ON THE 9-12-21 SHOW:
+++ “Katzenjammer” Keith McHenry talks Benchlands Defense and California Homeless Union report from the Sacramento gathering.
+++ Musical musings from Danielle Savage throughout.
+++ David Rovics on “What 9/11 Derailed”
+++ “Cornerstone” Carol Denney strikes out at Berkeley “Business Interest” Politics
+++ Catholic Worker and Street Spirit newspaper distributor J.C. Orton recounts a day in the life.
+++ People’s Park resident Chris F. reviews the good and the bad there.
+++ Food Not Bombs Festival with comments from “Mad Mouth” Mike, Hannah from the Sentinel, San Jose Homeless Union’s Robert Aguirre, and Sea Otter
+++ “Pick Your Poison” Peggy Lee Kennedy of Venice, CA, gives a grim review of L.A. Sweeps mounting up as COVID “Shelter-in-Place” evaporates.
FLASHING BACK TO THE 12-10-09 SHOW:
**** In-studio interview with Jenny Gomez, client advocate on the Santa Cruz Mental Health Advisory Board, whose son is trying to come off psychiatric drugs encouraging public attendance.
**** & Genita Petralli, anti-psychiatry activist, Green Medicine activist, nutritional biochemist, author of Green Mental Health Care, How to Get Off and Stay off Psychiatric Drugs and founder of Shangra La Clinic
**** Why Santa Cruz’s failure to access alternate non-drug treatments, the dangers of psychiatric drugs, the success of state-funded alternate treatment in Sacramento?
**** Critique of Bob Johnson, then head of Santa Cruz Patient Services
**** Alaska attorney & psychiatric survivor Jim Gottstein (http://www.psychrights.org ) phones in on psychiatric Medicaid fraud **** Critical discussion of Santa Cruz “Reiss hearings” supposedly protecting clients from forced drugging
**** Street Interviews: early December: Anon reports rock throwers at homeless, first Smoking Ban tickets, 12-9: Drum Circle interview with Robert “Blindbear” Facer
FLASHBACKS SHOW HOW IMPORTANT A PHONE LINE IS TO CONNECT WITH THE COMMUNITY, TO DO THAT, WE REALLY NEED A CENTRAL LOCATION AND STUDIO!
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