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Program Information
 Rise Up Radio 
 Youth Voices for Peace and Justice on WBAI
 Regular Show
 
 Free Radio Youth collective  
 For non-profit use only.
RUR brings you:
* youth news;
* a discussion with community and student activists about Columbia University's planned expansion into West Harlem;
* the latest on affirmative action organizing since the June Supreme Court decisions.
Producer: riseupradio riseupradio@wbai.org
Uploaded by: doug talkingsticktv@yahoo.com
<i>For more programs by the Rise Up Radio collective and info on youth activism, check out:
<strong><a href="http://www.riseupradio.org">www.riseupradio.org</a></strong></i>

Hosts: Leanne, Nell, Yanilda

1. 8:52 - part 1 of 3
Intro, Youth news

2. 19:52 - part 2 of 3
A discussion with community and student activists about Columbia University's planned expansion into West Harlem, New York.

Guests:<ul><li> Nellie Bailey, Harlem Tenants' Council and Coalition to Preserve Community;<li> LZA Dwoskin, student organizer at Columbia University;<li> Tom Kappner, 121-122 Block Association</ul>More Info:<ul><li> Harlem Tenants' Council - 212.316.2240;<li>W. 121st-122nd St. Block Association - Contact Tom Kappner 212.663.9235 akapner(at)aol.com; <li> <a href="http://www.columbiaspectator.com/vnews/display.v/SEC/West+Harlem+Expansion">West Harlem Expansion</a> - a guide by the Columbia Spectator's metro editors;<li> Columbia University student coalition email: ethicsofexpansion@yahoogroups.com</ul>
3. 22:07 - part 3 of 3
A discussion of affirmative action, looking at recent legal reforms in effect at schools across the country and the organizing strategies of those who oppose affirmative action.

Guests:<ul><li> Jay Rosner, attorney and Executive Director of <a href="http://www.princetonreview.com/footer/companyinfo_foundation.asp">Princeton Review Foundation</a>, a non-profit organization that addresses the test-preparation needs of underserved students;<li>Mark Kamimura, Students of Color at Rackham (Univ of Michigan at Ann Arbor);<li> Jackie Bray, Students Supporting Affirmative Action (Univ of Michigan at Ann Arbor)</ul>

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