KHSU Protest 

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"The media are keeping us misinformed so they can exploit us," said David Goggin, of Arcata, who came to protest the KHSU-FM decisions.
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James Floss (left), of Freshwater, who was a volunteer programmer of "Immigrant Voices" at KHSU-FM, shared his homemade protest sign with former KHSU-FM staffer Jeff DeMark.
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"It feels like we've been assaulted," said Debbie Funada, of Arcata, about the decision to cut staff and community volunteers at KHSU-FM.
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HSU alum and artist Alan Sanborn, of Arcata, came to offer his sentiments about the cuts at KHSU-FM.
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Phil Ricord (left), owner of Wildberries and formerly KHSU's largest underwriter, was out collecting names of supporters like longtime volunteer programmer Halimah Collingwood for the back page he has bought to run in next week's Mad River Union that will say, "In Memoriam THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED ..."
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Portrait of Natalya Estrada, who at that moment was the last standing employee at KHSU-FM. She resigned in the afternoon.
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"I am gutted," said longtime KSHU-FM volunteer Lisa Enge, of Fieldbrook. "Losing the KHSU staff and community volunteers is like having a family member killed. The on-air staff have become our friends."
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Longtime volunteer DJ Julee Unruly offered her rewrite of an album cover as her protest sign.
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Longtime KHSU-FM listener and supporter Sonja Roseth, of Trinidad, said she was so sad about the loss of community programming at KHSU-FM.
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"I knew they were going to do this when they fired Katie Whiteside," said former KHSU-FM DJ Sharon "Sista Soul" Fennel, of Manila.
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Rob Enge, of Fieldbrook, used to be a volunteer host for a Thursday night jazz show on KHSU-FM. "The station's heart was in its local programming," he said.
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After gathering on the southwest corner of the Arcata Plaza for a couple hours, the demonstrators gathered into a protest walk around the farmers market area in closing.
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"The media are keeping us misinformed so they can exploit us," said David Goggin, of Arcata, who came to protest the KHSU-FM decisions.

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