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Suffolk Progressive Vision Guide

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Peace and Social Justice Groups in Suffolk County include:

Long Island Veterans For Peace, Chapter 138

has created a Veterans Speaker & Advocacy Bureau to bring their military/combat experience to students. If you are a high school or college teacher and would like more information, contact 631-875-8647 / rksrc@optonline.net / www.livfp.active.ws

Counter recruiting effort – Literature available for parents and/or students in English and/or Spanish for distribution. Truth in recruiting – recruiters out of our schools! Info: 631-875-8647 / spncr@active.ws / www.spncr.active.ws

 

MONTHLY SUFFOLK COUNTY EVENTS:

  • First Monday, 7:15-9:00 pm – Suffolk Peace Network meeting. Info: www.SuffolkPeaceNetwork.active.ws / 631-875-8647
  • First Wednesday – Babylon Green Party meetings. Info: 631-422-4702 / ian.wilder@yahoo.com
  • Third Saturday, 11:00-12:30 p.m. – PeaceSmiths informational leafletting at the Lindenhurst recruiting center, S. Wellwood Ave.
  • Third Saturday, 3:00-4:00 p.m. Vigil For Peace at the Armed Services Plaza in Hauppauge in front of the Dennison State Office Building on Route 347. Info: 631-889-0203 / ltbrin@earthlink.net / www.livfp.active.ws
  • First Sunday at Bridgehampton Monument and Third Sunday at Sag Harbor Wharf,3:00-4:00 pm April, 5:00-6:00 pm May thru summer East End Women In Black vigils (http://eewib.blogspot.com/
  • Last Sunday night in Patchogue, candlelight vigil held at the Four Corners (N. Ocean Ave. & Main St.) Time to coincide with sunset. Info: 631-281-0055 / dmu7@optonline.net / www.SouthCountryPeace.active.ws

WEEKLY VIGILS/DEMOS:

  • Wednesday in Shirley: 4 pm at William Floyd Pkwy & Montauk Hwy.
  • Thursday in Patchogue: 4 pm at Route 112 & Main St.
  • Friday in Sayville: 4 pm at Railroad Ave & Main St.
  • Saturday in Bellport: 11 am at Station Road & South Country Road
  • Saturday in Setauket: 11 am at Bennetts Road & Rte 25A
  • Nassau County: Saturday in Freeport: 11 am in front of the Freeport Post Office, 132 West Merrick Rd.

SUPPORT PUBLIC ACCESS TELEVISION
CABLEVISION CHANNEL 20:
(Schedule for April 1-Sept. 30, 2008)

Woodbury/Huntington Cablevision Public Access (Channel 20) shows: (Nassau & Western Suffolk areas) **Shows on new IO channel 115 :

Monday:

  • 6:00 am – Aardvarks in Outer Space
  • 10:30 pm – Democracy Now!

Tuesday:

  • **9:00 pmAlternative Voices
  • 9:30 pm – As I See It
  • 10:30 pm – What’s Happening

Wednesday:

  • 7:00 pm – Community Forum
  • **6:30 pm – Democracy Now!
  • **8:00 pm – Show for the Workers
  • 11:00 pm – PeaceSmiths: Get Involved

Thursday:

  • 6:00 pm – Ethical Choices
  • **10:00 pm – Long Island Alternative Media

Friday:

  • 7:30 am – Follies USA
  • 8:00 am – Think Tank

Saturday:

  • 11:30 am – Green Party Show
  • 8:30 pm – Think Pink

Brookhaven/Hauppauge Cablevision Public Access (Channel 20) shows: (Mid-Suffolk area))

Monday:

  • 3:00 am – Veg Video
  • 5:30 pm – DemocracyNow!

 

Tuesday:

  • 2:30 am – Undercover TV
  • 6:00 am – Green Party Show
  • 3:30 pm – The War & Peace Report
  • 5:00 pm – Show for the Workers
  • 10:00 pm – Truth to Power

Wednesday:

  • 12:30 am (late Tues. nite) – Revolutionary Perspective
  • 12:00 noon – The Struggle Continues

Thursday:

  • 10:30 pm – Pink View II
  • 11:00 pmAardvarks in Inner Space

Friday:

  • 2:30 pmPeace for the People
  • 6:00 pm – Veterans For Peace
  • 7:30 pm – Pink View

Saturday:

  • 11:00 pm The Not-So-Hidden Agenda

Sunday:

  • 1:00 am (late Sat. nite) – Suffolk Progressive Vision
  • 4:00 am – Search for Peace & Social Justice
  • 4:00 pm – Unitarian Universalist View

 

Southampton/Riverhead/Southold/Shelter Island Democracy Now is shown: Monday 10 pm,Tuesday 11 pm,Wednesday 7pm,Thursday 6pm,Friday 9 pm,Saturday – 6:30 am

Democracy Now is also shown in

East Hampton – LTV Channel 20 (see schedule, listed as Free Speech TV) www.ltveh.org

SUPPORT INDEPENDENT RADIO:

WUSB Stony Brook 90.1 FM ( www.wusb.fm )

  • Mondays: 10 am-1:30 pm – MORT MEKLOSKY – Commentary, Interviews.
  • Thursdays: Noon-2 pm – LUNCH ON THURSDAYS with Bill McNulty – Current issues and events are covered from a perspective not found in commercial media.
  • COUNTERSPIN: 2-2:30 pm – Covers biased and inaccurate news, censored and under-reported stories, and much more. From the people at FAIR (Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting).
  • Fridays: 7-9 am – CO-OP SKY BLUE Music, News, and Politics – to the left of the dial (alternate weeks).
  • Alternating Fridays: 1:30-2:30 p.m. – THE END OF EMPIRE REPORT with Seamus O’Lynch – cultural vignettes, interview and commentary.
  • IF THIS BE TREASON with Chris Sorochin, Provocative political rants to help you digest your lunch and get you in the proper frame of anger for the rest of the day.
  • SATURDAY’S A PARTY – Noon-3 pm – The longest-running reggae-politics mix in the USA. Regular featured interviews with Amy Goodman. Hosted by Lister Hewan-Lowe.
  • Every weekday morning – 6:30-7:00 am – Free Speech Radio News (previous night’s edition).
  • DEMOCRACY NOW! Every weekday from 5:00-6:00 pm with hosts Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.

WPKN 89.5 FM Bridgeport – WPKM 88.7 FM Montauk

  • FREE SPEECH RADIO NEWS: Monday-Friday 6:00 pm – News from Around the World by Pacifica Reporters Against Censorship
  • WPKN LOCAL NEWS follows Free Speech Radio News at about 6:30 pm.News from the East End and/or commentaries on local issues. For information on how you can participate send an email to eastendnewsteam@yahoo.com
  • COUNTERPOINT: Monday 8-10 pm – Interviews on Regional, National and International Affairs with Scott Harris
  • BETWEEN THE LINES: Tuesday 5:30 pm, Wednesday 8 am, Saturday 2 pm

WBAI 99.5 FM ( www.wbai.org )

AND, AS ALWAYS, Tune into Pacifica Radio in New York City – PLEASE support your Peace and Justice Community Radio Station however you can!

 

Info provided by:

SUFFOLK PROGRESSIVE VISION

www.spv.active.ws

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