[Wpfw-lsb] Re: [WPFW-prog] WHY?
bredwards at hotmail.com
Fri Sep 17 11:24:26 PDT 2004
How do Mark Berman's motion read ? i believe when a body make a rule for
the body it should be respected until it's changed by the body, as of this
day, the body has not change the rule that i know of and if it's anybody
that should have there program on wpfw air is me, but i agreed with marK
Berman motion to move wpfw forward.>>>Billy Ray
>From: Katea Denise Stitt <anyanwu at igc.org>
>Reply-To: anyanwu at igc.org
>To: AltExp at aol.com
>CC: wpfw-lsb at lists.mutualaid.org, WPFW-prog at yahoogroups.com
>Subject: Re: [WPFW-prog] WHY?
>Date: Fri, 17 Sep 2004 08:40:22 -0400
>Good Morning All -
>As Chair of the Programming Committee, I agree w/ Ron that our committee
>should make a
>recommendation on the special program. Having said that, I don't see any
>this special program going forward, given that Ray has stated he is not
>re-election and that this issue is a burning one. Further, Ray is
>to produce this program given his contacts in and experience with the
>I will put this issue on the agenda for September 23. I hope it can be
>resolved by the
>committee and the LSB in time for the program to be aired before the
>Have a beautiful day.
>AltExp at aol.com wrote:
> > Friends, the program that I produced focusing on the disenfranchisement
> > formerly incarcerated people, and voting, due to air on 9/23/04, has
> > postponed by Ron.
> > Because of concerns raised with him, and with me, by some LSB members
> > regarding me doing this special, Ron feels that the Program Committee
>should make a
> > recommendation. I support that. Below are my concerns.
> > I can't understand why I am viewed, by some, differently than other LSB
> > members who have hosted and or produced a special program, what's the
> > I want to produce this particular special because, during this election
> > season, there are 4.7 million disenfranchised formerly incarcerated
> > cannot vote, and 1.8 million are African Americans. Also I believe a
> > encouraging the community to vote, and to support formerly incarcerated
> > in our struggle to have barriers to employment, housing, federal
> > grants or loans, and most social services, removed is needed. The
> > informative, and motivating. And last, but not least, I'm a formerly
> > incarcerated person and feel that we should be able to speak for
> > The work to develop the program has been going well. The formatting of
> > program is nearly complete, guests have been confirmed, and I began to
> > that I would like to do a criminal justice issues program again. I
> > feeling with many people; LSB members and others.
> > Now, because of my remarks there are two opinions that have surfaced
> > LSB members
> > One, is that whenever I make application to develop a program for
> > WPFW, my having hosted this special, will give me an unfair advantage
> > others to be selected.
> > Why me, and not other who have hosted and or produced specials?
> > Why has these opinions not been stated before?
> > Is it because I have stated publicly that I would like to produce such
> > program, and intend to make application to WPFW at some point in time?
> > Does that statement and my desire make me ineligible to do this
> > Would management be showing favoritism by allowing me to do this
> > so, please explain.
> > Two, is a motion that has been adopted that prevents any LSB member on
> > Program Committee or the MASC from having a program on the station
> > have been off the LSB for, I believe, 6 months.
> > I am on both committees
> > So therefore, the thinking is, it would be unethical, and against an
> > resolution, in addition to giving me an unfair advantage when I make
> > for a program slot.
> > I don't have a program.
> > I have not submitted a proposal for a program to management.
> > And, according to the LSB resolution I cannot submit a program proposal
> > until I have been off the board for six months.
> > So what's the deal? Is the resistance to me producing this program
> > of my stated desire to develop a program for a regular time slot at
> > in the future?
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> > Yahoo! Groups Links
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