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KPRG's 2015 Spring Membership Campaign begins this Friday April 17th!

Help Public Radio Guam reach its goal of $35,000 during this 6 day drive by calling in your pledge of support to KPRG at 671-734-8930 or pledging here online.

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KPRG's 6 Day Spring Membership Drive begins promptly on Friday April 17th. You can pledge before the drive to be a member or renew your membership by contributing online or calling KPRG at 671-734-8930.

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Tune in to Beyond the Fence, every Friday at 12noon

Contact us at: btf.kprg@gmail.com

Beyond the Fence is a locally produced one hour program which airs every Friday at noon. This program features interviews and coverage of public events offering analysis and personal perspectives on the local impacts of US global militarism, especially in the Asia - Pacific region. It also provides accounts of different forms of resistance, decolonisation and sovereignty struggles, and the challenges of building community beyond the fence. Audio podcasts of most episodes are available for free and may be download within five days of the broadcast by going to http://kprg.podbean.com/.

The 2014 Beyond the Fence team:

(Seated, L-R) Samantha Marquez-Dauglash, Vivian Dames, Marlon Molinos
(Standing, L-R) Alan Grossman, Tali Ariav, Michael Lujan Bevacqua
(Missing) Victoria-Lola Leon Guerrero, Robert Wang

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