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Pacifica Now! News: Its Role in the Pacifica Network
Date Tuesday April 09
Time 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
New College Theater 777 Valencia St (near 16th ST BART) San Francisco
Event Type Panel Discussion
Organizer/AuthorDon Foster
Pacifica Now! A series of classes, an on-line discussion group, a conference. all to engage a long-term discussion of the key underlying social-philosophical challenges facing the network and the movement. First class: 7:00PM, April 9, Tuesday, at New College of California, 777 Valencia in the Main Theatre. News -- its role in the Pacifica network. Robert Knight Pacifica WBAI News director, Ian Boal Professor of History UC Berkeley, Dennis Bernstein producer: Flashpoints. Second class, 7:00PM, April 17th Wednesday, at New College of California, 777 Valencia in the Main Theatre. Pacifica from two standpoints: the Black experience. Askia Muhammad. Third class 7:00PM, April 24th Wednesday: at New College of California, 777 Valencia in the Main Theatre. Pacifica as a broadcast commons, its structure and support. Dan Coughlin Pacifica Executive Director, Prof. Dorothy Kidd, USF. Classes not yet calendared consecutive Tuesdays, April 30 through June 11, At New college, 777 Valencia, San Francisco. Main theatre: Media Democracy Movement IMC’s: distributed info systems Power sharing not power taking. Culture in the commons Models for Pacifica LPFM, challenges to FCC and CPB Listeners law suite: context. Participate by attending and by submitting articles and papers on the challenges facing Pacifica for an on-line study group to: djpfoster@earthlink.net Donations requested – no one turned away for lack of funds. Wheelchair accessible. For information: 510 527-1884 http://www.newcollegenews.net/cesocialchange.html (website info to appear soon) Pacifica Now! A series of classes, an on-line discussion group, a conference. all to engage a long-term discussion of the key underlying social-philosophical challenges facing the network and the movement.
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