APEX Express

APEX Express – June 11, 2015

coolOn tonight’s show we hear from native San Franciscan Tony Robles, author of Cool Don’t Live Here No More: A Letter to San Francisco, a book of poetry capturing the generational memory of San Francisco at the point where alienation, deportations, and technological invasions are gutting its soul.

We we hear from Alexa Zapanta, coordinator of the Center for Political Education, about the The Spirit of Bandung, an afternoon of celebration, movement building, and political education in honor of the 60th anniversary of the Asian-African Conference, popularly known as the Bandung Conference. .

We talk with Tinku Sen about Outside the Frame: Queers For Palestine Film Festival, a radical alternative to the popular SF International LGBT film festival, known as Frameline, and hear about why he became so involved with the project.

And finally we revisit a piece on the 12th street parcel, which is up in front of the city council again this coming Tuesday

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