[140] Drone Pilots Wanted, Exxon’s Oily Ethics, & Women in the Media w/ Joanne Bamberger





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Published on Dec 1, 2015

On this episode of “Watching the Hawks” Tyrel Ventura & Tabetha Wallace discuss the Air Force’s inability to find enough drone pilots to fly its missions. ExxonMobil goes on the offensive against Columbia University’s Journalism School for publishing stories incriminating the corporation in climate change equivocation.

Tyrel offers a tribute to Rosa Parks on the 60th anniversary of her resistance in a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. Author of “The Hillary Paradox,” Joanne Bamberger joins the team in the studio to talk about the underrepresentation of women in the media. We close out with the heartwarming story of the unlikely friendship between a goat and a tiger in Russia’s far east.

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