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(audio/x-wav 78.7MB) - by paz
Posted: Mon Sep 8, 2014 4:09AM
audio Labor Day 2014 March And Picket At SF Non-Union Hotels In Fisherman Wharf (audio/x-wav 15.2MB) - by Labor Video Project
On Labor Day Sep, 1, 2014 in San Francisco workers marched and picketed the Radisson and Hyatt Hotel on Fisherman Wharf which are fighting unionization by Unite Here Local 2.
Posted: Tue Sep 2, 2014 7:38PM
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(Attachment On: Alex Nieto Rises Event 8/22 Interview with Benjamin on Setting the Standard)
(audio/x-wav 89.2MB) - by paz
Posted: Mon Aug 18, 2014 2:53AM
audio Nim One interview on Settingthestandard Album release on July 29 (audio/x-wav 85.5MB) - by paz
Nim One interview on Settingthestandard Album release on July 29
Posted: Mon Jul 21, 2014 2:44AM
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(audio/mpeg 74.1MB) - by Tara Dorabji
Posted: Tue Jun 17, 2014 6:36PM
audio Conway smears Campos, hides behind Mirkarimi (audio/mpeg 1.9MB) - by KPFA Evening News, 05.17.2014
Billionaire San Francisco tech investor Ron Conway has revived his 2012 smear campaign against Christina Olague, this time targeting Supervisor David Campos, for voting to reinstate San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi that year. Conway is determined to see gentrification friendly Supervisor David Chiu win the CA District 17 State Assembly race for the seat that Assemblyman Tom Ammiano will vacate for the winner. KPFA Evening News spoke to Tim Redmond, Editor of the news website 48 Hills, Se...
Posted: Sun May 18, 2014 4:59PM
audio Info about C.H.A.L.K. in SF on Settingthestandard (audio/x-wav 176.4MB) - by paz
Info about C.H.A.L.K. in SF on Settingthestandard Mission Communities in Harmony Advocating for Learning and Kids, or CHALK, is a San Francisco project providing a range of youth services with a specific focus on transformative youth development and employment. CHALK's Purpose The purpose of all of CHALK's programs is to provide information, resources and support to youth and their allies. CHALK is unique because the providers are youth.
Posted: Mon May 5, 2014 4:43AM
audio PG&E vs. the Planet (audio/mpeg 2.1MB) - by KPFA Evening News, 04.26.2014
Eight months after the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission effectively halted the San Francisco City and County's renewable power program, San Francisco Supervisor John Avalos introduced legislation that would require the City and County to at least study the option of joining Marin Clean Energy, Marin County's renewable power program. Avalos said that PG&E's political stranglehold on the mayor's office and thus on the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, makes the advance of...
Posted: Mon Apr 28, 2014 6:59PM
audio May 1st Coalition San Francisco interview with Miguel Perez on Setting the standard (audio/x-wav 180.6MB) - by paz
Spread the word about May Day in San Francisco's Mission, starting at the 24th Street BART commons at 4 p.m
Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 11:49PM
audio Muestra Cine Venezolano@MCCLA interview with Romulo Hernandez on Settingthestandard (audio/x-wav 105.2MB) - by paz
Muestra Cine Venezolano@MCCLA interview with Romulo Hernandez on Settingthestandard in Spanish..on KPFA 94.1fm
Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 11:21PM
audio Justice for Alex Nieto: No sane person would point a taser at the SFPD, says John Burris (audio/mpeg 970.1 KB) - by KPFA Evening News, 03.29.2014
On Saturday, 03.29.2014, Mission residents rallied to march for justice for Alex Nieto, a 28-year-old honor student and security guard whom San Francisco Police officers shot dead on March 21st. The officers say that they thought Nieto was carrying a gun and that he had pointed it at them. He was actually carrying a taser, which he was authorized to carry for his job as a security guard, and John Burris, attorney for the Nieto family says that no sane person would point a taser at the police.
Posted: Wed Apr 2, 2014 8:14PM
audio Indira one of Curators for Solo Mujeres Home inside out exhibit on Setting the standard (audio/x-wav 147.0MB) - by paz
Indira one of Curators for Solo Mujeres Home inside out exhibit on Setting the standard
Posted: Mon Mar 17, 2014 3:26AM
audio Save SF City College movement – Interview with Professor Bob Price (audio/mpeg 54.5MB) - by Rubble
Listen to a half hour interview with Dr. Price on various aspects of the movement to save City College from excessive downsizing and possible closure. The movement appears to be focused right now on at least 3 lawsuits aimed to curb the power of the corrupt capitalist oversight board ACCJC, and internal staff, faculty, and student actions aimed at reasonably complying with the draconian, destructive demands of the so-called “audit”. From my perspective, while the board is shown as a ...
Posted: Sun Mar 9, 2014 1:22PM
audio Save City College movement – more direct action activism needed?
(Attachment On: Save SF City College movement – Interview with Professor Bob Price)
(audio/mpeg 38.9MB) - by Rubble
Hear audio from a save city college rally back in July 2013. Activists gathered on a Friday afternoon in the Financial District, took over most of a whole block between Market and Mission St. Students, teachers and other workers, union reps, and others speak out strongly against the actions against the college. (22 minutes) Things seem quiet around this issue now. After a burst of internal and external activism. Three lawsuits were filed to stop the unilateral decision to shut down City College over a myriad of “audit violations” having nothing to do with educational standards, stacked arbitrarily to be impossible to implement and also to force gutting of educational and worker standards or else. A court mandated that no action be taken until completion of the audit, and City College administration continues to work feverishly on further compliance. The school is spending money on a push to inform students it intends to continue, with enrollment and state funding forced downward and new and prospective students unclear on their future. Significant debates have gone on about the usefulness of activism. Some in institutional positions and union employees worried it is creating counterproductive diversions. More knowledgeable activists urge more actions, knowing that the regressive ACCJC actions serve counterproductive privatization and corporatized downsizing favored by the power elite.
Posted: Sun Mar 9, 2014 2:13PM
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(Attachment On: Panel Discussion at Pop-Up GI Coffeehouse 2/22/14)
(audio/mpeg 45.4MB) - by Ed Rippy
Posted: Fri Feb 28, 2014 5:37PM
audio SEIU Protest for Healthcare at Twitter's Headquarters (audio/mpeg 36.0MB) - by Rubble
On Wednesday, February 12, SEIU 1021 sponsored a noon time rally for improved public employees' healthcare. The theme was “End Twitter Tax Breaks; Improve Healthcare, Housing, Transportation and Education”. The rally started at the corner of Van Ness and Market, and then proceeded down Market Street to continue in front of Twitter headquarters. Supervisors Campos and Avalos were main speakers along with several union workers and reps. (20 minutes)
Posted: Sun Feb 16, 2014 4:43PM
audio Gil Gross Interview with Michael Siegel About Indybay Reporter's Case Against BART, 2/13/14 (audio/mpeg 3.0MB) - by Dave Id
Michael Siegel, attorney with Siegel & Yee representing David Morse, spoke with Gil of Talk 910 AM KKSF about why Mr. Morse is suing BART.
Posted: Sat Feb 15, 2014 12:24PM
audio Pro-Choice Counter Protest To Anti-Abortion “Walk For Life” (audio/mpeg 7.3MB) - by Rubble
On Saturday January 25th, the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade thousands of anti-abortion activists converged on the Civic Center for their annual rally for “life” and, more to the point, to outlaw and criminalize all abortion in the U.S. A march unopposed through Market Street and around the city perimeter was again met with loud, forceful demonstrators countering the message with pro-choice slogans and messages. Hear in three parts roadside audio from confrontation. (4 minutes)
Posted: Sun Feb 9, 2014 3:23PM

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