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Making Contact Radio: Saving or Selling the Planet? REDD, Climate Change and Indigenous Lands | National Radio Project

Note: This episode of Making Contact is based upon the Global Justice Ecology Project DVD “A Darker Shade of Green: REDD Alert and the Future of Forests,” produced earlier this year.

To order a copy of the DVD, which includes two bonus features, email: info@globaljusticeecology.org

To listen to the Making Contact episode, click the link below:

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Saving or Selling the Planet? REDD, Climate Change and Indigenous Lands | National Radio Project.

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Making Contact Radio on OWS and Corporate Cash vs the 99%

cross-posted from Making Contact:

Democratic Boundaries: Corporate Cash vs. the 99%

October 25, 2011
To listen to this week’s feature, click on: Making Contact on OWS
  • This week’s program kicks off with a collage of voices from Occupys across the country.
  • Reporter Maeve Conran files a hopeful report from Boulder, Colorado where voters will soon decide on a referendum calling for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to establish that “only human beings, not corporations, are entitled to constitutional rights.”
  • Truthout’s Mike Ludwig reports for us from Ohio where voters will be deciding whether to veto a bill which could decimate workers in one of the strongest remaining union states.  Ludwig found a historic community organizing effort, facing off against record amounts of campaign contributions from increasingly faceless corporate donors.
  • Noam Chomsky explains the 14th Amendment, which was focused on personhood for slaves (not for corporations.) He traces the historical roots of corporate money-as-speech andthe Citizens United Supreme Court decision.


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