[Wpfw-lsb] Re: who has the right to speak
luzette_king at justice.com
Thu Dec 9 09:49:49 PST 2004
Your response is noted.
On Thu, 9 Dec 2004 09:46:17 -0800 (PST), Cerene Roberts
> hello all,
> some late responses to concerns expressed. and an
> advance apology as i will be off-line for several
> i would hope that while only electable by dues-paying
> members, lsb reps would be sufficiently engaged in the
> communities to pay attention to the concerns of all
> our byaws mandate that staff may only vote for staff
> and no one may vote in more than one station's
> election, so i may only vote for wbai's staff reps.
> however, for the record, i have previously contributed
> funds to wpfw, and this fall i renewed my membership
> by both spending time answering phones and donating
> money to wpfw. this makes me a member.
> beyond the issue of whether i am duly registered is
> whether as a member of the pacifica community i have a
> right, and perhaps an obligation, to share my views
> with the one body that might have an impact on a
> situation which concerns me.
> btw, i did not call a meeting. i urged the body to
> meet. as you well know, there is a substantial
> [Wpfw-lsb] Re: URGENT: Dr. Love and the Will of the
> Luzette King luzette_king at justice.com
> Wed Nov 24 10:13:06 PST 2004
> While I appreciate your efforts in this regard, I am
> not quite sure I do appreciate that of Cerene.
> Secondly, Cerene is not a WPFW listener member to whom
> Mark is accountable and quite frankly, I will not
> attend a meeting that is called by Cerene to discuss
> anything. I think this amazing considering the
> implications of such actions.
> Thirdly, as this is a matter solely of WPFW -
> and LSB - I have sent my response to those with whom I
> am in direct contact.
> hope all is well with you.
> it may be tiresome to have an idea repeated, but that
> should not be equated with the idea having no value or
> with whether the presenter might be allowed to have
> her say.
> and remember, that for some listener-members, pfw is a
> click away on a computer not a turn on a radio dial.
> geographic distance is no longer an issue.
> On Wed, 24 Nov 2004 11:52:01 EST, AltExp at aol.com
> Jane, Folks,
> What is there to respond to? Is the concern displayed
> in Cerene's e-mail something that has not be displayed
> by us when Mark originally submitted his resignation?
> We do not need the 'urging' that is suggested. It has
> been done.
> I may be going out on a limb, but I believe very
> strongly, that if Mark had the slightest interest in
> having his resignation rescinded, he would say so.
> Mark is reading this. End of my comment. And this
> should be the end of well meant, but not needed,
> advice from far away.
> Ray Whitfield
> joe chiara:
> we've not yet met. congratulations on your election.
> my response to mark roberts' resignation is not based
> on gender. personally, i like good female energy.
> as someone (jane?) has mentioned, tracey lewis left
> the area so remonstrating would've been a waste of
> time and i did not respond to the resignation to simin
> royanian because it was mentioned but not confirmed
> and because i know nothing of her performance. my
> comments about mark, which i will not here repeat, are
> based exclusively on his national work. i imagine his
> local contributions were of equal quality.
> [Wpfw-lsb] Re: What governs the LSB? - From a new LSB
> Joseph Chiara joeclsb at yahoo.com
> Sat Dec 4 13:31:00 PST 2004
> Why is there a different set of standards for a
> resignation by a male member than a female member? How
> should this be interpreted? Two female members
> resigned and there were regrets but near immediate
> acceptance, and the procedures were quickly followed.
> Now, without explanation, there has to be a formal
> acceptance? By what rule? None that exists that I
> know of. Can someone point to such a rule? It did
> not apply to either of the two women who resigned, so
> where does it come from?
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