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Matching Your Pledge

A client of Leo's and dedicated KPFT member will graciously match your pledge to the station during fund drive up to a total of $1,000.  And during the pledge drive, Leo reminds the listeners that our Recycling Petition is also still moving ahead.  With greater than 500 responses so far, we're getting closer to our 1,000 signature goal but we need your help and fast.  Tell your family, friends, and colleagues to join the petition.  The Recycling Petition has become more than just signatures, as the accompanying essay-like comments contain vibrant and inspiring depictions from the voices of people who are ready to take on the challenge of becoming a City that leads the way.  The New Capital Show will make certain those voices will be heard as Leo plans to deliver it to the Mayor and the City Council, comments and all.  As guest and NCS staff member Bob Wilkerson eloquently stated the basic KPFT tenets in standing for free speech and peace, we can keep those tenets alive by pledging to the station, signing the Recycling Petition, and keeping active.

LISTEN: New Capital Show (May 22, 2008)

Posted on May 22 by Registered CommenterLEO GOLD | Comments1 Comment

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Listening to your show 5-29-08 and someone mentioned your top reading list. While in the Great Smoky Mountains, I bought Richard Louv's book, Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder. I first heard of this book while listening to your show. Excellent reasons to involve all children with nature.
I'm also reading Paul Rogat Loeb's book, The Impossible Will Take a Little While: a Citizen's Guide to Hope in a Time of Fear, which contains over 50 essays and is absolutely inspirational. One month ago, I had the pleasure of meeting one of the essay authors, Billy Wayne Sinclair. I highly recommend this book to you and your reader/listeners.
Thanks to all of the community of people involved in this highly-participatory radio show.

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