Future of Public Media / Pauli Murray’s Revolutionary Life _on Project Censored

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Looking ahead to the upcoming annual conference of the Alliance for Community Media West, Mickey speaks with two long-time activists in the community-media movement; they discuss the future of public-access cable channels and associated public / local media. The ACM West’s 2022 conference is taking place in San Jose, CA from March 30 through April 1; further information can be found at
In the second half of the show, we learn about the pathbreaking civil-rights campaigner and feminist, Pauli Murray (1910-1985), from the author of a newly-published Murray biography.

Tracy Rosenberg is Executive Director of Media Alliance (www.media-alliance.org), a San-Francisco-based advocacy organization involved in an array of campaigns, including net neutrality, online privacy, and many other issues.
Sue Buske is Vice-Chair of ACM West, and heads a consulting firm (the Buske Group) assisting local governments and nonprofit organizations on cable-TV issues.
The California Assembly bills discussed on the program are AB2635 and AB2748.
Simki Kuznick is the author of “Pauli Murray’s Revolutionary Life” (from Rootstock Publishing). While living in California, she helped found the group Interracial Pride. Now based in the Washington, DC area, she is a writer and editor, holds an MFA in Creative Writing, and is married to historian Peter Kuznick.
Host: Mickey Huff
Producer: Anthony Fest

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2) “Firth of Fifth” by Genesis
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