Sunday 4-8-18 9:30 AM-3 PM Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides at 101.3 FM & Deedee on Winter Shelter Probs, Tenant Activist C.M. Berger on Renter Protection, Katzenjammer Keith on Downtown Darkness

      Current Stuff:

  • DeeDee on Witner Shelter Woes
  • C.M. Berger on the current Rent Freeze and Just Eviction Protection Law
  • FNB Co-Founder McHenry on the Darkening Downtown Scene
  • A few tunes from Tom Lehrer with City Council’s Tom Lehrer day coming up (April 9th)

Flashback to December 3, 2006  : 

  • Flashbacks within the Flashback to the Spring and Summer of 1992
  • 1992 San Francisco Protests against the Mayor Jordan’s Curfew in the Wake of the Racist Rodney King Verdict
  • 1992 People’s Park Activist David Nadel Confronting the UCB Volleyball Court
  • 1992 City Council Meeting–on Homeless (Lack of) Services and Police Review Board
  • Tenderfoot Tim Rumford co-hosts the “then and now” flashbacks
  • More 1992 speakers: Won Ton Dave Jacobs, Linda Edwards, Tony Mello, John Malkin, Helen Ewan, Lotus Maynard, Jane Looney, Robert Norse, Linda Lemaster, Margaret Marr
  • 2006: Becky Johnson’s draft HUFF letter to Vice-Mayor Ryan Coonerty asking for city’s policy on nighttime sleeping arrests
  • 2006 Thanksgiving food line interviews with Warren Moore, Tim Fitzmaurice, Scott Graham, Tom Lewis, Rick, Casey, Nena Ruez

This show archives tomorrow or perhaps later today at

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HUFF (Homeless United for Friendship & Freedom) meets Wednesday 4-7-18  at 11 AM at the Sub Rosa Cafe (next to the Bike Church at 703 Pacific).  Coffee on the house.

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