The Pacifica Crisis: Dissident Voices from Inside and Out
AMY GOODMAN, award-winning host of Pacifica Radiošs Democracy Now!
heard locally on KPFK 90.7
JUAN GONZALEZ, recently resigned co-host of Pacifica Radiošs
Democracy Now! and New York Daily News columnist
DOMINIQUE DI PRIMA, host, Street Science, The Beat 100.3 FM
BERNARD WHITE, recently fired program director, WBAI New York
PILAR MARRERO, political editor, La Opinion
Friday, March 23, 2001
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
First Baptist Church 760 South Westmoreland Avenue
(1 Blk. East of Vermont Ave., 2 Blks. South of Wilshrire Blvd. )
Event Donation: $5.00 For more information call (323) 957-4659
Parking available behind Southwestern Law School (formerly Bullocks Wilshire) on
Wilshire Place between Wilshire and 7th Street - Parking Fee: $5.00
Sponsoring organizations: Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting,
National Association of Hispanic Journalists, National Lawyers Guild - LA Chapter,
KPFK Local Advisory Board and the Humanitarian Law Project
Control of the mass media is being consolidated into fewer and fewer corporate hands, and voices
that challenge powerful interests and fight for social and economic justice are being squeezed out.
Independent and public media are not immune from this phenomenon. Recent dramatic events in
the takeover of Pacifica radio, the largest and most important independent broadcaster in the country,
have given an urgent wake-up call, highlighting the threat to free speech, open debate and the voices
of the disenfranchised in every quarter. These issues and what you can do in the fight to save democratic
media will be the topic of an evening of discussion and inspiration.
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
North Bay for KPFA and the Social Justice Center of Marin present:
Contact: Barbara Sykes (415) 388-2821 email@example.com
Wendy Tanowitz (415) 415/454-5470 firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Franck email@example.com
Sun, Mar. 25th 7 p.m. "HOW TO SAVE FREE SPEECH RADIO: KPFA, WBAI, & THE PACIFICA
Dan Coughlin, the former director of Pacifica Network News, Carol
Spooner, chief plaintiff of the Listeners' Lawsuit against Pacifica,
Bernard White, the fired host of Wake-Up Call at WBAI, and Dorothy Kidd,
professor of Media Studies at the University of San Francisco will offer a
national perspective on "KPFA, WBAI and the Pacifica Foundation" in San
Rafael on Sunday, March 25 at 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of
San Rafael, Canoles Hall.
A $5-10. donation is requested and no one will be turned away for
lack of funds. This wheelchair accessible event is sponsored by the KPFA
Task Force of the Social Justice Center of Marin and North Bay for KPFA.
Canoles Hall is located at1510 Fifth Street, near "E" Street in San Rafael.