Paul Kaldjian - Geography & Refuser Solidarity Network

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Paul Kaldjian is the living product of a rainbow of cultural & religious heritages, Finnish and Armenian, diverse religious groups, all combining to create a person who has a passion for creating personal-international connection. He's a Mennonite, a geography professor at the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, and a board member of the Refuser Solidarity Network, a group that seeks to support Israeli "refusniks" and inform the world about this element of the Israeli peace movement.

Music featured on this program includes: 

Kyrie (from the Saint Cecilia Mass) - Charles Gounod - background music
Hoosiana (Finnish Christmas Song) - Tapiola Yhteiskoulu Choir
Do Something Different - Brave Combo (a Psych-Polka Band from Texas!)
Ella Ella (sung in Hemsin dialect) - Kazim Koyuncu
In My Heart - Jewish Folk Singer David Broza & Palestinian Wissam Murad

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11/5/2006
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Hi from the northeastern

Hi from the northeastern corner of Europe - Helsinki, Finland; With a little help from my U.S. friends I was led to your site and listen to Spirit In Action 11/05/2006. Thanks for a great interview with Paul Kaldjian. I hope you keep this and other programming available on-demand for some time so the slow ones get a chance to hear them, too. So now - on top of BBC world and NPR - there's one more international wavelength worth listening! Thanks again and keep up the good work.

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