Written by Minister of Information JR    Monday, 12 September 2011 02:53    PDF Print E-mail

The Minister of Information JR interviews an activist with No Justice No Bart about the recent BART police killings. No Justice No Bart is fighting to get rid of the BART police force.

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0 # 2011-09-16 16:03
These are great mini-podcast interviews JR, I want to give you mucho respetos y commendations for the daily effort setting these up and travel time too.
We got too much open air space at this time on KPWR People Will Radio (kpwr.org) here in Tejas, and need to feed regular podcasts into a time slot but I don't know if you're set up with these to that extent; maybe catch them at time of airing? Like, we do Democracy Now, or were until they switched up the password, and are in process of reconfiguring their password etc. to download the feeds direct again - so that's how we prefer doing it.

For now I'm just going to try to burn them to disk as current as possible and work them into my show.

Excellent work you do Brother-
Twitch - Entropy
Central Texas ABC
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