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audio Tony Coleman Speaks Out About Threatened Eviction and West Oakland Gentrification (audio/mpeg 4.4mb) by Dave Id
On today's Hard Knock Radio program on KPFA, Davey D interviews long-time activist and community organizer Tony Coleman of OneFam and Bikes 4 Life. Tony addresses their fight to stay in West Oakland after being threatened with eviction. He declares that they will fight to the very end and not take it lying down, the loss of the last visible spot where the community can come together and share Black culture in West Oakland....
Posted: Tue May 29, 2018 11:56PM
audio Police Bill and Gentrification (full May 29 episode) (Attachment On: Tony Coleman Speaks Out About Threatened Eviction and West Oakland Gentrification) (audio/mpeg 20.6mb) by Hard Knock Radio, KPFA
(audio 59:58) Ben McBride discusses developing a new Police Conduct Bill. And later Tony Coleman of OneFam / Bikes 4 Life talks about their fight to stay in We...
Posted: Tue May 29, 2018 11:56PM
audio Sahleem Tindle family at DA office rally and march 4-2-18 (audio/amr 553.6kb) by DJ Mouse
On Monday, April 2, the family of Sahleem Tindle met with District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, who gave minimal acknowledgment of having viewed murder video...no response to list of questions...marching to Oscar Grant Plaza after rally outside......
Posted: Tue Apr 3, 2018 12:26PM
audio rally outside courthouse (Attachment On: Sahleem Tindle family at DA office rally and march 4-2-18) (audio/amr 553.9kb) by DJ Mouse
Sahleem's mother calls out DA's 6,000$ from police union and thanks cousin of killer Joseph Mateau for coming foreward w/ details of his racism and unfitness fo...
Posted: Tue Apr 3, 2018 12:26PM
audio more rally...moving down 14th st (Attachment On: Sahleem Tindle family at DA office rally and march 4-2-18) (audio/amr 553.7kb) by DJ Mouse
(8:59 min.)...
Posted: Tue Apr 3, 2018 12:26PM
audio marching out DA's office (Attachment On: Sahleem Tindle family at DA office rally and march 4-2-18) (audio/amr 79.7kb) by DJ Mouse
...and the walls come tumbling down (1:17 min)...
Posted: Tue Apr 3, 2018 12:26PM
audio Womanifest 9: The Healer, A Celebration of Black Women in New Orleans (audio/mpeg 23.2mb) by WTUL News and Views
Kezia Vida of WTUL News and Views spoke with Brotha Shack and Mama Fiyah about the True Love Movement and their upcoming festival, Womanifest 9, coming up on March 3rd in New Orleans. Speaking about the importance of celebrating and supporting black women, what healing means, and the role of non-black people in the movement....
Posted: Fri Mar 2, 2018 7:19AM
audio Adolph Reed Jr. on Black Politics in New Orleans and Beyond (audio/mpeg 89.6mb) by WTUL News & Views
On February 5th, 2018, writer and scholar Adolph Reed, Jr. gave a public lecture on Black Politics in New Orleans and Beyond to close out Sites of Resistance: An Exhibit Exploring the Geographies + Histories of Social Change in New Orleans....
Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 8:44AM
audio Paper Monuments : History Unbound (audio/mpeg 27.5mb) by WTUL News & Views
Paper Monuments is a series of opportunities, events, and interventions that combines public pedagogy and participatory design to expand our collective understanding of New Orleans and answer the grounding question: What is an appropriate monument to the city of New Orleans today?...
Posted: Fri Feb 2, 2018 3:44PM
audio Stories at the Crossroads: Who Built This City? (audio/mpeg 28.8mb) by WTUL New Orleans 91.5 News & Views
Mr. John Hankins, Director of the Craftsman Guild of New Orleans, offers his answer to the guiding question of the Paper Monuments project: what is an appropriate monument to our city today? His story draws our attention to the often unacknowledged work of craftsmen who do ironwork, ornamental plastering, restoration welding, and blacksmithing, and on the concrete block where the Jefferson Davis monument once stood, Mr. Hankins' words about the craftsmen Philip Reid formulate into a monument ...
Posted: Fri Oct 20, 2017 2:43PM
audio Sites of Resistance in New Orleans (audio/x-wav 270.0mb) by WTUL New Orleans 91.5 News & Views
Sue Mobley, Public Programs Manager at Tulane School of Architecture's Small Center for Collaborative Design, joined WTUL News and Views to talk about the Small Center's upcoming exhibit, Sites of Resistance. The exhibit explores geographies and histories of social change in New Orleans and intends to reframe the narrative of New Orleans as a city with a dominant role in intense organizing, legal strategy, labor struggle, and civil rights activism....
Posted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 4:49AM
audio Full IGDCAST episode (Attachment On: “The Job of the Media is To Divorce Movements From Their Base” (podcast)) (audio/mpeg 77.3mb) by It's Going Down
(audio 01:56:55)...
Posted: Sat Sep 2, 2017 7:03PM
audio Intersectional Community Organizing for Social Justice Roundtable, March 2017 (audio/mpeg 45.7mb) by Theo Hilton
Panel on intersectional activism in New Orleans...
Posted: Mon Jun 5, 2017 7:11AM
audio New Orleans Residents say no to building a mental health jail add on. (audio/mpeg 27.7mb) by WTUL News and Views
On Thursday May 11, 2017 - New Orleans residents opposed to jail expansion and criminalizing mentally ill people voiced their concerns at a City Council Criminal Justice Committee hearing....
Posted: Sun May 14, 2017 8:16PM
audio Nicole Humphrey, 'Not Racist or Bigot,' on Class and Section 8 Housing (audio/mpeg 764.0kb) by FRONTLINE in Dallas, TX
"It's just not people who are of the same class as us. Which sounds bad, but I don't mean that in a bad way." - Nicole Humphrey...
Posted: Wed May 10, 2017 5:14PM
audio Audio: Louise Rosealma on Berkeley and It’s Implications (Attachment On: Louise Rosealma on Berkeley and It’s Implications) (audio/mpeg 23.2mb) by It's Going Down
[ Audio: 34:12 ]...
Posted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 5:39PM
audio Audio: Where Are Those Ancestors Now? (Attachment On: How Battles Over Sacred Sites Have Revived Ohlone Culture) (audio/mpeg 55.5mb) by East Bay Yesterday
[ Audio: 40:22 ] “Where are those ancestors now?”: How battles over sacred sites have revived Ohlone culture...
Posted: Wed Mar 29, 2017 7:33PM
audio Jenny Yanez on Solidarity with the Muslim Community (audio/mpeg 11.5mb) by WTUL New Orleans 9.15 News & Views
Jenny Yanez joins WTUL News and Views in the studio to discuss how folks can stand in solidarity with the local Muslim community....
Posted: Thu Mar 16, 2017 11:39AM
audio Brytanee Brown on Housing and Urban Displacement: Oakland and New Orleans (audio/mpeg 9.8mb) by WTUL New Orleans 9.15 News & Views
Oakland-based activist Brytanee Brown joins WTUL News and Views in the studio to discuss housing as a women's issue, re-imagining the language and intentions of urban planning and design, and some solutions for combatting urban displacement....
Posted: Thu Mar 16, 2017 10:21AM