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Dave, jim, Ginny

A half hour weekly radio show committed to community, peace, justice, and non-violence issues.

The show aires on Community Radio stations:
KSVR 91.7 FM (Skagit Valley College) Wednesdays 5:00 PM PT, rebroadcast Sundays 8:00 PM PT
KSVU 90.1 FM, Hamilton, Sundays 8:00 PM and Thursdays 8:00 AM PT
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Climate Action I-1631 in WA State and the Quinault Indian Nation Cultural Center and Museum - August 1, 2018

Join host jim justice as she visits the Quinault Indian Nation. In part 1 of this show she speaks with Tribal Council member, Gina James, about the tribal initiative working with NW tribes and other groups to put I-1631 on the November 2018 ballot. The initiative's goal is to protect the health of communities, invest in clean energy creating many jobs in the state while cutting pollution. Gina then talks about other challenges and successes the Quinaults have had and progress they are making including a bit of an historical account. Part 2: Lani Chubby, Director of the Quinault Cultural Center and Museum, talks about the museum she has set up in the village. She was able to repatriate many items that had been taken by, or lent to, museums around the country. The museum is worth the trip to Taholah.

http://www.quinaultindiannation.com/
https://yeson1631.org/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quinault_Cultural_Center_and_Museum

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Dual Threat: Climate Change and Cascadia Subduction Zone event - July 25, 2018

Join host jim justice on location on the Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) to talk with their Senior Planner Kelsey Moldenke about his task to move the village of Taholah from the mouth of the Quinault River (located at about 17 feet elevation) to higher ground given threats of climate change and a Cascadia Subduction Zone event. Taholah is located on the Pacific Ocean of Washington State on the Olympic Peninsula. Kelsey and others of the QIN have been proactively looking into funding and logistics to move the village to higher ground since 2014. So far no group (governmental or otherwise) seems to be taking the tribe's concerns seriously. The Cascadia Fault has a 300-500 year cycle. We are at about year 320 now.

Find out details of the Master Plan and more at http://quinaultindiannation.com/planning/masterplan.html.

More information on the Quinault Indian Nation at http://www.quinaultindiannation.com/

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Home Rule Skagit seeks a Charter Government for Skagit County - July 11, 2018

Home Rule Skagit is a group of local residents promoting a change in the structure of our county government in Skagit County. Margery Hite and Gary Wickman join Ginny Wolff to discuss what a "charter" or "home rule" government is, and describe how it might differ from the three-commissioner system we have now. They identify problems with the current structure which could be handled differently with a County Charter, and address some common concerns about making such a change. They explain the process needed to bring the issue to a vote, and what would happen next should voters approve it.

Home Rule Skagit members are currently gathering signatures for a petition to put the issue on the ballot this November. The deadline for signatures for that petition is August 3.

More info: http://www.HomeRuleSkagit.org
email: info@HomeRuleSkagit.org

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Kurt Dunbar - Critic Celebrates Independence Day - July 4, 2018

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Gaza Resident Dr. Mustafa El-Hawi - June 13, 2018

We couldn't pass up an opportunity to interview a Palestine man from Gaza who actually got out of Gaza and visited the U.S. Dr. Mustafa El-Hawi spoke with jim justice and Ginny Wolff from Pennsylvania by Skype. (Pardon the sound quality early in the interview - It gets better.) Dr. El-Hawi talks about the critical challenges of living in Gaza, from lack of basic necessities such as food, safe water, lack of medical care and education to the chronic threat of violence from drones flying overhead 24/7.

With a PhD in Environmental Management, Dr. El-Hawi teaches at Al Aqfa University, and actively looks for solutions to inadequate waste water treatment and lack of safe drinking water. But his volunteer work with Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) gives him the most satisfaction as he teaches and fosters both Palestinians and some Israelis in skills of non violence and how to deal with chronic trauma. AVPUSA is what brought him to the U.S. on this trip. His message to Americans it that the Palestinians locked in Gaza badly need our help for basic necessities, and for the U.S. to recognize and end the human rights abuses of those trapped in the "open air prison" of Gaza.

More information:
Alternatives to Violence Project: AVP-USA Inc. https://avpusa.org/
Alternatives to Violence Project International: https://avp.international/

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