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 Penobscot and Passamaquoddy tribal leaders battle DEP and paper companies
 Interview
 Guests include Governor Barry Dana of the Penobscot Nation, Mark Chivery legal counsel for the Penobscot Nation, John Banks, Director of National Resources for the Penoscot Nation, and Gov. Richard Doyle of the Passamaquoddy tribe.
 Helen York  
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Maine tribal leaders discuss their fight to preserve their sovereignty, their culture, and their river ecosystems in the face of state interference and paper company harassment. All three state tribal governors are facing jail time for contempt of court.
Producer: Helen York info@weru.org
Uploaded by: A. Buckley betweenthelines@snet.net
Guests include Governor Barry Dana of the Penobscot Nation, Mark Chivery legal counsel for the Penobscot Nation, John Banks, Director of National Resources for the Penoscot Nation, and Gov. Richard Doyle of the Passamaquoddy tribe.

This hour-long show was originally broadcast of WERU FM 88.9 Blue Hill, Maine and 102.9 Bangor, Maine on January 4, 2001.

Hosted by Amy Browne and Meredith Defrancesco, Produced by Helen York and MP3 audio conversion by A. Buckley

WERU is a grassroots, volunteer-power community radio station. Visit WERU's web site at www.weru.org

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 East Orland, Maine USA
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