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 Raising Sand 
 Bobby Peek, Musa Chamane of groundWork, South Africa
 Raising Sand Radio  
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Bobby Peek, director of the environmental justice NGO groundWork, shares the origin of this organization among residents turned activists in South Durban, South Africa and his soon-to-be realized vision for a school for training environmental justice activists.
We also talk with Musa Chamane who is engaged in creating networks of a new community of workers called waste pickers who recycle in South Africa's waste dumps and the challenges and successes of his work as Waste Campaign Manager.

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00:58:45 English 2010-02-01
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