Part 1:____________________________
Deborah White Plume (Lakota Nation), community activist and founder of Owe Aku ( Bring Back the Way ), joins us to discuss the recent actions by Lakotas and their allies in opposing the TransCanada s Keystone XL pipeline project, the recess in action in Rapid City, SD; plans for future actions, the impact the oil and uranium industries are having back home, and what people can do to oppose the Keystone XL pipeline as well as the Powertec Uranium Corporations Dewey Burdock Project, flanking the southwest of the Black Hills (http://www.powertechuranium.com/s/DeweyBurdock.asp)

Part 2:____________________________
Bobby Andrew(Yu pik Nation), Bristol Bay Representative and community activist, and Kimberly Williams (Yu pik Nation), community activist and founder and Executive Director of Nunamta Aulukesta (http://www.nunamta.org/), joins us to discuss the Pebble Mine project, a large-scale copper and gold mine in Alaska s Bristol Bay region. If the mine is approved, then it would destroy the largest sockeye salmon fishery in the world as well as have devastating, genocidal impacts on Indigenous peoples and their respective First Nations throughout the Bristol Bay region in Alaska.

ON World Possibilities | March 6, 2014 | 5:00 am

OPPOSING THE KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE, POWERTECH URANIUM CO., AND PEBBLE MINE

Part 1:____________________________
Deborah White Plume (Lakota Nation), community activist and founder of Owe Aku ( Bring Back the Way ), joins us to discuss the recent actions by Lakotas and their allies in opposing the TransCanada s Keystone XL pipeline project, the recess in action in Rapid City, SD; plans for future actions, the impact the oil and uranium industries are having back home, and what people can do to oppose the Keystone XL pipeline as well as the Powertec Uranium Corporations Dewey Burdock Project, flanking the southwest of the Black Hills (http://www.powertechuranium.com/s/DeweyBurdock.asp)

Part 2:____________________________
Bobby Andrew(Yu pik Nation), Bristol Bay Representative and community activist, and Kimberly Williams (Yu pik Nation), community activist and founder and Executive Director of Nunamta Aulukesta (http://www.nunamta.org/), joins us to discuss the Pebble Mine project, a large-scale copper and gold mine in Alaska s Bristol Bay region. If the mine is approved, then it would destroy the largest sockeye salmon fishery in the world as well as have devastating, genocidal impacts on Indigenous peoples and their respective First Nations throughout the Bristol Bay region in Alaska.

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