We discuss synthetic biology, Silkwood (the movie), the color purple (not the movie), the gay bomb and more with guests Jim Thomas of the ETC Group, whistleblower Becky McClain, and independent researcher Edward Hammond. See our show notes for links to information about our guests and more.
Check back soon for episode 2, BioBeware, and hear us discuss synthetic biology, Silkwood, the gay bomb, the color purple and why we should have stuck with khaki! Our guests are Jim Thomas of the ETC Group, whistleblower Becky McClain, and independent researcher Edward Hammond.
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Inno Nagara is the author of A is for Activist, a wonderful children’s book you should all have! Order it here. He is a co-founder and member of the Design Action Collective, a worker-owned business that provides design and communications tools to social justice organizations.
Ludovic Blain is a community activist who has spent more than 20 years working for voting rights, fighting against industrial polluters, and organizing for social change. In 2007 Essence magazine named him a “Do Right Man.”
Michael Green is Executive Director of the Center for Environmental Health, one of the nation’s leading groups working to protects children and families from toxic chemicals and to promote business products and practices that are safe for public health and the environment. He is regularly quoted in the media on issues relating to chemical health threats, and blogs at the Huffington Post.
As promised in this episode, here’s a picture of our host Charles Margulis (the chubby guy on the left) in his “yachting” suit!