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Harbinger of Hope

by Marion Gilliam

Web exclusive to the January/February 2004 issue of Orion magazine



Jane Goodall: Harbinger of Hope is the fourth in a series of interviews with beloved Orion writers.

Orion magazine publisher Marion Gilliam traveled to Shelburne, Vermont to interview Ms. Goodall during a quiet moment in an otherwise hectic day of celebration of the Earth Charter. In traversing the world 300 days a year, she says, she is beginning to see evidence of a global “awakening consciousness.”

In order to view these videos, you will need QuickTime.

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Total Running Time: 7:20

A word about video & connection speeds:

If you are like most of us, your connection speed is less than desirable. Regardless, you can view either version of the interview - it just may take longer.

The 28.8k version is a lower resolution version with a smaller window. At a 28,800 connection speed, it should begin to play in about 60 seconds. At higher speeds it will play even faster. It will look the same at any speed.

The 56k version is a much higher quality video with a larger viewing window. At a 28,800 connection speed, it will take 5-7 minutes to buffer before it begins to play. At a 56,000 connection speed - or higher - it will play more or less immediately. It too will look the same at any speed.

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