Archives for Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign

RadioActive 4/23/09

Producers/Hosts: Amy Browne & Meredith DeFrancesco
Cheri Honkala, the National Coordinator of the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign, was in Maine in early April for a speaking tour. Today we bring you some of her remarks at an event at the University of Maine on April 2nd, 2009. Audio recorded by John Greenman

**Correction: This event took place at the Worker’s Center in Brewer, Maine in early April

Conversations Through the Ism Prism 4/07/09

Producer/Host: Anita Arnold
Studio Engineer: Amy Browne
Topic: Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign
What is the campaign and how is it connected to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? Why is poverty invisible and why are poor people blamed for their lack of resources? What is needed to mobilize resources to change the system of poverty in Maine?
Guest: Cheri Honkola, National Coordinator of the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign
Call-in show
FMI: www.economichumanrights.org; www.mejp.org (Maine Equal Justice Partners)