CHIRP RADIO, 4/12/2017

April 10, 2017
Please come:
APRIL 12 @ 8:00PM
CHIRP RADIO PRESENTS THE FIRST TIME: FIRST TEST
 
Martyrs’
3855 N. Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL
773.404.9494
 
RSVP, over 21 only
 
Hosted by Jenn Sodini, CHIRP Radio’s Live Lit and Music series, The First Time, is unlike any storytelling show in Chicago. It pairs a reader’s personal story about a First Time experience with a song performance. This unique structure allows the story to resonate with audience members as they experience the accompanying song covered by our house band, The First Time Four.
 
Britt Julious Writer
 
Sarah Sherman, Nightmare Helltrap
 
Bill Ayers, Activist/Organizer
 
JC Brooks, Musician
 
Allie Wachowski, Amateur Hour Podcast
 
Dan Esptein, CHIRP Radio
 
This is a benefit for CHIRP Radio, and is at Martyrs’— $10. For more information on lineup – firsttime.chirpradio.org

Holy Shit!!!

April 10, 2017

1984!

April 8, 2017

http://www.urchicago.com/interviews/2017/4/6/bill-ayers.html


War Mongers on the March!

April 7, 2017

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/58e64f49e4b02c1f72345a90


Beyond Vietnam: Revisiting Dr. King’s Radical Revolution of Values

April 4, 2017

 

On April 4, 1967—50 years ago today—the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr delivered his prophetic speech— “Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence”—at the Riverside Church in New York City. Today we remain challenged as a nation to eradicate the giant triplets of racism, extreme materialism, and militarism that King evoked so clearly.

That event fifty years ago marked a powerful intersectional meeting of the Black Freedom Movement for racial justice with the peace movement for global justice and the world-wide movement for economic justice.

Today, we carry it forward. Black Lives Matter! Undocumented and Unafraid!Stand with Standing Rock! Say NO! to Fascism. End Mass Incarceration! Human rights, justice, and peace—this is what we fight for.

There can be no peace dividend if we allow the war-makers to pursue a state of endless and permanent warfare beyond Vietnam. There can be no justice if we allow the powerful to move backward on civil rights, social and environmental justice. Indeed, democracy itself is at stake.

Today we revisit Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s speech with hope and confidence, and we hold up the principles and lessons for which he lived and died. We build toward the “worldwide fellowship” that he envisioned and that we need now more than ever. Where do we go from here? Chaos or community?

We must find ways to build an unstoppable movement for peace and justice—fire from below!


Wonderful New Comic Strip!

April 3, 2017

https://thenib.com/activism-trump-bill-ayers?t=recent


April 2, 2017, NY Times Arts!!!

April 2, 2017