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 Third Paradigm  
 Regular Show
 Tereza Coraggio  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution Non-commercial (by-nc) 
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Proposes a partnership between Cabrillo College and the Santa Cruz community to start a new radio station focusing on independent news and analysis. Celebrates independent publishers like Anarchist Press and the well-disguised anarchist bookshop Capitola BookCafe.
Sets the goal of enabling a self-educated generation, without debt, who know how to work with their hands.
Produced and Hosted by Tereza Coraggio

Production and Editing by Skidmark Bob

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Music: John Zorn with End Titles, Howie Day with Collide, and David Bowie with Space Oddity
Reads Monkey Hill by Stan Rice and Wild Geese by Mary Oliver. Quotes from a blog called Touched by a Monkey. Discusses the movie, "The End of Poverty?" by Philippe Diaz and cites research by Susan George on the global South financing the North. Introduces David Rovic's new feature, "This Month in History and Song." Shows how
Cabrillo's Student Senate is out to break the spine of the textbook cartel. Relates Dennis Kucinich's State sovereignty solution to healthcare and Jane Hamsher's admonishment to play hardball. Speculates on a community college exchange for sustainability.

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