Making Contact, for July 9, 2010 - 1:30pm
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For decades, people have said the United States has treated Latin America as a project for exploit and economic expansion. Even do-gooders see the global south as deserving of unilateral help or charity. But social change activists say the tables have turned. On this edition, we'll hear from experts who say - especially in times of crisis - there's a lot to learn from social movements in Latin America.
Marina Sitrin, author and attorney; Ben Dangl, Burlington College in Vermont professor; Mario Murillo, author & Hofstra University professor; Oscar Estrada, Honduran filmmaker & 2010 NarcoNews School of Authentic Journalism participant.
Special thanks to Between the Lines at WPKN Radio in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
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