Radio K-0-0-p

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Radio K-0-0-p
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RADIO KO-P / Eduardo Vera| interviewed by John Martinez. - Mexican alternative media activist Eduardo Vera talks about his experiences with alternative grassroots newspapers. He examines the politics of alternative Mexican media, and his involvement with the creation of radio KOOP (91.7-FM, in Austin, Texas). KOOP has been called the first cooperative radio station in the United States. Vera goes on to explain his humanitarian activism in Chiapas, as well as his musical fundraising project "Sonos Indios" which raises money for the people of Chiapas. - RECORDED: KPFK, 14 Dec. 1995. BROADCAST: KPFK, 4 Jan. 1996.

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