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This week on Resistance Remixed, DJ lotus will be interviewing Robert Tambuzi. Tambuzi is a housing organizer in San Diego who works with the Project New Village Community Coalition and the Affordable Housing Coalition. They will be discussing the housing crisis in San Diego, local actions as a strategy for long term social change, race, Black Power and more.

The San Diego Affordable Housing Coalition is a mix of community activists, community-based organizations, environmentalist, social service agencies and academicians working together to address the housing crisis in San Diego.

For more about Project New Village, see:
http://www.projectnewvillage.org/

Listen online at http://radioActiveradio.org on Thursday, January 13th
@ 7pm, PST

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Resitance, Remixed is an experiment in tactical audio production where DJ Lotus creates audio which is in itself an act of resistance. Resistance, remixed also looks for new forms of resistance all over the world in an effort to find new, effective ways of combating neo-liberalism and the religious right, while creating direct democracy.
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