Honduran Solidarity Radio Project Informational Presentation
with musical assistance from Andy Assad
Find out about the huge cooperative effort behind AM radio station La Voz Lenca in La Esperanza, Honduras...
When: This coming Sunday, October 24th, 2:30 p.m.
Where: The Urbana Free Library Auditorium
What: Bill Taylor will be showing a short video about the construction of the station, followed by refreshments.
Sponsored by: The PRIMARY COMMUNICATIONS PROJECT, a locally based, non-profit organization.
La Voz Lenca is a sister station to WRFU, Radio Free Urbana in the Independent Media Center, the IMC, in downtown Urbana
The Voice of the Indigenous Lenca People of Western Honduras. La Voz Lenca is one of only three high power AM radio stations in this hemisphere wholly owned and operated by indigenous people. It presents the Lenca's positions on national and local issues, educates, entertains and advocates for underserved people in its region of service. It was built in 2007 with a massive cooperative effort between the Lencas and international solidarity from community media advocacy supporters in Mexico and right here in Illinois as well as businesses which contributed equipment for the construction. Bill Taylor is heading back to Honduras in a few weeks to help install equipment upgrades.
Come to find out more about the project and to find out how you can get involved!
If you'd like to help out with this event or would like more information, call Bill Taylor at 217 649-9085 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We would greatly appreciate it if you would forward this email to other lists and to any of your contacts who might be interested.
This program is not sponsored by the Urbana Free Library.