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Posts Tagged with "Welfare Poets"

20th anniversary of the Welfare Poets: an interview wit’ founding member Rayzer

March 26, 2011

The Welfare Poets have shared a stage with Dead Prez, Immortal Technique and the revolutionary Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. Minister of Information JR Valrey speaks with founding member Rayzer about what has kept them going strong for 20 years.

Global day of action May 19: Stop the execution of Troy Davis! Innocence matters!

May 18, 2009

Troy Davis has spent 18 years on Georgia’s death row despite overwhelming proof that he is an innocent man. Hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. and around the world are outraged by the obvious injustices of this case, and they’ll be out demonstrating on May 19, Malcolm X’s birthday.

The need for a Black public affairs show at KPFA

October 24, 2008

Recently KPFA has been making headlines for a number of reasons, most notably the Aug. 20 police beat down of Black programmer of 12 years Nadra Foster after a member of the KPFA management team called the police on her with approval from Pacifica management after Foster was accused of using a KPFA telephone for a personal call. So whose job is it to report on issues such as these in the Black community in and around KPFA or nationally? A daily or weekly Black public affairs show.

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