Sprouts:Indigenous People Lead Fight Against Climate Change 
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Sprouts  Indigenous People Lead Fight Against Climate Change   
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Sprouts  Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
Summary: Featured speakers/guests:
In this edition of Sprouts we'll hear multiple indigenous voices speak about Earth Day and climate change.

Judith LeBlanc, a member of the Caddo tribe of Oklahoma and the director of the Native Organizers Alliance. Judith speaks about what it means for indigenous people to organize in the 21st century.

Joseph Orozco, a member of the Hoopa Valley Tribe and station manager of KIDE in Hoopa, Ca. Joseph spoke about how climate change has effected both the land and traditional ceremonies of the tribe. He narrates lessons of the past and how they can inform present struggles and help develop a future after capitalism.

Michael from KOJB spoke with many community members of the Leech Lake Reservation on Earth Day and thoughts of the future. 
 
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Topics
Economics | Environment | Spirituality / Religion | Climate Change | Environmental Racism | Pollution | United States | Indigenous  
 
 
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00:29:04 
 
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View Script    04-26-2017  English 
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