Radio Civil Liberties
Radio Civil Liberties, the New York Civil Liberties Union’s weekly radio show, can be heard live every Friday at 1 p.m. on WBBF AM 1120 in Buffalo. Full shows and individual interviews are also available anytime by visiting www.nycluradio.org.
Radio Civil Liberties has been on the air since 2004. Over the years, the weekly show has featured guests as varied as Chuck D., Cindy Sheehan, Daniel Ellsberg and Howard Zinn. A mix of reporting about New York and national issues, the show explores topics such as voting rights, free speech, the separation between church and state, military recruiting efforts in public schools and whatever else is generating headlines.
“We want to empower our listeners so that they can be the force of change that will enable our state and nation to live up to its promise of liberty and justice for all,” said John Curr, the show’s host and producer as well as the director of the NYCLU’s Western Regional Office.
Volunteer for Radio Civil Liberties
Radio Civil Liberties is seeking volunteer interns to assist in all aspects of producing its community-based, hour-long weekly radio program.
Volunteers for Radio Civil Liberties meet each Tuesday from Noon to 2pm at our office at 712 Main St. in the Ansonia Center.
College credit is available to broadcast and communications students. We particularly need volunteers with a command of both English and Spanish. For more information contact the NYCLU at 716- 852-4033 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.nycluradio.org.
The NYCLU is proud to be an affirmative action/equal opportunity organization and encourages women, people of color, persons with disabilities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals to apply. The NYCLU welcomes immigrants and prospective immigrants alike to participate.