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  • Voices 4/15/08

    Executive Producer/Host: Amy Browne

    Contributing Producer: Jim Fisher

    Topics: Segment 1: Passamaquoddy activist David Moses Bridges speaking at the 2008 Maine Water Symposium: Who Owns Maine’s Water, on March 29th, 2008. David Moses Bridges, along with others, has been fighting to protect Passamaquoddy Bay from development for Liquidified Natural Gas facilities.

    The symposium was sponsored by the Alliance for Democracy and the Water For Life Campaign and co-sponsored by the Maine Fair Trade Campaign and Maine’s Chapter of the Women’s League for Peace and Freedom.

    FMI: www.defendingwaterforlifeinmaine.org

    Segment 2:  The upcoming 2008 Peninsula Pan Festival in Blue Hill.  Al Abrahamson, President of Peninsula Pan discusses the origins of Pan Music in Blue Hill and the 2008 Pan Festival with interviewer Jim Fisher.

    FMI: www.peninsulapan.org/panfest/

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    Published on April 15, 2008 · Filed under: Voices & Weekend Voices;
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