[HCCN] Fwd: WERU program link : Reflecions on the Elections and Moving Forward

Judy-ROBBINS jprobbins at myfairpoint.net
Sat Nov 8 11:01:32 EST 2014


For those who may have  missed this, and those who may not have had power in their homes all week. — JR

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> From: corresponding signal <correspondingsignal at hotmail.com>
> Subject: WERU program link : Reflecions on the Elections and Moving Forward
> Date: November 8, 2014 at 10:55:27 AM EST
> To: corresponding signal <correspondingsignal at hotmail.com>
> 
>  Here is a link to a program aired on WERU Community Radio this past Thursday.
> 
> http://archives.weru.org/radioactive/2014/11/radioactive-11614/
> RadioActive 11/6/14
> 
> Producer/Host: Meredith DeFrancesco
> Issue: Environmental and Social Justice
> Program Topic: Reactions to Elections by People Working on Social and Environmental issues
> Key Discussion Points:
> a) Today we hear some reflections on the mid term elections, both state and national, by people who work on social and environmental issues within Maine.
> b) Guests reflect on at the continued probable impacts on labor, healthcare, social safety net, international free trade agreements, tribal sovereignty, environmental health and climate change.
> c) Guests also emphasize the need for people to work outside of the political-economic system to make impactful change at a community level, particularly to address climate change.
> Guests:
> A) Emery Deabay, president of the United Steelworkers of Maine, union local 1188. .Deabay has worked at the Verso paper milll for over 30 years. He has been active in the Maine Fair Trade Campaign and the Brewer based organization Food and Medicine.
> B) Sherri Mitchell, indigenous rights attorney, environmental activist, member of the Penobscot Nation
> C) Hedi Brugger, 350 Maine, Seeds for Justice
> 
> 
> Meredith DeFrancesco
> producer/ journalist
> WERU FM 89.9 Blue Hill
> 99.9 FM Bangor, Maine
> www.weru.org
> 207 469 6600
> (c) 207 266 6846

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