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Sunday, June 15, 2008

Listen, Columbus Ohio mayor's office expresses regret over police attack

The latest from Longest Walk Talk Radio

By Brenda Norrell
http://www.bsnorrell.blogspot.com/

Listen to new interviews and Native songs on http://www.earthcycles.net/, Longest Walk Talk Radio. Columbus Ohio mayor's office expresses deep regret over police attack on Longest Walk; Peace and Dignity runners are on their way to meet the Longest Walk; Mike Wilson, Tohono O'odham, speaks on people dying on Tohono O'odham land for "want of a drink of water," and Long Walker youths, Danny, Washo, and Craig, Navajo, share songs.
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Length/Size
2008-06-13_changenamecolumbus.mp3
one hour 3 min Change the Name of Columbus ,Ohio
h58.08 Mb
2009-06-13_mindset.mp3
one hour 5 min Traditional Knowledge What is Lost
h59.8 Mb
2008-06-13_peaceanddignity.mp3
Peace and Dignity Runners meet Longest Walkers
12:2311.34 Mb
2009-06-13_mikewilson.mp3
Mike Wilson, Border Wars, Humanitarian Aid, Human Rights
27:2625.12 Mb
2008-06-13_longesttalk.mp3
18:4417.16 Mb
2009-06-13_dannyandcraig.mp3
16:2114.97 Mb

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