|⇦|| Episode #328 - Indigenous Rights, Melting Ice and Our Common Future
(Wisdom from an Onondaga Faith-keeper and a Zapotec Psychologist)
|⌚ Sat 17 June 2006 ☻Oren Lyons, Edita Alavez Ruiz|
Download Hour1 Download Hour2After 500 years of immiseration, the remnants of America's indigenous people are rising in our time, demanding that old promises be kept, and offering ancient wisdom to salvage our common future - this week we'll hear from two people who stand in both worlds - Oren Lyons. Onondaga faith-keeper, scholar and internationally known humans rights activist of central New York and Edita Alavez Ruiz, a Zapotec psychologist from the state of Oaxaca Mexico.
Thanks to Stephen Bartlett
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