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#18: Homeland Lament


How do we feel about inheriting the benefit of those who desired their neighbor’s land? This week, the Office of Public Witness continues to focus on listening to displaced persons as Emerson Goering interviews Mark Charles about the long-term effect of conquest and possession.

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Jacob Crouse created DPP’s theme song, “Modifiers,” along with all of the music in this episode. Connect with Mark Charles at his website wirelesshogan.com or on social media by searching wirelesshogan.com.

 

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