising means by which you change that system.”
I come to you today in the spirit of Coretta King, who taught us that abuse against women is violence. But “starving a child is also violence. Neglecting school children is violence. Punishing a mother and her family is violence. Discrimination against a working person is violence. Ghetto housing is violence. Ignoring healthcare is violence. Contempt for poverty is violence. And an apathetic attitude that refuse to challenge injustice is also violence.”
I come to you today in the spirit of my mother, Eleanor Barber, who was one of the first black women to integrate public schools in Washington County and still gets up every morning at 83 years old and goes to work. I asked her, “Why are you still going to work?” And she answered, “They didn’t want me when I came here; now I’ll leave when I get ready!”
I come to you today as a man who has known abuse.
I come to you today in the spirit of Roz Pelles, the manager of the Poor People’s Campaign and Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis, the co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival.
I come to you in the spirit of all the women from Africa to Asia to America to Mexico — wherever they are.
And I come to you in the spirit of Tyler, who I met on the plane late last night from Chicago and is here in the crowd somewhere.
And I come here to declare that if Sojourner — “Ain’t I a Woman?” — Truth and
Fredrick Douglass and Lucretia Mott, a Quaker, and William Lloyd Garrison, an abolitionist, could form a coalition to fight for women’s suffrage and change America in the 1800’s, so can we.
I’ve come here to declare that if Diane Nash and Rosa Parks and Joan Baez and Viola Liuzzo and Martin Luther King and Rabbi Heschel could form a coalition to change America in the in the 1960’s, so can we.
We must know that, down through history, those who have promoted sexism and violence against women have more often than not also stood on the side of racism and homophobia and religious tyranny and fascism and greed and systemic poverty. Truth is, to be anti-woman is to be against democracy. It is to be anti-justice. It is to be against our deepest moral and religious values.
In nation where women are 35 percent more likely than men to be poor — where women account for 60 percent of low wage workers and, together with children, account for 70 percent of the nations poor, refusing to address poverty while giving welfare tax cuts to the greedy at the expense of the poor and working poor is anti-woman, anti-family, anti-American, and immoral.
Denying healthcare is anti-woman, anti-family, anti-American, and immoral. And I’m not just talking about the Affordable Care Act. I’m talking about universal healthcare for every human being as a human right.
Participating in voter suppression that allows extremists to cheat in order to get into office is anti-woman, anti-family, anti-American, and immoral.
Attacking labor rights is anti-woman, anti-family, anti-American, and immoral.
Refusing living wages is anti-woman, anti-family, anti-American, and immoral.
Refusing the rights of immigrants in a country made up of immigrants — and a group of people talking about “meritorious immigration” and deciding that they want to put rules in place that their own grandmamma who was an immigrant couldn’t pass — is anti-woman, anti-family, anti-American, and immoral.
So we must stand together. And I’ve come, my sisters, to say that the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for a Moral Revival stands with the Women’s March and your goal to transform America, to have massive voter mobilization of one million new registered voters, and to take the power to the polls.
On Mother’s Day, we will launch the Poor People’s Campaign with 40 days of nonviolent civil disobedience, direct action, power building, and voter mobilization with the poor and moral leaders in 25 state capitols and in Ryan and McConnell’s offices. Our first action will be standing against policies that exacerbate child poverty and cut money for public education.
Truth is, my sisters, it’s movement time in America. Any time the nation, with a race-driven Electoral College, turns the presidency over to a narcissistic, egotistical, racist that looses by 3 million votes, it’s movement time. It’s movement time.
Any time the very politicians in the Congress that have claimed Trump is not stable set aside their assessment to push his agenda, it’s movement time.
We can’t wait four years. We have to move extremists now — out of the Congress and out of statehouses. Do you know that if we registered 30% of the black voters in the Southern states and connected those with white people that are progressives and Latinos, Alabama doesn’t have to be an anomaly? We can win in Florida and Georgia and Texas and North Carolina and Mississippi. We need a mid-year election turnout like never before. It’s movement time.
So finally, since it’s Sunday, I come here today as a preacher in the prophetic tradition and in the spirit of a woman in the Bible named Deborah. Deborah was a woman in the Bible in the Book of Judges. The nation in her day was under assault by a loud mouth, egotistical, abusive, narcissistic, lying leader named Trump — I mean, Sisera.
But Deborah wasn’t scared. Some of the men didn’t want to take on Sisera. They were willing to accept what was going on, but Deborah said, “It’s time to fight.”
So she had one message for those who wanted to save the soul of the nation. It was, “Get up!”
And I say to you today, we’ve been crying and whining long enough — talking about what happen in 2016. It’s time to get up and make something happen. It’s time to get up and register everybody you know to vote. It’s time to get up and take the power to the polls. Instead of deporting immigrants, we need to deport some of these politicians out of their office.
It’s time to get up. If we ever needed to vote, we sure do need to vote now. And anybody that doesn’t vote, my grandmamma had a word for you: it’s called “trifling.”
It’s time to get up and know that love can win, and justice can win, and righteousness can win when we organize black and white and brown and red and yellow; old and young; Jewish and Muslim and Christian and those who do not have a faith, but they believe in a moral agenda. It’s time to get up — gay and straight. No more fighting each other. Let’s fight racism. Let’s fight sexism. Let’s fight the extremists.
It’s time to get up and demand justice for all. It’s time to get up because we are the people who know that we can take a word like “shithole” and turn it into fertilizer and grow a new movement.
It’s time to get up and vote people out of office who do wrong. It’s time to get up and speak truth to power.
And if I could channel my inner hip hop:
We ain’t meant to survive, ’cause it’s a set-up
And even though you’re fed up
Huh, you got to keep your head up
Oh child, it’s gonna get easier
Oh child, it’s gonna get better
Oh, oh child, things are gonna get brighter
Because we are going to get up, get up, get up!

The Poor People's Campaign:
A National  Call for Moral Revival

  Sunday, January 14, 2018, Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II
 and others marched in protest to trump tower after
a Spiritual Gathering. If you were in New York City:

"Today, we’re holding a commemorative interfaith service event honoring
the life and legacy of Dr. King with a call for the nation to enlist in the
Poor People's Campaign: A National Call For Moral Revival.
Following the service, Rev. Dr. James A. Forbes, Jr. and I will lead
the congregation in a march to Trump Tower, where we will deliver a
prayerful call for repentance for Trump and extremists members of the
administration and Congress. We call on moral agents across this nation
to stand up and take prayerful #MoralAction."
Mayor DeBlasio was there!

The Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival


We are rooted in a moral analysis based on our deepest religious and constitutional values that demand justice for all. Moral revival is necessary to save the heart and soul of our democracy.

We are committed to lifting up and deepening the leadership of those most affected by systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, and ecological devastation and to building unity across lines of division.

We believe in the dismantling of unjust criminalization systems that exploit poor communities and communities of color and the transformation of the “War Economy” into a “Peace Economy” that values all humanity.

We believe that equal protection under the law is non-negotiable.

We believe that people should not live in or die from poverty in the richest nation ever to exist. Blaming the poor and claiming that the United States does not have an abundance of resources to overcome poverty are false narratives used to perpetuate economic exploitation, exclusion, and deep inequality.

We recognize the centrality of systemic racism in maintaining economic oppression must be named, detailed and exposed empirically, morally and spiritually. Poverty and economic equality cannot be understood apart from a society built on white supremacy.

We aim to shift the distorted moral narrative often promoted by religious extremists in the nation from personal issues like prayer in school, abortion, sexuality, gun rights, property rights to systemic injustices like how our society treats the poor, those on the margins, the least of these, women, children, workers, immigrants and the sick; equality and representation under the law; and the desire for peace, love and harmony within and among nations.

We will build up the power of people and state-based movements to serve as a vehicle for a powerful moral movement in the country and to transform the political, economic and moral structures of our society.

We recognize the need to organize at the state and local level—many of the most regressive policies are being passed at the state level, and these policies will have long and lasting effect, past even executive orders. The movement is not from above but below.

We will do our work in a non-partisan way—no elected officials or candidates get the stage or serve on the State Organizing Committee of the Campaign. This is not about left and right, Democrat or Republican but about right and wrong.

We uphold the need to do a season of sustained nonviolent civil disobedience as a way to break through the tweets and shift the moral narrative. We are demonstrating the power of people coming together across issues and geography and putting our bodies on the line to the issues that are affecting us all.

The Campaign and all its Participants and Endorsers embrace nonviolence. Violent tactics or actions will not be tolerated.

Special Watch Night Gathering: Prophetic Hope
and Courage in the Face of Moral Crisis

December 31, 2017**

Streamed Live Video**

The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II with Muslim, Jewish, Christian, and other moral leaders
at the US Capitol building on Jan. 9 2017, following a #MoralMarch and protest
against the nomination of former Sen. Jeff Sessions for US Attorney General.

Millions Protest Worldwide

January 21, 2017 Washington, D.C.,
Hundreds of Thousands March in Protest

RESIST Year 1 Day 62

"The Intercept" Update:
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Journalist Alexei Wood & First
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                        Love and Only Love*(64 mins)
Neil Young and POTR
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           RocKerS Unite Baybeee!*(11 mins)
Neil Young and Promise of the Real
Live at Farm Aid 31

                          Do It in the Name of Love*(22 mins)

  Total Solar Eclipse photo credit Slooh

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Sarah Vaughan*(172 mins)
Earthstrong ~ March 27, 1924 - April 3, 1990 ~

One Bright Day*(174 mins)
Burning Spear and Friends

Miles Davis*(332 mins)

Reggae Reflections! (197 mins)
Irie Tunes

Irie Riddims

First Peoples Rock!*(305 mins)
Scott Mamaday, John Trudell,

Buffy Sainte-Marie
Carlos Nakai & Friends

Classical Guitar*(262-mins)
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Rage Against the Machine*(129 mins)

Jazz Rhythms*(220 mins)
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Amiri Baraka Video Performance**(9 mins)

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Tupac Shakur*(195 mins)

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Indy River Editor, exhausted corporate crime
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in Ganja-rado,
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(8 mins)
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The Thomas fire
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Rasta Ganja Vibration*(176 mins)
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Segovia and Friends
Woodstock Revisited*(203 mins)
'69 Wavy Gravy and 500,000 Campin' & Jahmin'!
Woodstock Nation Today*(420 mins)
Toe-tappin' tunes for all my Indy Campin' Buds

Monday Irie Streaming

Tuesday Surf
Reggae Dance!*(170 mins)
Conscious Party '69*(180 mins)
Conscious Party Rewound*(240 mins)
Rock-n-Roll Can Never Die*(291 mins)
Tuesday Irie Streaming

Wednesday Surf
One Love*(312 mins)
Reggae NOW!*(220 mins)
One Love One Earth*(256 mins)
Irie Days Starry Nights*(216 mins)
Can We Just Get Along?*(246 mins)

Thursday Surf
Neil Young*(305 mins)
John Lennon*(168 mins)
Grateful Dead*(305 mins)
Gil Scott-Heron*(151-mins)
Conscious Riddim*(195 mins)
Thursday Irie Streaming

Friday Surf
Willie Nelson*(216 mins)
Camp Country*(330 mins)
Dixie Chicks, Hank, Willie, Merle
Lucinda,Patsy and Buds

Kickass Bluegrass*(151 mins)
Cajun-Zydeco*(262 mins)
Friday Irie Streaming


Friday2 Surf
Times Are A Changin'*(209 mins)
Mendocino on My Mind*(355 mins)
Whatever Gets You Through!*(256 mins)
Rasta Ganja Vibration*(176 mins)
Friday Irie Streaming

Saturday Surf
Meditation*(186 mins)
Where is the Buddha?
Tibetan Bells,
Ocean Waves
SE Asian Stings

Jazz Rhythms*(220 mins)
John Coltrane, Miles Davis
Stan Getz, Etta James
Dave Brubeck & Buds

Latin Rhythms*(290 mins)
Carlos Santana, Tito Puente

Celia Cruz
& Vatos

Reggae Reflections*(197 mins)
Saturday Irie Streaming

À la carte Surf

Sitar*(152 mins)
Oldies*(284 mins)
Coltrane*(195 mins)
Classical*(310 mins)
B.B. King*(196 mins)
Stan Getz*(156 mins)
The Beatles*(137 mins)
Jah Planet*(120 mins)
Peter Tosh*(316 mins)
Miles Davis*(332 mins)
Max Roach**(186 mins)
Ziggy Marley*(181 mins)
Ray Charles*(237 mins)
Jimi Hendrix*(249 mins)
Tupac Shakur*(215 mins)
Muddy Waters*(203 mins)
One Bright Day*(130 mins)
Burning Spear and Friends)
Got The Blues* (183 mins)
Muddy Waters, Gil Scott-Heron
Stevie Ray Vaughan, Patti Smith & Buds
Black and Blues *(238 mins)
Sarah Vaughan*(172 mins)
Aretha Franklin*(134 mins)
Black Lives Matter *(338 mins)
Buddy Guy 2017 Live*(156 mins)
The "Rebel Content Tour"*(220 mins)
Neil with Promise of the Real

Aperitif Surf

Herb*(3 mins)
Peace*(60 mins)
Walk On*(4 mins)
Neil Young Live
America*(5 mins)
Carlos Santana
Etta James*(71 mins)
Wolf Moon*(4 mins)
Neil Young & Promise of the Real
Utah Phillips*(130 mins)
I Won't Quit*(9 mins)
Neil Young & Promise of the Real
Pinetop Perkins*(20 mins)
Carlos Nakai*(58 mins)

Nina Simone*(124 mins)
Mother Earth*(15 mins)
Neil Young & Micky Rafael

Billie Holiday* (76 mins)
Nat King Cole*(33 mins)
*Caesar Chavez* (1 min)
Hey Hey My My*(3 mins)
Hugh Masekela*(104 mins)
Sly and Robbie* (118 mins)
Live with the "I Threes"
Cherine Anderson
Judy Mowatt
Marcia Griffiths
Slightly Stoopid*(Live 82 mins)
Down by the River*(20 mins)
Kelly's Sacred Flute*(46 mins)
  Love and Only Love*(64 mins)
Neil Young and POTR
at Telluride Town Park
Do It in the Name of Love*(22 mins)
The World is a Ghetto*(65 mins)
War, Bruce Cockburn, Cheech and Chong
Bob and Ziggy Marley & Buds
A Horse with No Name*(4 mins)
America - the band
John Trudell & Friends*(138 mins)
Frank Zappa - Amazing Video** 1986
*John Trudell in Conversation*(110 mins)
Keep on Rockin' in the Free World*
              Neil Young Live at Farm Aid 31 (11 mins)
Amiri Audio Interview & Poetry*(38 mins)
ARE YOU Ready for the Country?*(9 mins)

Neil Young & Promise of the Real*(108 mins)
Neil and the Band Live at SLO Brewery, Cali 2015
Amazing Woodstock '69 video**(225 mins)
Fuckin-up , Cortez the Killer, Cinnamon Girl**(22 mins)
The West Coast "Rebel Content Tour" set list

*Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II*(19 mins)
*Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis*(26 mins)
Moral Revival Choir*(22 mins)

TUNES* have a single white asterix*
to designate " the .mp3" format.
Click to open the player page.

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Thoughts by His Holiness
The Dalai Lama
of Tibet

Take into account that Great Love and 
Great Achievements involve Great Risk. 

When you lose, don't lose the Lesson.

Follow the three Rs: Respect for Self, Respect for 
Others and Responsibility for all your Actions.

Remember that not getting what you want is 
Sometimes a wonderful stroke of luck.

Learn the rules so you know how 
To break them properly.

Don't let a little dispute injure 
A Great Friendship.

When you realize you've made a mistake, 
Take immediate steps to correct it.

Spend some time alone every day.

Open your arms to Change, but 
Don't let go of Your Values.

Remember that Silence is 
Sometimes the Best Answer.

Live a Good, Honorable Life. 
Then when you get older and think back, 
You'll be able to enjoy it a second time.

A loving atmosphere in your Home is 
The foundation for your Life.

In disagreements with Loved Ones 
Deal only with the current situation. 
Don't bring up the past.

Share your knowledge. It's a way 
To achieve Immortality.

Be gentle with the Earth.

Once a year, go someplace you've 
Never been before.

Remember that the best relationship 
Is one in which your Love for each other 
Exceeds your need for each other.

Judge your success by what you had to 
Give up in order to get it.

Approach Love and cooking 
With reckless abandon.

I also know that dreams really do 
Come true, and you have my best wishes 
And my best efforts in those.

His Holiness
the 14th 

Dalai Lama of Tibet

San Pedro River Wilderness  ··  Sonoran Desert

Looking east to the tree-lined San Pedro River & the
Galiuro Mountains horizon
Photo credit: Bob Zavoda

Coming back, down into the "Indy" San Pedro River Valley from
Redington Pass and Tucson 30 miles back. This is an absolutely
critical north-south migratory bird route corridor and wildlife
habitat. The San Pedro stretches from Mexico to just
southeast of Phoenix.

50 miles away, looking west from Redington Pass is Gates Pass,
a favorite Peace & Meditation hangout. Behind me is a cliff,
and in the distance is west Tucson, barely visible.
Our Sonoran Desert Sun is setting.

Photo credit: Frank Slaby

ARE YOU Ready for the Country?*

"Campfire Mesquite-Roasted Hot Chilis!
ROCKin' Tunes! Dancin' Heals!"

Indy Blogs

OpEd News
Common Dreams
Popular Resistance
Inside Climate News
Indian Country News

National Improved Medicare for All
Congessional Bill HR 676

Irie!  (Tunes Menu)
Jah Planet*(120 mins)
Irie Riddims

 Indy bay
Ad Busters
The Intercept
Black History
Think Progress
The Indypendent

Democracy Now!**
Investigative Reporting
Healthcare Over Profit
Repairers of the Breach

Banksy RULES!

Port of Dover, U.K. - Workman Appears to Chip Away at
One of the Twelve Stars Depicting the European Union Flag

Shop Until You Drop

14 Great Banksy Street Art Photos and Quotes!


Banging Your Head
Against A Brick Wall

Wall and Piece • e-book

"Banksy once characterized graffiti as a form of underclass "revenge", or guerrilla warfare that allows an individual to snatch away power, territory and glory from a bigger and better equipped enemy. Banksy sees a social class component to this struggle, remarking 'If you don't own a train company then you go and paint on one instead.'"

Banksy - Exit Through the Gift Shop
2010 Documentary
**(86 mins)

In England, Banksy and friends built Dismaland, a "Bemusement Park"
in a matter of weeks, onside. It remained open for just a few weeks. After
disassembly, the usable parts were donated to the refugees trapped in a
huge homeless camp, located in France near the The Chunnel.


The Walled Off Hotel: Banksy opens dystopian tourist
attraction in Bethlehem.
Elton John plays opening
The British Telegraph reports - Here

“[A] three-storey cure for fanaticism,
with limited car parking” - Banksy

How is the Walled Off salad, I wonder?

Open 10 am - 7:30 pm daily
Art supplies               Spray paint               Ladder hire

"Your one-stop shop for decorating the wall and the only store in the Middle East
offering bespoke stencil tutorials. We also sell a range of soft drinks, souvenir
shirts and operate an after school art club." - Banksy


Latest Postings

 Radio Rebelde - English version from Cuba - "........ the voice of the Cuban Revolution, began as a clandestine pirate radio station nestled in the Sierra Maestra Mountains in the eastern part of the island." "It was 60 years ago today that the now-famous Cuban radio station founded by iconic guerrilla leader Che Guevara finally crackled into life over the Caribbean airwaves." "Radio Rebelde, the voice of the Cuban Revolution, began as a clandestine pirate radio station nestled in the Sierra Maestra Mountains in the eastern part of the island. Founded by Ernesto 'Che' Guevara at Altos de Conrado, the station's on-air signature became a screeching howl of "Aqui, Radio Rebelde!" Its February 24, 1958 maiden broadcast, which lasted 20 minutes, came at a time when almost all of Cuba's media was controlled by loathed dictator Fulgencio Batista. The broadcast began with the rebels' anthem, followed by a report on the battle of Pino del Agua and other news from Che's guerrillas."Here is Radio Rebelde, the voice of the Sierra Maestra, transmitting for all Cuba on the 20 meter band at 5 and 9p.m. daily... I'm Station Director Captain Luis Orlando Rodriguez. Rebelde's first director, Rodriguez then read an editorial on the founding of the station and notable events from that day in Cuban history – of which its own initiation is now one. As the battle continued to rage between capitalist, U.S.-backed President Batista and the Communist guerrillas led by Fidel Castro, Radio Rebelde broadcast firsthand reports of the rebels' progress almost round the clock. "

Hugh Masekela - (4 April 1939 – 23 January 2018) was a South African trumpeter, flugelhornist, cornetist, composer and singer. He has been described as "the father of South African jazz." Masekela was known for his jazz compositions and for writing well-known anti-apartheid songs such as "Soweto Blues" and "Bring Him Back Home". He also had a number 1 US pop hit in 1968 with his version of "Grazing in the Grass".
A National Call For Moral Revival - Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II  President & Sr. Lecturer of Repairers of the Breach
Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis, co-chairs of:
The Poor People's Campaign: A National Call For Moral Revival - December 4, 2017 D.C. Press Briefing - The Gathering is the podcast and Medium is the blog

Shepard Fairey - " an American contemporary street artist, graphic designer, activist, illustrator and founder of OBEY Clothing who emerged from the skateboarding scene."

Mahatma Gandhi Quotes - (2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948), commonly known as Mahatma Gandhi (Sanskrit: महात्मा mahātmā "Great Soul"). In India he is generally regarded as Bapu (Gujarati: બાપુ bāpu "father"), Jathi Pitha and Raashtra Pita; he was an advocate and pioneer of nonviolent social protest and direct action in the form he called Satyagraha. He led the struggle for India's independence from British colonial rule.

His Holiness Pope Francis**
Earth THANKS YOU! - Here**

Historical Geology • Textbook

"A Tribe Called Red's Electric Powwow puts
Indigenous Culture centre stage"
- Here**

Music video*- Here**

Aloha Nui Loa**


B.B. King*  (197 mins) September 16, 1925 - May 14, 2015

Willie Nelson* (201 mins)

May 16, 2015 - From the Guardian US by Zoie Heller
"Willie Nelson: 'I've bought a lot of pot and now
I'm selling some back.'"
- Here

Stan Getz* & Chet Baker  (156 mins)

Stockholm '83**

                                    The Music at Indy Camp* (179 mins)
soundtrack: Tibetan Bells
followed by
 ROCKin' Tunes!

                                 Kickass Mountain Bluegrass* (151 mins)
Ralph, Jerry, Sam, Tim, Bill
Iris, Alison and Friends

                                 Camp Country*(330 mins)
Hank, Willie, Merle,
Waylon, Lucinda,
Patsy Cline & Friends


Katie Lee

a friend to

Ed Abbey


Chuck Bowden

More Here**


Caesar Chavez* (1 min)
Video** (120 mins)


  Gil Scott-Heron* (151 mins)

                                   John Trudell & Friends* (138 mins)
- Here**


Wang Wei Lin!

People. Planet. Peace. OVER PROFITS!

Thanks Ed!


~ Have a Beautiful week filled
with Love, Joy & Harmony ~

Pic by: Zohar Ron
Primitive Tribal Crafts
Here & Here

Hand-made organic from Israel


Near Ashland, OR

  Santa Cruz, CA, city powers-that-be, attack their
homeless folks' Rights to be free and helped, not
hurt. And to abet unnecessary hard choices
for a Free Radio! UNACCEPTABLE!

If you can, "Turn it up!"

If you can't turn it up, keep on truckin'
(with it on low)
'til you can .....

The radioactive-free zone

TUCSON  Live Music Listings - Here


Love returns to America!

Frank Zappa - Amazing Video** 1986

Stills and Young are still Rockin'!

Ken Kesey, Buds and Furthur  are The Merry Pranksters**

Jerry Garcia Interview - Here**

Wavy Gravy recalls the Kesey Acid Test - Here**

Babylon strikes the Amazon

Farm Aid 30
- Here**

Willie & Family

An Indigenous Peoples' History of the
United States
e-book PDF
- Here
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz Review - Here

TRNN Interview
** >> Parts 1 2 & 3


A People's History of the United States
1492 - Present
e-book by Howard Zinn


S.P.Q.R.: A History of Ancient Rome
by Mary Beard

(S.P.Q.R. is the Roman Senate)


History Is A Weapon Recommended Reading - Here

".....some histories paint a picture where only the elites
have the power to change the world, while others point
out that social change is rarely commanded
from the top down."

Featured Tuneage

Neil Young*(305 mins)
John Lennon*(168 mins)
Conscious Party*(180 mins)
The Monsanto Years Tour*
Neil Young with "Promise of the Real"
Spokane 10-03-2015 (130 mins)

Mendocino on My Mind*(355 mins)
Bruce Cockburn, Tim O'Brien, Greg Brown,
Peter Tosh, Neil Young, Iris DeMent
Pete Seeger, Joan Baez, John Prine,
John Hartford & Friends

Why Can't We Live Together?*(245 mins)
Carlos Santana and Steve Winwood & Others

Woodstock Nation Rewind* (420 mins)
For all you free spirits

One Love One Earth*(255 mins)
Latest Irie Riddims

Latin Rhythms*(192 mins)
Carlos Santana & Friends

Neil with Promise of the Real

To the Fuck monsanto Tour
- Here

Farm Aid 31 - Video Here**

Virginia governor spotted with
Willie and his herb
*(3 mins) - Here

Daryl Hannah (Obama Era)
D.C. Pipeline Protest Last Spring

The Grateful Dead* (463-mins)


Russell is BACK!

Eleanor Goldfield ROCKS!

Neil Young* (237 mins) Farm Aid 31

Save Our Heritage! NO GMOs!
Boycott Starbuck's!!! Why? - Here

Neil Young & Promise of the Real - Farm Aid 31

Hey Hey My My*(3 mins)

Farm Aid 31

Rockin In The Free World*(11mins)

Willie with sons Lukas and Micah is off stage left → Farm Aid 31

Grand Finale at Farm Aid 31

Woodstock Revisited* (203 mins)
August 15, 16, 17, 18
4 Days of Music & Peace

Woodstock '69 Pics
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 22
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28

Woodstock*(230 mins)

Go Humanity!

We the People vrs the oligarchs.
Main Street takes on wall street!

"We are the People
Known as Earth" - Neil Young

"One Love One Heart" - Bob Marley

Bruce Duncan "Utah" Phillips
(May 15, 1935 – May 23, 2008)
Interview on Freak Radio
Santa Cruz, Cali - Here*

Extremely High Jump in Post-Fukushima
Radioactive Chemicals

Kick-ass Oldies - Here*

'What Powers the World?' - Here

WIPP [waste isolation pilot plant]
(nuclear) Update - Here

World Maps

  "The [fuck] monsanto Years" is Here!

Willie Nelson - Here* (201 mins)

Join Your Local Food Co-op!

Sleeping Frog Farms
One Week Before Winter Solstice 2015

Join Your Local Farmer's CSA!

"Well, I stand up next to a mountain
And I chop it down with the edge of my hand
Well, I stand up next to a mountain
Chop it down with the edge of my hand
Well, I pick up all the pieces and make an island
Might even raise just a little sand
'Cause I'm a voodoo child
Lord knows I'm a voodoo child"

"I didn't mean to take you up all your sweet time
I'll give it right back to you one of these days
I said, I didn't mean to take you up all your sweet time
I'll give it right back to you one of these days
And if I don't meet you no more in this world
Then I'll, I'll meet you in the next one
And don't be late, don't be late
'Cause I'm a voodoo child
Lord knows I'm a voodoo child
I'm a voodoo child". - Thanks to Cindy

Jimi Hendrix* (231 mins)


One Love

A Primitive Camping Health Retreat

One Earth

~We The People promise~

Learn from our Mistakes.

Create Peace and Happiness.

Interact with No Harm.

Teach through Kind Action.

Experience Wilderness Quiet.

Share Our Bliss, Dance and Song.

Build Green. Protect and Care.

Recycle, Reuse and Create
Sustainable Systems.

Save Our Wild Earth,
Her Animals, Land,
Plants, Water and Air.

And further,

~We The People promise~

"We of the Green Artisan Communities,
join in spirit and in our street presence
with Bernie Sanders, non-corporate
Democratic members of Congress,
trade unions, senior groups, health
care activists and all those who
believe in a Green Earth economy
with social justice."

"To all corporate fascists, to the
corporate Republicans, to the
corporate Democrats and any
and all other 1% privatizers,
Loudly, Clearly and Honorably:

We The People, will honorably,
never let you throw nearly 30
million of us off of health
insurance (no matter how lousy),
make massive cuts to Medicaid
and defund Planned Parenthood.
We The People demand
NIMA!  (HR676)
It's all about Green Art & Music,
Mom Earth, People over profit
and getting along.

NIMA!  (HR676)

National Improved Medicare for A!!
"Is the Healing of the Nation!" - a Jahmin' Notion!"

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