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Talking to your family about Climate Change!

Tuesday June 23 - 7:00 pm at OMNI

Young people know they have the most to lose from climate change, and they are asking questions and seeking solutions. Yet discussion within families can be difficult. In conjunction with Congressional Climate Message Day, we're hosting a panel discussion/forum - children and parents - about this issue.  UA Climatologist Steve Boss and homeschooling parent Sara Dent Sawyer will be moderating. Everyone is Welcome!


Radio Roundup Wednesday!

Attention Radio Activists, its the Radio Roundup coming Wednesday June 24th 6 - 8pm at the Bella Vista Room in the Chancellor Hotel.   

If you were wondering when your local community voice on the radio will be broadcasting, come to our event at the Chancellor Hotel.

We'll catch you up on the many exciting developments that have been going on behind the scenes.

Updates on the construction of our tower atop the Chancellor, visit the studio to see construction progress, hear about our affiliation with a national programming network, submit your entries for the "First Song Contest".

Presentations, tours, music, refreshments. Everyone's welcome, admission is free. Come to the Bella Vista room on the 2nd floor.

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Statement on the Shooting of Trayvon Martin and Gun Violence

July 18, 2013

The OMNI Center for Peace, Justice, & Ecology strongly condemns the horrific killing of Trayvon Martin and the acquittal of his murderer George Zimmerman which was allowed by the very flawed “Stand your Ground” law.

This senseless murder, the irresponsible actions from law enforcement, and the horrendous decision by the jury are testimony to the violence that people of color continue to face every single day. 31 states currently have “Shoot First” laws. In these states, Caucasians who kill African Americans are 354% more likely to have charges dropped than when Caucasians kill other Caucasians. We demand those in Florida with legislative power take the adequate measures to dismantle their “Stand Your Ground” law. We demand those in public office in Arkansas and the rest of the nation to end these “Shoot First” laws that allow vigilantes to target anyone they deem suspicious.

The OMNI Center has always stood against racial violence, injustice and oppression, whether it is in the form of discrimination against African Americans and other people of color, the persecution of Muslims after 9/11, or the alienation and denial of basic human rights to our immigrant brothers & sisters. The deliberate racism towards people of color serves to undermine our common struggle for peace and justice. The Florida law that allowed Zimmerman to be declared “not guilty” sets a very dangerous precedent and gives new legal protection to open acts of racial violence. A vigilante who takes the life of an innocent person does not deserve to walk away but rather should be behind bars. We ask our members and the community to take action and organize to demand justice for Trayvon Martin and all the innocent people who have fallen victims to “Shoot First” laws, vigilantes, and law enforcement.

You can start taking action by signing the petition that the NAACP has initiated to demand that the U.S. Department of Justice of a Civil Rights case against Zimmerman.

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In peace, justice, and ecology,

The OMNI Center - Fayetteville, AR




Fayetteville Community Radio holds it next meeting at Omni Center on January 14th at 7:15pm. All welcome to attend. The agenda includes:

Agenda: Fundraising letter review, Studio status and Radio Production Classes, the new FCC rules and how they affect our application, plan fun presentation for Omni Annual Meeting!

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Youth Program Web pages have resources worth watching!

We've been working long and hard to make them amazing. 

We still have a long way to go, but many of them are up and viewable right now!

Learn more about how the OMNI Center is empowering and inspiring youth!


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