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Tattooing the River: People, Place and the Art of Diversity

Award-winning painter Judy Baca describes how art can reconnect people to place, revive disappearing history, and repair cultural root systems. While working with at-risk youth to create The Great Wall of Los Angeles, the world's longest mural, Baca realized that restoring a disappeared river also meant restoring disappeared cultures.

Blue Gold: Who Owns the Rain?

As water tables plummet and a billion of us lack access to clean water, large global corporations are gearing up to charge us for the rain. Changemaker Maude Barlow describes how companies are turning water into a commodity; and we hear from Nancy Price about what people are doing around the world to stop it.

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RS-V-08-mp3 Blue Gold [mp3]
RS-V-07-mp3 Tattooing the River [mp3]
RS-V-07-08-CD Tattooing the River AND Blue Gold [CD]
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