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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Earthcycles, live from San Francisco Nov. 24 -- 28, 2008

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News
SAN FRANCISCO -- Earthcycles web radio returns to the air live during November. From Monday, Nov. 24, through Friday, Nov. 28, Earthcycles will broadcast live from San Francisco, with coverage of the events of 40th anniversary of the American Indian Movement AIM-West, the International Indian Treaty Council and Alcatraz Island.
Earthcycles producer Govinda Dalton, and cohost Brenda Norrell, will be in San Francisco for the week to host the live show.
Dalton, who lives in northern California, and Norrell, based in Tucson, were cohosts of the Longest Walk Talk Radio, on the five-month walk across America. Native Americans walked from Alcatraz to DC for sacred places and protection of Mother Earth.
The same issues covered by the Longest Walk Talk Radio will be highlighted in this month's weeklong, on-air coverage, including the proliferation of coal mines, power plants and drilling in Indian country; the militarization of the US borders and the oppression and violations of human rights of Indigenous Peoples around the world.
As we plan our programming, we would like to hear from you. Please contact us if you have interviews or issues to include.
Listen to Earthcycles and the Longest Walk five-month series at:
In solidarity, Brenda Norrell
Photo: Earthcycles bus in DC near the US Capitol, when the Longest Walk arrived in DC in July of 2008. Photo Brenda Norrell

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