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Moana Nui 2013 Peoples of the Pacific

This is the Project Censored Show on Pacifica Radio, I’m Mickey Huff in studio with Peter Phillips. Today we focus on the many conferences and activist summits taking place this weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area.  We will talk to executive director of the Public Banking Institute Mark Armstrong and Birgitta Jonsdottir, who was recently reelected to Iceland’s parliament- the two are participants in the Public Banking Conference at Dominican University in San Rafael. In the second segment today we interview Prof. Christine Hong, with the Korea Policy Institute, and Victor Menotti with the International Forum on Globalization regarding the Moana Nui 2013 Peoples of the Pacific–Confronting Globalization, Militarization, Resource Theft, and America’s “Pacific Pivot” – a two-day teach-in Berkeley. We end the show with a short interview with Prof Lance deHaven Smith and Aaron Goode addressing state crimes against democracy as the two are presenting at the 26th Annual Meeting of the Public Administration Theory Network at the University of San Francisco.

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