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Margaret De Wys is a composer and sound installation artist whose works have been performed at venues including the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum. She has traveled extensively and worked closely with traditional healers throughout the world. Currently working with John of God (Joao de Deus) in Brazil and at Omega Institute in New York, she also takes groups to the Ecuadorian Amazon to work with the shaman who healed her of breast cancer. The author of Black Smoke and Ecstatic Healing, she divides her time between Upstate New York and Southeast Nigeria.
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Scott Cluthe talks with Paul M. Barrett, author of law of The Jungle Live tonight.
Barrett is an assistant managing editor and senior writer at Bloomberg Businessweek. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller Glock: The Rise of America’s Gun, American Islam: The Struggle for the Soul of a Religion, and The Good Black: A True Story of Race in America. He lives and works in New York City.
The gripping story of one American lawyer’s obsessive crusade—waged at any cost—against Big Oil on behalf of the poor farmers and indigenous tribes of the Amazon rainforest.
Steven Donziger, a self-styled social activist and Harvard educated lawyer, signed on to a budding class action lawsuit against multinational Texaco (which later merged with Chevron to become the third-largest corporation in America). The suit sought reparations for the Ecuadorian peasants and tribes people whose lives were affected by decades of oil production near their villages and fields. During twenty years of legal hostilities in federal courts in Manhattan and remote provincial tribunals in the Ecuadorian jungle, Donziger and Chevron’s lawyers followed fierce no-holds-barred rules. In the end, he won an unlikely victory, a $19 billion judgment against Chevron--the biggest environmental damages award in history.
We dicuss the continuing false flag of the Ebola virus, which Big Brother is pushing, just like he pushed the AIDS virus. Also, we are going to go into the short history and synopsis of how billionaires become billionaires thorugh their various front companies, created and propped up by Big Brother.
Listen to The African History Network Show Thursday, Oct. 30th, 8:00pm-11:00pm EST with host Michael Imhotep. 1) Ahati Kilindi will join us and talk about the Entheogenic Conference coming up in Detroit this weekend. Visit http://kilindi.wix.com/entheogenicconf. 2) Update on the Michael Brown Murder case. 3) Kafentse Bandele will talk about “The Ancestral Masquerade Ball” in Detroit, on Oct. 31st. 4) Two Jamaican school, 8th Grade School girls in Carol Stream, Illinois were called the N-word and “a Slave” in class by a White substitute teacher. 5) This date in African American History, 40th Anniversary of Muhammad Ali vs. George Foreman and “The Rumble In The Jungle”. Call in with your questions at (914) 338-1375.
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