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          Guest For THURSDAY APRIL 2, 2009

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                         FLORENCE  RICE

        

                     

     Pioneer Public Access Television Producer

              

               

                     Social & Political Activist

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                                    NAT WOOD

                       

               Public Access Television Producer

             

              Social, Cultural and Political Activist

             

       

       Director of The Florence Rice Public Access 

                             Television Program

              

  Celebrating The 90th Birthday of Florence Rice!

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The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbZWq1_oomo - FLORENCE RICE & NAT WOOD

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More a bout: FLORENCE RICE & NAT WOOD

Florence Rice - Having lived in the same building on 158th Street in Harlem for over 61 years; Mrs. Rice now advocates for herself as she exposes how she was "constructively evicted," from the place she calls home. She's taken refuge with her daughter. Rice is the founder of the Harlem Consumer Education Council. She held a number of state, national and international positions -- lifetime member of Consumer Union, Official Member and U.S. Delegation to the World Congress to the International Women's Year in Berlin, Representative to the United Nations Congress of Non-governmental Organizations, and she presently airs a Cable TV show at the Manhattan Neighborhood Network on Channel 34, and does a lot more. In 1991, the late Congressman Bill Green, recognized Mrs. Rice in Washington D. C. on the floor of the House of Representatives to receive the Frederick Douglass Award at the New York Urban League's 26th Annual dinner.
Mrs. Rice has advocated for people her whole life. She's responsible for keeping Con Edison and Verizon from bolting from 125th Street in Harlem -- and she's helped ensure that people who receive federal checks had the option for direct deposit. But, what does all Mrs. Rice's hard work stand for? Nothing. It's not just about Mrs. Rice but it's about how the elderly and ordinary people are being treated under this "New World Order." Are we going back to the old America? Is this the land of the free -- home of the brave? The only brave soul in this eviction case is Mrs. Rice, and one of many questions comes to mind, "Who is responsible for this 'constructive eviction,'" as she was advised, as the cause of her being made homeless.

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Nat Wood is a New Yorker with a great interest in the Public Access Cable Television as an important part of the movement and is a committed Social, Cultural and Political activist. He hosts his own long running Series: "30 Frame A Second" and helps mightily in the production of many Public Access Productions including the series "Community Cop" and the extremely long running - from the very beginning of Public Access itself in the early 1970s - the Consumer rights oriented: "Florence Rice Show".

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                                     Thursday April 2, 2009

                                 10:30 - 11:30 AM  / (NYC Time)

                 Channel 34 of the Time/Warner & Channel 82 of the RCN 
                       Cable Television Systems in Manhattan, New York.

The Program can now be viewed on the internet at time of cable casting at

                                              www.mnn.org

                  NOTE: You must adjust viewing to reflect NYC time

                                          & click on channel 34 at site

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