On Air

Sustain It playlist for 06/12/2020

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)Link
XTCDear God
Tracy ChapmanTalkin' Bout A Revolution
Rage Against The MachineCalm Like a Bomb
Bob MarleyRevolutionNatty Dread
OxygenCode RedAge Appropriateox-the-architect.bandcamp.com
Rage Against The MachineVoice of the Voiceless
Public EnemyFight The PowerDo the Right Thing Soundtrackwww.youtube.com
James BrownI'm Black and Proud
Bob MarleyOne Love/People Get ReadyLegend
Peter ToshEqual Rights
Johnny CashWhat Is Truth?Essential
Gil Scott-HeronDid You Hear What They Said?
Gil Scott-HeronThe Revolution Will Not Be Televised
Jim Crow Blues

From the Hamptons Observatory:
Hi Folks, I sincerely hope that you and your families have remained healthy, are
coping well and that you continue to do so.

On Monday, June 15th, starting at 7:00 PM, Hamptons Observatory will
join the Accabonac Protection Committee (www.accabonac.org) to bring you
an evening of virtual stargazing. Our own Senior Educator and NASA Solar
System Ambassador, William Francis Taylor, will lead you on a
fascinating, illustrated trip through the summer night sky via Zoom.
William will tell you about and show images of celestial objects that
can be seen with the naked eye so you can later go outside and do some
non-virtual stargazing yourself.

For information about the Zoom meeting, please contact:

All the best,
Donna L. McCormick
Executive Director

Hamptons Observatory (or HO, formerly Montauk Observatory), a 501(c)(3)
NYS nonprofit that relies on public support has served the South Fork
since 2005. Its mission: to foster interest in science, particularly
astronomy, through educational programs. Lectures, star parties,
portable planetarium shows and other events are held throughout the
South Fork, often in collaboration with other nonprofit organizations
that host our events at their facilities. HO has established the first
astronomical observatory on the South Fork (on the campus of the Ross
School in East Hampton), complete with Long Island's largest
research-grade telescope; these facilities will soon be accessible over
the internet to students, teachers, researchers and the general public.
Hamptons Observatory offers all of its programs free-of-charge to make
them as accessible as possible to all.