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audioSF Anti-Citibank Demo Highlights (audio/mpeg 15.0MB) by Kellia Ramares
A11 Demostrators made symbolic deposits at 4 Citi locations, to protest redlining, predatory lending, and forest destruction. (26:10)...
Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2001 1:21AM
audioPublic Support for the Environmental Movement, Implications for the Bush Admin.. (video/x-pn-realvideo 0.1KB) by Free Press at SF State
Dr. Riley Dunlap, a leading environmental sociologist from WSU, speaks about public support for the environmental movement and implications for the Bush administration. 1 hour and 20 minutes realaudio with charts and graph....
Posted: Tue Mar 20, 2001 6:37PM
audioVoices of the Mattole Forest Defenders (video/x-pn-realvideo 0.1KB) by mark B.
Total time 20:45. Hear the voices of the Mattole Forest Defenders, as they introduce themselves and describe the struggle to defend some of the last of the ancient Douglas Fir forests from plunder by Maxxam/ Pacific Lumber Company. The activists describe the area, confrontations with police and logging crews, pepper spray and arrests, and the complex blockades they have built twelve miles into PL company land to keep the trees standing, with contact information at the end. Community and Micro...
Posted: Thu Jan 25, 2001 2:07PM
audioAudio: Voices of the Mattole Forest Defenders (audio/mpeg 19.1MB) by Alicia Littletree, Mendocino Earth First!
Total time 20:45. Hear the voices of the Mattole Forest Defenders, as they introduce themselves and describe the struggle to defend some of the last of the ancient Douglas Fir forests from plunder by Maxxam/ Pacific Lumber Company. The activists describe the area, confrontations with police and logging crews, pepper spray and arrests, and the complex blockades they have built twelve miles into PL company land to keep the trees standing, with contact information at the end. Community and Mi...
Posted: Mon Jan 15, 2001 9:35PM