Global Justice Ecology Project Partners with KPFK Los Angeles’ Sojourner Truth Show: Features Call for Emergency Gulf Oil Spill Actions This Friday 5/14/10
Listen to today’s “Earth Minute” commentary about the call to action:
Prior to the UN Climate Talks in Copenhagen last year, Global Justice Ecology Project teamed up with Pacifica’s KPFK Radio station in Los Angeles for a series of interviews during the climate talks. Every day during the two weeks of the climate conference, GJEP’s New Voices on Climate Change program organized daily 15 minute interviews for KPFK’s Sojourner Truth Show, hosted by Margaret Prescod.
We are now collaborating with the Sojourner Truth show for 12 minute interviews every Thursday. We have also recently added a new “Earth Minute” feature. The Earth Minute is an ecological news commentary written and recorded by Global Justice Ecology Project, that airs every Tuesday.
For more on why taking action is important, listen to last Thursday’s Sojourner Truth show, which focused on the gulf oil spill.
The show includes interviews with 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; Glen Smith, a local fisherman from the Gulf; impacted members of the Indigenous Houma Nation of the Gulf coast; an activist who works in African American communities along the Gulf; and analysis from an expert on peak oil.
To listen, click the link below:
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