NC Veterans Talk Peace

VFP, and others, will have Another Radio Program to Stream on the Internet, besides “About Face” from Chapter 075 out of Phoenix, on Saturdays from 5pm to 6pm EST, Chapter 099 out of Asheville NC will give it a go as well on WPVM – The Progressive Voice of the Mountains.

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After 4 years on Pack Square, protesters expand to radio

by Ashley Wilson

published January 10, 2008

The two organizations are working together to launch a radio talk show on WPVM-FM 103.5 next week.

For more than four years, members of the organization have been standing on Pack Square. They started the demonstrations on the day U.S. troops entered Iraq.

WPVM is a low-powered FM radio station broadcasting in Asheville and globally on the Internet and is run completely by volunteers and donations.

Vets Take to the Air

Unless a meteor hits the programming committee, “Veterans Voices” is scheduled to take to the air on WPVM every Wednesday at 5 pm, with Kindra Phillips (minus the gag) at the board.

Look for other new shows as the new schedule kicks in next week. Welcome to WPVM, all you new folks! This is your community radio station!

Learn more

For more information on Veterans For Peace visit: VFP Chapter 099 or Veterans For Peace.

For more information on Iraq Veterans Against The War visit: IVAW-Iraq Veterans Against the War


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    • jimstaro on January 15, 2008 at 12:19 am

    I put this up as I was rushing to get ready for work this early morn, must not have had enough coffee at the time!;c}

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  1. Iraq Veterans Against the War, et al.

    But what I really want to know (sorry for being so shallow) is, what is that emoticon at the end of your comment?  Don’t think I’ve ever seen that one before.

    • kj on January 15, 2008 at 4:04 am

    what a perfect, perfect title…  several meanings going on there.  Congratulations! to go from standing at a square to getting voices on the airwaves takes dedication, perseverance, guts, hope and all those good things!    

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