Terra Verde

Standing Rock and the Flowering of Native Resistance

Since late August, Indigenous people and their allies descended on camps along Cannonball River at the northern boundary of the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota, to decry the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline. The pipeline, if built, would stretch one thousand one hundred and seventy-two miles (1,172) miles and carry half a million … Continued

The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 26, 2005

7:00 amShopping Bags for a Price. Christine Rosen, Professor of Business at the Hass Business School of UC Berkeley; Gloria Chan, spokesperson SF Dept of the Environment; Martin Bourque, Executive Director of Berkeley’s Ecology Center. 7:30 amDavid Bacon on Labor: On this week’s Labor Report, on KPFA’s Morning Show, hosts David Bacon and Philip Maldari … Continued

The Morning Show

The Morning Show – December 15, 2004

7:00 amGeneral Augusto Pinochet on Trial. Hector Salgado, Chilean film maker, former political prisoner; Reed Brody, Special Counsel Human Rights Watch. 7:30 am David Bacon on Labor. Sara Flocks from Young Workers United; John Dalrymple, executive secretary of the Contra Costa Central Labor Council. www.unitetowin.org 8:00 am Inspiring and educating young people: Destiny Arts on … Continued