KPFA producers highlight the issue of reproductive justice through interviews and feature stories. Team Chana Wilson is a storyteller, radio producer, and an award-winning author. She began at KPFA in 1973, back in the days of magnetic tape edited with razor blades, joining the collectively produced show Lesbian Air. For eight years, she hosted A … Continued

Restoring Justice for Indigenous Peoples, hosted a 4 series panel between March to May 2022,  on ‘The intersections of Trafficking & Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two Spirit People (MMIWG2)’ (MMIWG2 now known as Missing and Murdered Indigenous People MMIP) Listen to Raechel Ibarra, Indigenous Advocate, discusses working as a advocate for Indigenous … Continued

Restoring Justice for Indigenous Peoples, hosted a 4 series panel between March to May 2022,  on ‘The intersections of Trafficking & Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two Spirit People (MMIWG2)’ (MMIWG2 now known as Missing and Murdered Indigenous People MMIP) Listen to Cari Herthel Tribal Vice Chair, The Esselen Tribe of Monterey County … Continued

Morning Star Gali and Yuki Committee discuss the passage of AB 1936 and the difficulties in communicating with UC Hastings regarding changing the school name. AB 1936 authorizes the University of California Hastings Law College of the Law to remove the name of its founder, Serranus C. Hastings from the school’s name and specifies restorative … Continued