Tickets on Sale Now for the Black Women’s Blues Festival!

Featuring The Dynamic Miss Faye Carol, Lady Bianca, Kito Kamili, Theresa Harris, poet Avotcja, and a special tribute to Sugar Pie DeSanto Get Tickets: Freight & Salvage Sunday August 22, 2-6pm Live in-person, video livestream, KPFA live radio broadcast Black Women’s Blues Festival celebrates powerful, pioneering Black women of the blues. Showcasing legendary artists, … Continued

Upcoming Online KPFA Events in the Month of June

Thanks to all our wonderful supporters, the KPFA Spring fund-drive was a huge success and we are now ready to get back into the swing of things this summer. Throughout the month of June, we have several amazing online events for you to check out. Spanning a wide range of topics and perspectives, the following … Continued

An Antidote for Fear

From New York to Atlanta to the Bay Area attacks on Asian Americans persist. Across the country, Asian Americans wake up each morning feeling unsafe and fearful. Racism is real in America. Xenophobia is real in America. KPFA supports the peaceful protesters, Asian and African Americans, Latinos and white people who have taken to the … Continued

Bay Area COVID-19 Vaccination Guide

A coronavirus vaccine is now available and the roll-out program in which different sections of the population are able to receive it for free has begun; starting with the elderly, health-care workers, and those most threatened by the virus. The good news is that millions of people have already gotten the vaccine and distribution hubs … Continued

“She’s a Disaster”: Imani Gandy on Amy Coney Barrett and the Supreme Court   Imani Gandy (@AngryBlackLady) is Senior Editor of Law and Policy for Rewire News Group. She also co-hosts the podcast Boom! Lawyered. On this segment from Upfront, Gandy talks about Amy Coney Barrett, who she is, her dominionist and fundamentalist politics, and why she would be a “disaster” for progressive causes while in power.

Bay Area Voting Guide & Resource Hub

If you are over 18, a US citizen, and a California resident and not currently in a state or federal prison OR are currently on parole – you can vote! Moreover, all of California’s registered voters will be mailed a ballot (or should be) no later than 29 days prior to Election Day. All California … Continued

May Day Coverage on KPFA

May Day events this year took place against a backdrop of the burgeoning COVID-19 crisis, a growing numbers of strikes and job actions, and deepening inequality. Here at KPFA, our various programs have been documenting the evolving social movements which have risen up to meet the new normal as well as how front line communities … Continued