At approx 5pm on Tuesday February 26th Harvard Janitors (and their union SEIU) with local and student activists held a Rally, a march, a and act of civil disobedience by blocking Mass. Ave at Harvard Square. (15 - 20 arrests)
A 30 minute review of news and opinions recorded from a shortwave radio. 2 files- broadcast-13.7MB & quick/streaming-3.4MB. With times and freqs for listening at home. Free to rebroadcast upon notification. Germany, Netherlands, Cuba, Spain, and Russia.
The Federal Communications Commission is a government agency that could help make media beautiful. Instead, the FCC using its power to collapse control of the media into the hands of fewer and fewer transnational corporations.
TEA dollars - paper and/or electronic - are negotiable currency. Who can reasonably deny that our lifetime is our most valuable asset? Who can reasonably deny that benign renewable energy is the foundation of a sustainable civilization?
At 2:00 on Martin Luther King Day (01/21/02) about 400 Harvard University janitors and their supporters from the community packed the First Unitarian Church for a noisy, celebratory rally in support of a living wage. Afterwards, 250 people spilled out of the church into the cold drizzle for a vibrant, upbeat march around Harvard Square.