Damita Brown talks with Christine Nobliss, Founder of Great Plains Action Society about Native American issues and how they intersect with Black issues: voter suppression; Covid-19 impact; missing, murdered and exploited women; land theft; gun violence and more. Support independent media at wortfm.org or call 608-256-2001!
Damita Brown talks with Christine Nobiss, Founder of Great Plains Action Society about indigenous rights, water rights, and the intersection of capitalism and the environment. More information at https://www.greatplainsaction.org/ Water is Sacred Indigenous Day Flotilla photo by John Duffy on Flickr: https://flic.kr/p/Hnj4VX
Damita Brown talks with… – Anthony Cooper, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and Reentry Services from Nehemiah about prison reform, court reforms, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, banning the box and what it’s like returning to free society. More information at https://nehemiah.org/ – Christine Nobiss, Founder of Great Plains Action Society about indigenous rights, water rights, and […]
Now in its 20th year, the Midwest Environmental Advocates works to defend public rights, protect environmental rights, and is a watchdog for transparency and accountability in government. Peg Sheaffer, Development and Marketing Director, talks about what’s happening in the state.