The Nature of Truth

The Nature of Truth project is a forthcoming series of community radio digital albums and broadcast radio programs featuring music from recording artists for environmental justice, human rights, freedom of speech and culture for the common good.

Community Radio Digital Albums


The Purpose of The Nature of Truth

By providing music downloads, recording artists create the basis for a new revenue stream supporting noncommercial radio stations and public media organizations;

Stations broadcasting The Nature of Truth radio shows receive financial benefit from the sales of Community Digital Albums;

Community organizations promoting The Nature of Truth to their constituents also receive financial benefit from digital album sales while fostering awareness of the need to support public media;

A vibrant collaboration between artists, organizations and public media is proven to enhance economic growth and development in cities across the USA.

The Nature of Truth
Community Digital Albums

National Radio Organizations


Noncommercial Radio Stations


Community Organizations


Recording Artists


Media Alliance - Fiscal Sponsor


Artists for Media Diversity


For Example:
10,000 Community Digital Albums

Monthly sales of 10,000 Community Digital Albums featuring 20 songs from recording artists contributing music for the common good generates $200,000.

With 50 radio stations broadcasting The Nature of Truth radio shows, each station would receive $1,000 and enhanced services from their national radio organizations.

With 5 national radio organizations participating in The Nature of Truth project, each organization would receive $4,000 for distributing radio shows and proceeds to their affiliated radio stations.

$50,000 could be divided between community organizations and radio stations promoting sales of community digital albums from their websites and newsletters.

The sponsoring national radio or community organization of "The Nature of Truth would receive $30,000. 

Artists for Media Diversity would receive $20,000 to pay for production of more community digital albums & national radio shows, plus create future projects that support and strengthen community development by fostering tour support for recording artists contributing to the common good.

Then, when you imagine the sale of 100,000 community digital albums, you begin to understand the synergetic scope of the vision of the founders of Artists for Media Diversity and the producers of The Nature of Truth.

And we all rise together.


Producers of The Nature of Truth


Gerald Torres is a leading figure in critical race theory, environmental law and federal Indian Law. Currently Jane M.G. Foster Professor and Faculty Fellow at the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future at Cornell University, he previously served as the Bryant Smith Chair in Law at the University of Texas School of Law and taught at The University of Minnesota Law School, where he served as Associate Dean. He is also a former president of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS). Torres has served as deputy assistant attorney general for the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., and as counsel to then U.S. attorney general Janet Reno.


With a 30 year history as a songwriter and recording artist, Barbara K,  together with Wolfgang Pracht, a songwriter, musician and trusted advisor with multiple degrees in Anglistics (English Language and Literature), Germanistic (German Language and Literature), Pedagogics, Didactics, Sociology and Comparative Religion from Bonn University in Germany, have a 12 year history of developing community services that engage songwriters and recording artists in support of community organizations via Sparrows Wheel and Artists for Media Diversity.