Generously underwritten by
Dick and Mary Rose Early
Brian S. Dempsey
“WBCN and The American Revolution” is the amazing, untold story of the radical underground radio station WBCN, set against the dazzling and profound social, political and cultural changes that took place in Boston and nationally during the late-1960s and early-70s.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced cancellation of scheduled screenings of the film, but WHAV and Peabody Award-winning director Bill Lichtenstein are making it available online for a three-day rental. A portion of rental fees support WHAV Local News. It’s a fun and unique way to support WHAV’s work during this critical time.
‘Power to the People—Then and Now:
Help Preserve the People’s Voice’
A panel discussion took place Thursday, Oct. 1, at 7 p.m., with filmmaker Bill Lichtenstein, a WBCN alum; radio historian Donna Halper; and media writer Dan Kennedy.