Mass ICE Raids in Mississippi After Workers Fought for Better Conditions Leave Kids Without Parents; Supersizing Climate Change: U.N. Says Meat Production Destroys Land & Diminishes Key Water Sources; Documents Reveal Monsanto Surveilled Journalists, Activists & Even Musician Neil Young.
Founded in 2008 in Tehran and dedicated to multiculturalism and peace, the Sibarg Ensemble brings together traditional Iranian music and jazz through original compositions, arrangements of classical melodies and folk songs, and structured improvisations. A trio version of the ensemble–Sara Saberi, oud, Hesam Abedini, vocals and Persian percussion, and Josh Charney, piano and keyboards–performs in … Continued
Música de algunas de las bands que se presentan en Outside Lands, Además, estrenos musicales y comentarios. Conducción y producción por Miguel Guerrero.
The Battle for People’s Park: 50th Anniversary On Wednesday May 15th 2019, the fiftieth anniversary of Bloody Thursday when the University of California retook People’s Park by force, Heyday publisher/executive director Steve Wasserman moderated a panel featuring The Battle for People’s Park, Berkeley 1969 author Tom Dalzell and Mayor Jesse Arreguín, Michael Delacour, Judy Gumbo, Ruth Rosen, Donovan Rundle, Dove … Continued
In honor of the fiftieth anniversary of Bloody Thursday when the University of California retook People’s Park by force, Heyday publisher/executive director Steve Wasserman moderated a panel featuring The Battle for People’s Park, Berkeley 1969 author Tom Dalzell. KPFA brings you the full two hour panel today at 2pm recorded by Larry Bensky and offers Dalzell’s book as a Thank You Gift for your support of KPFA!
A couple months ago, KPFA brought you a documentary on day to day life in a homeless community in Oakland near Home Depot in Fruitvale called The Community of Grace. That was a community that was more or less self-organized: the people there set rules, enforced them, chose who to let move in, and who … Continued
ICE RAID RESPONSE The New York Times is reporting that Immigration and Customs Enforcement will begin deportation raids targeting 2,000 people, plus “collateral” deportations of people swept up during the raids. San Francisco is likely to be one of the 10 cities targeted. ACTIONS: TONIGHT (Thursday, 7/11) Causa Justa :: Just Cause is organizing a … Continued
Host, Marlena Willis, explores leadership with insights from Non Violent Communication and Mindfulness Meditation as well as looking at who leads in these communities, with particular focus on recognizing the leadership potential of those who grew up working class and those with disabilities. This show encourages community participation and will welcome call-ins throughout the show … Continued
Pauline Kael was one of the most influential film critics of the 20th century. She began her career right here on KPFA and went on to re-define film criticism. KPFA and the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival proudly present a new documentary on Kael directed by Rob Garver: What She Said. Screenings are July 20th, July 28th, and August 4th. Click here for details and tickets.
Talk It Out Radio – Sunday, June 23, 7:00 pm, on KPFA Radio (94.1 FM Berkeley and beyond, or livestream at kpfa.org) Inviting the Whole Self In Host Nancy Kahn interviews Dr. Alzak Amlani. Alzak addresses the complexity, joy and challenges of embodying our wholeness. He offers perspectives, skills and tools to facilitate this inner journey. Moving towards wholeness means … Continued