Tune in to Planet Philadelphia 4-5:00 pm Friday 7/6/18 at 92.9 FM WGGT-LP on your radio dial in NW Philly or listen to the live stream on-line at www.gtownradio.com
Peter Winslow on Philadelphia Energy Solutions (PES) bankruptcy and back taxes. PES is the big problem-prone oil refinery in Grays Ferry. It recently went through bankruptcy, but there are still some big unaddressed questions, one of which is an enormous amount of back taxes owed Pennsylvania.
Peter Winslow is President of the Evolve Foundation and the Founder/President of the FLAG (the Free Loan Association for Germantown). He is actively engaged in advocacy for the environmental and social justice community, including initiatives of Green Justice Philly, Pennsylvania Interfaith Power and Light, 350 Philadelphia, POWER, Clean Water Action, and other organizations. He has participated in renewable energy and energy efficiency research and demonstration projects, including studies for the Department of Defense in association with Rutgers University, Carnegie Mellon University, and Siemens Corporate Technology.
Art as Social Change in Philadelphia:
Carnival de Resistance (CdR), a traveling carnival, village, and school for social change
CdR bridges the worlds of art, activism and faith. This summer, in Philadelphia, Holy Fool Arts is organizing its 7th Carnival de Resistance July 24th through August 5th. Weekend productions (weaving storytelling, dance theater, live music, and circus arts) will be at Arch St. United Methodist Church. Also, in venues throughout the city, CdR will explore healthy cultural and ecological practices and demonstrate fossil fuel free alternatives in an eco-village experiment. Our live radio guests from the Carnival will be:
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