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News :: Media Criticism

The SHORTWAVE REPORT 10/15/04 ¡LISTEN GLOBALLY!

A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion recorded from a shortwave radio. 2 files- broadcast quality (13.3MB) and quick download (3.2MB). With times and freqs for listening at home. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia,
 

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Interview :: Labor & Economics

Building Bridges Radio: Molly Ivins on Bush & So. Africa Union Federation Sec'y Vavi

Buiding Bridges presents this 29 minute radio program. TO LISTEN CLICK ON WEB LINK BELOW
 

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LOCAL News :: Alternative Media : Arts & Culture

Kiss Ups Rock Out at Barrios Unidos

The fundraiser for Free Radio Santa Cruz on October 12 featured short films and live music. The Kiss Ups traveled from their hometown in New York's Hudson Valley all the way to Santa Cruz, one of 45 stops on the Gadabout Traveling Film Festival. Also on the bus was Jacinta Bunnell of GirlsNotChicks.com.

This song is by the Kiss Ups and it is called "Rock Song" (Duration 3:16)

 

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LOCAL News :: Alternative Media : Arts & Culture : Resistance & Tactics

Local Poets at the Gadabout Traveling Film Festival

On Tuesday October 12, the Gadabout Traveling Film Festival rolled into Santa Cruz for a evening of films, music, coloring books and zine distribution. Local poets got the night going followed by a short video of the Free Radio Santa Cruz raid. It all took place at Barrios Unidos and raised money for Free Radio Santa Cruz and to get the Gadabout folks up to the city.

If you have not heard yet, Santa Cruz has a blooming poetry scene. All of these poets were really great and some really focused in on the attempt to silence Free Radio Santa Cruz.
 

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Commentary :: Labor & Economics

Mumia Abu-Jamal's Speech to the Million Worker March

"Workers actually build this society; it is they, and only they, who can re-build it." Mumia Abu-Jamal
 

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News :: Media Criticism

The Web: 'Bots' pushing poll results

Great story by Gene Koprowski about the influence of bots on elections.
 

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News :: Peace & War

Nader: A vote for Kerry is a vote for war!

"John Kerry eliminated all ambiguity in the first (campaign) debate and outhawked George W. Bush. A vote for Kerry is a vote for war," Nader said to an enthusiastic crowd filling a Seattle Center meeting hall.
 

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LOCAL News :: Alternative Media

AUDIO: Freak Radio Santa Cruz News Piece

FRSC was raided by US Marshals September 29th. This is a piece using interviews with Skidmark Bob and V-Man, as well as audio recorded on the day of the raid. (Duartion time: 8:23)
 

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New Wave of Violent Repression in Haiti - Please Help

A massive, violent upsurge in repression has occured in Haiti during the past four days, aimed at silencing the Lavalas movement and supporters of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide in Haiti. On Thursday September 30, Haitian police fired upon thousands of unarmed demonstrators who called for the return of constitutional order. On Saturday October 2, police surrounded a private radio station where three leading Lavalas parliamentarians had denounced the violence on the air. After a six hour standoff, police stormed the building and arrested them without warrant. Dozens of other Lavalas activists have been illegally arrested in the past few days, and the police have conducted raids on the populous neighborhoods of Port-au-Prince, which are the backbone of the Lavalas movement. Bel Air, located in the center of the city, is under virtual siege.

On Friday October 15th, from 6:30 to 8:30pm at United Presbyterian Church, 112 E. Beach St. in Watsonville, the Haiti Action Committee will present information gathered on a recent trip to Haiti. They will discuss the recent human rights abuses occurring there, as well as the potential for resistance and democracy taking place again in Haiti.

They will also be in Santa Cruz on Saturday October 16th, from 11am to 1pm at the Resource Center for Nonviolence.

[ Indybay's Haiti Page I Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti I Haiti Action Committee I Flashpoints Radio ]

 

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