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Posted on May 12th, by admin in Body of Work. No Comments

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To A High Court, The Tumult and Choices that Led to United States of America v. SCRAP

It is the fall of 1971. Richard Nixon is in the White House. The nation is still in turmoil over the war in Vietnam…Within George Washington University, five law students… take on the Nation’s Railroads and the oldest regulatory agency, the Interstate Commerce Commission…They want the unnecessary extraction of natural resources and the impediments to recycling analyzed and stopped. Their name: Students Challenging Regulatory Agency Procedures, SCRAP.”

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Radio Interview (2006), To A High Court (mp3 audio file)


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The Rights of My People, Liliuokalani’s Enduring Battle With the United States, 1893 to 1917

January 1893. Hawaii. The United States Navy stood poised. Gatling gun and bayonets in place. The Navy’s military prowess was intended to displace the native Hawaiian culture and the constitutional monarchy in place for fifty years. Poised, as well, was Queen Liliuokalani…. She took the long view….The Rights of My People examines the two battles for Hawaii’s sovereignty. Liliuokalani led them – the 1893 coup d’état and annexation in 1898 through a new perspective: The harsh remnants of the Civil War, the missionary’s disquieting view of race, and the Renaissance and newly defined role of Hawaiian women. Explored for the first time is the second battle – the fate of the Crown lands, a quarter of the Hawaii islands, taken in the 1893 coup d’état…. and contested aggressively by Liliuokalani through 1910…in the Nation’s capital.”

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Visit http://www.RightsofMyPeople.com

Radio Interview (2009), Rights of My People (m4a audio file)


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The Enduring Meaning of Bartolomeo Vanzetti and Nicola Sacco Within the Italian American Experience

“This body of work has reflected my intention to encourage a colloquy about the meaning and effects among Italian immigrants and Italian Americans of the fight for the lives of Bartolomeo Vanzetti and Nicola Sacco…. It was not a lonely journey….The work was written, presented orally, organized, or performed between 1996 and 2002.”

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