AUSTIN: This Friday at 1 pm: Andrea Smith on Alliances, Movements, & Radical Politics

Here are this Friday afternoon’s listings on 91.7 FM here in Austin,
immediately after the 12:58 broadcast of that day’s Jim Hightower
commentary:

PEOPLE UNITED features Cherokee feminist Andrea Smith on forming alliances,
building movements, and thinking outside the box. Allan Campbell hosts,
with a commentary by Rahul Mahajan ("To Surge or Not to Surge"). Fri.,
December 4, 1 pm. KOOP Radio 91.7 FM. www.koop.org

TEXAS POLITICS TODAY has Farouk Shami, the hair-care billionaire from
Houston, a board member of the American Task Force on Palestine, and now a
Texas gubernatorial candidate for the Democratic nomination. Deece
Eckstein, David Kobierowski, Reetu Jain, and Veronica Chidester host.
Friday, December 4, 2 pm. KOOP Radio 91.7 FM. www.koop.org

And here is what else is happening in Austin:

Tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 pm, a fire pit and hot cocoa are scheduled to
compensate for low temperatures at a backyard screening of the docudrama
_Battle in Seattle_ at 3208 Cherrywood Rd in East Austin. Viewers are also
advised to wear winter clothes. The film dramatizes the famous protests
against the World Trade Organization, and the screening, sponsored by the
Texas Fair Trade Coalition, happens on their tenth anniversary this week.
You can learn more about the movie by visiting
http://www.battleinseattlemovie.com/

Friday at 7 pm, a screening of the documentary _We Will Always Be Here_
screens at Resistencia Bookstore, casa de Red Salmon Arts, 1801-A S 1st St.
The film looks at the history of Juárez-Lincoln, first a university serving
Mexican Americans, later a meeting place for several Chicano organizations,
before activists lost a battle with real-estate developers that led to the
building’s demolition in 1983. Chicano artist Raúl Valdez, who painted the
mural on the now-demolished building, is a guest speaker. For more
information, you may visit
http://www.flickr.com/photos/33277135@N07/4117966670/

Saturday at 7:30 pm, acclaimed novelist, poet and playwright Ana Castillo
reads from and signs her work at Resistencia Bookstore, again at 1801-A S
1st St. Ana Castillo has just completed a draft of her next book _The Last
Goddess Standing_, to be published by Random House. For more information,
you can visit Red Salmon Arts’ blog at http://salmonrojo.tumblr.com/

Allan


Allan Campbell, Producer & Host
People United: The Show in Solidarity with the People of the World.
Fridays at 1 pm, US Central Time
91.7 FM, KOOP Hornsby/Austin
http://www.koop.org

Live Simulcast Options on the Worldwide Web:
http://ct5.fast-serv.com:8508/listen.pls
(glorious stereophonic for broadband)
http://ct5.fast-serv.com:8534/listen.pls
(punchy monaural for any connection)

Episode Guide & Archives:
http://koop.org/index.php?page=schedule&section=peopleunited

Forwarded message
From: People United, 91.7 FM

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