Northern Spirit Radio
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  These radio & podcast programs are prepared by Mark Judkins Helpsmeet under the care of Eau Claire Quakers. They began in 2005 on WHYS LP, 96.3 FM in Eau Claire, WI, and are now broadcast widely (see where) plus via iTunes & the Pacifica network.
  
NSR promotes world healing by broadcasting inspirational and educational voices of peace and social justice using the language of personal story, music, and spirituality.
  

Song Of The Soul
4/13/2014Stardreamer - Priscilla Herdman's Song of the Soul
Priscilla Herdman is a shy person with the gift of a singing voice that carries the listener to laughter, tears, and wonder. With 13 CD, some solo, some family albums, and some as part of a trio, Priscilla shares audio riches to paint pictures. Trained to work in fashion, the folk music scene stole her away, and the rest is history, shared here!
Spirit In Action
4/13/2014Singing, Fighting, and Mushing for Bristol Bay
Musicians United to Protect Bristol Bay has been spreading the call to step forward for the well-being of the people and ways of life threatened by the proposed Pebble Mine in Alaska's Bristol Bay region. It's a hopeful time as we speak to several defenders of the people and the land: former Alaskan State Senator Suzanne Little; Alaska State Representative and former Bristol Bay commercial fisherman Bryce Edgmon, a member of the Curyung tribe; Iditarod dog musher Monica Zappa; and musician/organizer Si Kahn.
4/16/2014SPROUTS: Singing, Fighting, and Mushing to Save Bristol Bay - Stopping the Pebble Mine
(29 Minute Version) Musicians United to Protect Bristol Bay has been spreading the call to step forward for the well-being of the people and ways of life threatened by the proposed Pebble Mine in Alaska's Bristol Bay region. It's a hopeful time as we speak to several defenders of the people and the land: former Alaskan State Senator Suzanne Little; Alaska State Representative and former Bristol Bay commercial fisherman Bryce Edgmon, a member of the Curyung tribe; Iditarod dog musher Monica Zappa; and musician/organizer Si Kahn.

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