Monthly Archives: November 2010

animal rights, and human rights

Marissa Herrera loves animals so much that she believes that their collective purpose here on earth is to teach and guide us humans.  Originally from Central Mexico, Marissa has dreamed of returning, for over a decade, to establish an animal … Continue reading

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media democracy day in vancouver, a brief history of homelessness, 3 gorges dam

Gorilla Radio’s Chris Cook: Chinese journalist and dissident writer, Dai Qing will be in Victoria to present ‘China’s Three Gorges Dam: The most environmentally and socially destructive project in the world,’ a lecture detailing her decades-long efforts to bring sober … Continue reading

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fresno’s ecovillage project

Architect Art Dyson envisions EcoVillages as part of the global solution to address issues of poverty, homelessness, and environmental concerns. With co-host Gerry Bill, we discuss Fresno’s Pam Kincaid Centre, the Eco-Village Project, war tax avoidance, Cuba, and more. This … Continue reading

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