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Brain Willson Blood On the Tracks

BMedia is close to finishing our 4th Variety Show and would like to release this short piece that will be in the next episode as a kind of "sneak preview".
Anti-war vet Brian Willson introduces his new book "Blood On the Tracks", a memoir of his fascinating life so far. Brian talks about his experiences in Vietnam, solidarity with the Central American revolutions in the 80s, and the meaning behind the title of his book. For info on the book tour visit www.bloodonthetracks.info.

Watch the video here.  link to blip.tv

homepage: homepage: http://www.bmediacollective.org


Brian Willson 02.Sep.2011 14:15

Jim Lockhart jglockhart@comcast.net

Is currently scheduled to appear on the Public Access program, "A Growing Concern," on September 23rd, live from 7 - 8:00 pm.

Replay on Saturday evening, 9/24 at 8:00 on channel 23 and again on Thursday, 9/29, at 7:00 on channel 22.

We hope to open up the phones towards the end of the show.

Also, with luck we'll be live streaming the program as well, at:

 http://www.ustream.tv/channel/a-growing-concern-pdx

More about Brian Willson 03.Sep.2011 13:25

Brian

Until watching the short film, I didn't realize he was the guy who lost his legs lying in front of a munitions train in 1987. Always a peaceful protester, Reagan declared him a terrorist at one point.

even more on Brian Willson 04.Sep.2011 14:09

Joe Anybody ((( i )))

Thanks for short clip on Brian to the Bmedia folks

Jims show coming up on the the 23 with Brian will be a good episode ...Thanks! Jim!


More indymedia links for stuff on Brian Willson.

Here is a link to Brian speaking at the VFP 2011 National Convention:
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2011/06/408972.shtml


And another link to when Brian spoke at his new book talk in Portland:
 http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2011/08/409645.shtml#389182

I suggest if you havent heard Brian talk or read his book or met him yet ...
you should put it on your list of things to do.