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 Raising Sand 
 Josh Ruxin on HIV/AIDS and Beverly Ortiz on the Ohlone
 Raising Sand Radio  
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Thank you to Jackie ONeal of the ONeal Media Group for arranging the interview with Josh Ruxin in Rwanda.

O'Neal Media Group
December 1 is World AIDS DAY and we talk with Josh Ruxin of Director of the Access Project for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria at the Center for Global Health and Economic Development at Columbia University. He currently lives in Rwanda.

We begin an ongoing series about indigenous people around the world. The series starts withe San Francisco Bay Area native people, the Ohlone and naturalist Beverly Ortiz discusses local customs and languages.

On November 25, 2009 the Obama Administration announced that it would not join the treaty signed by 158 other countries to ban landmines. Let us ensure the Obama Administration is unable to sink the Convention on Cluster Munitions:

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