9:30 AM Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides Covers Features Poetry by Julia Vinograd and Commentary Galore Plus A Flashback to 1-17-10 with activists grilling then-Mayor Mike Rotkin–Tune in at 101.3 FM or freakradio.org Sunday October 1st

The Sunday show features Updates on the Friday-Night Fresno Camping Ban Protest, Bits and Pieces from Street Supporters and Street Survivors in the last week…

And a full-blown February 24,2002 Flashback with

street minister Jerry Henry and attorneys Art Dudley and Kate Wells on his trial for disrupting a public business by encouraging youth as a counselor to feel okay in gathering in the public spaces outside what was the Aptos Gottschalks, SC Deputy’s Office, and Coffee Roasting Company…Kate Wells on medical marijuana prosecutions and the homeless persecution…A phone Interview with Jack Tefara of Portland’s Dignity Village….Councilmember Sugar on “the Magnet Effect”….Richelle, Linda Lemaster, Puppetman, Jeff the Fiddler, William Wesley Crow, Cannabis Carol, Razor Ray, Ed–voices from and about the street … …Michael Schmidt, former CEO of Chamber of Commerce, homeless advocate, and supervisorial candidate…the City attempts to restrict private property 3-day limit for camping in yards, and church/businesses…and more!

The full Flashback from 2-24-02 in its original form is also available at http://huffsantacruz.org/archive02  Go then to February 24, 2002 for its segments.

Contact 575-770-3377 to volunteer different kinds of support for the Survival Sleepers now dispersed to the Post Office and repeatedly warned they will be forced to dispersed without a legal spot to go to.  Join Food Not Bombs locally.  They are organizing support actions for those whose only resting place is an illegal piece of sidewalk.

Leave your comments and questions at the same number.   Still a $500 reward for any info leading to Free Radio’s finding a 10′ X 10′  studio space for Free Radio Santa Cruz to rent in Santa Cruz.

Later in the day after the show has aired, the Sunday 10-1 show archives at http://radiolibre.org/brb/brb171001.mp3.