Kira welcomes water protector Joe Boyd to the Bridge for a frank an open dialog about the Anti-fracking movement in the UK.
Kira welcomes medical Marijuana pioneer and entrepreneur, Debby Goldsberry to the Bridge for a discussion about the history of efforts to change the insane cannabis laws in America as well as the need to create socially responsible cannabis businesses that reflect the true values of the cannabis community. You can learn how to do that with Debby’s Idiots Guide which is coming out June 13, 2017 and will be available on Amazon. Debby gave listeners an update on the exciting projects she is involved in. Debby runs medical Marijuana dispensary called Magnolia Wellness Center in Oakland, CA and will soon be opening a cannabis cafe and marijuana infused resturant as well as another dispensary at Ameboa Records in Berkeley. Don’t miss the cannabis farmers market and 4/20 celebrations at Magnolia Wellness Center in Oakland!
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Kira welcomes Brian Yazzie from The Sioux Chef to the Bridge for a discussion about Food Sovereignty, Indigenous Cusine and Indigenous Resistance.
Kira welcomes International Indigenous Youth Council member, Trenton to the Bridge for a discusion about his time at Standing Rock and the projects he is involved in now.
Kira welcomes camp chef, Josh Michener, for a conversation about his rainbow family and his experiences at Standing Rock as well as his impressions of the differences and similarities between the two camps. Kira also welcomes back Alisha Ali Vincent for a conversation about the resistance movement and her observations about the similarities and differences between the Standing Rock and Two Rivers. Alisha invited suprise guest, local rancher, Brandt Buchanan, to inform listeners about the battle faced by local land owners and local wildlife.
Kira speaks to members of the IIIYC: Ta’Sina Sapa Win, Topa Asumpi, Thomas Lopez, Kristina Elote, Jacquelyn Córdoba and Lauren Howland about their experiences at Standing Rock and their latest #DOPE (Decolonization of People Everywhere) campaign.