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  • Wabanaki Windows 9/20/16

    Producer/Host: Donna Loring
    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Issue: North Dakota Access Pipeline part 2

    Program Topic: Largest gathering of Tribes in 100 years

    Key Discussion Points:
    a) Any new developments in the courts
    b) Corporate Oil and it’s destruction of Native Land?
    c) Attempt to cover up its use of force against Native people at site
    d) What can we do to support the Human and Civil Rights of the Tribes?

    Sherri Mitchell, Esq.Director of the Land Peace Foundation. she is a Native Rights and Environmental Activist and a Penobscot Nation Tribal Member
    Former Passamaquoddy Tribal Representative Matt Dana just back from Standing Rock
    Tara Houska, Tribal Rights Attorney and National Campaigns Director for Honor the Earth working closely with Winona LaDuke. Tara is at the Standing Rock Camp site.

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