The Gulf Oil Spill: Thursday’s Sojourner Truth show on KPFK Los Angeles radio
Global Justice Ecology Project and the Sojourner Truth show on Pacifica’s KPFK station in Los Angeles partner each week to bring you the latest Climate Connections news. This week, Dune Lankard, a member of the Eagle Clan from Alaska’s Copper River Delta and expert on the legacy of the Exxon Valdez oil spill and Glen Smith, a local fisherman from the Gulf, speak out about the impact of the Gulf Oil spill and our addiction to oil.
From the massive Gulf Oil Spill to the legacy of Exxon Valdez, as oil sinks to the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, and sea life, wetlands, and survival of entire communities are under threat, we go in depth. –
The Sojourner Truth show interviewed those impacted including: the Houma Nation who are the Indigenous People along the Gulf coast; a fisherman concerned about his future; a member of the Eagle Clan from Alaska’s Copper River Delta; an activist in African American communities along the Gulf, and we get analysis from an expert on peak oil.