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StreetLevel TV One Year Anniversary Screening

Sunday, February 06, 2005
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
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Location Details:
Artist's Television Access
992 Valencia St. @ 21st, San Francisco


$5 Donation (No One Turned Away)

It's been a year exactly since a group of local video
activists came together with the goal of producing a
monthly television show committed to getting out the
stories blockaded by the Channel 5's and 2's, and spun

out by the SFGate's and Tribune's of the Bay.
StreetLevel TV was born, an entirely
volunteer-operation investigating local stories of the

struggle for justice, bringing the community news from
all over the world, covering local stories of
resistence and community unity, and documenting the
voices of those struggling for grassroots change to
the status quo. Screening on both sides of the Bay,
StreetLevel TV has grown, steppin' up its coverage and
workin' round the clock.

Come celebrate a year of independent community media
at ATA. Join us for some tunes, hella booze - and
television coverage of YOUR community!!!

This month's episode will feature:
** The Year that Was: 2004 - a montage of the stories
and events, the disappointments and victories, that
rocked the globe and the movement
Newsdesk - the on-going tragedy of the people of Asia
and Africa affected by the December tsunami; the
resistence in Acheh; pending housing evictions; the
war STILL raging in Iraq; California's 11th execution
since 1978; Palestine update, and more...

** Local Solidarity with Tsunami Survivors - Bay Area
groups rally and organize to send relief to Asia
** The Reality of Acheh - The remotest province of
Indonesia was also the hardest-hit by the tsunami.
Local independent reporters talk about the political
crisis in Acheh, with footage from the area before the

tsunami hit
** IrRESISTable - the 3rd annual hip-hop extravaganza
sponsored by the Naked Souls Collective and Artist's
** Pro-Woman, Pro-Choice - Thousands of anti-choice
Christians and lobbyists descend on San Francisco to
"walk for life" - see what happens when San Francisco
fights back!!
** No Inaguration Today: Jan. 20 - The Bay Area
rallies once again to show its disgust with the Bush
administration and its bloody illegal war **
New Bike Co-Op in SF
** ... with special guests Matt Gonzalez and Ralph
Nader, and music by Monument to Masses

back once again by popular demand: La Colectiva de
Mujeres! Meet the kick-ass ladies of the Day Labor
Program's Women's Collective.



[For full credits of the show, including music and
websites for speakers and groups mentioned, check out]

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