I was interviewed on this show last night. Here's the program's description of the show. You can hear the 45 minute interview by clicking on the link.
Tillicum Wawa: Voices of the People, interviewed Robert Miller, professor of law at Lewis and Clark college who works heavily in Indian law. Robert discussed his new book, "Reservation "Capitalism:" Economic Development in Indian Country." The book covers economics in Indian Country past, present, and suggestions for the future. It was a great interview and Robert made many things clear about capitalism, economics, and indigenous peoples. You'll like this book and you like this interview.
Tillicum Wawa: Voices of the People is Eugene Johnson and Rhonda "Shusli" Baseler-Johnson and currently airs every other Thursday from 6-7pm on KBOO Community Radio Station, 90.7fm in Portland, Oregon.
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