At a time when people the world over are struggling for the right to determine their futures through the ballot, and as they fight moneyed classes or armed forces wanting to silence their voices, we are thrilled to report that the most recent attempt to end member-democracy in Pacifica was
Click to sign the petition AGAINST the proposed bylaws changes! Two years ago, coupsters kicked in our doors, filed a lawsuit and forced a referendum, all in an attempt to end democracy at Pacifica and give themselves the right to sell WBAI. We defeated them, winning the referendum by a
by Pete DolackOriginally published in CounterPunch:https://www.counterpunch.org/2021/05/21/the-fight-for-independent-non-corporate-radio-flares-up-again/ Here we go again. Listener democracy at the Pacifica radio network is in deep jeopardy again because the same people who violently shut down WBAI in 2019 and forced an expensive referendum that was soundly defeated in 2020 have forced a second bylaws referendum.
by Ann Garrison Reprinted from CounterPunch: https://www.counterpunch.org/2021/04/15/pacifica-radio-lets-talk-about-the-debt/ In early June, listener subscribers and staff of the Pacifica Radio Network, which includes five nonprofit metropolitan stations, KPFA-Berkeley, KPFK-Los Angeles, KPFT-Houston, WBAI-New York City, WPFW-Washington D.C., and over 200 smaller affiliate stations across the U.S., will receive ballots to vote on yet
The people responsible for shutting WBAI down for more than a month in October 2019 are back with a second referendum attempt. (The first one was voted down) As WBAI and Pacifica face the new attempt at removing community control of governance at WBAI & Pacifica, political prisoner and journalist
For more about the referendum seeking to destroy community input into Pacifica, visit https://pacificafightback.org/
Hi, you’ve reached the WBAI FightBack information line. We are independent of WBAI. There’s a very important vote coming up – another referendum that would dramatically change the Pacifica by-laws which govern the organization. It would eliminate community control of the stations and Pacifica network and replace it with a