My name is Nancy Sorden. I came to DC 1974 for graduate school in Cell Biology and Biochemistry. Since 1977, I’ve listened to the voice of WPFW – Pacifica’s mission in DC to be the voice of the voiceless – speaking truth to power and promoting jazz and justice, and started supporting the station about

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My name is Louis Wolf. I moved to Washington in 1977 and when I heard on the street that some people were just launching a progressive FM radio station centered around ‘Jazz and Justice’, I decided to work in any way possible, initially by helping plaster and paint the first two-room office on Vermont Avenue

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I am Campbell C. Johnson, III, a third-generation Washingtonian. I am committed to Pacifica’s progressive, educational and uplifting mission and I have initiated a range of efforts to financially strengthen WPFW and Pacifica. I ask for your vote. Previously, I was an active, contributing member of the Local Station Board for a full six-year term.

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My name is Maskeelah-Myrtle Washington. I am a lawyer by training and an inactive real estate professional. I want to be on the LSB to help “Save Our Station”; to support our community station in doing better. WPFW was placed in DC by Pacifica to be a radical beacon of truth, to be a thorn

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My name is Don Williams. I am running as a candidate to become a member of WPFW’s local station board. I am retiring from IT after over 45 years, but I am not retiring from working. I am a comedian and I produce and direct theater. I was a volunteer at WPFW from 1977 to

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Hello and greetings in the name of Jazz and Justice. My name is Eric Ramey, a candidate running for re-election to our Local station board. I’m running at this juncture mainly for three reasons. I’m running to make sure you get the programming you’re entitled to, I’m running to make sure you get the programming

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