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KPFA isn’t only a valuable source of alternative music, culture and information, it is a democratically run grassroots media outlet. We turn to you to select our local board from the members of our community. Ballots will arrive in your e-mail box (if we have your email address) on Thursday August 15th and have to be returned by October 15th. If we couldn’t find your email address, you will get a postcard in the mail with your voting information.


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September 20 2019 through August 29 2019

Cine+Más Presents the 11th San Francisco Latino Film Festival

Co-Sponsored by KPFA Radio

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The San Francisco Latino Film Festival (SFLFF) September 20th through the 29th is a volunteer run and produced program. Its mission is to showcase the work of emerging and established filmmakers from the US, Latin America, and the Iberian Peninsula; increase cultural opportunities for the Latino community, as well as create a cultural dialogue amongst...


September 24 2019

KPFA Radio 94.1 FM presents: JONATHAN SAFRAN FOER & SAMIN NOSRAT

We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast

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Jonathan Safran Foer is the author of four novels:Everything Is Illuminated,  Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, Tree of Codes, Here I Am, and two books of non-fiction:  Eating Animals, and We are the Weather.  His work has received numerous awards and has been translated into thirty-six languages. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.


September 28 2019

KPFA Movie Matinee Presents: BOULEVARD NIGHTS 40TH ANNIVERSARY

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Forty years ago this summer, in 1979, Warner Bros released “Boulevard Nights,” a film that centers around a fatherless Mexican-American family living in East Los Angeles. After film discussion led by Miguel Molina of Flashpoints and La Onda Bajita. This is a KPFA benefit.


October 10 2019

KPFA Radio 94.1 FM presents: DENNIS J BERNSTEIN & WARREN LEHRER

“FIVE OCEANS IN A TEA SPOON” Poems & Visualizations

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Five Oceans in a Teaspoon is a memoir in short visual poems, written by poet/investigative journalist Dennis J Bernstein, typographic visualizations by designer/author Warren Lehrer. Like his journalism, Bernstein’s poems reflect the struggle of everyday people trying to survive in the face of adversity. 


October 22 2019

KPFA Radio 94.1 FM with Project Censored & City Lights Present: Nolan Higdon & Mickey Huff

United States of Distraction: Media Manipulation in Post-Truth America

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“Higdon and Huff have produced the best short introduction to the nature of Trump-era journalism and how the ‘post-truth’ media world is inimical to a democratic society.” —Robert W. McChesney, author of Rich Media, Poor Democracy: Communication Politics in Dubious Times



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