Climate Justice Forum: Lakota, Wet’suwet’en, & Valve Turner Pipeline Resistance, Russell Means at Columbus Day Protest, Idaho Train Bridge & Gas Well Objections & COVID-19 Rates, Georgia Hazmat Derailment 10-14-20


In honor of Indigenous Peoples Day every day, the Wednesday, October 14, 2020, Climate Justice Forum radio program, produced by regional, climate activist collective Wild Idaho Rising Tide (WIRT), features news and reflections on frontline resistance to pipelines through Lakota and  Wet’suwet’en waters and lands, a Russell Means speech at a 2007 Columbus Day protest, Idaho train bridge and gas well objections and highest positive COVID-19 test rates, tar sands pipeline blockaders, a Georgia hazardous materials derailment and fire, and a vice presidential debate interloper. Broadcast for eight years on progressive, volunteer, community station KRFP Radio Free Moscow, every Wednesday between 1:30 and 3 pm Pacific time, on-air at 90.3 FM and online, the show describes continent-wide, grassroots opposition to fossil fuel projects, the root causes of climate change, thanks to generous, anonymous listeners who adopted program host Helen Yost as their KRFP DJ.