On today’s show, we explore the pending January 9th eviction of Oakland’s Wood Street encampment – the largest of its kind in the city. At the same time, encampment residents are preparing for historic rainfall and potential flooding in the coming days and weeks. We’re joined by Wood Street resident John Janosko as well as … Continued
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy Senior Analyst Timothy A. Wise is back with an update on the ban of GM corn in Mexico Distorting Markets in the Name of Free Trade Overestimating the costs of Mexico’s proposed phaseout of GM corn imports www.iatp.org/distorting-markets-name-free-trade Read more from Timothy A. Wise www.timothyawise.com
On today’s show, we’ll be in conversation with Oakland’s young rising star author Leila Mottley, who at just 20 years old published a bestselling novel called Nightcrawling, whose story is grounded in a trafficking and rape scandal by the Oakland Police department. Just a few years ago our guest was Oakland’s youth poet laureate, and … Continued
Hard Knock Radio is a drive-time Hip-Hop talk show on KPFA (94.1fm @ 4-5 pm Monday-Friday), a community radio station without corporate underwriting, hosted by Davey D and Anita Johnson.
One of conservation’s greatest achievements happened mostly by accident and is still hiding in plain sight for most of us. When settlers established cities in the United States, they decimated the existing ecosystems. But in recent decades, as environmental historian Peter Alagona illustrates, there has been a remarkable return of wildlife to urban areas across … Continued
A Box of Toys is a radio program dedicated to the mystery of obscure music. The sheer volume of new and original artists is utterly overwhelming and A Box of Toys endeavors to pluck these voices out of their dusty basements and onto the airwaves for your listening pleasure. It is the culmination of a … Continued
Computrblu welcomes you to tune in to what she calls her ‘twighlight time’ every Monday night 10pm-Midnight. What could she possibly be doing at this time of night? Only one can imagine. What we can guarantee is that whatever it is, she is most definitely listening to music. Since her lovers & friends know it’s … Continued
Join Sarah Holmes and her guest June Anthony Reeves for a discussion of Indigenous herbal knowledge. June is a First Nations Secwepemc woman, herbalist and CEO of Up the Hill at Loakin a botanical personal and body care company. She is based in BC, Canada. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @theherbalhighway.