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Connect The Dots – 06.21.17

Judge Tells DAPL – No Go Without Environmental Study, featuring Sara Juanita Jumping Eagle, one of several plaintiffs in Jumping Eagle v. Trump, as well as lawyer, Bruce Afran, and Tangerine Bolen of Revolution Truth www.revolutiontruth.orgwhich launched the lawsuit on behalf of Native-Americans whose water is threatened and rights are violated by the DAPL pipeline– in conversation with Alison Rose …

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Connect The Dots – Guest John Bonifaz – 06.07.17

Listen to John Bonifaz, founder of Free Speech for People, discussing election integrity  and the recent leak of an NSA document about alleged foreign intrusion in election technology in the 2016 US Presidential election  — with Alison Rose Levy. Download this episode (right click and save)

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Connect The Dots – Guest: Myron Dewey & James Spione – 05.24.17

Listen to Myron Dewey, indigenous filmmaker, journalist, and professor, and founder of Digital Smoke Signals; and filmmaker, James Spione, co-directors (with Josh Fox) of the new film, Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock discuss this deeply moving portrayal of the indigenous Water Protector’s uprising at, their own experiences at Standing Rock as well as native spirituality, and the culture of …

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Connect The Dots – J.P. Harpignies – 04.19.17

Listen to J.P. Harpignies, the Associate Producer of the Bioneers Conference, and the author of four books: Political Ecosystems, Double Helix Hubris, Delusions of Normality, and Animal Encounters, as well as of recent articles on Medium— in conversation about the ecology of our political system and the Four Deep Drivers of Destabilization— with Alison Rose Levy.

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Connect The Dots – Michael Nigro – 04.05.17

Listen to photojournalist, Michael Nigro, an award-winning, Emmy-nominated writer-director and multimedia journalist who extensively covered Standing Rock all the way from the start through the final day. Nigro will share his experiences in the trenches, what he bore witness to, and the go along to get along mainstream coverage that fails to cover the most important stories of our time— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.