Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Censored blog radio: Navajo and Hopi protest Peabody Coal in Denver

Today's radio show begins with the Navajo and Hopi delegation in Denver protesting against a life of mine permit for genocidal Peabody Coal, recorded by Mano Cockrum. Moderated by Enei Begaye, Navajo, with Hopis Dale Jackson and Maxine Wadsworth and Navajos Wahleah John, John Benally, Leonard Benally and others.
--Next is Western Shoshone Carrie Dann speaking on the sacredness of Mount Tenabo, now being bulldozed by Barrick Gold, from Larry Smith at American Indian Airwaves.
--Keith Secola in concert follows at the AIM West 40-Year Reunion in San Francisco, recorded by Earthcycles.
--Janice Gardipe concludes with a Paiute song of a little sparrow bird leaving its nest, recorded at the end of the Longest Walk in Greenbelt, Maryland, recorded by Earthcycles. Blog radio:
Special thanks to everyone who contributed to this broadcast!

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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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