Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2000 12:58:00 -0700 (PDT)
Irvine -- This afternoon edition's of Subversity, a KUCI public affairs
program, features an update on last night's action, with police engaging
in a baton-waving, chemical-weapon shooting onslaught on concert goers,
protesters and news media, after a Rage against the Machine Concert
outside Staples Center in L.A. We'll also feature highlights from
Sunday's Mumia rally, including an interview with lead Mumia attorney
Subversity airs from 4-5 p.m. on KUCI, 88.9 fm in Orange County, Calif.,
and is Web-cast at kuci.org simultaneously.
Among the speakers at the anti-death penalty march and rally Sunday were
Mumia's lead attorney Leonard Weinglass, and Mumia's son, who brought
greetings from his father. We'll also bring you music from the rally and
march, including the stirring lyrics and beat of Revolutionary Change.
Listen also to Alternative
News this Friday, 5-6 p.m. on KUCI for more
on the protests.
Today, queers and allies march in L.A. and tomorrow, youth march against
the criminalization of the "justice" system, as well as supporters of Wen
Ho Lee. Yesterday's New York Times western edition carried a full-page ad
against the demonization of Wen Ho Lee, with signatories comprising
several from UCI (including this writer). Today's NY Times carries
another full page ad taking California Governor Gray Davis to task for not
signing a bill to collect data on racial profiling by law enforcement.
On Saturday, a Washington Post reporter was voted out of a meeting of the
North American Anarchist Conference discussing demonstration tactics.