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The VAN is an informal association of activists and politically conscious artists using video to support social, economic and environmental justice campaigns.



mission statement

We are a grassroots, collectively managed radio station dedicated to broadcasting the vibrant voices of the Bay Area community and beyond. Our goal is to train and empower youth, womyn, minority, working/lower class, impoverished, persecuted, queer and alternative voices to take back their airwaves and use them as a tool for radical change in their local and global communities. We are committed to researching the news and issues that are blacked out by the popular media and creating a space for them to be heard and utilized. Our very existence is a statement about our refusal to accept what is filtered down to us through mainstream TV, print and radio – we are disrupting business as usual by re-appropriating our lines of communication and speaking truth to power. We are the people, we are the media and we are dissenting from the ground up. Tune in…
ECR Process Documents


Welcome to the Critical Mass Radio Network! November 26th, 2004 will mark our fourth coordinated broadcast with many more to come. Tune in for commentary and analysis from your peers and neighbors, outside of the corporate stenographers to power, the filters, and the sellers of decaying ideas. Join the message board and share your thoughts, or call into any of the stations as they broadcast from this decentralized network.

BORDERLAND. FILM/ARTS FESTIVAL 2004: A Multidisciplinary Project

The Festival is a multidisciplinary art project that integrates films, visual arts, music and public interventions to share an understanding of both the physical Mexico/U.S border and the more implicit socially constructed borders that surround us all.


The San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center is a non-commercial, democratic collective of bay area independent media makers and media outlets, and serves as the local organizing unit of the global Indymedia network.


MCCLA Mission and Philosophy

The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA) was established in 1977 by artists and community activists with a shared vision to promote, preserve and develop the Latino cultural arts that reflect the living tradition and experiences of Chicano, Central and South American, and Caribbean people. The MCCLA makes the arts accessible as an essential element to community development and well-being. As a community non-profit arts organization, MCCLA prides itself in enriching, in a most unique way, the cultural and artistic life of the Mission, San Francisco, and Bay Area residents as well. The Board of Directors, Management and Staff, share a commitment to providing quality and relevant art programs and services, and to working with community individuals and groups in the pursuit of this vision.