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Burma Radio show Tuesday, 6-7PM MTS in the USA on KGNU.org

Listen live on KGNU.org and call-in to join the discussion about Burma. You can remain anonymous if you like, or pitch your favorite non-profit or book.Tell us your story or connection with Burma. Or ask a question. This is a general discuss with T Kumar, Advocacy Director for Asia & Pacific from Amnesty International about human rights. He will speak about Burma/Myanmar: Its History and Politics.

I would love to hear personal stories from refugees, immigrants, courageous women in Burma or Thailand...Call 1-303-442-4242 and join the discussion. You can listen as you wait on hold.

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Nikki Kayser
News & Public Affairs
KGUN.org Community Radio

Nikki,

Welcome to PulseWire. How did these two shows go? Are they available as podcats by chance?

~Jennifer

Nikki Kayser's picture

podcast of Burma show

Thanks for your interest. You can hear the show on KGNU.org. Select "Listings" and July 1. Then "Hemispheres". At the right is a button to listen or download. The download will be an MP3 that could be posted as a podcast, but it is not clean- a little before and after might be included. If you want something cleaner, with the station logo to use as a hot button, let me know.

I think we touched on the most important issues of human rights, UN & NGO corruption, minority issues, racial genocide, slavery, rape, Cyclone Nargis update, the military regime, US corporate complicity...even Princess Inge Sargent called in!

Nikki Kayser
News & Public Affairs
KGUN.org Community Radio

Corine Milano's picture

Wonderful!

Nikki,

Thanks so much for posted about this here! I am also wondering if this content will be available online? I'd love to hear what came out of this!

The show has already happened, right? How did it go?

Corine

Thanks for your interest. You can hear the show on KGNU.org. Select "Listings" and July 1. Then "Hemispheres". At the right is a button to listen or download. The download will be an MP3 that could be posted as a podcast, but it is not clean- a little before and after might be included. If you want something cleaner, with the station logo to use as a hot button, let me know.

I think we touched on the most important issues of human rights, UN & NGO corruption, minority issues, racial genocide, slavery, rape, Cyclone Nargis update, the military regime, US corporate complicity...even Princess Inge Sargent called in!

Nikki Kayser
News & Public Affairs
KGUN.org Community Radio

Corine Milano's picture

Fabulous!

Wonderful to hear that it went well and that Inge Sargent was able to call in! Ramya, who is on the site and a member of the group, recently interviewed her for our last edition and had only wonderful things to say.

I will absolutely take a listen to this! Thanks for the link!

Corine

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