Entrevista con David Cortés sobre su libro El Otro Rock Mexicano: Experiencias Progresivas, Sicodélicas, de Fusión y Experimentales.
Are YOU ready to vote? The election is almost here and with a record number of ballot measures lots of voters are still undecided and confused. About Health Host, Dr Will Courtenay, and guests, will examine five health-related state propositions, and three local soda tax measures. Guests: Deborah Malbec, President of the East Bay League of Women Voters, and … Continued
Featuring new music from Brooklyn duo Lewis Del Mar with a track off their debut self-titled LP out via Columbia Records. London quintet Vanishing Twin with a track off their latest album Choose Your Own Adventure out via Soundway Records. Solo project from musician Oliver Perry who records under the moniker D.D. Dumbo who shares … Continued
Since the 2013 Supreme Court ruling on the Voting Rights Act, many states have pushed a dizzying array of changes to voter laws that raise disturbing connections to the past. On this week’s show, we’ll hear stories about the hard fought battles for the right to vote, and examine whether modern day voting requirements are … Continued
We talk with Ross Turnbull, the creator of the movie Terminal Device, an autobiographical essay and an inquiry into cinematic representation. Refracted through pop cultural images, the director tells his story as a man with a hook watching movie images of others with this particular prosthesis. He’s in the studio with Alex Locust, also an amputee … Continued
Over the past 17 years the Brower Youth Awards, given out Earth Island Institute’s New Leaders Initiative, have become the top prize for young environmental leaders in North America. The awards, which honor six youth every year, have recognized some 104 young activists for their leadership and creative efforts in tackling our many pressing environmental problems … Continued
The final debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took place on Wednesday evening in Las Vegas and I spent the day in Sin City courtesy of Truthdig.com. On today’s show we’ll have special coverage of the third Presidential debate and share with you news and views that don’t make it into our mainstream media. … Continued
A discussion about Proposition Q in San Francisco, which would outlaw people sleeping in tents on sidewalks, with Jennifer Friedenbach, Executive Director for the Coalition on Homelessness. and a discussion of the new book All The Indians Died Off: And 20 Other Myths About Native Americans with co-authors Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and Dina Gilio-Whitaker.
Chicago Cops Who Broke “Code of Silence” to Report Police Drug Gang Face Deadly Retaliation; New York Mayor Apologizes for Police Killing of Mentally Ill Woman, But Will Accountability Follow? Shaun King: Black Lives Matter is Not a Carbon Copy of Black Panther Party, Our Time is Different; Shaun King on Colin Kaepernick: He is … Continued
Host Derk Richardson presents the touring and recording duo of drummer Scott Amendola and Hammond organist Wil Blades live in the KPFA performing studio, with Tony Ferro engineering. The Amendola vs. Blades debut recording, “Greatest Hits,” has just been released. The East Bay CD-release show takes place Friday, Oct. 21, at The Ivy Room. Check … Continued