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What is happening in 2021?


The delegate elections for 2021 have begun. Renew your membership before June 30th to be eligible to vote. We invite members to run for a seat on the board during the nominations phase (June 1st – July 21st). You vote to elect members to serve on the local station board from August 15th till October 15th. Contact the local election supervisor, Jaasmine Ford Faustina ( for more information.



A bylaws referendum to replace the current bylaws with a new set of bylaws has been proposed by a group of Pacifica members. You vote starting June 7th till July 7th 2021. If this passes (majority of votes “yes” and quorum is reached), the delegate elections and amendment proposal vote will not go through.


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Programming Highlights


Democracy Now Newsfeed

  • Rev. Liz Theoharis of Poor People's Campaign Arrested in Protest over Voting Rights & Infrastructure

    Nearly 100 women from around the United States were arrested outside the Supreme Court as they marked the 173rd anniversary of the first women's rights convention at Seneca Falls with a protest calling for voting rights and economic justice. We speak with Reverend Liz Theoharis, co-chair of the Poor People's Campaign and one of those who was arrested. She says Congress needs to scrap the filibuster, pass voting rights legislation and pass a "bold infrastructure bill" that addresses economic inequality, as well as the climate. She also discusses the work of her father, historian Athan Theoharis, who recently died after a lengthy career dedicated to exposing FBI misconduct.

  • Just Out of Jail, Winona LaDuke Decries Militarized Crackdown on Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline Protests

    Nearly 600 water protectors have been arrested during ongoing protests in Minnesota against the construction of the Enbridge Line 3 tar sands pipeline at the Shell River, which the partially completed pipeline is set to cross in five places. On Monday, authorities arrested Indigenous leader Winona LaDuke and at least six others. She was just released from jail yesterday and joins us after three nights in jail. LaDuke describes how the Canadian multinational corporation Enbridge, which is building the pipeline, has funded more than 40 police squads from around the state to crack down on protests, saying, "It is a civil crisis when a Canadian multinational controls your police force." LaDuke is executive director of Honor the Earth. She says Enbridge's efforts to finish construction come as investors are increasingly pulling out of the fossil fuels sector. "Who wants to have the last tar sands pipeline? It's the end of the party."


Background Briefing with Ian Masters

  • July 22, 2021 - James Thurber | Eric Schickler | Michael Bender

    McCarthy and the "Political Terrorist" Jim Jordan's Trolling of the January 6 Select Committee | Already Fox's Tucker Carlson Has Slandered Tuesday's First Witness | Michael Bender on Frankly We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost

  • July 21, 2021 - Eli Zupnick | David Hearst | Ann Hagehorn

    Fixing the Senate McConnell Has Made a Graveyard of Legislation | Barrack's Arrest and the Outsized Role of the UAE in Trump's Administration | The Untold Story of a Russian Atomic Spy Even Putin Didn't Know About

          The BradBlog

The BradBlog

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  • Break Them Up! AntiTrust To the Rescue: 'BradCast' 7/23/2021

    It's NICOLE SANDLER , back once again to guest host the BradCast. Today, I'm thrilled to share an interview with author, journalist and activist CORY DOCTOROW. Cory is a fascinating man. He's written a slew of books that defy categories. He writes science fiction, young adult novels and non-fiction works on today's topic and more. You can [...]

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