Go with the flow reggae music mix.
Go with the flow reggae music mix.
Exploring a variety of textures with a cross pollination of jazz, world, and Latin influences, hosted by Avotcja.
A weekly Latino affairs magazine program with a local and international focus, highlighting the social, political and cultural events affecting the Latino community.
The Trump Administration begins enforcing new rules allowing immigration authorities to deport immigrants immediately if they can’t prove they’ve been in the country for at least two years. The Agriculture Department announces new rules that will cut an estimated three million people from the food stamp rolls. Brexiteer Boris Johnson overwhelmingly wins the vote to … Continued
Today on Flashpoints: We bring you another update on Puerto Rico from the streets of San Juan. Also, excerpts of a new powerful documentary, “From Selma to Stonewall: Are We There Yet?”
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.
Covering issues facing working people and the trade union movement from education, healthcare, housing, the environment and public workers. It also examines the role of international labor and the US trade union movement
Culture critic Jennifer Stone’s commentary on social justice as reflected in film, television, theatre and mass media: the Zeitgeist watch.
A syndicated hour long radio program on science, technology, politics, and the environment, hosted by Dr. Michio Kaku.
The Battle for People’s Park: 50th Anniversary On Wednesday May 15th 2019, the fiftieth anniversary of Bloody Thursday when the University of California retook People’s Park by force, Heyday publisher/executive director Steve Wasserman moderated a panel featuring The Battle for People’s Park, Berkeley 1969 author Tom Dalzell and Mayor Jesse Arreguín, Michael Delacour, Judy Gumbo, Ruth Rosen, Donovan Rundle, Dove … Continued
Listen in as Sarah Holmes champions plants. She explores the importance of plants and our dependence upon them as well as celebrates some of our California Native plants. Part one of two. Fund drive.
Democracy is one of the most contradictory terms in political discourse today. On the one hand, it evokes rule by the people. On of the other, it’s used relentlessly by elites to mask where power truly resides in our society. Is it still a word worth fighting for? That’s one of the questions posed by … Continued
The cultural, the intellectual, the political, the spiritual—and the silly. Life as we know it, fear it, love it, question it, live it. Hosted by Kris Welch.
As part of an ongoing oral history project Letters & Politics is undertaking, today we bring you the first part of a conversation with Richard Wolff. He explains how he became interested and learned about Marxism. We talk about the history of his family, and how it formed him and how central this theory came … Continued
Democracy Now! is a daily national independent award-winning news program, hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
0:08 – The science of earthquakes, and what you need to know for the next Big One. Andrew Alden (@aboutgeology) is science writer, founder of a weekly blog on the geology of Oakland and former United States Geological Survey technical editor. Jennifer Strauss is External Relations Officer at UC Berkeley Seismology Lab and Regional Coordinator for ShakeAlert Northern … Continued
Democracy Now! is a daily independent award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
A daily digest of independent news analysis, investigation, education, artistic expression, and activism in the public interest, emphasizing the connection between global issues and those in local communities. Hosted by Sonali Kolhatkar.
Music of the The Great Jazz Legends, with Alex Danzler
Free form style with doses of rock, techno, r&b, punk, soul, metal, standards, soundtracks, indie, spoken word, and things that haven’t been invented yet.