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Demand La Opinion/KPCC 89.3 FM “Public” Radio Open Up The U.S. Senate Debate! (tags)
Tired of the same old “Punch and Judy” show that the corporate-owned mainstream media continues to befuddle the voters with every election cycle?
KPFA Manager "Resigns" (tags)
KPFA's General Manager was forced to resign by the LSB amd PNB, but the anti-democratic faction she represented protested, putting out much misinformation about the termination and her performance as GM, even compromising the integrity of the KPFA news to present their one sided spin.
Pacifica's NY - WBAI stewards exposed misinformation that needs corrections...see here ..l (tags)
this is a repost from a blog article and information intended to reveal corrections to other Pacifica-WBAI writers claiming & blaming, as usual, for their own mistakes and lack of efficiency....see original as well as corrections below
The First LA Indymedia Journalism Workshop Was A Huge Success! (tags)
A diverse group of people participated in the first LA Indymedia Community Journalism Workshop on April 4, 2009 at the Institute for Multimedia Literacy at USC.
KPFK: Minutemen in the House (tags)
KPFK's General Manager Search Committee turned into a farce when 2 staff members, later to join the search committee, put the station at risk of a lawsuit to spread the word that they wouldn't have another Black woman and one who supports immigrants for their general manager.
MT Karthik, former KPFK news director, interview (tags)
Embracing the Gadfly Interview with MT Karthik by Marc Herbst From the new Issue of the Journal of Aesthetics and Protest
Military Recruiters preying on hurricane victims (tags)
Military recruiters are descending on our schools now that they are open. That's bad enough. But now they also are targetting traumatized hurricane victims....from Houston IndyMediaC
The silence in America concerning Jews is simply deafening (tags)
"The silence in America concerning Jews is simply deafening, isn't it?
KPFK Town Hall Meeting (tags)
Aug. 4 from 1 to 5:30 pm at Loyola Law School