Radio Autonomía: Zapatismo in the Bay MARCH 2013 SHOW

AUDIOS are from the March 3rd, 2013 broadcast of Radio Autonomía: Zapatismo in the Bay on Berkeley Liberation Radio, 104.1FM, livestream at http://www.berkeleyliberationradio.net

 

Our show for March 3, 2013 is organized in 2 parts.

In the first part we hear updates and analysis about current movements happening in Mexico. We begin with an interview with Simón Sedillo from ManoVuelta Films about his new documentary “Guarda Bosques”; a report from DJ Plebe about the Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon and his new appointment at Harvard University; and audio with Pablo Obando from FrayBa Center for Human Rights in Chiapas about political prisoners and self defense in Chiapas from their recent speaking tour in the US.

The second part of our show features updates and audios from collectives and movements in the United States. We will hear an interview with the Foxy 6 Defense Team about repression against Zapatista Supporters in LA; an announcement from the Coalition of Immokalee Workers; and finally Audio from a Critical Resistance event: “Stong Minds, Strong Movements” celebrating the release of the current issue of The Abolitionist.

To listen to the audio from the show, click on the links below.

1. Full Show

2. Interview with Simon Sedillo (ManoVuelta Films) about “GuardaBosques” documentary

3. DJ Plebe Report about Felipe Calderón at Harvard

4. Audio from Pablo Obando (FrayBa Center Chiapas) Speaking Tour

5. Interview with Foxy6 Defense Team (LA) about Repression against Zapatista Supporters

6. Coalition of Immokalee Workers Announcement

7. Audio from Critical Resistance Event: “Strong Minds, Strong Movements”

 

 

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