Dreaming through the air waves

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Dreams to be Heard, a club that helps undocumented college students at California State University Northridge has a new radio spot. But rather than me telling you, how about I let them tell you themselves. Tune in if you can, I know I will.     

We are happy to announce that D2BH has been offered a 10 min. segment on KPFK (Pacifica Radio), our local progressive radio station. We'll be on "The Morning Review with Gabriel Gutierrez" twice a month, starting tomorrow (Wed. March 11) at 7 am. 

The Morning Review is a progressive radio show. You can tune into 90.7 FM (Los Angeles) or 98.7 FM (Santa Barbara) or listen live online (

This space will be used to educate the general public on issues affecting undocumented students and their families. We will also promote any local events and actions by our allies, like the CA Dream Network and United We Dream -DreamAvtivist.org

Although it's not our first time in the radio, this is our first time participating in such an exciting project. So, we hope you listen to us tomorrow and if you have any suggestions or questions, please send them in to dreamstobeheard@yahoo.com Type in "MORNING REVIEW-KPFK" in the subject line. 

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Ignacio said:

This is a great idea and an excellent way to make the problem heard among other communities. If only mainstream radio stations could do the same for the movement, things would have changed a long time ago.
Seems like the youth will have to carry the load, as it was the case with the new administration.
Creative youth is changing America. It's not a coincidence that they are making a positive statement in the immigration reform movement.

Keep it up!

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