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Basics News

BASICS is a pro-working class and pro-people's community media organization. We seek to unite community organizers, workers, students, and other progressives in our organization, and to have our organization serve people's and workers struggles.
Their current media productions include:
* BASICS Free Community Newsletter - A widely distributed bimonthly newspaper in the GTA. See http://issuu.com/basicsnews for all back issues in our print format.
* RADIO BASICS - A weekly radio program that airs on CHRY 105.5 FM in Toronto. Archived radio programs can be found at http://www.radio4all.net (search 'Radio Basics')
* basicsnews.ca - Our website, which integrates all our media productions, along with extra articles, features, analyses, event notices, social networking tools, and more.

Website: http://www.basicsnews.ca

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