Monday, August 28, 2006
From Our Archives: UCI Professors Mike Davis on New Orleans and Gilbert Gonzalez on Mexican immigration
On our August 28, 2006 show, we looked back at the Katrina disaster and also the history of immigration from Mexico that is behind the rise of Mexican American protest activity in the Southland.
Monday, August 21, 2006
On our next show, airing August 21, we talked with CSUF journalism prof. Jeff Brody about the life of Nguoi Viet newspaper publisher Yen Do, who passed away last Thursday. See press release.
Monday, August 14, 2006
On our August 14 2006 show, we aired clips from earlier shows in 1999 and 2001 about the formation of Students for a Democratic Society at UCI during the first year of UCI, and the formation of the new right in Orange County.
Monday, August 7, 2006
Our show airing Monday August 7 focused on the absence of a progressive publication covering Orange County, and why that will change in September 2006.
We speak with labor organizer John Earl, who is starting a new publication, Orange Coast Voice, offering a forum to viewpoints and people ignored by mainstream and so-called alternative media in Orange County. The paper will be a community paper, with 15-20,000 copies distributed in Costa Mesa and Huntington Beach.
Earl, a former KUCI program host ("The News Gap") and publisher of Orange County Organizer (http://www.ocorganizer.com/), will discuss his plans for the paper, which will be distributed free around the county.
See press release for more information.