Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2001 04:10:33 -0700 (PDT)

What happened in Genoa?

Irvine -- What happened in Genoa, where thousands of G-8 protesters were faced with the repressive forces of the state? Subversity, a KUCI public affairs program, talks with a UCI professor who served as a medic on the frontlines on the streets of Genoa last week.

Just back from Italy, Stefano Sensi, an assistant adjunct professor of neurology at UCI, and a long-time Italian activist, reports on what he saw and what role the "black bloc" played in the protests. A day after a 23 year-old protester, Carlo Giuliani, was shot dead by a policeman, and run over by a police jeep, authorities raided the headquarters of protesters, beating many.

The Subversity show airs from 5-6 p.m. today on KUCI, 88.9 fm in Orange County, Calif., and is web-cast simultaneously via Call 949 824-5824 to chat with Sensi.

Show host Dan Tsang and Sensi recently interviewed anarchist librarian Chuck Munson for essay that appeared in the Italian left magazine Carta ( right before the G-8 meeting. Munson designed the anarchist Spunk Library ( and is an editor at Alternative Press Review ( We expect to air a part of the interview on this and future shows.

Other Resources

Non criminalizziamo il Black Bloc! [in English as well]

Chilling photos of police killing of protester Carlo Giuliani (22 photos)


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