March 2017 Catalyst: Politics and Culture Archives

Retired COL. ANN WRIGHT was a career military officer in the Army and Army Reserves for 29 years. In 1987 she became a diplot with the U.S> State Dept. She resigned in 2003 in protest of the U.S. war on Iraq, becoming a peace activist. Hear her thoughts on Trump's 10% raise to the already bloated $650 Billion military budget, Russia, Syria and other current foreign policy issues.

A celebration of protest music from the "Wobblies" (Industrial Wokers of the World 1905 to present) to the Black freedom atruggle to women's rigths & peacemaking—-includes quotes fromactivists & poets.

The Council for Minnesotans of African Heritage (formerly known as Council for Black Minnesotans—name-change to be inclusive of East African immigrant communties) is working on their United Black Legislative Agenda at the Minnesota State Capitol.