This Week's Program: Wednesday, September 23, 2015

LOUISE BENALLY (Dineh) Benally is a long-time human and environmental rights activist who resides on the Navajo Nation. Ghosthorse also speaks with the three artists who are "Postcommodity," interdisciplinary Indigenous arts collective based in the Southwest. Postcommodity's land art installation "Repellent Fence" will be on view Oct. 9-12, 2015 near Douglas, AZ and Agua Prieta, Mexico. More information can be found at

This Week's Program: Wednesday, April 28, 2010

KARMEN RAMIREZ BOSCAN (Wayuu) - the real life of Avatar’s Indigenous peoples - talks about the impact of Colombia’s armed conflict and trans-national companies. The Wayuu’s opposition to eight megaprojects - Jepirachi Wind Park, the Caribe Gas Pipeline between Colombia and Venezuela, the Rancheria River dam, and especially to the El Cerrejon mine were the reasons for the official persecution.


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