This week McPherson interviews Ray McGovern, a legend in the whistle-blower community. Ray leads the “Speaking Truth to Power” section of Tell the Word, an expression of the ecumenical Church of the Saviour in inner-city Washington. A co-director of the Servant Leadership School between 1998 and 2004, he has been teaching there for 15 years.
McPherson's guests this week are Myrna Lorraine and Mike Ferrigan. Lorraine and Ferrigan are anarchists who administer the Near Term Human Extinction Support Group page on Facebook.
Myrna Lorraine is an unschooling mom and a novice permaculture gardener living in the small town of Paris, Ontario, Canada. She has a background in Political Science and Women’s Studies from York University in Toronto.
Mike Ferrigan lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, and he has coordinated many campaigns on environmental and social justice issues. A grassroots activist for 30 years, Ferrigan received the Best Green Campaigner award in the inaugural Scottish Green Awards of 2009 for his life-long dedication and achievements.
McPherson will wrap up the show with an extensive climate-change update.
McPherson is joined this week by Reese Jones and Peter Melton. Jones studies and works in the technology field. She loves the Earth and all things natural, especially the precious, innocent creatures and green verdancy that bring it to life. Melton studied McPherson's work and hosted McPherson and organized a recent speaking tour in California and Oregon. He received an undergraduate degree in communications and has worked for many years in the non-profit sector furthering the human-potential movement. He has dedicated himself to sharing the message of abrupt climate change and the subsequent emotional and spiritual responses.
McPherson’s guest this week is Cory Morningstar. Wrong Kind of Green The Art of Annihilation Political Context CounterpunchCanadians for Action on Climate Change Countercurrents Bolivia Rising Cambio the official newspaper of the Plurinational State of Bolivia. The show broadcasts from the campus of California State University in Chico, California and includes a segment on Breaking Hopium from Forrest Palmer.