Inaugural Day Programming

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Inaugural Day Programming
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Inaugural Day Programming| Pacifica Foundation| Recorded January of 1993. - CONTENT: Larry Bensky, National Affairs Correspondant for Pacifica introduces coverage as a collage of listeners with wishes of wants from President Clinton. Pacifica's Julianne Malveaux is introduced as the program's co-host. They discuss the preparations for the inaugural, including the $30 million dollar cost, compared to President Carter's $4 million dollar cost. Verna Avery Brown is introduced and continues coverage on cell phone from the West Steps of the Capital. (10:00) Bensky introduces William Sprigs, economist from the Economic Policy Institute and Diane Barber, janitor, activist and labor organizer from Local 82, SCIU and Elmira Nasomba from the Interfaith groups of religious and community groups and from the group, Alternative Women and Development| discussion about job training and jobs, and what Clinton's administration can do to support union people (20:00)| Tracy Lees interviewed Robin Canon. President of Concerned Citizens for South Central who works in South Central as a community organizer describes what she thinks is needed (4:00)| Dr. Ramona Edlin, President of the National Urban Coalition| discussion about bureaucracy (20:00)| more messages from Pacifica listeners| ends with station ID. (5:00) - Broadcast in January of 1993.

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