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  • burntswamp
    Wednesday, 10/01/08, on American Indian Airwaves Ancestor s Walk, In the Throes of Protecting Panhe, and Indigenous Earth Movements Part
    Message 1 of 9 , Oct 1, 2008
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      Wednesday, 10/01/08, on American Indian Airwaves

      "Ancestor's Walk, In the Throes of Protecting Panhe, and Indigenous Earth Movements"


      Part 1:__________________________________
      Rebecca Robles (Acjachemen Nation), a grass-roots organizer and activist ( www.savepanhe.org and www.savesanonofre) joins us for this segment of the show to provide listeners with an update on the sacred site Panhe, the San Juanquin Toll Road Project in Orange County, CA and how developers and other proponents are attempting to undermine and overturn the recent California Coastal Commission ruling prohibiting the destruction of the sacred site, Panhe (San Clemente, CA). The United States Department of Commerce current rational for developing the toll road through Panhe is that it is a matter of national security. Public comments about the toll road can be submitted, by 10/2/08, to : thomas.street@...

      Rebecca also discusses the forthcoming "!2th Annual Ancestor Walk" being held this Saturday, October 4th, 2008 from 7:30am to 6pm. The Ancestor's Walk starts at Panhe (San Mateo Campgrounds), proceeds to Putiidhem, Kenyaanga, Bolsa Chica, Motuucheynga, and concludes at Puvungna (California State University, Long Beach) circa 4pm, carpooling is encouraged, and pot-luck prepared dishes are appreciated. For more information contact: Jimi Castillo (951)675-3344, Rhonda Robles (562) 633-9014, or visit www.savepanhe.org


      Part 2:__________________________________
      Dr. Luis Macas
      (Saraguro Nation), former President of CONAIE, Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (http://www.conaie.org/ and Seventh Generation Board of Director ( http://www.7genfund.org/ )  joins us for the second segment of the show to discuss a wide range of indigenous issues ranging from Globalization, geopolitical shifts in hemispheric economic and political power, decolonization, indigenous earth movements, and First Nations peoples and their respective First Nations connections to each other. 


      American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angles, FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara, and by Internet with Real Media Player, Winamp, & Itunes at http://www.kpfk.org ,
      and American Indian Airwaves now broadcast every Saturday from 3pm to 4pm (ECT) on WCRS 98.3/102.1 in Columbus, OH.

      SPECIAL NOTICE: weekly shows can now be heard on the KPFK web site under "audio archives" located on the left. Scroll down and click on American Indian Airwaves.
      http://www.myspace.com/aiairwaves
    • burntswamp
      Wednesday, 10/08/08, on American Indian Airwaves Columbus and Other Cannibals Jack Forbes (Powhatan-Renape/Deleware-Lenape Nations), activist, author and
      Message 2 of 9 , Oct 7, 2008
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        Wednesday, 10/08/08, on American Indian Airwaves

        "Columbus and Other Cannibals"


        Jack Forbes (Powhatan-Renape/Deleware-Lenape Nations), activist, author and professor emeritus and former chair of Native American Studies at the University of California Davis ( http://nas.ucdavis.edu/Forbes/) where he has served since 1969. In 1960-61 he developed proposals for Native American Studies programs and for an indigenous university. In l971 the D-Q University came into being as a result of that proposal.

        Jack joins us for the full hour to discuss his newest and forthcoming book "Columbus and Other Cannibals," which has been reissued, vastly expanded and even more relevant today.



        American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angles, FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara, and by Internet with Real Media Player, Winamp, & Itunes at http://www.kpfk.org ,
        and American Indian Airwaves now broadcast every Saturday from 3pm to 4pm (ECT) on WCRS 98.3/102.1 in Columbus, OH.

        SPECIAL NOTICE: weekly shows can now be heard on the KPFK web site under "audio archives" located on the left. Scroll down and click on American Indian Airwaves.
        http://www.myspace.com/aiairwaves
      • burntswamp
        Wednesday, 10/08/08, on American Indian Airwaves Columbus and Other Cannibals Jack Forbes (Powhatan-Renape/Deleware-Lenape Nations), activist, author and
        Message 3 of 9 , Oct 7, 2008
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          Wednesday, 10/08/08, on American Indian Airwaves

          "Columbus and Other Cannibals"


          Jack Forbes (Powhatan-Renape/Deleware-Lenape Nations), activist, author and professor emeritus and former chair of Native American Studies at the University of California Davis ( http://nas.ucdavis.edu/Forbes/) where he has served since 1969. In 1960-61 he developed proposals for Native American Studies programs and for an indigenous university. In l971 the D-Q University came into being as a result of that proposal.

          Jack joins us for the full hour to discuss his newest and forthcoming book "Columbus and Other Cannibals," which has been reissued, vastly expanded and even more relevant today.



          American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angles, FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara, and by Internet with Real Media Player, Winamp, & Itunes at http://www.kpfk.org ,
          and American Indian Airwaves now broadcast every Saturday from 3pm to 4pm (ECT) on WCRS 98.3/102.1 in Columbus, OH.

          SPECIAL NOTICE: weekly shows can now be heard on the KPFK web site under "audio archives" located on the left. Scroll down and click on American Indian Airwaves.
          http://www.myspace.com/aiairwaves
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