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WBAI 99.5fm NYC Pacifica Radio, Real University
WBAI & s6k / Real University have launched an exciting joint project to make the research of former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney accessable to the the global community. It will be an archive of documents, featured links, and commentary from Ms. McKinney.
Since Ms. McKinney left the U.S. congress, she has been traveling the world, speaking at events and talking to people about the issues we are currently dealing with, as well as those we have historically dealt with.
It is more important than ever to supply the global community with as much source information as possible, especially in this time of being bombarded by myth and assumption that serves as fact.
Ms. McKinney has been focussing her interests on the FBI's relentless investigation of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., its actions against the civil rights / peace movement, and the many unanswered questions of September 11th, 2001.
Two primary persons responsible for making this information available to the public are researchers Paul Wolf and John Judge. Both have dedicated their lives to sifting through the thousands of documents that have been released via the Freedom of Information Act (F.O.I.A.). These documents hold the cold truth of the US government's actions against, and treatment of its own citizens.
The Atlanta Library is now in the progress of archiving Ms. McKinney's hard copy documentation. Though there will be documentation provided to the Atlanta Library and ourselves by Ms. McKinney, each will have documents that are unique.
This project is a continuation of the missions of WBAI & s6k / Real University, which is to provide the tools for people to better understand the world they live in.
"They we stupid enough to write it down, we must be smart enough to read it." Cynthia McKinney
launch date: January 2004 - Martin Luther King Day
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