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End stage capitalism– spelled ‘Louisiana’

Some friends associated with the venerable Living Theatre of 1960’s fame are currently touring a show on capitalism as a form of sado-masochism. I got to see Know Your Rites at a dress rehearsal. Not an easy thing to watch, but I’ve been thinking about it a great deal (and you should go see it […]

Restoring the Gulf after BP–the five year anniversary

Telley Madina, a man who knows Louisiana and the effects of BP’s disaster On Thursday 4/16, we spoke to Telley Madina on Brooklyn Culture Jam radio.¬†Telley Madina is the Senior. Gulf Coast Policy Officer for Oxfam America. He is also the son-in-law Byron Encalade, a Louisiana oysterman¬†from Pointe A La Hache whose story was featured […]