Today, 03/22/10, on American Indian Airwaves
"Chumash Nation & Resource Wars, Protecting Panhe, and Part II: Imagining a New Future in Mexico"
Marcus Lopez (Chumash Nation), discusses an oil development proposal within the City of Carpinteria (south of Santa Barbara, CA) and how it will impact the Chumash Nation.
Rebecca Robles (Acjachemen Nation), a grass-roots organizer and activist ( www.savepanhe.org and www.savesanonofre) joins us for this segment of the show to provide listeners with an update on the sacred site Panhe.
Gustavo Estera (Zapotec Nation), Actionist, joins us for this one-hour special on "Mexico: Imagining A New Future". Gustavo recently spoke at the University of California, Santa Barbara on Indigenous peoples struggles throughout the colonial country of Mexico, decolonization, self-determination, sovereignty, Mexico's human rights abuses, and prospects for new humane future.
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