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View other events for the week of 4/ 3/2005
StreetLevel TV Screens at ATA!
Date Sunday April 03
Time 8:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Location Details
Artist's Television Access
992 Valencia Street @ 21st
San Francisco, CA 94110
Event Type Screening
Organizer/AuthorSLTV
Thanks to everyone who has made the last 13 months of StreetLevel TV such
a revved-up success! This month, we are proud to present what we think is
one of our best shows ever - so we hope you come out and dig it as much as
we do!
Check, check, check it out!!!
Artist's Television Access
992 Valencia St. @ 21st
Sunday, April 3, 8pm - $5

THIS MONTH ON StreetLevel TV:

** Joanna Lenn covers the sizzling showcase of talent that is the Sex
Worker's Art Show (parental discretion advised...) (: It really rocked
her world!
** Lisa Sousa covers the National Indymedia Conference in Austin, Texas,
which coincided with the launching of the first IMC site syndicating
US-coverage from around the nation specifically
** Crescent Diamond covers the escalating crisis with Adult Education in
Oakland (stay tuned next month for continued coverage by Lisa Sousa)
** Meg Dixit covers the increasingly diminishing foster care program,
plagued by budget cuts, within the African-American community in the Bay
Area, and how the community is dealing with the crisis
** Sunny Angulo brings you a brand-new regular segment called "Who Are the
People In Your Neighborhood?" This month, we showcase local barrista and
Mission institution for over 40 years, Phil Jaber, from Philz Coffee -
yes, the one who makes love to his coffee! It is hella funny!
** Grassroots Spotlight on: Box Dog Bike Co-op! Yes, they were named
after a dog named Box, and yes, co-op's rule!
** Crescent Diamond covers Jerry Brown's bogus push for parolee curfews in
the East Bay - BOOO!! The EBay resists!!
** Barbara Bovine from No BS News is back, with another lighthearted
interview for you to chew on: join the a-moo-sing reporter as she
interviews Barrie Zwicker, director of "The Great Conspiracy"
** Sunny Angulo brings you the news from around the globe, including
exclusive photos from this month's escalating popular uprising in Bolivia!
** ... plus shorts from the ReSet Video Collective!

We are so excited, we just can't hide it - come veg out to some TV with
us. We will even let you hold the remote...

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For more information on how to get involved with StreetLevel TV, email:
show@videoactivism.org
To submit a segment for syndication on the show, email:
submit@videoactivism.org
To find past shows for download, info on screenings, local cable channel
times and more, visit:
http://videoactivism.org/show

StreetLevel TV is a grassroots, all-volunteer producation by Radical
Transmissions Producation, dedicated to providing coverage on local and
international social justice and community issues. It airs on Channel 29
in San Francisco, Channel 28 in Berkeley and nationally on Free Speech TV
and Dish Network.


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