This Week on GR
by C.L. Cook - Gorilla-Radio.com
The mantra, “A Better World is Possible” emerged in the early days of this century. Then it was a call to action to make manifest that promise by challenging those busy making the worst of Creation – destroying Nature, debasing humanity, and threatening even the survival of the planet – for the benefit of a few. I answered that clarion in this small effort, and after more than twenty years I wonder if perhaps another way to a better World is possible!
Alicen Grey is a creative polymath; novelist, playwright, poet, musician, and author of HologramPress.com, “publisher of mystical musings about the paranormal, the occult, aliens, magick, the metaphysical nature of reality, and other spiritual themes…“ Alicen’s solo music project, When Humans Had Wings has just released ‘Run Rabbit Run,’ an album she describes as “synchro-mystic”, and a chronicle of her “in-progress self-liberation process.”
Alicen Grey in the first half.
And; the 38th Annual BC and Yukon Book Prizes Gala is hosted in Vancouver September 24th. This year, Testimonio: Canadian Mining in the Aftermath of Genocides in Guatelmala has been selected as a finalist for the “Jim Deva Prize for Writing That Provokes”. The book is the collaborative effort of editors Catherine Nolin of the University of Northern British Columbia, and Grahame Russell of Rightsaction.org. In anticipation of the Gala evening, both Catherine and Grahame are talking about the book and the ongoing harmful impacts of Canadian companies’ activities on the people of Guatemala.
Grahame Russell is co-founder of RightsAction, and part-time adjunct professor at UNBC. The non-practicing lawyer has lived and worked in Mexico and Central America, contributing his talents to CODEHUCA, the Commission for the Defense of Human Rights in Central America, among other positions performed for a variety of rights organizations in the region.
Grahame Russell and Testimonio in the second half.
But first, Alicen Grey and exploring paths to the possible.