The "Positive Spin" Television Program

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Positive Spin Episode # 121

On this program Positive Spin presents a profile of Goldman Environmental Prize Recipient Ignace Schops, the environmental activist who led the successful campaign to establish Belgium's first national park. Next we continue our commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights by presenting part-two of our interview with Mary Robinson, the former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and rare documentary footage of Eleanor Roosevelt presiding over the establishment of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. Later we'll learn about the United Nations Association Pacific-Los Angeles Chapter's important work with the City of Los Angeles to recognize the United Nations International Day of Peace and other significant United Nations occasions. In our final segment we continue our UN in Action series and see how rapidly melting glaciers are affecting farmers and herders in Peru.


Positive Spin Episode # 122

On this program Positive Spin presents a profile of the Global Security Institute, an organization that is promoting security for all through the elimination of nuclear weapons. The profile is introduced by Jonathan Granoff, President of the Global Security Institute, And then we'll see a PBS interview with Joe Firmage, Founder and CEO of ManyOne Networks, which is pioneering a new universe on-line that will change the Web and the Earth by informing, educating, and engaging people everywhere. Next we learn how the United Nations Population Fund is providing education about contraceptives to sexually active youth in Mexico. And in our final segment we profile Demasca Simba who helped save hundreds of lives during the genocide in Rwanda.

"Positive Spin"
has been airing for the past 10 years. The program airs nationally on FreespeechTV on the DISH Satellite Network (up to ten times each month.) The DISH Satellite Network has 30 million homes as subscribers. In addition, FreeSpeechTV is carried on 183 cable access stations throughout the United States.

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