QA interviews
This index lists, alphabetically, interviews from all sections of In Motion Magazine.
Yanet Alarcón Member of La Mesa Campesina del Norte Neuquino
Defending the Ancient Trails / the Culture
Chos Malal, Neuquén Province, Argentina

Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2014
Joshua Sena Alouka National coordinator of the youth NGO Jeunes Voluntaires por L’Environment (Young Volunteers for the Environment) from Lomé, Togo
How to make sustainable development effective
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Jadranka Andelic Theater director
DAH Theater - Part 3 of Creating Art in the Balkans
Experimental Theater in ex-Yugoslavia
Belgrade, Serbia
Interview by Eloise de Leon - 1996
Angelo Student member of Mexican American Student Alliance
CUNY undocumented students organize to stay in college
New York, New York
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Yareli Arizmendi Actor, film director
... a woman of the theater, a woman of film
San Diego / Los Angeles, California
Interview by Fred Salas - 1999
Carlos Avila Film director
" ... take those ideals, to process them, put them into stories."
Los Angeles, California
Interview by Fred Salas - 1999
Backiam Leader and organizer of CEDA Trust
Women Organize in Tamil Nadu Villages
“Only confidence will save them from their slavery”
Dingidul, Tamil Nadu, India
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2003
Rosy Barrios Human rights defender with La Red, a non-governmental organization
Working to Rebuild Ourselves
San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2005

Entrevista con Rosy Barrios de La Red
Trabajar Para Reconstruirnos
San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico
Fabian Beltrán
with Luciana Monacci
Members of La Mesa Campesina del Norte Neuquino
The Inter-Connectedness of Life from a Viewpoint of Solidarity
Chos Malal, Neuquén Province, Argentina
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2014
Miembros de La Mesa Campesina del Norte Neuquino
La Integralidad de la Vida Desde una Mirada Muy Solidaria
Chos Malal, Provincia de Neuquén, Argentina
Timothy Benally Sr. Director of the Office of Navajo Uranium Workers
Navajo Uranium Miners Fight for Compensation
Shiprock, Navajo Nation, New Mexico
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1993
Juana Benavides Works with family-farmer and indigenous communities in Bolivia assisting in sustainable development programs
Sustainable Development in Bolivia

"Not Sustainable If It Doesn't Mean Income For The Families”
The Management of Vicuña
On the road to Sajama National Park
Oruro Department, Bolivia
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2006

El Desarrollo Sostenible en Bolivia
No Es Sostenible Si Esto No Significa Ingresos
Para Las Familias
El Manejo de las Vicuñas
Viajando al Parque Nacional Sajama
Departamento de Oruro, Bolivia
Jorge Bermúdez Member of FaSinPat (Factory Without Bosses) and Zanón Ceramics
Cooperatives in a Capitalist Society
Neuquén, Neuquén Province, Argentina
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2014
Ela Bhatt Founder of the Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA) and SEWA’s first general-secretary
A good combination of struggle and constructive work
Create, as a strategy, alternative economic organizations

Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2003
Bertha Blanco Member of Bartolina Sisa / IPSP Department For the Sovereignty of the Peoples / National Federation of Campesina Women of Bolivia
Part 1: Defense of the Peoples
Part 2: The History of Our Ancestors /
Time to Take Responsibility for Political Decisions
La Paz, Bolivia
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2006

Entrevista de Bertha Blanco de Bartolina Sisa
Federación Nacional de Mujeres Campesinas de Bolivia
Secretaria IPSP -- Por la Soberanía de los Pueblos
Primera Parte: Defensa de los pueblos
Segunda Parte: La historia de nuestros antepasados /
La hora para tomar responsabilidad por decisiones políticas
La Paz, Bolivia
Valerie Boyd Author of biography of Zora Neale Hurston
An Interview with Valerie Boyd and Evelyn C. White
(Biographies of Alice Walker and Zora Neale Hurston)
Boston, Massachusetts
Interview by Felicia Pride - 2005
Corinne Brown Congresswoman, Third Congressional District of Florida
Ward Connerly is bringing his anti-affirmative action campaign to Florida
Jacksonville, Florida
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1999
Cosma Bulu Board member of MVIWATA (Mtandao wa Vikundi vya Wakulima Tanzania/Defender of Farmer’s Interests by Farmers Themselves) in Tanzania.
The Role of Local Markets, the Life of Rural Women
"We exchange ideas, we exchange seeds"
Matola, Mozambique
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2008
Danielle Burke

Videographer
"And listen to their grandma’s stories"
Evarts, Harlan County, Kentucky
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000

Ben Burkett President of the National Family Farm Coalition (NFFC) in the U.S., and a cooperative-marketing-specialist member of the Federation of Southern Cooperatives Land Assistance Fund.
Civil Rights, Market Cooperatives, Buying Networks
Matola, Mozambique
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2008
Gregory Cajete, Ph.D. Director of the Native American Studies Program at the University of New Mexico and professor in the College of Education at the University of New Mexico.
Science From A Native Perspective:
How Do We Educate for A Sustainable Future

Albuquerque and the Turquoise Trail, New Mexico
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2015
Fred Campbell

Works with Ryakuga, a grass roots communications (radio and TV) company in Newfoundland, Canada.
Grass roots communications from Canada to Appalachia
near Elkhorn City, Virginia
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000

Juan Martín Carpenco Member of Confederation of Workers of the Popular Economy
Interview with Juan Martín Carpenco of CTEP
The Excluded Ones
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2014
Juan Martín Carpenco Miembro de Confederación de Trabajadores de la Economía Popular
Entrevista con Juan Martín Carpenco de CTEP
Los Excluidos
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Entrevista por Nic Paget-Clarke - 2014
Nora Castañeda President of the Women’s Development Bank
Making women sovereign and participative:
Becoming the protagonist of their own reality

Caracas, Venezuela
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2004
Nicholas Centino Student of Color Campus Diversity Project Director for the United States Student Association Foundation (USSA)
A student organizer’s perspective on affirmative action - 2002
Washington, D.C.
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Jorge Cervera, Jr. Actor, film director, producer
"Thirty million people cannot go on forever without being represented"
San Diego, California
Interview by Fred Salas - 1998
Walter Chakela Playwright, poet, and arts administrator at the Windybrow Centre for the Arts
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Bill Christison President U.S. National Family Farm Coalition, president Missouri Rural Crisis Center
Facing the world today
GMO's: farm policy, patent laws, contamination, trade
Auckland, New Zealand / Aotearoa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2001
Bill Christison President U.S. National Family Farm Coalition, president Missouri Rural Crisis Center
U.S. family farm leader Bill Christison details negative impacts of GMOs
Chillicothe, Missouri
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1999
Rodrigo Duarte Clark A theater person: writes and direct plays, member of the theater company El Teatro de la Esperanza.
Theater, Esperanza, and Mountaintops
near Kelly Fork, Kentucky
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Chris Gonzalez Clarke Musician (Los Otros)
Part 1 - Chicano Groove / Part 2 - Son del Barrio
Santa Clara, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Mel Coleman, Sr. Rancher. Founder and president of Coleman Natural Products.
"A Cowboy in the Meat Business"
Colorado ranch produces meat free of growth-promoting hormones, anti-biotics
Denver and Saguache, Colorado
Photo series by Nic Paget-Clarke
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1997
Annette Cotter Greenpeace GE campaigner
The future is GE Free
Genetically modified organisms are unpredictable, irreversible, unnecessary
Wellington, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2001
Ibrahima Coulibaly President of Mali’s CNOP
(National Coordination of Peasant Organizations)

To Gain Control of the Social Basis of the Economy
Matola, Mozambique
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2008
Ibrahima Coulibaly Le président de l’organisation malienne CNOP
(Coordination Nationale des Organisations Paysannes)
Prendre le contrôle de la base sociale de l’économie
Matola, Mozambique
L’entretien a été réalisé par Nic Paget-Clarke - 2008
Dr. Fiona Cram and Glenis Philip-Barbara Research manager and researcher with the International Research Institute for Maori and Indigenous Education (IRI)
Genetic engineering and Maori health
Different ways of managing and understanding knowledge
Auckland, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2001
Miguel Angel Crespo Director of PROBIOMA
A Contribution To Agroecology:
Biological Control, Certified Forest, Local Control

Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2006

El Director de PROBIOMA
Un Aporte a Una Agricultura Ecología
Control Biológico, Bosque Certificado, Administración Local
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia
Entrevista por Nic Paget-Clarke - 2006
Dr. Eve Crowley Facilitator for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development Initiative (SARD), a civil society-led, government- and inter-governmental-supported, and FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) facilitated initiative
Respecting The Autonomy And Decisions Of The Poor
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Melquiades Cruz A participant at the Universidad de la Tierra, “My name is Melquiades Cruz. Most people know me as Kiado. I don’t belong to a specific organization. I am from a community in the Sierra Norte called Santa Cruz de Yagavila in the lower Sierra.”
A Zapoteco Community in Sierra Norte
Webs of Flowers
Oaxaca City, Oaxaca, Mexico
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2005
Aiden Delgado U.S. Army Reservist, 320th Military Police Company
Army Reservist Witnesses War Crimes:
New Revelations about Racism in the Military

Oakland, California
Interview by Paul Rockwell - 2005
Peter Dowling Ontario Coordinator of Canada's National Farmers Union
The farm income crisis, supply management, sustainability and more
Part 1 - The Farm Income Crisis / Part 2 - Sustainable farming
Howe Island, Ontario, Canada
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Vincent Eng Legal Director at the National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium (NAPALC).
28 Asian Pacific American organizations file support for affirmative action at the U. S. Supreme Court
Washington, D.C.
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2003
Moctesuma Esparza Film producer
From the L.A. High School Walkouts to "Selena" and "The Disappearance of Garcia Lorca"
San Diego, California
Interview by Victor Payan - 1998
Gustavo Esteva Author, local and international “grassroots activist and de-professionalized intellectual”, and a founder of the Universidad de la Tierra in Oaxaca, Mexico. Also a former corporate executive, a former guerrilla, a former high-ranking official in the government of President Echeverría, and an advisor with the Zapatista Army for National Liberation (EZLN) in Chiapas for the negotiations with the government.
The Society of the Different
1 The Center of the World
2
We Are People of Corn
3
Regenerating Community
Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2005
Susan Estrada An original developer of the Internet and founder of CERFnet, author, founder of Aldea Communications
The Internet: Handwashing of the Future?
Starting up the Internet / The Internet and Globalization / The Internet and Future Society
Carlsbad, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1997
Alison Fischer Co-manager of ACCESS, Alliance for Creating Campus Equity and Seeking Social Justice, Blue Ridge Regional Director for the United States Student Association.
"The Civil Rights Movement Is Not Over Yet"
Defending Affirmative Action in North Carolina
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1998
Jeanette Fitzsimons Member of the New Zealand parliament and co-chair of the Green Party
From Nuclear Free to Genetic Engineering Free
Soil ecology: the most serious and the least understood
ecological risk from genetically engineered crops
Wellington, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2001
Harrell Fletcher Artist
Merging art, functionality and education
Whitesburg, Kentucky
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Kate Fletcher Professor of Sustainability, Design and Fashion at London College of Fashion in the UK and author
The Lives of the Users of Clothes
"What the future looks like"
Santiago, Chile

Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2015
Gabriel Figueroa Flores Jr. Photographer and the son of Gabriel Figueroa
Gabriel Figueroa is considered the fourth of the three top Mexican muralists
San Diego, California
Interview by Fred Salas - 1998
Roberto Flores and Greg Tanaka Roberto Flores - 1996/97 Fulbright Fellow to Chiapas, Mexico, to study the role of women leaders, in creating and sustaining the Zapatista movement Greg Tanaka - writer and lecturer in education, cultural studies, social theory, and ethnographic methods
Autonomy and Participatory Democracy: An Ongoing Discussion on the Application of Zapatista Autonomy in the United States
Interview by Peter McLaren - 2002
Geraldo Fontes
Member of the national collective for the coordination of foreign relations for the MST (Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra - Landless Rural Workers' Movement)
“Without depending on power or having to take power”
Part 1 -- Building the New Society Now
Part 2 – Agrarian Reform / Agribusiness
São Paulo, Brazil
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2004
Vicky Funari Film director
Director of "Paulina" discusses independent filmmaking and the impact of the film on its creators and its audience
San Diego, California
Interview by Fred Salas - 1999
Ela Gandhi Member of the South African parliament and the African National Congress. She represents Phoenix, a large township of 300,000 near Durban. As a peace and gender activist she was banned and put under house arrest between 1975-1983. She is the granddaughter of Mohandas K. Gandhi.
The Gandhian view on sustainable development
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Adella Gautier Storyteller
"Don't Throw Me in the Briar Patch"
New Orleans, Louisiana
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1995
Graciela Elizabeth Geyer Student of Color Campus Diversity Project director for the United States Student Association (USSA).
"Eliminating affirmative action is re-segregating higher education"
Washington, D.C.
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2001
Graciela Elizabeth Geyer Student of Color Campus Diversity Project director for the United States Student Association (USSA).
"There is no place where affirmative action is not necessary or could not be improved."
Washington, D.C.
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Tom Goldtooth Executive director of the Indigenous Environmental Network
"We Cannot Continue To Live Like This"
San Rafael, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2011
Tom Goldtooth Executive director of the Indigenous Environmental Network
“First and foremost is our right to exist and to make our own decisions ...”
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Oded Grajew Initiator and Secretariat Member of the World Social Forum
Founder of the Ethos Institute for Business and Social Responsibility
“Another World is Possible”
Social responsibility: rules for being on the market

São Paulo, Brazil
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2004
Lester Greene Member of the Executive Board of Local 2507 EMT (Emergency Medical Technicians) and Paramedics of NYC EMS (New York City Emergency Medical Service)
EMS is becoming Ghetto Medicine
We need an expanded community healthcare system
New York, New York
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1993
Piedad Guallpa Member of FAMAS
(
Agroecological Front of Women Artesans of Shagalpud)
Medicinal Ointments: the Knowledge of the Ancestral People
Shagalpud, Cañar Province, Ecuador
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2007

Miembro de FAMAS
(
Frente Agroecólogico de Mujeres Artesanas de Shagalpud)
Pomadas Medicinales: Los Conocimientos Ancestrales
Shagalpud, Cañar, Ecuador
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2007
Andrea Guerrero Co-chair of Students for Educational Opportunity
Students Launch Campaign to Restore Affirmative Action in California
San Diego, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1998
Richard Haigh Manager of the Integrated Technology Department at
The Valley Trust
Sustainable development -- "Participatory development”
KwaDedangendlale, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Ayanna Hawkins Policy Program Director with Americans for a Fair Chance
"Preventing discrimination and promoting diversity"
– Affirmative Action 2002 –

Washington, D.C.
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Pedro Huayquillan Member of the Huayquillan Mapuche community
Defending the Ancient Trails / the Culture
Chos Malal, Neuquén Province, Argentina
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2014
M. Ayodele Heath Poet
An Interview with M. Ayodele Heath

Atlanta, Georgia
Interview by Collin Kelley - 2010
Ian Henderson New Zealand farmer
GE is another way of being unsustainable in the biological sense
The market wants an un-modified product
Amberly, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2001
Eufronio Herrera President of the City Council of San Pedro
Ending Dependence On Intermediaries
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2006

Presidente del Consejo de Municipio San Pedro
Terminando la Dependencía de los Intermediarios
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2006
Lilian Hill and Wahleah Johns Lilian Hill is a founder and organizer of the Black Mesa Water Coalition. Wahleah Johns is executive director of the Black Mesa Water Coalition. “We don’t have to be the battery for America” /
Sustainable Development: It’s Old But It’s New
Kykotsmovi, Hopi Nation
Arizona
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2004
Shannon Hummel Choreographer and dancer
From a movement standpoint - Dance
Harlan County, Kentucky
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Jason Hwang Musician / composer
The Far East Side . . .
New York, New York
Interview by ImprovisAsians - 1996
Mika Iba, Osamu Horii, Yoko Nakagawa and
Masako Ogawa
Representatives of Japanese farmers' and consumers' groups
"It's the ethics of the quantity."
St. Louis, Missouri
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1998
Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. U.S. civil rights leader
Affirmative Action, Wall St., and the International Monetary Fund
San Diego, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1998
Sydney Jackson Maori community leader
"Undisturbed and exclusive possession of the land, estates and forests"
The strength in it
Auckland, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2001
Jon Jang and James Newton Composers
On the creation of "When Sorrow Turns to Joy"
Los Angeles, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Jon Jang and Francis Wong Composers / Founders of Asian Improv recording company
10th Anniversary of Asian Improv
San Francisco, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1997
Sue Jarrett Rancher, independent consultant for the Grace Factory Farm Project, co-chair of USDA's Small Farm Advisory Committee
Fighting hog factories in eastern Colorado
near Wray, Colorado
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000/1
Maria Jiménez Director of the Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project (LEMP), a project of the American Friends Service Committee.
“We must not equate immigration with terrorism”
Houston, Texas
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2001
Maria Jiménez Director of the Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project (LEMP), a project of the American Friends Service Committee.
The Militarization of the U.S.-Mexico Border
Part 1 - Border Communities Respond to Militarization, Accountability and Direct Involvement
Part 2 - From Slave Patrol to Border Patrol, Life and Culture in U.S.-Mexico Border Communities
Houston, Texas
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1998
Wahleah Johns and Lilian Hill Wahleah Johns is executive director of the Black Mesa Water Coalition.Lilian Hill is a founder and organizer of the Black Mesa Water Coalition. “We don’t have to be the battery for America” /
Sustainable Development: It’s Old But It’s New
Kykotsmovi, Hopi Nation
Arizona
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2004
Chalmers Johnson, Ph.D. Author of the best-selling books “Blowback”, “The Sorrows of Empire,” and “MITI and the Japanese Miracle”. Co-founder and president of the Japan Policy Research Institute
Part 1. An Empire of More Than 725 Military Bases
Part 2. From CIA Analyst to Best-Selling Scholar
Cardiff, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2004
Stephanie Juno Performance artist
An interview with performance artist Stephanie Juno
Whitesburg, Kentucky
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Fred Kalibwani An organizer of PELUM (Participatory Ecological Land Use Management)
Community rights policy and small-scale farming in eastern and southern Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
S. Kannaiyan Organizing secretary for the Erode District chapter of the farmers’ association Tamizhaga Vivasayigal Sangam in Tamil Nadu, India.
Democratic Decentralization of the Means of Production
Matola, Mozambique
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2008
Sister Bernie Kenny Certified nurse practitioner, a Sister of the Medical Missionaries of Mary
The Health Wagon in the Appalachian Mountains
Appalachians take care of their own
Dickinson County, Virginia
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1996
John Kinsman President of Family Farm Defenders
Frugal and Fair / Local and Global
Near Lime Ridge, Wisconsin
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2011
Suzanne Lacy "I do art, advocacy, and education."
An interview with Suzanne Lacy
near Elkhorn City, Kentucky
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Kimi Lee Former Executive Director of University of California Student Association
The University of California: The End of Affirmative Action -- the Beginning of Privatization?
Oakland, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1997
Anne Lewis Video director
Community-directed Television - 40 videos about the Appalachian people
Whitesburg, Kentucky
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1996
Jennifer Lin Student of Color Campus Diversity Project director for the United States Student Association (USSA).
Affirmative Action: Learning from achievements in Florida
Washington, D.C.
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Jennifer Lin Student of Color Campus Diversity Project director for the United States Student Association (USSA).
"Re-thinking the Way We Organize" - A National Movement for Affirmative Action
Washington, D.C.
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1998
Dr. Ann Lesch Egypt: Uprising And Analysis
Two Years Later. February 2013

Cairo, Egypt
and Savannah, Georgia
Interview by Ja A. Jahannes - 2013
Alice Lovelace Poet, teacher, and organizer.
Accept The Responsibility
Part 1: Part of the Process / Organized Chaos
Part 2: Education, Poetry, And The Nuance That Is Left Out
Atlanta, Georgia
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2011
Alice Lovelace Poet, performance writer, and arts activist, educator, and co-editor of In Motion Magazine
Community-based Art - "It should not be a unique thing to be an artist."
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Interview by Rich Foster - 1996
Diogenes Lucio National director of legal affairs and human rights for FENOCIN (The National Confederation of Peasant, Indigenous, and Black Organizations)
Agroecology and the Andean Cosmovision
Quito, Ecuador
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2007

Dirigente nacional de asuntos jurídicos y derechos humanos de FENOCIN
(Confederación Nacional de Organizaciones Campesinas, Indígenas y Negras)
La agroecología y la cosmovisión andina
Quito, Ecuador
Entrevista por Nic Paget-Clarke - 2007
Monique Luse Student leader, a junior, majoring in political science, and African and African American studies at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She is co-founder of Students Supporting Affirmative Action, Vice-Speaker of the Black Student Union, and Co-chair of the Minority Affairs Commission of the Michigan Student Assembly.
"Both attacks on affirmative action and globalization involve a sense of neglecting the other"
Supporting affirmative action in Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Dr. Luis Macas President of CONAIE
The Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador
“What we are proclaiming is the self-determination of the peoples”
Quito, Ecuador

Presidente de CONAIE
La Confederación de Nacionalidades Indígenas del Ecuador
“Lo que estamos planteando es la autodeterminación de los pueblos”
Quito, Ecuador
Entrevista por Nic Paget-Clarke - 2007
Severine Macedo Youth Representative of FETRAF-SUL
Independent Alternatives for Rural Youth
Chapecó, Santa Catarina, Brazil
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2004
Sindiswa Mahuza Urban agricultural fieldworker with Abalimi Bezekhaya
Unemployed women create vegetable gardens in Khayelitsha
"By having land people will create jobs for themselves"
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
John Malpede Founder / director of Los Angeles Poverty Department theater group
A good survival strategy - Theater
Part 1 - Mobilizing homeless people / Part 2 - The extractive economy
Whitesburg, Kentucky
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Roberto Martinez Human rights activist, director of the U.S. / Mexico Border Program and Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project of the American Friends Service Committee
Border operations / Migrant life / Organizing for human rights
Part 1
- "One of the greatest human rights tragedies in the history of the U. S.”
Part 2 - Combating hate crimes, organizing to improve housing conditions.
Part 3 -
Organizing on the border for human rights.
San Diego, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2001
Roberto Martinez Human rights activist, director of the U.S. / Mexico Border Program and Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project of the American Friends Service Committee
U.S. Border Patrol in S. California developing deadly but ineffective Operation Gatekeeper
418 men, women and children die in 4 years, in California, crossing U.S. / Mexico border
San Diego, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1999
Roberto Martinez Human rights activist, director of the U.S. / Mexico Border Program and Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project of the American Friends Service Committee
Immigration and Human Rights on the U.S. / Mexico Border
San Diego, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1997
Marine Sergeant Jimmy Massey United States Marine Corps Staff Sergeant
Back From Iraq: "I Killed Innocent People For Our Government"
Oakland, California
Interview by Paul Rockwell - 2004
Robbie McCauley Performance artist and teacher
People's Sense of Place
Pennington Gap, Virginia
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Mandla Mentoor Founder, member, and director of the Soweto Mountain of Hope
The Soweto Mountain of Hope:
Making People Free
Soweto, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
MES

Renowned international scholar
Egypt: Uprising And Analysis
Cairo, Egypt and Savannah, Georgia
Interview by Ja A. Jahannes - 2011

Cornelius Minor Florida A&M student-body president
"One Florida" assumes that inequities don’t exist any more --
Gov Jeb Bush's "One Florida" and Ward Connerly's anti-affirmative action initiative
Tallahassee, Florida
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Bill Mitchell Father of Sergeant Michael Mitchell
Father's Day In War
From Grief To Protest: How Peace Loving Fathers Honor Their Fallen Sons
Oakland, California
Interview by Paul Rockwell
Nobuko Miyamoto Works in the performing arts. Runs an arts organization called Great Leap.
Performing Arts, Obon, Yoga and Martial Arts
Pennington Gap, Virginia
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Luciana Monacci and Fabian Beltrán Members of La Mesa Campesina del Norte Neuquino
The Inter-Connectedness of Life from a Viewpoint of Solidarity
Chos Malal, Neuquén Province, Argentina
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2014
Miembros de La Mesa Campesina del Norte Neuquino
La Integralidad de la Vida Desde una Mirada Muy Solidaria
Chos Malal, Provincia de Neuquén, Argentina
Sister Ruth Montrichard & Father Pantin Executive director of SERVOL (Service Volunteered for All)
Father Pantin is chairman
Taking Back Education
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2004
Jocelyn Moore Student body vice-president at the University of Florida
Florida students organize to defend affirmative action from Connerly, Gov. Jeb Bush
Gainesville, Florida
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Justus Lavi Mwololo Justus Lavi Mwololo speaks about Kenya’s agriculture
“Farmers, we have to put forward our agenda.”
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Andrew Nagem A Community Sculptor
"Taking a piece of clay and transforming it into something beautiful."
Las Cruces, New Mexico / San Diego, California
Interview by Fred Salas - 1999
George Naylor Independent farmer and past president of the National Family Farm Coalition
In the U.S. Today: Farmers or Employees?
Churdan, Iowa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2011
Sue Neiderer Member of Military Families Speak Out
Death By Lying:
"Military recruiters misled my son, and now he's dead."
Oakland, California
Interview by Paul Rockwell - 2004
James Newton and Jon Jang Composers
On the creation of "When Sorrow Turns to Joy"
Los Angeles, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2000
Johnny Nguyen Photographer
Taking Photos of Occupy: Beautiful. Historic.
San Diego, California

Published in In Motion Magazine May 6, 2012
Diamantino Nhampossa Executive Disrector of UNAC (of the União Nacional de Camponeses /National Peasants' Union)
Organizing Food Sovereignty in Mozambique
Matola, Mozambique
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2008
Paul Nicholson

Farmer and member of EHNE (Euskal Herriko Nekazarien Elkartasuna), the Basque Farmers Union in the Basque Country, and a member of the International Coordinating Committee in Via Campesina.
Food Sovereignty and a New Way of Internal Democracy
Matola, Mozambique
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2008

Miguel Angel Nuñez International relationship coordinator for IPIAT (Instituto para la Produccion e Investigacion de la Agricultura Tropical) and an advisor to the presidential office of President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela.
The Science of Sustainable Agriculture Is Agroecology
Mérida, Venezuela
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2007
Miguel Angel Nuñez International relationship coordinator for IPIAT (Instituto para la Produccion e Investigacion de la Agricultura Tropical) and an advisor to the presidential office of President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela.
Farmers are Demanding Agroecology:
Making Democracy Participative
Barinas and Caracas, Venezuela
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2004
Sandra Osawa Native American independent filmmaker
"Listen to your own voice!"
Seattle, Washington & San Diego, California
Interview by Victor Payan - 1997
Ralph Paige Executive Director of the Federation of Southern Cooperatives
African American farmers organize against Republican "Freedom to Farm" bill
Proposed budget cuts would devastate African American farms in the Southeast
Washington, D.C. / Atlanta, Georgia
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1996
Pan Yong Ling, Li Jin Ping, Li Hong Mei, and Wang Hong Beijing Opera artists
Arts are unlimited. You never stop learning.
San Francisco, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke and Wang Hong - 2000
Father Pantin & Sister Ruth Montrichard Chairman of SERVOL (Service Volunteered for All)
Sister Ruth Montrichard is executive director
Taking Back Education
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2004
Mauricio Parada Member of CUN (Crianceros Unidos del Norte / United Herders of the North)
Defending the Ancient Trails / the Culture
Chos Malal, Neuquén Province, Argentina
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2014
Frank Partnoy Law and finance professor, author
Deregulation, Derivatives, and Moral Hazard

San Diego, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2013
Ralph and Myrna Paulus Montana farmers
"It Takes Guts to Make a Democracy"
An Interview about storytelling circles, the arts and democracy.
Choteau, Montana
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1995
Bernardo Peredo “… a Bolivian citizen working in sustainable and environmental governance, political ecology, biodiversity conservation, and local economic development.” He is also a doctoral candidate at Oxford University (Oxford University Centre for the Environment), doing his research in Bolivia.
Indigenous Communities, Biodiversity, Natural Resources,
and Sustainable Development in Bolivia

La Paz, Bolivia
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2006
Logan Perkins Member of the organization Food for Maine’s Future and the National Family Farm Coalition in the U.S.
Local Economies and a Just Food System
Matola, Mozambique
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2008
Rhonda Perry Program Director of the Missouri Rural Crisis Center
Grassroots Missouri Organizing
A Variety of Tactics, Consistent Strategies
Armstrong, Missouri
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2005
Rhonda Perry Program Director of the Missouri Rural Crisis Center
Changing the focus of the international debate on trade
Price supports, inventory management, and grain reserves
Columbia, Missouri
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2003
Julio dos Santos Pessego Advocacy project director for UNAC (União Nacional de Camponeses/National Peasants' Union), Member of UCASN (União dos Camponeses Sul de Niassa/ South Niassa Peasants’ Union)
An Understanding of Associations
Lichinga, Niassa, Mozambique
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2008
Lourdes Portillo Film director
"Not just the pyramids and menudo"
San Diego, California
Interview by Fred Salas - 1998
Elfrieda Pschorn-Strauss Research coordinator of Biowatch South Africa
GE crops, trade liberalization and food sovereignty in southern Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Xochimilco Zapatista and Puente a la Esperanza Commission (Aide, Angelica and Victor) of members
of
Xochimilco Zapatista and Puente a la Esperanza
Where Dreams Can Be Created, Constructed
Mexico City
, Mexico
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2005
Quetzal Musical group
Forging the sound of the New Millennium
Los Angeles, California
Interview by Chris Gonzalez Clarke - 1998
Jose Ramirez Artist / painter
Contemporary Latino life in Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California
Interview by Roberto Flores - 2001
ReadNex Poetry Squad A group of poets
Alice Lovelace Interview
the ReadNex Poetry Squad
with poetry by Decora: I Write / Images of Santa Ana
Atlanta, Georgia
Interview by Alice Lovelace - 2008
René Redwood Former Special Assistant to past Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich, former executive director of Americans for a Fair Chance
The positive impact of affirmative action is a fact in our daily lives
Affirmative Action and the Civil Rights Movement
Washington, D.C.
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1999
Kalissa Regier Youth Vice President of the National Farmers Union, Canada
Control Over the Farm
Matola, Mozambique
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2008
Pedro Reyes Millan Sculptor of taparo and Barinas state director of IPIAT (Instituto para la Produccion e Investigacion de la Agricultura Tropical).
From Guerrilla Commander to Taparo Sculptor: Art and production models which transfer knowledge
"Learning means dignity"
Barinas, Venezuela
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2004
Dr. Eleanora (Norrie) Robbins An adjunct faculty member at San Diego State University in the Department of Geological Sciences. Retired from the U.S. Geological Survey, after 34 years. Peace Corps volunteer in Tanzania for two years. I'm a member of Women Occupy San Diego. Part of a National Science Foundation (NSF) project called Art of Science Learning. I teach outdoor science to kids on Indian reservations, called Science Explorers Clubv
Mapping Connections: How to Take Care of the Earth
La Mesa, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2014
Francisca Rodriguez (English)

"rom here, from Lampa, which is a very large commune in the metropolitan region of Santiago. I belong to the National Association of Rural and Indigenous Women (ANAMURI). And I am one of the constituent members of La Vía Campesina, at the international level, and of CLOC (Coordinadora Latinoamericana de Organizaciones del Campo), which is the Latin American identity of Via Campesina.”
Interview with Francisca Rodriguez Of ANAMURI and La Vía Campesina
Part 1 / Making Visible the Work and Participation of Women
Part 2 / Recuperating Consciousness / A Space for Exchange
Santiago, Chile
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2014 (published 2017)

Francisca Rodriguez
(Español)
"... vivo de Lampa, una comuna muy grande de la región metropolitana de Santiago. Pertenezco a la Asociación Nacional de Mujeres Rurales e Indígenas, ANAMURI, organización de la cual soy constituyente, lo mismo que de La Vía Campesina a nivel internacional, y de la CLOC (Coordinadora Latinoamericana de Organizaciones del Campo que es la identidad de América Latina de La Vía.”
Entrevista con Francisca Rodriguez de ANAMURI y La Vía Campesina
Parte 1 / Visibilizar el trabajo y la participación de las mujeres
Parte 2 / Recuperar consciencia / Un espacio de intercambio
Santiago, Chile
Entrevista por Nic Paget-Clarke - 2014 (publicado 2017)
Dr. Silvia Rodriguez Chair of the board of directors of Genetic Resources Action International (GRAIN). GRAIN is an international non-governmental organization which promotes the sustainable management and use of agricultural biodiversity based on people's control over genetic resources and local knowledge.
Costa Rica's Biodiversity Law
Intellectual community rights are preeminent to intellectual property rights
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Peter Rosset Researcher at the Center for the Study of Change in the Mexican Countryside (CECCAM),a non-profit organization which supports the peasant movement in Mexico. Also, the co-coordinator of the Land Research Action Network or Landaction.org.”
Agrarian Reform, Land Reform, Food Sovereignty
San Felipe, Yaracuy, Venezuela
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2005
L. A. Samy and Christina Samy L.A. Samy is Director of AREDS (Association of Rural Education and Development Service)
Christina Samy is Program Coordinator of AREDS and works with SWATE (Society of Women in Action for Total Empowerment)
The poor have to be united / You create alternatives
Renganathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2003
Raymundo Sánchez Barraza General coordinator of CIDECI (Centro Indígena de Capacitación Integral)
A University Without Shoes
An Indigenous Intercultural System of Informal Education
San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2005

Entrevista con Raymundo Sánchez Barraza
Una Universidad Sin Zapatos
Sistema Indígena Intercultural de Educación no Formal
San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico
Henry Saragih General Coordinator of La Via Campesina and Chairman of the Indonesian Peasant Union
Not Wait for the Changing of Our Society Through the Government
Matola, Mozambique
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2008
Devinder Sharma Award-winning journalist, writer, and researcher on food and trade policy.You Have to Decide: the Tree or the GDP?
The "Green Chomsky" doesn't spare words alerting about the hidden hunger crisis.
Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Interview by Eduardo Aguiar de Almeida - 2010
Devinder Sharma Award-winning journalist, writer, and researcher on food and trade policy.
The politics of food and agriculture
Part 1
From British Colonialism to WTO Rules and Privatization
Part 2
From Secured-Cash Crops to Village Republics
New Delhi, India
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2003
Dr. Vandana Shiva Physicist, ecologist, activist, editor, and author
The Role of Patents in the Rise of Globalization
“The recovery of economic democracy is at the heart of recovery of democracy itself.”
New Delhi, India
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2003
Dr. Vandana Shiva Physicist, ecologist, activist, editor, and author
Discussing “Water Wars”
Resurrection of commons, community rights, and direct and basic democracy
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Vandana Shiva Entrevista en español (1998)
St. Louis, Missouri
Interview por Nic Paget-Clarke - 1998
Dr. Vandana Shiva Physicist, ecologist, activist, editor, and author
"The deeper you can manipulate living structures the more you can control food and medicine."
St. Louis, Missouri
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1998
Russell Simmons Organic dairy farmer
A guarantee of safe food
Organizing organic dairy farmers
Waikato, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2001
Herb E. Smith Appalachian video documentary-maker
Appalachians Speak for Themselves
Whitesburg, Kentucky
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1996
Four of the Organizers of Sobreruedas en el Barrio Organizers of Sobreruedas en el Barrio: A Neighborhood Market
Claiming Space: Involve the Alternative
San Diego, California
Interview by Carlos huerta and Nic Paget-Clarke - 2013
Maui Solomon Moriori Maori barrister, an indigenous lawyer from Aotearoa New Zealand
The Wai 262 Claim by Six Maori Tribes
Flora and fauna and cultural and intellectual heritage rights
Wellington, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2001
Jeff Song Musician/composer
Rules of Engagement
Boston, Massachusetts
Interview by ImprovisAsians - 1996
Fernando Suarez del Solar Father of Jesus Suarez del Solar
Father's Day In War
From Grief To Protest: How Peace Loving Fathers Honor Their Fallen Sons
Oakland, California
Interview by Paul Rockwell
Dr. Doreen Stabinsky Plant geneticist
Assessing the Risks of Genetic Engineering
Super weeds, non-target impacts, horizontal gene transfer
Auckland, Aotearoa / New Zealand
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2001
Fabiola Tafolla Organizational director for the University of California Student Association
University of California students campaign to win back affirmative action
Oakland, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1999
Jose Torres Tama Performance and visual artist
". . . a satirical and ominous vision of a techno-pop U.S. TV culture."
New Orleans, Louisiana
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1996
Nilda Elisa Tapia and Olga Tapia

(
en español)
Members of La Mesa Campesina del Norte Neuquino
Usurped: This Land Has a Lot of Oil
Chos Milal, Neuquén Province, Argentina
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2016
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz Executive Director of Tebtebba Foundation
an indigenous people’s policy research center
“Democracy in relation to how food is distributed"
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Dr. Tewolde B. G. Egziabher General Manager of the Environmental Protection Authority of Ethiopia and also the Institute for Sustainable Development)
On farmer empowerment, genetic engineering and global systems
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Thich Nhat Hanh Venerable Zen Master at Deer Park Monastery in Escondido. Known worldwide for his social and political activism
Community-Based Art and the Practice of Compassion and Mindfulness
Escondido, California
Interview by Eloise de Leon - 2001
Piri Thomas Author
Parts 1 & 2:
The Inspiration to Write "Down These Mean Streets"
Part 3:
Of Prisons, Wordsongs, Self-determination and Laughter
Berkeley, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1998
Henri Tiphagne Executive Director of People's Watch -Tamil Nadu
Human Rights Organizations: Protective and Promotive
Monitoring the state -- Educating in the schools
Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2003
Faustino Torrez A national leader of the ATC
(Asociación de Trabajadores del Campo /Association of Rural Workers)

Part 1: The People and Their Land
Managua, Nicaragua
Published in In Motion Magazine December 17, 2009
Faustino Torrez Un dirigente nacional de la Asociación de Trabajadores del Campo
Primera Parte: La Gente y Su Tierra
Managua, Nicaragua
Published in In Motion Magazine 17 de diciembre, 2009
Altemir Tortelli General Coordinator of FETRAF-SUL
"When Cooperative Structures Are The Instrument" and Autonomy
Chapecó, Santa Catarina, Brazil
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2004
Xuan-Trang "Mary" Tran-Thien Outreach Coordinator of the Asian Pacific American Coalition for Equality (APACE)
"All eyes are on Washington state": Washington's Initiative 200, like California's Prop 209, uses deceptive language in an attempt to harm civil rights
Seattle, Washington
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1998
Toni Van Pelt State president of Florida National Organization for Women, treasurer of Floridians Representing Equity and Equality (FREE)
In Florida: Affirmative Action and the Presidential Elections
St. Petersburg, Florida
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2001
Jayshree Vyas Managing Director of SEWA (Self Employed Women’s Association) Bank
To come out of this vicious cycle of poverty
Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2003
Ron Welburn Poet
Dreamtime Keeper: Interview with Native American Poet Ron Welburn
Savannah, Georgia
Interview by Ja A. Jahannes - 2010
Evelyn C. White Author of biography of Alice Walker
An Interview with Valerie Boyd and Evelyn C. White
(Biographies of Alice Walker and Zora Neale Hurston)
Boston, Massachusetts
Interview by Felicia Pride - 2005
Shirley Wilcher Attorney w/affirmative action in: community groups; Congress; Clinton administration; private sector.
Civil Rights Since the 2003 Supreme Court Affirmative Action Decisions
-- Combating Circumventions and Political Interpretations --
Accokeek, Maryland
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2004
Virginia Franco, Tammy Martin, Evie Kosower, Christina Imhoof Members of Women Occupy San Diego
Community Helps Community
Selling Fruits And Vegetables at the Sobreruedas
San Diego, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2013
Jon Jang and Francis Wong Composers / Founders of Asian Improv recording company
10th Anniversary of Asian Improv
San Francisco, California
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 1997
Yancy Theater artist
Reflections of an Albanian Theater Artist
Part 4 of Creating Art in the Balkans
Tirana, Albania -- San Diego, U.S.A.
Interview by Eloise de Leon - 1996
Yin Shao Loong Research officer with the Third World Network
Democracy at the International Level
Johannesburg, South Africa
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2002
Yoon, Geum-Soon International coordinator of the Korean Women Peasants Association (KWPA), co-chairperson of the Korean Women’s Alliance, and a member of the International Coordinating Committee in Via Campesina.
Women’s Rights Are A Precondition to Food Sovereignty
Matola, Mozambique
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2008
Xochimilco Zapatista and Puente a la Esperanza Commission (Aide, Angelica and Victor) of members
of
Xochimilco Zapatista and Puente a la Esperanza
Where Dreams Can Be Created, Constructed
Mexico City
, Mexico
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2005
Manuel Zapata Olivella One of South America's foremost Black writers, intellectuals and activists.
South America's Voice of African Consciousness
Bogotá, Colombia
Interview by Ja A. Jahannes / Photo by Magdalena Agüero - 1993
Raúl Zibechi Professor at the Multiversidad Franciscana de America Latina; a columnist and international analyst for Brecha in Montevideo, Uruguay and La Jornada in Mexico City; and the author of many books.
A Civilizational Crisis: Different Paradigms and Different Ways To Build Them
Montevideo, Uruguay
Interview by Nic Paget-Clarke - 2014
Raúl Zibechi Uruguayan journalist, writer and activist
Speaking about social movements in Latin America
Barcelona, Spain
Interview by GRAIN - 2011