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audio Laurie Valdez of Justice For Josiah interview on Setting the settingthestandard (audio/x-wav 149.0MB) - by paz
Laurie Valdez the head of Justice For Josiah, mother of orphaned Josiah and Angelique and Antonio's widow will be holding a Press Conference regarding his murder. For More info Email: justice4josiah[at]riseup.net https://www.facebook.com/events/551177261663079/ ***Please use these hashtags when posting or sharing anything: #JusticeForJosiah #JusticeParaJosiah #Justice4Josiah
Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 11:41PM
audio San Jose Student Coalition for Acountability interview on Settingthestandard kpfa (audio/x-wav 205.4MB) - by paz
San Jose Student Coalition for Acountability interview on Settingthestandard kpfa
Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 11:38PM
audio Primero De Mayo Coalition San Jose Interview with Jose Sandoval on SettingtheStandard (audio/x-wav 125.8MB) - by paz
Primero De Mayo Coalition San Jose Interview with Jose Sandoval on SettingtheStandard https://www.facebook.com/events/4989825702...
Posted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 11:09PM
audio MECHA RAZA DAY IN SJSU ON MARCH 21 interview on Setting the standard (audio/x-wav 81.9MB) - by paz
MECHA RAZA DAY IN SJSU ON MARCH 21 interview on Setting the standard
Posted: Mon Mar 17, 2014 1:54AM
audio SAHE Dreamer From SJSU interview on setting the standard (audio/x-wav 102.2MB) - by paz
SAHE Dreamer From SJSU interview on setting the standard
Posted: Mon Mar 17, 2014 1:50AM
audio Stanford Students launch campaign to divest from Israeli Apartheid (audio/mpeg 41.8MB) - by jdc
This is an audio recording of the event held last Thursday April 14, 2011 at Stanford University to launch the campaign to divest from Israeli apartheid! Sponsored by the Stanford student group 'Students Confronting Apartheid by Israel'
Posted: Sun Apr 17, 2011 10:14PM
audio Part 2
(Attachment On: Stanford Students launch campaign to divest from Israeli Apartheid)
(audio/mpeg 38.7MB) - by jdc
Posted: Sun Apr 17, 2011 10:14PM
audio Justice Never Served…Five Years after the Murder of Rudy Cardenas by State Police. (audio/mpeg 25.7MB) - by Self Educated
On the Fifth-Year Anniversary of Rudy Cardenas Murder by Law Enforcement. On Saturday February 14, 2009, an interview was conducted with Jesse Villarreal, who is Rudy Cardenas nephew, at a local coffee shop in Santa Cruz. Jesse spoke about the incidents leading to his uncle’s murder, the organizing efforts to bring attention to the issue, the results of the case, and how this incident are similar to the case involving the murder of Oscar Grant. To hear the interview please click the foll...
Posted: Sun Feb 15, 2009 6:34PM
audio Speaking Out For Gaza: Interviews With Donna and Darlene Wallach (audio/mpeg 24.6MB) - by junya
When I learned that my friends Donna and Darlene Wallach were sailing to Gaza, I wanted to understand why. Their individual responses were powerful revelations for me, that I attempt to share in these interviews.
Posted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 11:51PM
audio
(Attachment On: Speaking Out For Gaza: Interviews With Donna and Darlene Wallach)
(audio/mpeg 24.7MB) - by junya
Interviews With Donna and Darlene Wallach, who are sailing from Cyprus to Gaza on August 5, to challenge Israeli control of Gaza.
Posted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 11:51PM
audio Santa Clara County Performs Same Gender Marriage Ceremonies (audio/mpeg 3.7MB) - by Rose Ketabchi
Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken Yeager presided over the first two same-gender marriages in his office at 9am this morning. on average, the County of Santa Clara Clerk-Recorder's office performs 12 marriages a day, but on this day, that number had already been surpassed by noon. Rose Ketabchi filed this report from San Jose. (4.04)
Posted: Tue Jun 17, 2008 6:56PM
audio Gina Bowers MP3
(Attachment On: Striking Janitors Educate Intel Shareholders)
(audio/mpeg 2.6MB) - by danielsan
Gina Bowers is an organizer with SEIU Local 1877, which represents 6,000 Bay Area janitors. SEIU gave out leaflets to those who invest in Intel, and several janitors and their supporters made their way into the meetings, where they demanded better pay and benefits from one of the Bay Area's high tech giants. Gina explains that the rejected offer included a stipulation that a janitor work two and a half years before becoming eligible for benefits and compares the contracts offered to local janitors to the more favorable conditions in Los Angeles, San Francisco, or New York City. She also invited folks to attend and support Thursday's March to Bridge the (Economic) Gap, beginning in East Palo Alto and marching to Stanford University, where Janitors will walk out.
Posted: Wed May 21, 2008 1:29PM
audio maria MP3
(Attachment On: Striking Janitors Educate Intel Shareholders)
(audio/mpeg 958.9 KB) - by danielsan
After addressing Intel's shareholders meeting, Maria reacts to the contract offer: "It's very low, it's small. They refuse to pay for any benefits, to pay for our insurance, so I don’t know how we’re expected to do it, and with the price of gas, rent… " She's been with the same cleaning contractor for twelve years. Inside the meeting, she told the executives "a little bit about me and about my situation, and how we earn too little, and how the offer didn’t match increases in costs. They have to give us a little more. We’re not asking for a huge salary, but at least enough to make it, to maintain ourselves and have a better future for our kids."
Posted: Wed May 21, 2008 1:29PM
audio Shareholder
(Attachment On: Striking Janitors Educate Intel Shareholders)
(audio/mpeg 1.3MB) - by danielsan
As shareholders left, most were unwilling to comment on the Janitorial dispute, but this man listened to their demands with an ear for labor and environmental concerns. He explains that Intel tried "to deflect pressure," saying it’s not their responsibility and to deal with the contractor, “...essentially trying to wash their hands of the issue.” This Intel investor believes labor and environmental concerns “have a major material impact on the marketplace” and are relevant, saying “It wasn’t on the agenda but it was I would say the primary point of conversation in the [shareholders] meeting.” Disclaimer: In every corporate media story I've heard or read about the Janitors Strike, industry officials have been unwilling to comment. No one from Intel offered a statement, and I didn't hunt anyone down. At this point, the targeted corporations seem to be silent on the issues. SEIU published this list: "SEIU has a dispute with Acme/GCA, Able, ABM, Brilliant, Customized Performance, Diamond, DMS, ISS, Little Giant, OneSource, Pacific, Service by Medallion, Service Performance, Somers, UBS, and United Maintenance. No dispute with any other employer." http://www.seiu1877.org/ Both SEIU and UNITE HERE! have websites with loads of information about the campaign and the strike, and UNITE HERE! passed out a booklet detailing widespread corporate irresponsibility on the part of Intel with chapter titles "High Road or Rough Road?" "Low taxes or else" "Generosity on the Public's Dime" "Trickle Down Violations" and "Responsibility in the Balance." http://www.DemandResponsibleIntel.com
Posted: Wed May 21, 2008 1:29PM
audio The Other USA - San Jose (audio/mpeg 3.6MB) - by Andrew via indymedia ireland
An interview with 4 members of Amanecer in San Jose. They talk about tech jobs and the service sector, history of police brutality, poor being pushed out of the city, referendum to abolish rent control, cop watch and De Bug, the flea market, left in San Jose, the furious 5, formation of Amanecer, work in social movements
Posted: Sat May 17, 2008 1:35AM
audio indynewswire: 5.9.08 Kathy Redmond on the De Anza Rape Case (audio/mpeg 35.1MB) - by danielsan
This news show airs weekly on Freak Radio, Friday mornings 10-12 noon, broadcasting news and opinion from independent media worldwide, focused on indymedia sites but also drawing from other websites.
Posted: Fri May 9, 2008 11:48AM
audio Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors Opposes FDA Gay Blood Ban (audio/mpeg 1.6MB) - by Rose Ketabchi
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously today to formally oppose a lifetime ban on gay male blood donors. Current food and drug administration rules, in effect since 1983, prohibit any man who’s had sex with another man to ever donate blood. Despite criticism from the Red Cross and others, the FDA says the ban is necessary to ensure the safety of blood recipients and should remain in effect. San Jose State University has taken a stand against the FDA prohibition wi...
Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2008 7:01PM
audio KPFA News interview
(Attachment On: NEW Year call for NO Torture: Demo in San Jose)
(audio/mpeg 366.8 KB) - by rerecord
Posted: Wed Jan 2, 2008 4:10AM
audio documental
(Attachment On: Mexico 2006: Buscando el Cambio Social)
(audio/mpeg 53.1MB) - by danielsan
58 minutos, MP3 format, idioma espanol
Posted: Thu Jun 14, 2007 10:51AM
audio redmond audio
(Attachment On: Gang Rape is Not OK: Women respond to the De Anza Rape Case)
(audio/mpeg 3.0MB) - by danielsan
Posted: Sat Jun 2, 2007 8:30PM

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