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Monday, October 19, 2009

Progressive News Weekly Radio Show, this Wednesday 10/21 at 10am - NJCVC leader will be part of the discussion.

Subject: 'PROGRESSIVE NEWS WEEKLY' this week WEDNESDAY (10-21-09; 10:00 AM -  11:00 AM EDT); 
Acclaimed sports/political writer/author shares inside scoop of  sports side of politics; Grass roots discussion of what's happening and  getting involved.

The H1N1 vaccines are here!  Protect yourself and Loved ones by being informed before making a decision. Share this SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT widely!

To those who are already helping spread the word about 'Progressive News Weekly', a sincere Thank You.  "Please continue to support PNW." 

This week (Wednesday 10-21-09, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM) on PRN (Progressive Radio Network) - "Progressive News Weekly" we'll discuss with a respected and outspoken sports writer and progressive thinker, where sports has evolved to and the sociopolitical influence sports has garnered in our society; we'll also take time out to discuss with you the listener, experts, and previous guests, views on pertinent issues affecting society [such as corporate irresponsibility, constitutional rights, vaccine mandates, misleading media information, and protecting our children].  This open segment is your forum.  

Click here to listen in:

10:00 AM, Commentary on current issues, updates on vaccine dangers and alternatives, impromptu guests, calls to action, your voices.

10:10 AM, Dave Zirin - Acclaimed Sports writer, author, political philosopher.   Dave has been referred to as "..perhaps the best young sports writer in the United States today."  His hard hitting articles, columns, and books get to the heart of how sports and politics cross paths.  In his latest book, "A PEOPLE'S HISTORY OF SPORTS IN THE UNITED STATES", Zirin examines sports as a reflection of the political conflicts that shape American society.  During this sure to be enlightening interview we'll discuss and critique the way sports have been used by people to stoke the fires of war, corporate control, racism, sexism, and homophobia.

Join us as we delve into the politics of sports, [or should I say "the sports of politics"], and how we're all affected.

10:35 AM, Grass Roots - "All activism is at grass roots".  "Politics are local".  With local elections pending, join in as we discuss the issues that matter with, other listeners, Representatives from Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO's), former guests, and grass roots activists.  A representative from 'NJ Coalition for Vaccine Choice' will join in to share the importance of grass roots activism and the state of the fight for vaccine freedom in NJ.  Let your voice be heard, and galvanize progressive movement!

Don't miss us and our special guests this week as we get into, by some standards, controversial issues and lay the frame work for new perspectives and positive change.  Remember, "this news is for you by you...but it doesn't stop there."  Your input is important.  "It's news that can be acted upon."

Catch 'Progressive News Weekly' this Wednesday (October 21, 2009) 10:00-11:00 AM EDT.  Simply click on and you will be taken to the PRN home page.   Click on "listen to PRN live" to hear the show at 10:00 AM.

Join in on this candid discussion live, during the show, by calling (888-873-4643) or e-mailing me at:( during the show.

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Our last weeks program (10-14-09) is now available in the archives when we had a discussion metaphysic (Jim Powell) discussing personal and societal harmony and balance; in addition Dian Freeman (Certified Nutritionist and health advocate) and Ralph Fucetola (health attorney) updated us on health and vaccine info and rallies/calls to action.  If you would like a copy sent to you, contact me at number below or at: or

NOTE: You can listen to previous programs going back 3 months (go to click on 'archives' and look for 'Progressive News Weekly'.  The archives are listed by date and topic. 

 "Let us know of topics, issues, and/or people that deserve attention by the masses."  Keep in touch.

 Peace and Blessings to you and yours,

Darryl Clark


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