Public Education on the Hot Seat with Ken Yale, a professional educator with 11 years as a leadership and equity coach & facilitator, and Louis Freedberg, Executive Director of EdSource; and “The Tenderloin: Sex, Crime and Resistance in the Heart of San Francisco” with Randy Shaw, author and executive director of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic.

On today’s episode of Indie Landscapes, we feature music from a recently formed group signed to record label Female Fantasy titled Lace Curtains, the psychedelic pop writer Jacco Gardner signed to Polyvinyl Records, a trio from Los Angeles who call themselves Mini Mansions, a four piece band based out of Mebourne, Australia who go by … Continued

Making Contact partnered with the 2014 National Poetry Slam to produce this special open mic highlighting the power of thoughtful, truth telling, community focused poetry. Featuring: Chris Cuadrado; Lindsay Stone; Jared Paul; Caitlin Clark; Queen T, spoken word poets. More information: Full Length recording of the 2014 social justice open mic

With the upcoming visit to Northern California of blind Aboriginal Australian singer/songwriter GURRUMUL and the ongoing situation, rampant on the ground in Australia, of government-enforced shutdowns and evictions of Aboriginal communities from their traditional homelands (info:, Music of the World focuses on contemporary Aboriginal music.  

Flashpoints Presents: The Battle For Education in The 21st Century Part 6

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 6 (Aired April 22nd 2015) “Corporatizing Every Level” Connects the parallel strategies & impact of the corporate education agenda … Continued