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“Spooked: How the CIA Manipulates the Media and Hoodwinks Hollywood” Hosted by Greg Bridges

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After Hours – July 24, 2016

Smooth Grooves, R&B, Soul Music, Smooth R&B, Smooth Jazz, Neo-Soul. All-around relaxing, chill, wind-down nightcap music. Hosted By Syntax Era, Wesley Burton, Arek B. and E. Reed, with caller advice from Dr. Chill.

After Hours

The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays – July 22, 2016

A day after accepting the Republican Presidential nomination, Donald Trump delivers rambling remarks to convention volunteers in which he denounces Ted Cruz and reprises old controversies involving his former rival. Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton names Virginia Senator Tim Kaine as her running mate disappointing progressives in the party.  At least eight are dead following … Continued

The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

Flashpoints – July 22, 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

Actress Margo Hall discusses August Wilson’s, Fences.

The tragic drama “Fences,” won August Wilson his second Pulitzer Prize in 1987. It’s the story of a fallen patriach, former negro league baseball great turned garbage man. However, under the direction of Raelle Myrick-Hodges, the Wilson classic has been revised to provide audiences with a memorably powerful image of a matriarch, played by Oakland-based … Continued

Hard Knock Radio

After Hours – July 24, 2016

Smooth Grooves, R&B, Soul Music, Smooth R&B, Smooth Jazz, Neo-Soul. All-around relaxing, chill, wind-down nightcap music. Hosted By Syntax Era, Wesley Burton, Arek B. and E. Reed, with caller advice from Dr. Chill.

After Hours

Full Circle: A Dialogue, Racism in the Justice System

Tonight we bring you dialogue around police accountability and dismantling racism in the criminal justice system. Hear representatives from the Black Panther Party, Asians 4 Black Lives, Black Lives Matter, the Anti Police-Terror Project and Oscar Grant’s Uncle Bobby. Tonight on Full Circle at 7 p.m.

Full Circle

Education Today – July 22, 2016

American University professor, Seth Gershenson, discusses his new study showing that, statistically, Black teachers actually do have higher expectations for Black students than white teachers have.   He suggests some possible interventions, and we talk with an East Oakland educator about  her work on this issue. Education Today is a radio show hosted by Kitty … Continued

Education Today

WNBA Teams Show What Black Lives Matter Solidarity Looks Like

In 2010, the entire Phoenix Suns team wore shirts that read Los Suns as a statement of solidarity with the Latino people in Arizona threatened by the brutal anti-immigrant bill, SB 1070. That was the first time, according to my own research, that a professional US sports team undertook a united political stand that was sanctioned—or at least … Continued

The Collision: Sports and Politics, Etan Thomas & Dave Zirin


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