“Sean died for a bigger cause”: Remembering Sean Monterrosa

Interview with Michelle and Ashley Monterrosa ThisIsLucyKang · “Sean died for a bigger cause”: Remembering Sean Monterrosa   Twenty-two year-old San Francisco resident Sean Monterrosa was unarmed and kneeling with his hands raised when Vallejo Police Officer Jarrett Tonn fatally shot him through the windshield of a moving police vehicle in a Walgreens parking lot … Continued



A weekly magazine-style radio show featuring the voices and stories of Asians and Pacific Islanders from all corners of our community. The show is produced by a collective of media makers, deejays, and activists. Join the Powerleegirls Miko Lee & Jalena Keane-Lee, a mother daughter team, as we continue with “We are the leaders” series. … Continued



Last week on Democracy Now!, acclaimed filmmaker Michael Moore predicted Donald Trump would win re-election if Democrats don’t choose a candidate to run against him who excites their base of voters. His comments prompted President Donald Trump to respond on Twitter, “He made [the] same prediction in 2016. Nobody ever said Michael was stupid!” But Moore’s comments … Continued


LSB February 2016 meeting records

KPFA LSB regular in-person meeting Agenda February 27, 2016, 11am-4pm SEIU Local 1021 100 Oak St., Oakland, CA   Item # Time* Item Est start time 1 Call to Order 11:00 AM 2 5 Roll Call and Excusing of Absent Members 11:00 AM 3 5 Approve Agenda 11:05 AM 4 5 Approve Minutes 11:10 AM … Continued


Terra Verde

Next Gen Ag: The New Farmers Movement

The US Department of Agriculture estimates that 70% of the nation’s private farm and ranch land will change hands over the next couple decades as an older generation of American food producers retires. A younger generation of farmers and ranchers is stepping up with startup operations that aim for both ecological and economic sustainability. Today Laura Garzon Chica (@EarthMediaArts) … Continued