On Monday evening, I was on Radio Provocateur—a great hour-long radio program on Radiohive.org hosted by Danny Valdes—to talk about my involvement and arrest on the first day of the Tar Sands Action in Washington, DC, to stop the development of the dangerous Keystone XL pipeline and the importance of keeping the struggle against climate change nonviolent.
The entire interview can be streamed below or downloaded on the show’s site.[audio: http://www.radiohive.org/podpress_trac/web/1501/0/Radioprovo-8-29-11.mp3]
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