Mia Rovegno brings you a piece on stencil warriors Josh MacPhee and Russell H., including a guided tour through the City, rich with a history of public archives
In an age where even the Democrats are pulling out all the stops to create new MTV-like "fadical" broadcast networks, truly independent media is still struggling to keep the attention focused on the real issues.
Come join SLTV for a night of some truly grassroots community media!! This Sunday, May 1st, 8pm at ATA
ATA is located at 992 Valencia St at 21st
This month on SLTV
Sunny Angulo brings you the news from around the world and around the block in your local neighborhood
Lisa Sousa brings you a blunt interview with Aiden Delgado, a concientious objector recently discharged from the Army after serving in Iraq and at the infamous Abu-Ghraib prison; he talks about the realities of war and military recruiting in schools
Greg Rodgers brings you a look at the fight to hold Comcast accountable to workers and the wider community
Mia Rovegno brings you a piece on stencil warriors Josh MacPhee and Russell H., including a guided tour through the City, rich with a history of public art
Lisa Sousa brings you continued coverage on the fight to keep Oakland's schools afloat under the new "restructuring" being implemented by Randy Ward
Joe Liesner brings you a moving segment about the "Eyes Wide Open" memorial, and the stories of families who have lost a child to the senseless War in Iraq
plus shorts and much more!!!
A reprise of "Philz Coffee" - for all those Mission afficionados out there, you will no doubt recognize Phil from his savory, quirky and wildly passionate ways! Let him make love to your coffee!!!
For more information (including air times): StreetLevel TV