Interview with Lou Plummer

This podcast is a fantastic interview with Lou Plummer from Fayetteville, NC. He’s a former North Carolina National Guardsman and ex-state prison guard. He’s working hard with Military Families Speak Out and Bring Them Home Now to end the war in Iraq and get our soldiers home. We discussed a lot of stuff but our focus was the March 19, 2005 rally and march in Fayetteville, NC. We also touched on the effect of the war in Iraq on the people of North Carolina, the difficulty for members of the US Military and their families to oppose the war in Iraq, and how the main stream media covers events like these. Lou has a great message for those who agree and disagree with the cause to end the war. I would like to personally encourage everyone to attend this event wether or not you live in North Carolina. This movement and event is truly one of the most peaceful and positive methods of ending needless death and suffering all over the world! I was touched and inspired by our talk. I hope you are too.
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Interview with Marty Kearns

This weeks show is an interview with Marty Kearns. He’s the Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Green Media Toolshed. His personal weblog is We talked about GMT, what Network Centric Advocacy is, why non-profits should blog, examples of Network Centric Advocacy in action, etc.
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Dan Gillmor speaks at UNC Journalism School

This weeks podcast is a recording of a talk Dan Gillmor gave at the UNC School of Journalism on Monday, February 14, 2005. He discussed his ideas about the future of citizen journalism and covered many of the points in his new book called We The Media. His book is under a Creative Commons license and is available as a free download here. I’ve included the first 27 minutes of the talk in this podcast. If you are interested in listening to the rest it’s available in the Audio Archives section. Soon video of the event, shot by folks at UNC, should be online too.
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