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Episode 5 – Climate Reality Leadership Project

Written and Directed by: Doug Nunn Voice overs by: Doug Nunn and Ken Krauss Executive Producer: Marshall Brown ————————————– From August 28-30, 2018 SnapSessions! own Doug Nunn attended the Climate Reality Leadership Project’s training at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Southern California. Nunn was one of over 2200 trainees, 150 mentors, numerous scientists, politicians,…
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Episode 4 – Bob “Kap” Kaputof

Written and Directed by: Doug Nunn Voice overs by: Doug Nunn, Ken Krauss, and Christine Samas. Executive Producer: Marshall Brown ————————————– Article #1 – Kill All Normies, Online Culture Wars from 4Chan and Tumblr to Trump and the Alt Right by Angela Nagle. A short discussion. Voices: Doug Nunn and Ken Krauss Segment Producer: Ken Krauss ————————————–…
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Episode 3 – Liz Helenchild

Episode Notes: 50 Minutes Article #1 —”Who Said It—Pepé Le Pew or Donald Trump?”—NY Times Valentine’s Day, 2018 Interview – Liz Helenchild, storied Mendocino DJ, aka Late Night Liz or Bessie Mae Mucho Article #2 – Make China Great Again, New Yorker Article from January 2018, by Evan Osnos Article #3 -Homo Sapiens, the Hard Ass Specie, inspired by NPR report…
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Episode 2 – Christine Samas

Episode Notes: Article I–an appreciative report on The New Yorker article–“Annals of Ecology, Home Invasion–Infiltrating Residences and decimating crops, the Stink Bug keeps Spreading” by Kathryn Schulz, March 2018 Interview with Craftswoman Christine Samas Article II–“Remember When We Used to Have Friends?” Looking at Trump Foreign policy and our relations with the world. Music Credits:…
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Episode 1 – Steve Weingarten

Notes: Episode Notes: Article #1 – 7 German Words Interview – Steve Weingarten Article #2 – GI Bill Article #3 – Jim Jefferies Monologue on Guns Welcome to Snap Sessions!, a podcast that looks at artists and their creative pursuits from Northern California to Europe and beyond, as well as investigating provocative articles and broadcasts across the political spectrum. On a…
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