VOICES/VOCES

This audio program is over one and one-half hours of short story, true story and poetry readings by local authors hosted by StageNorth in Washburn, WI, on Thursday, March 14, 2013. The readings were broadcast live by Wisconsin Public Radio and recorded by local radio station  WRNC FM 97.7, Northland College, Ashland, WI. Clicking on the beautiful picture of the Penokees will take you to the radio station where you can listen to the program! 

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 Mike Wiggins explains the threat to us all when corporations discredit career scientists whose whole professional careers have focused on examining the characteristics of the land forms, the minerals, the ecology of a certain section of our planet. In this case, the Penokee Region. The iron-mining company is claiming it knows more and has better scientists than the ones who have been focusing on the region their whole professional lives! Listen to Mike explain what is at stake with the disinformation pouring out or Gogebic's corporate expressions: The region is being put a risk by a campaign of lies: Thanks for watching and learning!

  

This short documentary film (not quite 6 minutes long) is on frac sand mining in west central Wisconsin. It talks about the impact of transportation issues (truck and train traffic), air quality (silica dust) and the relationship between "fracking" in the east and west and the sand mining in Wisconsin. Major speakers include: Pat Popple from Chippewa Falls and Heather Andersen from Bloomer. Click on the movie picture below to be taken to YouTube to watch this short film. Click on the back arrow when you are done to return to this window.

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Check out this link to either purchase or stream for free (honor system for those of limited means) the 2014 update to the highly regarded 2012 documentary Koch Brothers Exposed - now titled Koch Brothers Exposed: 2014 Edition.

Click on the movie picture below to be taken to Brave New Films site where you can read more and make your choice! Click on the back arrow when you are done to return to this window. The movie is 56 minutes long!

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What is the threat of the KXL Pipeline to those whose land it crosses, whose land it borders, whose watershed it will destroy if it has a leak?  Listen to the remarkable Faith Spotted Eagle as she testifies to the State Department, April 18, 2013. This is not 'old news', it is the reason for the Cowboys and Indians encampment on the Capitol Mall, Washington,D.C. this week, April 22 through May 1st, 2014. Faith Spotted Eagle whom you will see testifying to the State Department was present at the RejectProtect.org Cowboys and Indians encampment on the Capitol Mall. She is a principal non-violent protester and stateswoman representing the spirit of the group bringing their heartfelt protest to the White House. After the YouTube video excerpt of her speech, please wait a moment. A screen will appear with clickable blocks that will show you more info on the Tar-Sands mining, Frack mining and consequences we must know about. Thanks for watching. Please pass this on by commenting, facebook sharing and tweeting!  

 

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Click on the picture (and turn your sound on) to see and hear this video about global warming through the eyes of the world's children! 

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  • commented 2014-08-17 20:36:30 -0500
    New addition to Voices! A series of readings from the Penokees, including Rob Ganson, of the Solidarity Singers, and Mike Wiggins, Jr!
  • Marcia Riquelme posted about VOICES/VOCES on Marcia Riquelme's Facebook page 2014-04-26 13:03:10 -0500
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  • commented 2014-04-26 12:49:26 -0500
    Faith Spotted Eagle’s testimony to the State Department about the KXL pipeline’s threat to the precious lands and watershed region depended upon by millions of people, including invading the sovereign lands given by treaty to tribes all along the watershed. I stand with Faith in protest to the KXL.