Enjoy ear candy and food for thought from Western Colorado. The following stories and interviews were produced by Amy Hadden Marsh, who holds all copyrights. Thanks for listening…
Northern Ute Elder Clifford Duncan passed away in February, 2014. Listen below to an audio memorial by Rita Marsh, Bill Kight, Dr. Will Evans, and Amy Hadden Marsh – May, 2014.
Wild Horses Caught in the Crossfire.
April 1, 2010, Conversation with Northern Ute elder, Clifford Duncan
Last January, I visited Clifford Duncan at his Roosevelt, Utah home. It was a sunny, freezing cold day and before going out to feed his eight horses and, later, ourselves at a local restaurant, we sat in his living room, surrounded by family photos and the sound of a bubbling fish tank. A kitchen clock emitted animal sounds every so often. We talked about Native American sovereignty, the Northern Utes’ relationship with the Bureau of Land Management, and wild horses. Highlights from the conversation were aired on KDNK Community Radio twice; this one in early March.
October 15, 2009 Conversation with Activist and Author, Mike Roselle, KDNK Community Radio
Mike Roselle is the co-founder of Earth First!, Rainforest Action Network, and the Ruckus Society. He has also been a member of Greenpeace’s Action Team and has worked tirelessly for almost 30 years to protect and preserve the non-human world. He recently moved to West Virginia to help stop mountaintop removal coal mining. Roselle contributes to a website and St. Martin’s Press recently published his memoirs, Tree Spiker: From Earth First! to Lowbagging, My Struggles in Radical Environmental Action. He joined me on my radio show, Valley Voices (KDNK Community Radio, every other Thursday at 4:30 PM MST), by phone from Moab, Utah for a conversation about the book, non-violent civil disobedience, and climate activism.
Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining and Colorado Energy: What’s the Connection? An Interview with MTR activists, Maria Gunnoe and Matt Wasson, 7/31/2009, KDNK Community Radio
Ginger Kathrens Interview October 2008
The following interview with Ginger Kathrens, wild horse advocate and director of the Cloud Foundation was recorded live on the air at the KDNK studios in Carbondale, Colorado in October, 2008.
Making the World Aware: The Longest Walk II Crosses the US
Air date July, 2008 KDNK Community Radio, Carbondale, Colorado.
Round Up at the Little Book Cliffs Range
This documentary aired on KDNK Community Radio, October, 2007 and was selected for NPR/PRX Station Showcase in November, 2007.
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