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  • RadioActive 11/12/09

    Producers/Hosts: Meredith DeFrancesco and Amy Browne
    Audio Contributed by: Adam Lacher
    Segment 1: The struggles and violent repression of Honduran civil society during their work for constitutional reform and the restoration of President Zelaya are being supported internationally at the civil society level. A place of particular support is from the social movement in neighboring El Salvador. Rosa Centeno Valle, the national director of CRIPDES, a network of over 350 organized communities in El Salvador, speaks about the need for international solidarity. FMI: www.CRIPDES.net www.elsalavdorsolidarity.org
    Disaster Relief Website: www.reliefweb.int/rw/rwb.nsf/doc106?openForm&rc=2&cc=slv&po=0&so=63
    Segment 2: The Maine Green Independent Party held an Issues Forum in Belfast on October 25th, featuring their candidate for Governor, Lynne Williams. Today we bring you an excerpt of her talk in which she focused on the issue of who owns Maine’s water

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    Published on November 12, 2009 · Filed under: RadioActive;
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