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9/23/20 - Peter Buffett, Manual Rozental, and Pablo Millalen - First Voices Radio

September 23, 2020 Tiokasin Ghosthorse
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9/23/20 - Peter Buffett, Manual Rozental, and Pablo Millalen - First Voices Radio
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9/23/20 - Peter Buffett, Manual Rozental, and Pablo Millalen - First Voices Radio
Sep 23, 2020
Tiokasin Ghosthorse

Peter Buffet is a well established musician, composer and producer as well as Co-Chairman of the NoVo Foundation. 

Highlights of Peter’s music, film, and television work include the Fire Dance scene in the Oscar-winning film "Dances With Wolves"; the entire score for "500 Nations" the 8-hour miniseries for CBS produced by Kevin Costner; and winning an Emmy for his album, "Ojibwe." 

As Co-Chair of the NoVo Foundation, Peter helps guide the strategic plan and serves as a member of the NoVo Grants Committee.

In the second half-hour, we feature an interview that was conducted a few days ago with Manuel Rozental and Pablo Millalen

Manuel is a Colombian activist, researcher and community organizer. He has been involved for four decades with grassroots political organizing with youth, Indigenous communities, and urban and rural social movement. P

ablo Millalen, Mapuche, is a member of the Comunidad de Historia Mapuche, a collective of Indigenous, Mapuche researchers based in Temuco, Chile. He is a doctoral student in Latin American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.

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Peter Buffet is a well established musician, composer and producer as well as Co-Chairman of the NoVo Foundation. 

Highlights of Peter’s music, film, and television work include the Fire Dance scene in the Oscar-winning film "Dances With Wolves"; the entire score for "500 Nations" the 8-hour miniseries for CBS produced by Kevin Costner; and winning an Emmy for his album, "Ojibwe." 

As Co-Chair of the NoVo Foundation, Peter helps guide the strategic plan and serves as a member of the NoVo Grants Committee.

In the second half-hour, we feature an interview that was conducted a few days ago with Manuel Rozental and Pablo Millalen

Manuel is a Colombian activist, researcher and community organizer. He has been involved for four decades with grassroots political organizing with youth, Indigenous communities, and urban and rural social movement. P

ablo Millalen, Mapuche, is a member of the Comunidad de Historia Mapuche, a collective of Indigenous, Mapuche researchers based in Temuco, Chile. He is a doctoral student in Latin American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.