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Sea Change Radio
Action/Event
Katie Licari
 Sea Change Radio  Contact Contributor
June 5, 2024, midnight
Roman Polanski’s classic 1974 film, “Chinatown,” which laid out a fictional account of California’s north-south water wars, turned out to be quite prescient. This week on Sea Change Radio, we welcome Katie Licari of Afro LA, who breaks down the ongoing tale of Los Angeles water and the impact this never-ending thirst has had on two very rural regions of California - Inyo and Mono Counties. We learn about the colonialist history of LA water rights and look at the monopolistic grip the LA Department of Water & Power holds over these counties.
Track: Water Get No Enemy
Artist: Fela Kuti
Album: The Best Best of Fela Kuti
Label: Universal
Year: 1999

Track: Water of Love
Artist: Dire Straits
Album: Dire Straits
Label: Warner
Year: 1978

Track: Salty Water
Artist: Jon Cleary
Album: Moonburn
Label: Point Blank
Year: 1999

Track: Water
Artist: Eric Bibb
Album: Spirit I Am
Label: Dixie Frog
Year: 2008

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