March 26, 2006

Harold Feld and Sascha Meinrath

This week's guests are Harold Feld and Sascha Meinrath. Feld is senior Vice President of the Media Access Project, and Meinrath is project co-ordinator of the Champaign-Urbana Community Wireless Network. They will be discussing the second National Summit on Community Wireless Networks, taking place next week in St Louis.


March 19, 2006

Sundiata Cha-Jua, Professor

This week's guest is Sundiata Cha-Jua, Professor of African-American history, and director of the African American Studies and Research Program (AASRP), at the University of Illinois. We talk to him about the history of the Black Power movement, and contemporary developments in political action around race issues in the United States, in advance on a major conference at the University of Illinois. This is a pre-recorded program.



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