The cost of independence and intellectual honesty is high. KPFA’s mission is to speak truth to power and extend our platform to voices that never get heard in the mass media noise. We are proud to do this work in partnership with you and will work tirelessly to fulfill our goals to educate and provide … Continued
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KPFA cancelled a book event with Richard Dawkins when members of our community brought our attention to Dawkins’ abusive speech against Muslims. The speech we reviewed included assertions during his current book tour that Islam is the “most evil” of world religions, Twitter posts denigrating Muslim scholars as non-scholars and other tweets. We serve a … Continued
George Orwell’s novel 1984 was written as a warning. He would be shocked to know that many of his fictional horrors are being realized today. KPFA and Pacifica air a 15-hour marathon broadcast of 1984 on Tuesday, June 27th, for the first time since the original broadcast in 1975.The classic cover-to-cover reading is by blacklisted writer Charles … Continued
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions will testify in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee today in Washington DC. KPFA will broadcast the hearing with hosts Mitch Jeserich and Kris Welch. Starting today at 11:30 am.
Check here for a listing of upcoming protests, marches and actions in the Bay Area and Beyond Monday, May 1st, 2017 (May Day) Concord Concord Unite! March for housing, immigrant, and worker justice! Keep hard working Concord families together and safe. Gather: 4 pm — Meadow Homes Park March: 5 pm Rally: 6 pm — Todos Santos Plaza … Continued
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The Next Sing Out on March 1st at 10pm, kicks off Women’s History Month with a hot live performance by the almost-all-girl Berkeley High School jazz combo: The Girls & Pepe. Hosted by Larry Kelp. The jazz combo is (from left): Pepe Tekpa, Camille Kuo, Yuki Nagase, Kyra Teigen and Mabel Smith. Not pictured: pianist Anna Bettendorf.
Here’s a link to the full decision to not reinstate the Muslim ban, which was released around 3:00 pm this afternoon: http://cdn.ca9.uscourts.gov/datastore/opinions/2017/02/09/17-35105.pdf The fight is far from over, but this is still an important step towards protecting those that Trump threatens.
Click here to see the arguments from the US 9th District court of appeals