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"Water is Life" Nov 2016 protest next week on the Video Bus

Friends of Flying Focus

On November 15, 2016, people all over the US protested the Dakota Access
Pipeline (DAPL) being built near the lands of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe
in N. Dakota. Although the DAPL was approved and completed under President
Trump, the messages conveyed resonate in early 2018. The protest action in
Portland, held at the Army Corps of Engineers building followed by a march
to Waterfront Park, is captured on this episode of the Video Bus. A variety
of voices explain their reasons for standing up for indigenous peoples,
protecting clean water and saving the earth. One of the most common words in
the interviews: solidarity. The show was taped by Allen Evans with
interviews by field coordinator PC Peri. It was produced and edited by Dan

"Water is Life: Pipeline Protest 11/16" plays back at the following times:

Tuesday, March 20 (late night Monday, March 19) at 12:30 AM
   on Comcast Channel 22 / CenturyLink Channel 8002.
Wednesday, March 21 at 11 PM on Channel 23 Comcast / CenturyLink Ch. 8003
Friday, March 22 at 9:30 PM on Channel 11, Cable Access Network,

DVD copies of the show will be available in mid-April for a suggested 
donation of $8 plus $4 postage.  Streaming rights for this or any of our 
shows can be obtained for $75 per program (individuals / nonprofits) or 
$125 (larger institutions). Once you obtain streaming rights, the show can 
be posted on line for all the world to see-- for free, on your own site or 
ours. See our current streaming shows at 

Donations of any size are always welcome to help support our all-volunteer
work. While videos can't be ordered on line (due to restrictions by Network
for Good), general support can be sent via

Note: tonight (Friday, March 16) features the last playback of our 2012 
show, "Kylar Broadus: Justice for Trans People of Color."

Please call or write back if you have any questions.
Thank you
Dan Handelman
Flying Focus

PS: OS/PCM continues to cablecast all programs with "letterboxing" so that
our shows, created in old-school 4:3 format, appear in the middle of your
screen. Also, our Wednesday show is carried on Comcast's High Definition
channel 323 on Wednesday nights and CenturyLink's channel 1011 on Fridays,
but our shows are not yet produced in HD.

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