Thirty Years Since Allende Audio
Peter Kornbluh, Director of the National Security Archive and author of The Pinochet File: A Declassified Dossier on Atrocity and Accountability. Kornbluh talks about Chile and the thirty years since Allende. The Situation in Iraq Audio Ian Williams, United Nations correspondent for The Nation. Williams discusses what the future UN role in Iraq might be.
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Leland Thompson is a young Coushatta man. When we met him he was preparing to be married. Leland works for the tribe. His job is to visit the elders and to gain whatever knowledge and memories that they might have before they are lost. More information about Leland Thompson – including a documentary and recording.
Songs of the People or Oyate Ta Olowan is a public radio series that takes you to the homelands of 52 different tribes, and invites you to sit, have a cup of tea and listen while the individual artist gives you a glimpse of this great national legacy.
The project began as a labor of love in the mid 1990’s with Milt and Jamie Lee, a husband and wife audio production team located in Rapid City, SD. This ambitious project was launched with major funding from the Corporation of Public Broadcasting and the National Endowment of the Arts.
John Burbank is the Executive Director and founder of the Economic Opportunity Institute (EOI), an activist, progressive, think tank located in Seattle, Washington. Never content with just “think,” Burbank has developed a think-do organization that not only puts into place innovative public policies but monitors their implementation and evaluates their progress. He is a syndicated columnist in the Pacific Northwest and offers a refreshing view from “the other Washington.” You can subscribe to EOI’s free, bimonthly ezine at ezine@EOIonline.org. Visit the Economic Opportunity Institute’s Web site:
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