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STORIES ABOUT WATER

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Talking Water with Gigi Coyle and Orland Bishop

TALKING WATER WITH GIGI COYLE & ORLAND BISHOP Season 1, Episode 5 In this deeply moving conversation, Orland Bishop and Gigi Coyle explore the essence of water and what it represents to us as human beings. Gigi Coyle is the co-founder of Walking Water,  and founder of Beyond Boundaries, an inter-generational pilgrimage of service and a response team

By |April 26th, 2022|Podcast|

Talking Water with Maude Barlow

TALKING WATER WITH MAUDE BARLOW Season 1, Episode 4 Maude Barlow is a Canadian author and activist. She is the chair of the Blue Planet Project and the Washington-based Food & Water Watch. She is a Councilor with the Hamburg-based World Future Council. In 2008/2009, she served as Senior Advisor on Water to the 63rd President of the

By |April 12th, 2022|Podcast|

Talking Water with Kathy Bancroft and Alan Bacock

TALKING WATER WITH KATHY BANCROFT AND ALAN BACOCK Season 1, Episode 3 Kathy Bancroft is the Tribal Historic Preservation officer and Elder of the Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone tribe and Alan Bacock is the former water coordinator with the Big Pine Paiute Tribe. Both have been instrumental on the path of Walking Water. We will hear some of the

By |April 6th, 2022|Podcast|

Talking Water with Gigi Coyle and Rajendra Singh

TALKING WATER WITH GIGI COYLE AND RAJENDRA SINGH Season 1, Episode 2 Gigi Coyle and Rajendra Singh share story about the importance of love in activism, and the relationship between community and the healing of water. This was recorded as a live zoom call in February 2022. Hosted by: Kate Bunney Produced & Edited by: Teena Pugliese Intro music

By |March 27th, 2022|Podcast|

Visions for Water Justice

VISIONS FOR WATER JUSTICE By Dr. Sophia Borgias What would water justice look like in a region known for its history of injustice? This was a question I posed to more than two dozen individuals who have dedicated themselves to water issues in the Owens and Mono basins. These were residents, advocates, and protectors of Payahuunadü – “the land where

By |March 23rd, 2022|Uncategorized|
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