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Contact Sam Oser
Staff Candidate for the KPFT Local Station Board
Sam Oser, local advocacy journalist, has been reporting at the intersections of class, race, and gender for the last four years in Houston and Harris County. Sam's reporting is rooted in abolition and the need to highlight how white supremacy is baked into every part of our system.

She is the host of Left of Liberal on All Real Radio and is a programmer on Houston Indymedia.
Answers to Candidate Questionnaire
1. What experience, connections, skills or traits would you bring to the local station board to advance the station's mission?
  I can bring advocacy journalism skills to the board along with connections to political grassroots movements.
2. What do you appreciate and value in the station's current operations?
  I value that the station has not been privatized.
3. What would you like to see improved or changed in the station's current operations?
  More events for the community that isn't focused on fundraising.
4. Describe what you anticipate would be your top three priorities or areas of focus if you were elected to the local station board.
  Bringing more news talk to the station.
Bringing new voices to the station.
Elevating voices that already meet Pacifica's mission, but have been buried in HD.
5. Sustainability is an important part of any nonprofit operation. What are your thoughts on how the board can help to improve the station's financial footing?
  Creating an intersectional community in which everyone wants to be part of see succeed.
6. Is there anything else you would like prospective voters to know?
  We need to be community-oriented again, and I have some ideas on how that could happen.
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