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 CKLN News 
 Community needs ongoing support as talks continue
 Interview
 Neecha
 CKLN 88.1 fm  
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While Haudenosaunee Confederacy leadership, Ontario and Canada have determined a timetable and framework for talks, the Six Nations encampment at Caledonia Ontario continues to face heavy police pressure.
CKLN News, RadioActiveFeminism
While Haudenosaunee Confederacy leadership, Ontario and Canada have determined a timetable and framework for talks, the Six Nations encampment at Caledonia Ontario continues to face heavy police pressure.

This interview features Neecha, an Anishnabe/Cree woman who has been at the camp since March 7. She witnessed the police assault on Thursday April 20, and shares her experience with the police and her reasons for being there.

There is quite a lot of background at the website:
www.urgentcalltoaction.com

And, you can listen and rebroadcast interviews with blockade
spokesperson Jamie Jamieson, as well as recordings from a support rally held
on April 11 in Toronto, available at these sites:

http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=17719
and
http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=17559

Finally, you can tune in to Six Nations radio station www.ckrz.com for ongoing
reporting.

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00:11:48 English 2006-04-23
 Toronto, phone to Six Nations
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