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|StreetLevel TV: Episode 15!|
|Date||Sunday July 03|
|Time||8:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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This month, we have another kick-ass show, and you should definitely check this shit out, especially our special segments from the heart of New York!
Thanks to the youth of DAMN for their contributions! Booze on demand for your viewing pleasure...
Episode 15 of StreetLevel TV
Sunday, July 3rd at 8pm
Your favorite locally produced television show is back
with a ton of great coverage you won't find anywhere
This month of SLTV:
*Sunny Angulo brings you the news from around the
world and around the block in your local neighborhood. This month, filmed at La Pena's 30th Anniversary block party in Berkeley!
*Kate Raphael brings you coverage from the Castro,
where And Castro For All, a people-of-color led queer
group has launched a protest against racist carding
policies and other discrimination against African
Americans and other queers of color at Badlands bar.
*Sabrina Alonso brings you "Fossil Fuel Recipe", a
look at people converting their old diesel cars to run
on alternative fuels, including free vegetable oil
from neighborhood restaurants!
*Barbara Bovine catches up with Ward Churchill at the
annual Anarchist Bookfair in San Francisco.
*Rene Amini covers Greenaction's organizing against
the PG&E power plant in Bayview Hunters Point and
resistance to environmental racism across the globe.
*Lisa Sousa brings you a report back from the National
Conference on Media Reform in St. Louis, and explores
the difference between Media Reform and Media Justice.
* Mia Rovegno brings you the Grassroots Spotlight,
featuring The People's Grocery, a food justice
cooperative project in West Oakland.
* A special segment comes to us from DAMN (Defense
Against Media Nonsense), a media youth group in NYC,
with coverage of the community uprising against "Hot
97", a radio station that aired racist content
immediately following the Tsunami.
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