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What Is Hempcrete? And Democrats Resistance To Change (Black Tower Radio Interview)

Posted in Act Out!, Audio, Journalism, and Ministry of Hemp

On the first Wednesday of every month, I appear on Black Tower Radio to discuss my latest journalism.

Hempcrete is a simple and unique building material that creates sustainable, durable, and healthy homes. Leigh Humphries, a student at Cape Fear Community College in North Carolina, used hempcrete to create a unique doghouse as her final project. Hempcrete isn’t just for dogs, though: it’s a versatile and highly insulative material which is appearing in more and more buildings across the United States.

Plus, the Democrats are calling for a “summer of resistance” but the history of the party suggests they’re unable to embrace real progressive change. We look back at the history of the Wisconsin Uprising, and examine the problems in modern U.S. democracy such as the electoral college.

An activist waves a yellow and black Occupy Wall Streeet flag in New York City on March 23, 2012. (Flickr / B.C. Lorio, CC NC ND license)

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