Making Contact

Making Contact – “Looking Back, Moving Forward: Making Contact’s 2010 Year in Review”

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An earthquake in Haiti.  The BP oil spill.  A crumbling US economy and educational system.  And domestic workers in New York receive a historic bill of rights.  We look back at some stories we brought you in 2010, and look ahead to 2011.

 Featuring:

Pierre Labossierre, Haiti Action Committee; Ansel Herz, independent journalist living in Haiti; Albert Naquin, Isle de Jean Charles Band of Biloxi-Chitimachas Tribal Chief; Aaron Viles, Gulf Restoration Network Campaign Director; Robert Gorman, Catholic Charities Houma-Thibodaux Executive Director; R.J. Molinair & Clairece Fralou, Gulf Coast residents; Marguerite Higa, parent, organizer of Save Our Schools Hawaii; Ai-Jen Poo,Pat Francois, Domestic Workers United member. National Domestic Workers Alliance Director.

 

For More Information:

Haiti Action Committee

http://www.haitisolidarity.net/

 

Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

http://www.ijdh.org/

 

Ansel Herz

www.mediahacker.org

 

Democracy Now’s coverage of earthquake in Haiti

http://www.democracynow.org/tags/haiti_earthquake

 

Gulf Restoration Network –New Orleans, LA

http://healthygulf.org/

 

Global Exchange Chevron Program –San Francisco, CA

http://www.globalexchange.org/campaigns/chevronprogram/

 

Mobilization for Climate Justice

http://www.actforclimatejustice.org

 

Antonia Juhasz

http://www.tyrannyofoil.org/

 

Act Against Oil-Abolish Offshore Drilling

http://www.actagainstoil.com/

 

Biloxi-Chitimacha Confederation of Muskogees

http://www.biloxi-chitimacha.com/

 

Catholic Charities Houma-Thibodaux – Houma, LA

http://www.htdiocese.org/CatholicCharitiesHome/tabid/105/Default.aspx

 

Louisiana Bucket Brigade

http://www.labucketbrigade.org/

 

Louisiana Environmental Action Network

http://leanweb.org/

 

Rethinking Schools

http://www.rethinkingschools.org/index.shtml

 

Save Our Schools Hawaii

 http://www.sos808.org

 

National Domestic Workers Alliance

http://www.nationaldomesticworkeralliance.org/

 

Domestic Workers United

http://www.domesticworkersunited.org/

 

 United States Social Forum

http://www.ussf2010.org/

 

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