M E M O R A N D U M TO: All Interested Parties FROM: L. Joy Williams, National Election Supervisor DATE: September 22, 2015 RE: Election Calendar Updated As previously noted in my last update “Mailing of the Election Materials Delayed”, the ballot mailing for the upcoming Local Station Board Elections was delayed due
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M E M O R A N D U M TO: Justice and Unity Campaign FROM: Gene A. Johnson, Jr. WBAI Local Election Supervisor DATE: August 17, 2015 RE: Pacifica Campaign Provision Violation Warning This memo is a warning to inform the Justice and Unity Campaign,
Please find below a memo from the WBAI Local Election Supervisor Gene Johnson, Jr on the confirmed candidates for the 2015 WBAI Local Station Board election.
The survival of the network and especially WBAI is at stake. People are not listening to radio as much as they used to and young people almost not at all. Everywhere community radio stations are disappearing. Our average listener is 65+. When listenership falls, membership and revenue fall, layoffs follow, listenership falls further etc. If
My name is Jim Dingeman. I have served on the WBAI Community Advisory Board fro over six years and am currently its chair. In the early nineties I served as the elected public affairs member of the WBAI Program Council for two years. I also served one year on the Local Advisory Board as an
The list below is the preliminary total number of voters at each Pacifica station. The list will now be “cleaned” of duplicates, removal of station management from staff lists and ran through a National Change of Address (NCOA) system. A final report on the station membership report will be published after this process is complete.
John Brinkley I seek re-election to the Local Station Board because I want to continue working to get WBAI through these hard times. I’ve been a listener and supporter since the 1970s. I was elected to the LSB in 2010. Although part of the Justice & Unity minority on the board, I was elected chair
King Downing firstname.lastname@example.org Today, the world faces its most serious economic and political crises. At home, communities of color feel the sting while organizing against the economic violence of predatory lending and gentrification and the physical violence of over-policing by those who view us as problems to be contained. WBAI is where you can get
Eugene Hamond email@example.com I’ve been a WBAI listener and financial supporter for many years. At Wall Street, I spent hundreds of hours taking pledges, mailing your premiums, and doing the Community Bulletin Board (CBB). In 2010, with Victor Takeall, Evelyn Andino-Rosa, and Vajra Kilgour, I resigned from the CBB when accomplices of management decided it