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Interview with M.O.I. JR on the aftermath of the police execution of Oscar Grant
by WBAI (repost)
Sunday Jan 18th, 2009 12:38 AM
Interview with Minister of Information JR on the aftermath of the police execution of Oscar Grant.

Program: Where We Live - Sally O'Brien

audio: 11:09 minutes
Date: Thursday, January 15, 2009 8:00 pm

Show: Interview with Minister of Information JR on the aftermath of the police execution of Oscar Grant.

Program: Where We Live - Sally O'Brien

Thursdays, 8:00-9:00 PM

Sally O'Brien: host
Roberta Clemente: co-producer

Phone number: 212-209-2977

Email address: wherewelive [at] wbai.org

For copies of the show: 212-209-2977

Program description:

One-hour weekly public affairs program. Focus is primarily US political prisoners (a commentary by Mumia Abu-Jamal begins each show). The prison/industrial complex, repressive legislation, police brutality, etc? This program has been on the air since 1988.

Host/producer profiles:

Sally O'Brien is a progressive journalist and media activist. Her journalistic career began in 1980 in the WBAI News Department. She has served as street reporter, Associate News Director, Interim Public Affairs Director, and Executive Producer of several programs at WBAI. She also designed and ran a News Department at WOMR-FM in Provincetown, Mass. She has written for The Nation (magazine), The Guardian, The City Sun, and The Advocate, among others. Currently an audio engineer with UN Radio, Sally also reports weekly to Associated Press "Special Edition" and Maryknoll Radio "Voices of Our World," and is currently working with the Peoples Video Network on a monthly cable program "Activist News." A longtime activist and organizer, Sally does media work on the case of Mumia Abu-Jamal and other US political prisoners, the Jericho Movement and the Justice Committee of the National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights.
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