Paul Cienfuegos’ March 31st, 2015 Commentary on KBOO Evening News (His weekly commentaries are broadcast every Tuesday evening. You can view or listen to them all at PaulCienfuegos.com, CommunityRightsPDX.org/podcast, or subscribe via ITunes.)
Greetings! You are listening to the weekly commentary by yours truly, Paul Cienfuegos. I had the privilege of spending a few hours earlier today with Winona LaDuke, founder and director of Honor the Earth, and the Green Party’s Vice-Presidential candidate with Ralph Nader in their campaigns of 2000 and 2004. She is a member of the Mississippi Band of the White Earth Reservation of the Anishinaabe Nation on land which is now commonly known as Minnesota. She was in town to give a speech at the Vine Deloria Jr annual lecture series at Reed College in Portland, Oregon.
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Next week I’ll be playing the interview I did with Winona LaDuke’s partner, Don Wedll, about Native American law-making. Don has been helping Native communities to write laws that protect their land and water for more than 30 years. Don’t miss it! You’ve been listening to the weekly commentary by yours truly, Paul Cienfuegos. You can hear future commentaries every Tuesday on the KBOO Evening News in Portland, Oregon, and now also in Viroqua, Wisconsin on WDRT, every Tuesday at 7pm. I welcome your feedback. You can subscribe to my weekly podcast via I-Tunes or at CommunityRightsPDX.org. You can follow me on twitter at CienfuegosPaul. You can sign up for my newsletter at PaulCienfuegos.com. THANKS FOR LISTENING! And remember: WE are the people we’ve been WAITING for!