Ecosocialist Horizons Hour: January 23rd, 2013

January 23, 2013

Ray Tricomo ~

This week’s program focuses on indigenous visions for revolution and restoration, from struggles for land and sovereignty, to end empire and capitalism, to the global movement to reconnect with Mother Earth and the ancient traditions of living in harmony with nature which are found on every continent. In particular we will look into the Idle No More movement which has been sweeping Canada and finding allies and resonance all over the world. We will be joined in the studio by *Ray Tricomo*, mentor of the Kalpulli Turtle Island Multiversity, a community dedicated to education and land restoration to the indigenous peoples of Turtle Island (North America.) He attended Wayne State University from 1963-67, and majored in English with minors in Sociology and History. In 1970, he earned a masters in African Studies. From 1970-74, he worked on a PHD in African history with minor in medical geography and US history. Ray Tricomo was the Green Party Minnesota’s 2002 nominee for the US Senate.