Wednesday on American Indian Airwaves, 4/16/08
"Indigenous Peoples Independence and the Peace and Dignity Journey"
Dylcia Pagan (Tiano Nation ancestry) joins us for the first segment of our show to discuss her twenty years of imprisonment in a federal prison on charges of seditious conspiracy, Puerto Rico's Independence, and the struggles of the Tiano Nation.
Jose Molvida, Northern Organizer for the Peace and Dignity Journey (http://www.peaceanddignityjourneys.com) joins us for this segment of the show to disucss the Peace and Dignity Journey which transpires every four years starting in both Alaska and Argentina and converging in Panama. Here more about its origins, the Eagle & the Condor, and how people can assist.
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