[imc-baghdad] list admin
jacquie at bignoisefilms.com
Wed May 7 17:30:44 PDT 2003
who is the list admin then? i set up the list and put my name down for
admin but i'm happy if chris wants to take it over.
just need some clarification.
would be good if people could try to use the wiki as well
so we can archive things and see everything at once, also saves us all
from copious emails.
one thing i would like to know is where fundraising efforts are at from
everyone - amount of money riased, equipment obtained, how people would
like to collect the money (through an imc account? a separate bank
account? should we set up a paypal, if so where?) , and i would also
like people's opinion on whether or not there should be an imc-baghdad,
or whether or not it should be a collective posting to indymedia (a
working group sort of that syndicates to different sites...). this is a
question for the collective in baghdad, of course....
keep your faith,
On Tuesday, May 6, 2003, at 06:37 AM, Break A Silence wrote:
> Great intro., Chris, and if administering the list is truly little
> work, I'd be willing to help out.
> My name is Crystal Allene Cook and I am a fiction writer and teacher
> orginally from Appalachia but now living in Los Angeles (two years)
> and about to go into grad. school for the 100th time (and working full
> time as a junior high school teacher).
> I have been involved with Radio IMC here in Los Angeles about half a
> year, and just started a monthly radio show, "Break A Silence," with
> I am also involved in economic and debt relief for the Global South,
> Code Pink, and am in the process of forming with other local folks a
> coalition of volunteers, artists, and organizations to put on a
> progressive (with a capitol 'P') voter registration and voting reform
> event to tour Los Angeles community organizations and churches over
> the next 16 months. The website should be up by the end of the week
> at www.register2004.org if anyone wants to check it out.
> I previously lived in NYC a long time, busy in the punk scene and
> education and education issues and have spent a lot of time in Germany
> and Russia.
> I don't speak Arabic -- but do speak German, Russian, and Spanish --
> if anyone needs help in those languages.
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