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|10/22 SF Labor TV Programs-SF Teachers Protest "Waiting For Superman", "The Zone" From Tu|
|Date||Friday October 22|
|Time||4:46 AM - 4:46 AM|
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On San Francisco Cable TV on Friday October 22, 2010 from 8:30 PM to 10:00 PM three programs will be programmed. These include
SF Teachers Protest "Waiting For Superman", "The Zone" From Turkey & Jeff Blankfort On "The Real KPFA" Labor & Zionism
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10/22 SF Labor TV Programs-SF Teachers Protest "Waiting For Superman", "The Zone" From Turkey & Jeff Blankfort On "The Real KPFA" Labor & ZionismAdded to the calendar on Friday Oct 22nd, 2010 12:08 PM
10/22 SF Labor TV Shows On San Francisco Cable TV Channel 29
Friday October 22, 2010
San Francisco Comcast Channel 29
Streamed on the web live at
8:30 PM "LaborLine" Presents Jeff Blankfort on The "Real KPFA", Labor And Zionism
Jeff Blankfort On "The Real KPFA" Zionism & Labor Long term journalist and radio
host Jeff Blankfort discusses the history of the "Save KPFA" grouping formerly called
Concerned Listeners that are running in the KPFA 2010 elections. Some of the
supporters of "Save KPFA" were involved in refusing to fight the corporate take-over
of KPFA and Pacifica by Pat Scott. This was held on 9/24/2010 in San Francisco at a
meeting of KPFA Voices For Justice Radio
Also streamed at http://blip.tv/file/4175305
9:00 PM "Labor On The Job" Presents SF Teachers Protest "Waiting For Superman & "The Zone" From Turkey
SF Teachers Protest "Waiting For Superman"
San Francisco on October 10, 2010.SF Teachers Protested "Waiting For Superman" at the screening at the Kubuki theater in
Production of Labor Video Project laborvideo.blip.tv http://www.laborvideo.org
Also streaming at http://blip.tv/file/4250580
The Zone (40 min.) (2010) - Turkey By Guliz Saglam, Feryal Saygiligil
Seven workers, all women... Four free trade zones in four different Turkish cities.
Surrounded by high walls, barbed wire fences, very much like a concentration camp.
This documentary covers the working conditions of women in the free trade zones, their
experiences, observations and their hopes for the future. The barbed wire fences not
only surround the zones but also accentuate the captivity of women, of women workers.
So much so that the borders of the zone evade us, inside and outside is indistinguishable.
To contact the Producer gulizsaglam [at] gmail.com
Production Of Labor Video Project