Thursday, June 24, 2010

Earthcycles' Govinda talks with Free Speech TV in Detroit

Govinda, broadcasting live on Earthcycles,, from the US Social Forum in Detroit, talks with Free Speech TV, also broadcasting live from the Social Forum.

Earthcycles has broadcast live from the Indigenous Border Summits on Tohono O'odham land and across Indian country, from the Lakotas' sacred Bear Butte to Western Shoshone land and Navajoland. On the Earthcycles radio bus across America, Earthcycles and Censored News broadcast the Longest Walk Talk Radio, for five months, from Feb. through July of 2008. Focused on the destruction to Mother Earth by mining, drilling and power plants, Earthcycles and Censored News broadcast live from the Havasupai and Acoma Pueblo uranium forums in the summer and fall of 2009. In April, Earthcycles broadcast from the World Peoples Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth in Bolivia. Earthcycles and Censored News have no sponsors or advertising and provide a volunteer media service to Indigenous Peoples. (Photo Earthcycles bus at the end of the Longest Walk in DC. Photo Brenda Norrell.)

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Censored News is published by censored journalist Brenda Norrell. A journalist for 27 years, Brenda lived on the Navajo Nation for 18 years, writing for Navajo Times, AP, USA Today, Lakota Times and other American Indian publications. After being censored and then terminated by Indian Country Today in 2006, she began the Censored Blog to document the most censored issues. She currently serves as human rights editor for the U.N. OBSERVER & International Report at the Hague and contributor to Sri Lanka Guardian, Narco News and CounterPunch. She was cohost of the 5-month Longest Walk Talk Radio across America, with Earthcycles Producer Govinda Dalton in 2008:
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