Radio Chronicles brings "Camp KPFA". A look back at the KPFA-FM lock-out by Pacifica Radio, which took place July l5, 1999, inciting arrests, protests, and a nationwide campaign to save independent media and the country’s most unique free speech radio station. First person accounts from the radio listener activists who barricaded themselves to KPFA’s doors, and lived in the streets throughout those lock-out days.
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