Re: Coffee with Maya

Posted on April 22, 2009

The website looks so good. 

I met with Maya today. She mentioned that she saw our website and was very impressed. I filled her in on all the latest developments on the show. We came up with some collaborative ideas. 

  • Make link to Maya’s program “Raisin’ the standard” on our website.
  • Maya replay segments from our show on hers- different audience Sun midnight til 4am Monday. 
  • Maya submit MP3 file segments under 10 mins for LRC. Send them to Vanessa and Nina –
  • Maya is currently in negotiations with KPFA re : sexual harassment law suit. So she’s only comfortable at the station when there is no one around- as advised I think also by the lawyer.
  • BTW: re: website Daniel’s foto probably belongs in a different section than  collective members. Contributors- like Diana Martinez, Rafael etc. Also we should credit Adrian Arias for website banner.  

On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 12:26 PM, CTone <> wrote:

Hi all – the blog/site is updated:
  – cjl
On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 6:51 AM, ninaserrano34 <> wrote:

Hi Ctone, I think the promo for last night is best in this version -more accurate.I hope you can use this one instead of what I sent you earlier. I am including it below. Plz tell me what you think. I sent a similar one for the  KPFA website and cc’d you. But this version is an improvement on that one. 

I am meeting for coffee this morning w/ Maya Orozco, who was a major contributor to LRC and currently does a weekly late nite show “Raisin’ the Standard” on Sunday nite/Monday morning.

It is Earth Day!  We celebrate our homeland: la tierra/the earth. May we fill it with clean air, water, health for all species and social justice for humanity. Our guest, Jeff Connant, an enviromental justice organizer with Food and Water Watch discusses his new book, “A Community Guide to Environmental Health”  and guest Daniel del Solar, “el Informatico”, discusses the progressive Venezuelan Spanish language TV station, Telesur. We bring you news headlines from the Americas and go to the Streets of Aztlan to hear historic voices from Cesar Chavez’s funeral including excerpts of Corky Gonzalez’s and Dolores Huerta’s eulogies, as well as a calendar of upcoming Latino events and musica to brighten the journey. Produced by Vanesa Bohm, Julieta Kusnir, Carmen Andrea Rivera, Emiliano Echeverria, Ventura Longoria, C`tone and Nina Serrano.

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