We broadcast both from our studios in Santa Rosa and from our homebase at KPFA in Berkeley. On the show tonight, we’ll feature a young, new investigative unit of bilingual producers and hear some of their maiden voyages into radio with an emphasis on the immigrant revolution; also, an interview with the filmmakers of Occupation 101, a historical timeline through Israel’s illegal occupation and ethnic cleansing of Palestine; we’ll hear sounds from the film; and on Flashpoints en Espanol, Miguel Guerrero goes home to cover the Mexican revolution in the Zocalo, and we go to Alejandro Reyes who will meet with the Zapatista’s other campaign.
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