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The Revolution Will Be Televised

I live in San Francisco. I'm an artist, an activist, an anarchist and an archivist; this is my videoblog.

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YouTube takes down controversial video over questionable copyright claim

Fri, 03 Jun 2011 15:46:32 PDT

You Tube pulled R&B singer Rihanna’s latest music video from her official VEVO channel early Friday afternoon citing a copyright claim from the RIAA. The video has come under fire by family values activists over its violent narrative that tells the story of the singer shooting dead the man who sexually assaulted her. VEVO is [...]

SFPD’s Dangerfield steps into media mine field

Mon, 14 Mar 2011 18:19:07 PDT

After receiving complaints from major media organizations that are frustrated by independent journalists trying to cover the same events, the San Francisco Police department responded by revoking press passes from several online outlets. While police policy specifically states that press passes are reserved for outlets that regularly cover breaking news about fire and police events, [...]

KPFA report on UC Berkeley student’s suspension

Mon, 18 Jan 2010 21:29:28 PST

The UC Berkeley police arrested Angela Miller outside the chancellor’s house around 11:30 p.m. on Friday, December 11. But although the Alameda County District Attorney has dropped all charges against the 20-year-old junior and the seven others arrested that night, Miller remains prohibited from entering campus under an interim suspension. On Monday of that week, [...]

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Berkeley student suspended for protest

Fri, 15 Jan 2010 12:43:40 PST

UC Berkeley law lecturer discusses the Office of Student Conduct from Josh Wolf on Vimeo. Angela Miller was thrown in jail and held on more than $100,000 bail after she was arrested from a crowd gathered outside UC Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau’s home. But even after the DA dropped all the charges against the eight [...]

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The aftermath of “terrorism”

Tue, 22 Dec 2009 14:29:04 PST

The night-time march to Chancellor Robet Birgeneau’s home, which the governor described as “terrorism” after a handful of students damaged property outside University House, resulted in eight students facing serious felony charges. But witnesses say that the people arrested on Dec. 10, which include a journalist, two UC Berkeley students, two UC Davis students and [...]

Live Week Day One

Tue, 08 Dec 2009 02:16:44 PST

Click to Play Five years ago my dad made this video after Gavin Newsom ignited the gay marriage debate on Valentine’s Day. He’s not around to hear the decision being read at 10 a.m. But I wanted his voice to be heard tonight. Formats available: Quicktime (.mov), Flash Video (.flv) This video was originally shared [...]

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