'Guerrilla Drive-Ins' Spring Up in California

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A group in Santa Cruz, Calif., descends on parks and vacant lots twice a month to screen subversive movies on random walls — "Guerilla Drive-Ins."

Rico Thunder, a member of the collective, tells Scott Simon that the group is striving to promote community participation and what it considers the people's right to public space.



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