Audio Archive

Caldo de Cultivo Urbano is a grassroots artistic collaboration comprised of three women. The collective was formed in 2001 at UNAM in Mexico City.

I have a discussion with Dylan, a friend of Jeff “Free” Luers and member of his Defense Network.

The owner is worried that if Sunshine Villa is unionized, then many other assisted living facilities he owns in seven other states will unionize as well.

A one-day conference and conversation exploring and contextualizing contemporary anarchism.

The Wobblies marched from the Tom Scribner statue to a rally at the Clock Tower. Rabble rousers played guitar, sang and spoke about the labor movement.

Will Parrish, an organizer with Tent University Santa Cruz, joined me for a live-on-air interview. TUSC will take place April 18-22 at the base of UCSC.

Dozens of authors, community activists, and supporters organized an Emergency 24-hour “Read-In” outside the Cesar Chavez Public Library in Salinas.

The GLBT Alliance rallied at the Town Clock to celebrate a decision in San Francisco Superior Court that same-sex marriage could be legal in California.

Mattilda spoke on a variety of topics, including gay marriage and assimilation, challenging power, and the rejection of queer youth

In response to the FCC raiding Free Radio Santa Cruz, Utah Phillips called for a benefit concert to help get our pirate station sailing the airwaves again.