The show also streams at freakradio.org.
Updates: the latest Encompass management interference and censorship at MHCAN with the apparent complicity of its Board of Directors; Wildfire of the Lapis Road Home Residents Tries to Talk Sense to a Self-Deluding Deputy; Berkeley Poor Tour Activist Mike Zint Fires Away at the Latest Attack on the Self-Supporting Berkeley Encampment Here…There (formerly First they Came for the Homeless); Brent Adams on S.C. Police Chief Andy Mills “Tolerance for Now at San Lorenzo Park” Policy; Community Homeless Voices from the Post Office Sidewalk; Mama Shannon Blasts Perjury-Prone Rangers; and more!
That show includes never before played from 1988 featuring the voices of many Sleeping Ban fighterincluding Jane Imler, Linda Edwards, Rocky Stone, Ray Grueneich and Brian Koepke.
Specifically: (1) the 7-12-88 City Council crushing of its own Human Relations Task Force resolution to humanize the Sleeping Ban.
(2) KZSC 10-16-88 Interview of City Council candidate and Homeless Elder “Calamity” Jane Imler, “Bubbah” Brian Koepke, and Lighthouse Linda Lemaster
(3) KZSC 11-11-88 Discussion of the Court and Street struggle to restore Human Rights in Santa Cruz featuring Bathrobespierre Robert, “Grinning” Ray Grueniech, Greatheart Charles Gray, and others.
(4) Oral Communication Homeless Protests from the last three City Council meetings of 1988
Contact 575-770-3377 to volunteer different kinds of support for the Survival Sleepers now dispersed to San Lorenzo Park and under frequent bigot scrutiny and attack there. Join Food Not Bombs locally. Sign up for the Emergency Response Network to defend Food Not Bombs as well as the San Lorenzo Sleepers.
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 in part at http://radiolibre.org/brb/brb171022.mp3
Upcoming: Rent Control Protest Outside City Council 4:30-6:30 PM Tuesday October 24