Black History Day-Long Special on Saturday, February 6th

KPFA’s Amandla Radio Collective invites you to join us on Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 6AM to midnight for thought provoking, powerful, cutting edge programming honoring the history and culture of Africans throughout the diaspora, in celebration of Black History Month. With music, Interviews, Literature, Live Performances and more… That’s Saturday, February 6, 2016 from … Continued






February 10 2016
Richard Wolf Small

RICHARD WOLFF

“Certainly We Can Do Better than Capitalism” Hosted by Sabrina Jacobs

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February 21 2016
Community-Puzzle

KPFA Community Advisory Board Meeting

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Public meeting of the KPFA Community Advisory Board. We gather community input on station programming, practices and policies and how they can best meet community needs and desires. The first 15 minutes (approximately 11:00-11:15 am) are availble for community comment.



March 22 2016
sengupta

Somini Sengupta

“Hope and Fury Among India’s Young” Hosted by Vijaya Nagarajan

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Flashpoints – February 5, 2016

An award winning front-line investigative news magazine, that focuses on human, civil and workers right, issues of war and peace, Global Warming, racism and poverty, and other issues. Hosted by Dennis J. Bernstein.

Flashpoints

Failing Our Youth: An Inadequate Foster Care System (Encore)

Nicole Rocke, former foster youth; Kyle Lafferty, the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy: Linda Bryant, Clinical Professor at New York University’s School of Social Work; Benita Miller, Deputy Commissioner of Family Permanency Services at the Administration of Children’s Services; Lorraine Jacobs, caseworker; Yolanda Vasquez, former foster youth;  Adriane Fugh-Berman, Pharmacology Professor at … Continued

Making Contact

Full Circle – February 5, 2016

A cultural affairs radio magazine showcasing personal views, current events, interviews, feature stories, and live performances from communities of underserved and underrepresented humans. Members of First Voice Media Apprenticeship produce, write, host and engineer Full Circle,

Full Circle

State Standards Smack Down

Sometimes, we take accessible buildings for granted; but they aren’t always accessible for people living with disabilities and our rights aren’t always granted.  Every now and then we have to make some noise, show up and be counted, prepare for a smack down… So it was at the California Building Standards Commission last week.  Couldn’t … Continued

Pushing Limits