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PUBLIC FORUM: KPFA/Pacifica - Democracy Deferred?

The historic victory achieved by KPFA listeners hangs in the balance. Once again, listeners must come to the rescue. A panel of the "banned and fired," current programmers, board members and community members, followed by an open-mike session, will address questions and propose solutions to protect the nation's only independent radio network.

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Commentary :: Police State

Abusive Relationships: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, But Staying Together Is Suicide

It's just not working out. You've changed.

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Announcement :: [none]

Low-wage Service Workers at UCSC Need Your Support to Win a Fair Contract!

On Wednesday November 10th, the Members of Local 3299 AFSCME will be having a major rally when UC representatives come to the campus for state-wide bargaining. The rally will take place at 12:00 noon in front of the Baytree Bookstore on the UCSC campus.

Over 7,000 UC Service Workers and Local 3299 AFSCME Members serve food; clean bathrooms, dorms, labs, offices, and hospitals; drive shuttle buses, and park cars at the nine UC campuses and five medical centers. Their contract with UC expired June 30, 2004, and UC has so far rejected all proposals to improve it. Workers are demanding more support for the quality services that we provide, a fair pay system with steps that respect our years of experience, and a real chance to advance.

The median wage for UC Service Workers is $12.05 per hour, and 22% earn less than $10 per hour. Here at UCSC, 93% of the 550 Service Workers earn less than the living wage for Santa Cruz County of $16.88 as determined by the California Budget Project. And like many UC workers, they are laid off during holiday and summer breaks.


coverage from 5/20/04: UC Workers Hold Statewide Marches


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LOCAL News :: Government & Elections

Why the long face? - Miami Journal #5

I'm sitting in the airport early Wednesday morning and the election is still too close to call. Electoral College votes are 254 Bush, 252 Kerry, with Bush carrying 51% of the popular vote to Kerry's 49%. Maps of the country show an enormous sea of red, with blue stripes down either coast. We're all waiting on Ohio.

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News :: Media Criticism


A 30 minute review of news and opinion recorded from a shortwave radio. 2 files- broadcast quality (13.3MB) and quick download (3.3MB). With times and freqs for listening at home. Free to rebroadcast. China, Cuba, Netherlands, Germany, and Russia.

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Commentary :: Media Criticism

Is the Spirit World Real

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Announcement :: Peace & War

FootPrints For Peace - SOAW Run

FootPrints For Peace is announcing The SOAW Run in support of the closing of the School of the Americas at Fort Benning Georgia.

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Announcement :: Peace & War

Walk For World Peace

Close the School of Americas Walk For World Peace - Join the 5th Annual Peace Pilgrimage Atlanta to Fort Benning, GA - November 13-21, 2004

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Announcement :: Peace & War

Stop The Bombs International Peace Walk

The Stop The Bombs International Peace Walk is being organized by members of the International Coalition For A Nuclear Free Future.

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Announcement :: Labor & Economics

Reenact Reverend Billy's Crime Against Starbucks

Well, Reverend Billy finally got put on Los Angeles no less. So, while he's stuck in court, throw on a collar and white blazer, slick your hair back, and rise up as part of the Reverend Billy Mutant Clone Army of Oddness.

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