Today on the Show: The Tony Award-Winning San Francisco Mime Troupe debuts a new activist adaptation of the Dickens Classic as a radio play: A Red Carol. Flashpoints will feature it in its entirety Christmas eve. Also the latest edition of our new prison abolition radio column in collaboration with the San Francisco Bayview National … Continued
Today on Flashpoints: We present a voter clinic call in special, with voting rights attorney, Bill Simpich, award-winning investigative reporter, Greg Palast, and 48 Hills founder, Tim Redmond, focusing not on who to vote for but how to make sure your vote is counted. We will also invite listener call-ins.
Today on Flashpoints: Israel pulls out the stops with it’s latest multiple bombings of Syria. We’ll speak with international law expert, Francis Boyle about the legality of the bombing and about the distinct possibility of having a pro torture advocate to be the next director of the CIA. And, we’ll feature excerpts of a new … Continued
Today on Flashpoints: We continue our live broadcast from the Arlene Francis Center in Santa Rosa. We’ll speak to a survivor of the Coffey Park neighborhood, who’s house missed the blaze by 50 feet. We’ll also be joined by Martin Hamilton, director of the Arlene Francis Center and Santa Rosa City Councilwoman, Julie Combs
Today on Flashpoints: We devote the entire hour to the joys of cooking in Palestine: A special podcast by the Electronic Intifada.
Flashpoint’s Dennis Bernstein featured an exclusive interview with the new mayor of the people’s republic of Berkeley, the first Latino mayor in the city’s history. Mayor Jesse Arreguin responds strong to the Trumps multiple attacks on sanctuary cities.
The Flashpoints Election Protection Section co-hosted by Best Selling Author and Investigative Reporter, Greg Palast. Episode 2. Click the play icon below to listen to this episode. To download this episode click the link below
Fresh from playing our part in the highly successful KPFA fundraiser, Flashpoints and La Onda Bahita continues our tradition of live broadcasts from community centers, day labor centers and other venues around the Bay Area, where people say again and again they “heard it on KPFA”. Flashpoints is proud to have played its part again in keeping the station going … Continued
Flashpoints examines the past, present & future of public education through a social justice lens. Broadcasts every Wednesday for 15 weeks, which began March 18, 2015. This series is produced and hosted by Ken Yale Episode 9 (Aired May 13th 2015) Shifting Paradigms, Part 3: Obedience To Liberation The third of three programs on the … Continued
Flashpoints examines the past, present & future of public education through a social justice lens. Broadcasts every Wednesday for 15 weeks, which began March 18, 2015. This series is produced and hosted by Ken Yale Episode 7 (Aired April 29th 2015) Shifting Paradigms, Part I: Standardized To Student-Centered Addresses a key pillar of the corporate … Continued