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Selected excerpts from the Monday, August 26, Climate Justice Forum radio program hosted by Wild Idaho Rising Tide (WIRT, http://wildidahorisingtide.org/) feature honored regional activist Brooklyn Baptiste, who tells the epic story of the four-night Nez Perce Tribe blockade of an Alberta tar sands evaporator on Highway 12 in Idaho, on August 5 through 8. Brooklyn also provides updates about a related federal court injunction hearing and describes the indigenous-led Moccasins on the Ground direct action training camp near Whitehall, Montana, on August 23 to 25. Broadcast on progressive, volunteer, community station KRFP Radio Free Moscow (http://radiofreemoscow.org/) every Monday between 7:30 and 9:30 pm PDT live at 92.5 FM and online, the show covers continent-wide dirty energy developments and climate activism news, thanks to the generous, anonymous listener who adopted program host Helen Yost as his KRFP DJ.
Helen Yost of Wild Idaho Rising Tide offers news and conversations with climate change activists and scientists about corporate dirty energy projects and citizen resistance, interspersed with protest songs and descriptions of grassroots direct actions and community initiatives.