Wednesday Oct 28, 2009

Paul Jay speaks to Carl Anthony about the solution local community of Detroit found to problems of vacant and depreciated and lack of transportation infrastructure.


Carl Anthony is currently a Ford Foundation Senior Fellow at the University of California at Berkeley. Prior to that he was the Acting Director of the Community and Resource Development Unit at the Ford Foundation, where he also directed the Foundation’s Sustainable Metropolitan Communities Initiative and the Regional Equity Demonstration Initiative. He was Co-Chair of the Bay Area Alliance for Sustainable Development (BAASD) a multi stake holder collaborative bringing together business leadership, environmental groups, social advocacy groups, labor, faith based organizations, elected and other public officials. Anthony also served as President of Earth Island Institute. He has taught at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture and Planning, the University of California Colleges of Environmental Design and Natural Resources. In 1996, he was appointed Fellow at the Institute of Politics, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

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Part 2


Richard covered these items which we will continue to highlight:

Voting Machine and open Source

Net Neutrality in the United States

Electronic Frontier Foundation


Windsor Peace Coalition, Saturdays from  11 to Noon across from the Ottawa Market.


CJAM is Movin’ On Up!!!!!

CJAM is Moving to 99.1 FM! We are currently off-air! CJAM-FM, Windsor / Detroit’s only campus / community radio station is currently off-air. We are in the process of switching our transmitter and antenna from our old frequency of 91.5 FM to our new home at 99.1 FM. On our webstream you can hear our final 4 hour broadcast at 91.5 FM which occured from 8 pm – 12 pm on October 5, 2009 live from Phog Lounge in Windsor.

Thank you for your understanding. We look forward to coming back on-air at 99.1 FM on Wednesday, October 7 at 12:00 PM. At midnight on Monday, October 5th CJAM will cease broadcasting at 91.5FM and begin the installation of a new antenna. Later that week CJAM will begin a new era of community radio at 99.1FM. The only thing changing is the frequency! CJAM will continue to broadcast the unique blend of hyper-local alternative radio that you’ve come to expect from Windsor’s only community radio station. Mark your calendars and set your tuners for 99.1 FM!

Click here to download the whole press release!


NOTE:  The Shakeup will be pre-empted Wednesday, October 7, so we’ll be on the air the following Wednesday at the new frequency!