Democracy Now! in Exile on KUCI

Irvine -- Subversity, a KUCI public affairs program, is pleased to air yesterday's edition of Democracy Now!, currently in exile from the Pacifica Network. The show airs today, September 7, 2001, from 5-6 p.m. on KUCI, 88.9 fm in Orange County and live on the Web via

Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman, whose dispute with WBAI management in New York has forced her to produce her show off-site, is in Durban, South Africa, attending the World Racism Conference. In this show, she talks with Rev. Jesse Jackson and actor/activist Danny Glover. Also airing is a speech by South African Bishop Desmond Tutu before the conference. In addition, there's a report on the continuing troubles in Northern Ireland, this time involving attacks on Catholic children.

Thanx to for content access. Democracy Now! in Exile is archived there. For more information on the Pacifica crisis, check out:

Today is also the International Day of Action against Video Surveillance (

See OC Weekly this week ( for articles on racist music at the Shack (cover story), upcoming Taco Bell protest in Irvine, and the DA's failure in reaching out to Little Saigon.

UCI's Academia and Action meets tonight at 7:30 p.m. at UCI's Humanities Hall, room 248.

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